Friday, October 17, 2014

DON'T BE SUCKERED AGAIN

We've heard much about the financial problems and needs of this Archdiocese. Recently Msgr. James Benavente was made out to be the cause of most of them, even though some very smart financial people profoundly refuted the lies about Msgr. James spat forth from the usual suspects. 

But if our archdiocese is seriously as hard up as the chancery suspects say they are, then we need to look at the biggest financial hole of all: our two seminaries.

According to Question #6 on a Q&A about the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal posted on the archdiocesan website, the Archdiocese "provides approximately 10% financial support to RMS." The amount budgeted for the support for RMS in 2014 is said to be $98,000. This means that RMS, in 2014, has cost $980,000 to run. 

As per the 2014 Gala Dinner booklet, there are currently 38 seminarians, including transitional deacons, who are at RMS. That's about $26,000 per seminarian per year. And of course we don't know if that number includes all the travel these people do. 


Now, let's look at the new St. John Paul II Archdiocesan Seminary. The 2014 budget for that seminary is said to be $65,829. However, given the amount of calls we've seen for private donations, we have to guess that the actual cost of getting that seminary up and running is a lot higher. Plus, we don't know if that budget was an estimate for the one seminarian who was there at the time the budget was made, or now that there are five seminarians there, if the actual cost is much higher. 

Now let's look at the Regional Seminary of St. Peter Chanel in Fiji. We have already shown our connection to this seminary. It is the regional seminary for the Episcopal Conference of the Pacific, the episcopal conference to which the Archdiocese of Agana belongs, and of which the Archbishop of Agana, himself, served as its president for six years. It is also the seminary Pope St. John Paul II, in 1986, obligated us to support. Let's review here what he said:
I wish to congratulate you, as I have already done on other occasions, on the establishment of this Regional Seminary of the Pacific. It fills my heart with joy to hear that the number of vocations to the priesthood and religious life is growing year by year. I know that, through the grace of the Holy Spirit, this increase is due in no small part to your own zealous efforts as shepherds of the flock of Christ. 
I am pleased, too, that the promotion of priestly vocations and the support of this Regional Seminary have been marked by true collaboration.  Thus you have indeed borne witness to the collegial nature of the episcopal ministry in your work to ensure a more effective programme of priestly formation for all your particular Churches. I would ask you always to maintain this interest in the Seminary  and particularly in the seminarians, through personal contact and fatherly concern. It is important that all aspects of seminary training should lead young men to a greater knowledge and love of our Lord Jesus Christ. 
Yet, despite our now-sainted Holy Father's plea to support this seminary, and despite the Archbishop's serving as president of the conference the seminary serves, few on Guam even know about this seminary. Why is that? 

Well, in the case of RMS, we know the answer. RMS is specifically a seminary to to form priests according to the Neocatechumenal Way, NOT the diocesan priesthood for the Archdiocese of Agana - a yarn we have been told for nearly 15 years. So, St. Peter Chanel, NOT being a neo-factory, of course neo's would not be sent there. 

But in the case of JPII Seminary, WHAT ARE WE DOING? 

According to Fr. Pius, the reason Archbishop Apuron will no longer send our seminarians to stateside seminaries is because they are "filled with gays". (Take note, St. Patrick's.) Really? Is that the real reason? Okay, let's let him have that one. But then what is the reason for not sending our real diocesan vocations to St. Peter Chanel, the "real" seminary for our region? 

Is it cost? Fr. Michael O'Connor, SM, Rector of the seminary, recently confirmed that the cost to attend St. Peter Chanel for one year is U.S. $6,500, inclusive of tuition, room, and board. That's 10 times LESS than the budgeted (not actual) amount for the one seminarian at our local JPII seminary (at the time the budget was made). And even with airfare, it's a steal. 

Is it the academic quality? Here, take a look at St. Peter Chanel's Academic Handbook, and by the way, where's the academic handbook for RMS, for Blessed Diego, for JPII? 

This Archdiocese is asking us to pour all kinds of money into schools that can't even produce the credentials and documentation normally required of the smallest elementary school. Sure, we are being snookered again, but the young men who want to study for the priesthood for this archdiocese are the real losers. 


