Friday, December 12, 2014

A MESSED UP DIOCESE. BUT EXACTLY WHAT WE WANT...FOR NOW.

No doubt, Apuron is attacking Msgr. James again because he thinks Msgr. James is behind John Toves' visit and the creation of the Concerned Catholics of Guam. 

He thinks this because he is being told this by someone who also wants to take down Msgr. James, and he (Apuron) thinks he has the real intel. 

He doesn't. 

In fact, I know who that "someone" is. In fact, I have "the email" that would completely expose this lying fake. 

I'll get around to doing that when I feel like it, or better yet, we'll let him sweat since he'll probably figure out that this post is aimed at him. How fun to watch fools lie to each other and believe those lies because they want to. 

For the record, Msgr. James and John Toves have not seen or spoken to each other in more than twenty years. Msgr. James had NOTHING to do with John Toves' allegations or his coming here. John Toves chose to come here quite on his own. 

And also for the record, Msgr. James had NOTHING to do with the creation of CCOG. The idea for the CCOG began with Greg Perez. After Mr. Perez approached me about the idea, I approached Dave Sablan about joining Mr. Perez. Together, along with a few others, they came up with the idea for the corporation. But Msgr. James had NOTHING to do with it. 

In fact, as I did with Fr. Paul, I made sure to keep Msgr. James away from anything that we the laity were doing in their behalf. 

So why is Apuron doing this?

Apuron knows he is slipping fast with Rome. He desperately needs to shore up his crumbling facade. He doesn't know that it's too late. His lies have been thoroughly documented and arrived in Rome before he did. 

Since Apuron is a bully, he doesn't know how to do anything else but bully. So he latched on to what he thinks is intel from this latest fool who hates Msgr. James more than he does and will now publicly punish Msgr. James in retaliation for John Toves and the CCOG. 

What a messed up diocese this is. But it's exactly what we want, at least for now. We want Rome to see the manifestation of full-blown Kiko-ism. And there is no better place in the world for it than Agana, Guam and its puppet bishop. 

Apuron was prophetic about one thing. This is certainly an "arduous and painful closure to your assignment".  But it will be his own.


38 comments:

  1. With all the topsy- turvy happening, wondering if the Nuncio would pop in after the Ordination in Saipan?

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    1. Yes. To see the new bridges built since his last visit.

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  2. I commend the laity of Guam who are, in my theology are at the top of the hierarchy, not the Bishop. A bishop serves the people, makes them eat first, is humble, like Jesus who washes his disciples' feet and kisses that feet. A bishop, through his example, his imitation of Christ, must demonstrate all the virtues and because of it, will bring people back to the House of God! Please read The Imitation of Christ by Kempis? Please. And thank you!

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  3. St. Francis de Sales says: "Praise be to Jesus."
    "I tell you, the soul most pleasing to God is the simple, childlike, trusting soul. Such a one does not challenge God's Laws or the nature of good versus evil out of intellectual pride. He fastens his heart to the Truth and remains undaunted by popular opinions."

    "How rare it is these days to find such qualities amongst leaders. These qualities preclude any compromise of Truth or abuse of authority. In the simple, childlike heart there is no smug self-righteousness, only Holy Love. The Truth is not challenged by intellectual pride, but recognized as good."

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  4. Confirmed Archbishop Apuron certainly is slipping fast with Rome. It appears Archbishop is not aware of this. John Toves incident was given to a member of the secretary of state with reference to information published in Junglewatch, and scanned copies of PDN an MV. As the story unfolded daily reports were forwarded to Secretary State and congregation for Bishops.

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    1. no trip to Rome in February, Archie. Unless a new Cardinal invites you when he gets the Red Hat. You can always go and give them all K Mart chocolates.

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  5. Fr. Matthew BlockleyDecember 13, 2014 at 12:16 AM


    An archdiocese in total moral decay.

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    1. Blockley you are done. Pope is coming to Guam with a Excommunication letter, starting with your name.

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    2. Anon 7:01 AM. Please educate yourself on the grounds for excommunication. I don't believe Fr. Blockley has done anything to warrant an excommunication. Also I don't believe the Pope would come all the way to Guam to deliver an Excommunication letter. Thank-you.

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    3. @ 7:01...wooooooo scaaarrry. LOL, you're dumb.

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    4. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaDecember 13, 2014 at 8:52 AM

      Anonymous (December 13, 2014 at 7:28 AM), thank you for your reasonable response to Anon @ 7:01 AM. Your points are valid and I hope Anon @ 7:01 AM will take note.

      As one who has been named along with Fr Matthew Blockley, Tim Rohr and several others on the Excommunication list generated by "Manny Ayuyu" and "El Camino," who are commenters on "The Dianas" blog, it appears as though another one of the KAKA (Kiko Argüello's Kool Aid) drinkers has disobeyed instruction from "The Dianas" to stay out of The Jungle.

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    5. To anon at 7.01, you are talking about your Pope/Prophet or the real one?
      LOL, pass the cool aid

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    6. Omg gotta love Manny Ayuyu. Now the is transparency!

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  6. If AAA messes with Monsignor James again he will be playing with fire! Media: since when was it not allowed to report on Chancery grounds and only in certain approved areas? What an insult to our Church not to be transparent. We need more investigative reporting to Put more pressure on this administration.

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  7. I'm not surprised AAA is again blaming everything on Msgr. James. AAA should look at which of his two lieutenants is aspiring desperately for a miter. Bottom line is AAA should blame himself for the problems we now have in the archdiocese. As I said months ago, Msgr. James will always be obedient. The parishioners, however, will not. We know a good shepherd when we see one, and he is not David, Adrian, Tony, or any RMS product.

