Tuesday, December 30, 2014

SKULLGATE: GUESS WHO'S PAYING...

...for the Spaniards' junket?
CCOG needs to ask AAA outright who is paying for all of this. Given all the crying about the dire financial situation of the Archdiocese, the excessive pressure on parishes to pony up with more money, even being told to borrow the money if they can't meet AAA's quota, and his blaming everything on Msgr. James, AAA needs to come clean about who is paying for this big show.

By the way, all the media stories are referring to Senor Casquete as a "descendant" of the Jesuit Spanish priest, Father Manuel de Solórzano, whose skull he is dragging about the planet. (Did he get permission to transport a human body part on his flight here?) But as Chuck White notes below: How does a priest have descendants? Ahem. Maybe its a translation problem?

22 comments:


  1. NCW face of evil on Guam. Apuron sold our church to evil.

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  2. Do tell. Queen Isabela?

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  3. The reason that they are here is to heal the wounds left on the skull. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but #1, the skull is 330 years old and it's just a skull (no body) and #2, three gashes from a machete to the head is usually fatal. Wasted trip unless there's a hidden agenda.

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    1. Listen to the Ray Gibson show. Atienza says it all at the end. Listen closely. Imagine reading his words on paper and please read between the lines.

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    2. Everything is a hidden agenda!!!

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    3. Hidden agenda..yes including the 15 minutes schedule. Wondering if the KIKOS were given notice early and they are the only ones hogging up the schedule aside from the clergy meeting if any. I am sure Diana has priority over all others.

      Pius should stay out of these meetings. He is only a visitor and has no business in our business.

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    4. Fr. Fran Hezel SJ is the man. If you listen to the K57 interview, pay special attention to what Fr. Fran says starting at the 5 minute mark in Part 2 of the interview. He talks about the Jesuit missionary Matteo Ricci and his long-term, respectful approach to China. Ricci took a long time to understand the language and culture of China and worked hard to develop a mutual respect with the Chinese. Hmmm. Anybody listening?

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    5. BTW, love and miss Fr. Fran's short homilies. Homilies may be short, but he gets his message and point across. I am hoping that one day he will return.

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    6. Where did Fr. Fran go. He would have been excellent second bishop of CNMI

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  4. Isn't the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal being distributed to the Parishes around the island requesting monetary donation from the faithful? Does the RMS need more funding for missionary priests? If the Archdiocese is sponsoring this visit, How or who is paying for this group to come here all the way from Spain to have a skull visit us and for the decendant of the decease to tell us that he is not angry whtih what the chamorros did to his ancestor? how is this effort bringing re-conciliation? We are currently facing a more pressing and serious issues in the Archdiocese, with the leaders of the Church who do not appear to be fostering any signs of re-conciliation. We need some transparency from the Chancery, their actions are still being perfromed in the shadows, hidden from the knowledge of the faithful who generously give while these leaders take advantage of the faithful's generosity.. Wake Up People.. Request accountability for all that is happening in our Church.

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  5. As a major contributor to the Church who gives generously every week at Mass as well as to the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal, I believe I'm entitled to know where my money is being sent. If you include other family members who also give generously to our Church, I can say that my family alone donates a significant amount of money to the Church annually. I, therefore, would like to know if the Archdiocese spent any money having these people brought to Guam and how much was the cost. If I do not receive any information or an accounting of this "Spanish Junket," I will cease to contribute to the Archdiocese and give my money elsewhere where I know it will do good. I will also encourage other family members to cease their contributions to the Archdiocese.

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  6. If there was ever a time for the CCOG to become proactive, it is now. The Catholic faithful of Guam are entitled to know where and how their money is being spent. The Chancery must be transparent when it comes to the people's money. I do not donate money without any regard to how it is spent as this often results in corruption by those who have unaccounted access to funds that are donated to the Church. I use to just trust that my ongoing contributions to the Church go to worthy causes and is not just being spent indiscriminately. I no longer have this trust and now implore those who insist on transparency and financial accountability to require the Archdiocese to reveal financial expenditures. I am, therefore, in full support of the newly organized Concerned Catholics of Guam to forge ahead and require that the Archdiocese, i.e. the Chancery to justify their expenditure of donated funds.

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  7. Never forget my friends, the tactics of the NCW and their evil leaders......
    Deny, Deflect (distract) and attack. ALWAYS....
    This is just another dog and poney show from Kiko, Carmen, the Genarinis and Pius, courtesy of your diverted parish funds.
    Why know? the answer is in the question, divert attention from the real issues, and at the same time sparkle a little division if possible.....The fruits of the NCW in all their splendor.
    Lets get back to the real issues.

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  8. Hocus Pocus Nonsense!

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  9. Frenchie is correct. Do not be distracted . These are evil guys now aware their kingdom is under threat by the people of Guam.

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  10. Zoltan bossing Diana around. OOOOHHHH. Making fun of petition. Might be the laugh is on us. Sign up people.

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  11. Read the account of the skull. Pathetic.

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  12. I guess Zoltan does work much for his salary at U of G, because he spends a lot of time here and on Diana, plus he writes in all the post available......
    Poor Zoltan, and to think our taxes go to pay his salary....hai ai.

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  13. “JOY” is in giving
    Stop stand and rejoice, was the opening remark of the latest news release from the chancery, today the administration announced their newest project, the construction of a brand new neo museum, it will be built in the neo capital of Guam, the address already listed with the post master, as 671 neo way, the skull, is just the first of gifts many to come monetary donations are gladly accepted ………..

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  14. They came and destroyed the skulls of our ancestors because it was paganism, and now they bring one of their own for us to revere? C'mon, give me a break.

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  15. I suppose we're also expected to EMBRACE the Spanish INQUISITION?.... please

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