A wonderful seminary, with a solid curriculum, an incredible list of permanent (really permanent) professors, a seminary which would cost us only a fraction of what it is costing us and going to cost us locally to give these men a hodgepodge formation, and a seminary established and blessed by Pope St. John Paul II to serve our region, lies just hours away and we would rather cheat our young men, charge ourselves ten times more, ignore the desires of a sainted pope, and diss our regional episcopal conference, all to to feed our egos and cover for a seminary that was established for only one reason: to give cover to Archbishop Apuron whose yarn about RMS being a diocesan seminary was finally exposed. 

(In fact, the very fact that Archbishop Apuron established a second seminary is a clear admission that RMS is NOT a diocesan seminary as were told.)

Archbishop Apuron owes the Catholics of Guam an explanation. Why is he not sending our young men to St. Peter Chanel? Is it "full of gays" too? Shall we relay that opinion to the rector? It can't be cost. It can't be academics - which are obviously far superior to even the Yona neo factory (evidenced by what it sadly produces). 

What is the reason? Otherwise, do what is best for these young men and send them to a real seminary. Meanwhile, Catholics of Guam, do not be suckered into another deal like RMS. 

Below is the Academic Curriculum and the Academic Staff for 2014 at St. Peter Chanel. The full handbook may be viewed here.



THE ACADEMIC CURRICULUM 2014

This is the comprehensive list of the PRS curriculum according to departmental studies. 

The first digit of the course code usually indicates the academic year or cycle in which it is taught.  

The courses taught in Years I, II, III and IV are taught each year.   Some of the courses in Years VI and VII are taught in 2 Yearly Cycles. All the courses are compulsory.

Courses in bold type (e.g. HS102 ANTHROPOLOGY 1) are major courses (3 credit) demanding 3 contact hours and 6 study hours per week.

Courses in italic type (e.g. PS302 PASTORAL MANAGEMENT) are minor courses (2 credit) demanding 2 contact hours and 4 study hours per week.


BIBLICAL STUDIES:
BS101 INTRODUCTION to the OLD TESTAMENT
BS203 INTRODUCTION to the NEW TESTAMENT
BS204 SYNOPTICS 1
BS305 PROPHETS
BS306 SYNOPTICS 2
BS408 HEXATEUCH
BS409 ISRAEL'S POETS & SAGES
BS610 HEBREWS AND CATHOLIC EPISTLES
BS611 APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE
BS712 PAUL 
BS713 SYNOPTICS 3
BS714 JOHN

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY:
ST203 REVELATION AND FAITH
ST204 WORLD RELIGIONS
ST205 ECCLESIOLOGY 1 (THE CHURCH)
ST206 CHRISTOLOGY
ST408 ECCLESIOLOGY 2 [SACRAMENTS]
ST409 FOUNDATIONS IN THEOLOGY
ST410 SPIRIT AND GRACE
ST411 TRINITY 
ST413 THEOLOGY OF MISSION
ST415 THEOLOGY OF SPIRITUALITY
ST612 ESCHATOLOGY
ST613 MARIOLOGY
ST614 CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGICAL ISSUES 
ST615 MINISTERIAL PRIESTHOOD in the PACIFIC
ST716 ECCLESIOLOGY 3
ST717 EUCHARIST
ST718 THEOLOGICAL REVIEW SEMINAR

LITURGY:
LS101 INTRODUCTION TO LITURGY 
LS402 HISTORY and LITURGY of the EUCHARIST
LS403 HOMILETIC 
LS603 LITURGY: THEOLOGY, SYMBOL & CELEBRATION
LS704 THE ART of PRESIDING

CHRISTIAN ETHICS:
CE301  FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS 1
CE302  FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS 2
CE407  JUSTICE AND ETHICS
CE408  BIOETHICS 
CE711  PENANCE: THEOLOGY AND PRACTICE
CE712  HUMAN AND CHRISTIAN SEXUALITY
CE713 PRIESTLY AND CONSECRATED CELIBACY
CE714 THE SACRAMENT OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE