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  8. Seems to be confusion about assignments of new presbyters. Where are they assigned? Was it announced??

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    1. Yes, the archbishop announced the assignments of the new presbyters at the conclusion of the Our Lady of Kamalin procession. He said Julius was assigned to Merizo, the Italian guy to Santa Rita and Harold to be the vice-rector of the seminary in Yona.

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    2. A brand new presbyter. No experience as a priest. Questionable education. Elevated to vice rector of the seminary he scarcely left. Do you see the problem?

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    3. Maybe get the EQUUS....after all it is all keyed and slashed....good first car.

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    4. I'm not surprised. The Way, including AAA put their prophet up there with Jesus Christ.

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    5. What a joke to put Harold there. Well he is a joker anyway. No experience other then defending AAA and acting like a bodyguard? LOL

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    6. BIBA Monsignor James! Go to Tamuning at 11am on Sunday's! You will see why he's the people's priest. As for AAA's 9:30 and 11:30 am the attendance will continue to dwindle and collection decrease. For those who choose to stay, think about what you are doing? Don't be a scared to take a stand. Many others have and still serve the Lord. Be strong and lets join the CCOG. Our numbers speak volumes and will be heard. We are the church and we will take her back very soon!!!

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    7. HAROLD with his own computer.....get ready.

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    8. And his own car coming to a coffee shop near you!

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  9. Combustion guaranteed at RMS. Ba-ba-boooom!! Of course, you knew Harold world get an honorable position. He is as arrogant as his predecessor, tho. Arrogance must be requirement. Where is Julio going??

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    1. Going??? I thought Julio was a presbyter for Agana.

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  10. Julio going for more education. Apparently the education the boys receive in Yona is wholly insufficient as almost every recent grad has had to go for more education. Yet we have good priest who could actually benefit by a real education after 5-10 years of service who are totally ignored because they are not in the way. Sad and despicable.
    Julio will eventually replace Fr Pablo. But FR pablo had received a phd degree at our expense and will soon. Be shipped off to some other kiko land.
    Good example of SNAFU.
    Way to go tony and crew!

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    1. Pablo is from the diocese of Roma!! He also got a green card at the snap of a finger.

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    2. Wasn't it worth it? Look at the Polishing Edivaldo got in Rome. Totally worth it. Haaaaa

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  11. December 13, 2014 at 8:18 PM: jealous? These "recent grad (s)" are sent to the best graduate school for their specific field. They wouldn't be eligible if they were "wholly insufficient" educated.

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    1. LOL. We see your product in our parishes. Pathetic. Just look at your website. No curriculum posted. No list of real professors. Proferssors listed that haven't been to Guam in 10 years. A supposed affiliation with the Lateran that has never been publicly documented. Best send them to a grad school that teaches them remedial English.

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    2. Anan 1:05 pm. What a childish response.No one is jealous. We are paying for this circus....we deserve to know. What specific field are anyone of those people qualified to study?

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    3. Plus Tim, do not forget, that the people putting up the bills are......? The Archdiocese of Guam...... and the reason is? For them to squeeze the lemon and go someplace else for further fleecing of another Archdiocese....

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    4. At 1:04 PM...what specific field did they graduated from at RMS...is it physcology? Social work? Education? Bus. Mngmt? How can one get a masters on Marriage and the family without the proper knowledge? Oh yeah, the NCW gives out certificates of course completion which justifies going for a MASTERS or Doctorate Degree! What a joke!

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    5. @4:49 p.m. AT THE POPE'S UNIVERSITY and then the Pope smiled...according to ARCH Apuron recent invader of Pope's office.

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  12. Why should we continue paying for all these abuses? Stop contributing, people!! If you want your financial help to go to a particular priest, then give it quietly to him. Do not think for a second that Apuron gets his share AFTER the parish needs are met. If you contribute by making a check out to GPA (for example), how do you know it isn't being used to pay HIS utility bills first? So, I say again: Stop contributing!!

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  13. The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about. Wayne Dyer(*1940, American self-help author and motivational speaker)

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  14. Fr.Matthew BlockleyDecember 14, 2014 at 8:56 PM

    I just finished reading a wonderful book by Jean Vanier entitled signs of the times. Jean Vanier writes about Joy in the Christian Spiritual life and how the Christian seeks Joy and needs Joy. Joy and happiness is never found isolated and living alone it is always found in community and in our service to the people around us. joy is found when we belong to a family, a parish community which makes up our universal Catholic Church, or a religious community. single people who live the vocation of the single consecrated life live in homes and condominiums all over the world forming community with those around them. This all brings a sense of belonging to community which brings happiness and contentment in the spiritual life. Jean Vanier writes that when a person has no joy, no sense of belonging, they go in search of cults or sects to join to bring them happiness. This is why cult leaders set up groups become cult leaders to gather people around them who they can then dominate and control. unfortunately this can happen in our church when people become disconnected from the truth of Our Blessed Lord and the authentic teaching of Holy Mother Church. Cult leaders remove peace, joy, and happiness, and replace by bullying, fear, and threats. Have you noticed how in the entire western pacific there is no peace or happiness or joy, only tension, mistrust, anxiety, and stress. All this evolves when a community begins to remove God, the Lord, and the Church, and place self at the center. This is what has happened on Guam and Saipan we had two bishops who became so full of self that they were unable to lead the pacific islands and now leave a church in total and utter decay which will take the next decade to clean up. Guam and Saipan need new bishops who can truly bring unity, peace, joy, happiness, belonging to the island communities. Only the people of Guam can plan their own destiny, but it must always be with the unity of the church with the See of Peter first in our mind. Guam and the pacific is now a divided church and we need leaders to restore unity, to restore peace, to restore dignity, to stop the horrible treatment of priests and people made by the present leader.

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