CHURCH HISTORY:
CH302 THE EARLY CHURCH
CH303  REFORMATION STUDIES
CH304  MODERN CHURCH HISTORY
CH405  PACIFIC CHURCH HISTORY I
CH406  PATROLOGY
CH606  PACIFIC CHURCH HISTORY II
CANON LAW:
CL401 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CANON LAW
CL602 CANON LAW OF SACRAMENTS
CL702 CANON LAW OF MARRIAGE

PHILOSOPHY:
FB101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
FB102 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
FB103 MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
FB104 MODERN PHILOSOPHY
FB105 CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY
FB106 LOGIC
FB207 ETHICS 
FB208 APPLIED ETHICS
FB209 METAPHYSICS
FB210 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
FB211 PHILOSOPHY OF POLITICS
FB212 PHILOSOPHY OF KNOWLEDGE
FB213 PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON
FB214 PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE

PASTORAL STUDIES:
PS201 PASTORAL THEOLOGY AND PRAXIS
PS302 PASTORAL MANAGEMENT
PS405 CATECHETICS
PS406 PASTORAL ENCOUNTER

SOCIAL SCIENCES:
HS102 ANTHROPOLOGY 1
HS104 ANTHROPOLOGY 2
HS105 ANTHROPOLOGY FIELDWORK
HS208 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
HS209 SOCIOLOGY
HS310 ADULT PSYCHOLOGY
HS611 MODERN SOCIAL ISSUES in the PACIFIC

PROGRAM IN ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES:
HS101 SYSTEMATIC THINKING 1
HS103 METHODOLOGY 1
HS206 SYSTEMATIC THINKING 2
HS207 METHODOLOGY 2

LANGUAGES - BIBLICAL AND ECCLESIATICAL
LG200 LATIN
LG300 GREEK 
LG400 HEBREW 


SEMINARY ACADEMIC STAFF 2014

Fr 'AHOHAKO Soane, Society of Mary, Tonga (SM), B.Th (Divine Word University, PNG), S.T.L. (Alphonsiana University, Rome); lecturer in Moral Theology and Philosophy

Mrs DAULATO Ilisabeta, DipEd (CCTC, Suva) Dip Rel.Stud, (EAPI, Manila); lecturer in English, Systematic Thinking & Methodology. celeste3job@gmail.com 

Fr FITZGERALD, Michael, Society of Mary, New Zealand (SM),, BA (USP), MA (University of S Thomas Aquinas, Rome), B. Phil (Catholic University of Leuven); lecturer in Philosophy.

Fr GUKIBAU, Ioane, Society of St Columban, Fiji (SSC).  STL, (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Theology and Church History

Rev Dr. RUNGGALDIER Edmund, Society of Jesus, Italy (SJ), B.Ph. (Munich, Germany), M.Th. (Innsbruck, Austria), D. Ph. (Oxford); lecturer in Philosophy; Edmund.Runggaldier@uibk.ac.at 

Fr  KOLODISI Timoci, Archdiocese of Suva, B.D. (PRS) MA in Pastoral Studies (Ateneo de Manila) Diploma in Pastoral Renewal, Diploma in Pastoral Management (EAPI); jimkolodisi@yahoo.com

Fr KYAW-HOE James, Salesian of Don Bosco (SDB) BA Don Bosco College NJ USA, BTh, Catholic Theological College, (Clayton), MA Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology (Berkeley) MA Flinders University – Adelaide College of Divinity (South Australia); jameskhoe@gmail.com

Fr LUDWICK Edmond, Diocese of Caroline, B.D. (P.R.S.), B.Th. (Urbaniana), STL (University of Santo Tomas, Manila); lecturer in Theology; edmond.ludwick@yahoo.com.

Rev Dr. McILRAITH Donal, Society of St Columban, Ireland (SSC). BA (University of Dublin), LSS (Biblicum, Rome), STD (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Biblical Studies, Hebrew and Greek; dmcilraithssc@hotmail.com 

Rev Dr. O’CONNOR Michael, Society of Mary, New Zealand (SM). B.Sc. (Hons), (University of Canterbury),  CTS (Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, CA), MA (Loyola, Chicago), Ed. D. (University of Toronto). 

Rev Dr. O’SULLIVAN Richard, Society of St Columban, Ireland (SSC). MA (Loyola Ateneo de Manila). STD (Vidyajyoti Institute of Religious Studies, Delhi); lecturer in Biblical Studies and Systematic Theology. rosullivan1959@gmail.com 

Rev Dr PAUNGA Mikaele, Society of Mary, Tonga (SM), STL, STD (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Systematic Theology and Anthropology; mpaungasm@gmail.com 

Sr ROUNDS Anne, Congregation of Mary, Fiji (Marist Sisters).Teacher’s Certificate (CCTC), Diploma in Guidance and Counselling (USP), B. Ed. (USP), Licentiate in Psychology (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Psychology; alrounds_0101@yahoo.co.uk 

Fr TATAU Iona, Diocese of Tarawa and Nauru. B.D. (P.R.S.), STL in Canon Law (Rome); lecturer in Canon Law;   iona_tatau@yahoo.com

Fr TERRY Falani, Society of Mary, Samoa (SM). BA in English, History, Politics (USP), STL in Philosophy (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Philosophy; falterry@yahoo.com.au

Fr TING George, Archdiocese of Suva. BA Sociology (USP); lecturer in Sociology, frgting@connect.com.fj  

Mrs TUIQAMEA Apolonia, Diploma of Education (CCTC, Suva) B.A. in Sociology & Public Administration (USP), Certificate in The Pacific Community for Pastoral Care and Counselling (Suva), Postgraduate Diploma in Social Policy and Administration (USP)
atuiqamea@yahoo.com 

Fr TULI Taukei’aho, Diocese of Tonga, B.D. (P.R.S.), B. Th. (Urbaniana) Th.M. in Social Ethics (GTU, Berkeley, California); lecturer in Moral Theology 

Fr ULUPANO 'Okusitino, Society of Mary, Tonga (SM).  B.D. (P.R.S.), B.Th. (Urbaniana), STL (University of Santo Tomas, Manila); lecturer in Pacific Church History and Theology, ulupanotino@yahoo.com

Fr VICTOR Pesamino, Archdiocese of Samoa- Apia, B.D. (P.R.S.), B.Th. (Urbaniana), STL, M. Th. (University of Santo Tomas, Manila); lecturer in Theology;

Fr VODIVODI Leronio, Society of Mary, Fiji (SM). B.D. (P.R.S.), B.Th. (Urbaniana), M.S. (Loyola College, Columbia, MD); lecturer in Psychology and Pastoral Courses; lsmarist_col@yahoo.com


16 comments:

  1. Tim - I know that this will cost a bunch of money (something I gather the Jungle is not in the business of engaging), but would't it be possible to solicit voluntary donation from loyal supporters who can afford to do so, to do this -- publish that syllabus of courses from the St Peter Chanel Seminary, along with the seminary's staff and their credentials - in both the PDN and the VARIETY, in much the same way that both UOG and GCC do periodically around enrollment time? Purpose - show the people of Guam where good seminary training can be had by applicants (seminarians) from Guam, and save the people of this archdiocese a whole bunch of monies, instead of being continually being suckered by our church's so-called "leader". Something is terribly wrong with this picture - trying to draw a square while spinning around in circles. The saddest part - a vast majority of our people are not aware of what's going on, and are not going to the Jungle to find out!

    Of course, the explanation you provided about the faked financial picture needs to be printed as a Preface as to why this syllabus of courses in being printed. When people see this in the PDN and VARIETY, their eyes will be opened and see the terrible tragedy that is being played out.
    Does the public printing of the syllabus require the knowledge/permission of the St Peter Chanel Seminary? Is that something that could be easily had?
    FOOD FOR THOUGHT!

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  2. One of the many things that we were lied about and the Archbishop doesn't feel he needs to apologize for. It is obvious that the Archbishop used a lie to remove Msgr James from the Cathedral. The same thing he did to remove Fr. Paul. Regardless if the lie was proven wrong by the financial experts in the case of Msgr James. Regardless if the lie runs against the teaching of the Church to welcome back the sinners and set the captives free as in the case of Fr. Paul. These two good men just have to go.

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  3. One of the concerns I had expressed to the nuncio regarded the seminaries. I recall the spread in the Umatuna that stated the cost to house (1) "seminarian" at "JPII Seminary" was @$60,000. Now there are four or five of them there. Will the expenses tally @$300,000? Remember, it was @$60,000 for Junee Valencia to be housed there. So what are we going to end up paying for several of them to now live in a boarding house? These men are educated under the Neocatechumenal Way. They receive the same instruction as the men being formed at RMS. Our diocesan (non neo) priests are helping these men with other types of formation, but one has to wonder: what will the end product be? Because they are educated under the neo, they may begin to believe what they are taught or be extremely confused.
    If this JP II seminary was established last year, why is it only NOW that the Archbishop has decided to have an Inaugural Mass for the establishment of this seminary? Is it because there is no longer one but a few men who have joined? What credentials does this seminary have? Accreditation - None. Affiliation - Redemptoris Mater Seminary. They may argue they are under the Blessed Diego Institute, but ladies and gentlemen, they are one in the same. The only difference is the name. What is the Blessed Diego Institute anyway? These men had to do fundraisers to buy furniture and get necessities for their rooms at this Malojloj boarding house. Why wasn't any of the money from the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal used for this purpose? Where did all that money go? Oh, that's right! RMS!!!! Because it's the neo thing to do.
    There is no established curriculum at RMS or the JP II Seminary like the one posted here with St. Peter Chanel. The RMS professors/instructors are whoever they can fly in from one of the neo communities, many of whom cannot speak decent English or who have no concern for the people or a culture other than their own. A seminarian once shared that during his first semester at RMS he was proud that he took CANON LAW courses. Aren't there supposed to be prerequisites before you try to tackle something as intense as canon law?
    The veil of deception about seminaries and money and many other things needs to be removed, and truth and transparency need to be revealed. Our people deserve priests who will shepherd their flock,teaching them the true faith and not implementing any sort of heresy or false teaching learned from members of a cult. Our Church needs to ensure our priests are properly formed and educated under the Roman Catholic Church. It is such a shame that our Archbishop would stoop to such low standards to try and make some sort of pathetic redemption and continue to "sucker" the people of this Archdiocese for money that we all know will be directed elsewhere. Please send our local men to a seminary they deserve to attend. Stop short changing the faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana.

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  4. Don't remember where the post is, so I will not even bother to find it. Now just sitting here trying to sort things out where MONEY is a concern.

    Question is... Father Louis and Father John Wadeson are still listed I am assuming as part of the Diocesan Priest of the Archdiocese of Agana. So, XXXXX amount of money is still being sent to Father Louis? Will XXXX amount of dollars still be sent to Father John Wadeson?

    If both priests are still incardinated with the Archdiocese of Agana, as I am assuming they are, then the Archdiocese is still responsible for their expenses? Hello...answers anyone!

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    1. agana has a right to know if Archbishop Apuron Has been Paying Fr. Louis. In fact the people of Guam have a right to know Exactly what else Archbishop Apuron is involved in.

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 17, 2014 at 6:14 PM

      Tony Apuron's policy is this: if you are a neo priest I will support you no matter what. This includes those sent away in shame like Fr Louis and Fr John, and also Fr Ed. Also includes those priests doing service elsewhere like in China, Africa, Japan, and Saipan.
      If you are not a neo priest I will let you languish and rot, like Fr Efren, Fr Paul, and Monsignor James.
      Hey, don't expect justice, this is the neo kiko reality - the true fruit of the Way.

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  5. How about Archie auditing systematic thinking course?

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  6. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 17, 2014 at 6:08 PM

    While I am admittedly nothing of an expert in these matters, it looks like the Seminary in Fiji is pretty well organized. I looked at their web site and it has lots of encouraging information and real substance. Looks like an incredible experience for our young men to go to be with other islanders.

    On the otherhand, the www.seminaryguam.com web site is sad to the max ... three pictures, one contact page and one about us page with little real info, other than they are holistic. Wow! There is a link the the Theological Institute so I went there - www.sanvitoresinstitute.com and found some actual information.

    Interesting notes:
    Went to Academic Life - a very important issue for higher education.
    Under Program of Studies click on Download "Outline of Studies" and you get a "File not Found" error message.
    Under Departments click on Download "Courses by Department" and you also get a "File not Found" error message. They must be too busy monitoring Jungle Watch to fix their own web site...Shhhhh - don't let Bishop Pius know!
    Faculty has interesting listing. David Quitugua listed. Wow, that is a crazy busy priest. Is is Vicar General and other roles at Chancery, Rector of Agana, Dean of the Seminary, and a faculty member. I wonder if he gets paid for four or five jobs?
    Giuseppi, Fr Neil and Fr Pius are not listed as visiting, yet they are hardly ever here on Guam. I wonder why that is? Dan Bradley hasn't been associated with the RMS since he refused to pass slackers who deserved an F grade, is he really back on staff? Nope.
    Lots of visiting profs who rarely come here so who knows?
    Go to the "Journal" heading and we see it is an annual scholarly journal. Last articles listed are from June 2013. For a scholarly group someone should teach them to count 12 months from June 2013, and there should have been another scholarly delight about 4 months ago. Hmmm, I give them an F grade. Does that disqualify me from ever teaching there?
    Good times ahead. Click on the "Blog" link ... this is so ironic since the Archbishop has told people that blogs are bad and should be avoided. The fact that the seminary has a blog link either says they do not respect Tony Apuron, or they are just brainless - you choose. But when you click on it all you see is a picture of a conference table and 14 chairs...all empty. The 14 represents, not the apostles, but 12 seminarians who "graduated" (even though none have actual degrees), giuseppi, and lord kiko. The fact that they are all empty means one of two things: either they are in their rooms masterbating, or they are in their rooms sneaking onto a blog called Jungle Watch. Oh, horror of horrors, I hope they are not doing both! As a suggestion RMS, link this page to Jungle Watch, we need the humor factor from your thoughtless retorts.
    Most fun of all,

    ...to be continued

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  7. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 17, 2014 at 6:09 PM

    Continuation ...

    Most fun of all, visit the "Virtual Campus" It is well named because that is all this sham of a seminary is virtual, as in smoke and mirrors. No substance, no form, nothing of real value. And predictably, this link fails to work as well.

    Not to be discouraged, my time on the institute site was not a total waste. I love their mission statement, and it is really all you need to know. (Really it is about the only thing that works). Within the brief mission statement it says:
    "Those disciplines and optional subjects that are [pay close attention to the following language] most useful for the service of the new evangelization will be emphasized. The Catholic Theological Institute Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores for Oceania is under the direct jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Agaña." I guess that is why learning english is not important because they are really being prepared to go to foreign lands. More importantly for our local men who want to serve Guam, what it means is that these unfortunate regular diocesan priests will be short changed in classes germane to parish work because the focus of the kikos is missionary. It explains a lot, doesn't it?
    Finally, true to the neo-christian values, they end the mission statement with a lie: "The Catholic Theological Institute Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores for Oceania is under the direct jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Agaña." As Tim has shown us, the Archbishop is not in control, the gangsters from New Jersey has the ultimate say.

    Why we don't send real men to either St Patricks or Fiji is beyond comprehension, unless of course you remember who really runs our Archdiocese, Prof Pius and Prof Giuseppi.

    Thank you Tony Apuron for bilking the good natured people of Guam yet again!

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    1. Trying but not feeling too good natured. At all. All of a sudden, I just want this all to end. Swiftly and completly. UGH

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  8. Tim the priest in Santa Rita is asking the congregation to dance around the alter during a regular Sunday mass. it has been going on for awhile. Is this result of the neo' s taking over our church on Guam by influencing us to follow please pot this or make a story about this situation.

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    1. Don't attend mass there anymore but DO WRITE a letter to the Nuncio and have everyone from your parish who agrees with you sign that letter! Don't abandon our Lady of Guadalupe . . . write, write your letters of objection to the ArchBishop and copy the Nuncio.

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    2. Next time he asks them to dance, take out your phones, record the performance and share it in the Jungle.

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  9. Are people doing it?

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  10. take pictures....

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  11. anyone know if Adrian agreed to leave island?

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