Wednesday, January 7, 2015

DEAR VISITORS...

...in case you are wondering where I get all my information. 

Archbishop Apuron wants you to think that Msgr. James is behind this blog. He wants you to think that Msgr. James is behind everything. He wants you to think that because there is no one on this island who he fears more. 

He fears Msgr. James for one reason:

BECAUSE PEOPLE LIKE MSGR. JAMES AND THEY DON'T LIKE HIM!


..and Archbishop Apuron cannot stand anyone being liked more than himself. 

So he must destroy Msgr. James. He must destroy anyone who people like more than him, which is why he also has tried to destroy Fr. Paul. 

But let me tell you where I get my documents and intel. I purposely keep the clergy at a distance simply because I know they would be the first Apuron would suspect. 

So where do I get it all? Well, let me tell you.

For 30 years Archbishop Apuron has made TONS OF ENEMIES. He has hurt people over and over and over again. They have prayed and written and begged for Rome to do something. For in the Catholic Church there is no recourse beyond an abusive bishop but you.

Because Rome was silent, my blog became the only door to the outside world. The only window of hope for a persecuted and suffering people on the island Rome forgot. 

It is these people, from everywhere, from all over the world, who have sent me documents, inside information, anything, everything, in the hopes that somehow it might all add up into a big enough mountain of trash that Rome would finally see it if we set it on fire. 

We lay people are cursed and told that it's not our business, that you are here on clergy business. We are told to shut up and sit down, that we don't know what we are talking about. 

Well we know that you wouldn't even be here if it wasn't for us, it it wasn't for our letters, our noise, our steady drum beat of disgust.

We are thankful that you are here. We know you have a job to do. But just know that there is a volcano beneath this island, and it is about to explode because for decades Rome fiddled while Agana burned. 

45 comments:

  1. Thank you Visitors for being here. I can only hope and pray that your visit will be instrumental in the healing of the Catholic Church on Guam. I have faith in God, and I truly believe that He alone knows the good that will come out of all this.

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  2. DEAR VISITORS INCASE YOU HAVENT NOTICED OUR CATHOLIC FAMIIES ARE PRAYING FOR PEACE PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THE WILL OF THE WAY, PLEASE DO NOT TURN THE OTHER CHEEK OUR FAMILY HERE ON GUAM ARE HANGING ON IT'S FINAL THREAD OF HOPE, THAT OUR PRACTICE AS CATHOLICS IS NOT WHAT THIS NEO GROUP IS SAYING IS NOT RIGHT. IT WILL DISTROY ALL FAITH THAT HAVE BELIEVED IN. PLEASE ANSWER OUR PRAYERS. AMEN

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  3. Volcano needs defusing before it erupts. Only Archbishop Krebs has the respect of us to stop the volcano eruption.

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  4. Keep batting a thousand. God is with you!

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  5. Yes, the volvaco below us...soon to erupt. Maybe sooner than anyone thinks, the Santa Maria Kamelin will vanish because of all the kumbalachi that is going on. Forever gone as the protectress of our island. Then what???????

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  6. Evil attacking the church from within. Archbishop Apuron First Local Bishop of our Nation to attack our own people. Santa Maria Kamelin protect our church from the forces of evil.

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  7. I have just returned from today's prayer service. Dwayne was a very hopeful prayer leader. We prayed our rosary and other prayers as we made our way to the monastery. Mother Dawn greeted us at the gate and invited us into the chapel to pay reverence to the Blessed Sacrament. A seminarian had posted himself there to assure that we did not cause a ruckus.

    After completing the rosary, listening to Dwayne read some suffering servant psalms and singing "Atan Jesukristo," we were startled by the presence of police cars idling on the road outside. I guess someone thought we might be a danger with our rosaries and umbrellas. We walked back to our starting point while praying the chaplet of the Divine Mercy. Overall, a peaceful, hopeful and non-disruptive and prayerful walk.

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing. God Bless you and all those participating today especially Dwayne. There are 2 other prayer opportunities on Friday.

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    2. If we are going to make an impact, we need many more people to show up for the prayer services. I know that many are just frustrated and fed up but now is the time to put up... We are going to need much more than forty(estimated) people to show up.
      Also heard it was said that this blog is full of innuendo and supposition...

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  8. Santa Maria Kamelin protect our Church from discord and harm.

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  9. Haha thanks for putting on a show... Still no action. I come to this blog not because your being successful because you are failing. Still no action and only blogging.

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    1. If I can get you to come here and waste your life then that's all the action I need to be successful. I know u can't stay away and I luv it. Peace.

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    2. Lame Tim, just like your blog

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    3. LOL. Did every one here get that. Calls me and my blog lame, but he's always here. Right, Adrian?

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    4. Yes Tim, adrian just can't stay away. He's checking us out all the time. Go find a neo jungle, adrian, we don't want you here, and take the other neorats with you.

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    5. Adrian began revealing information from the visitors. meetings were in confidence but Adrian already giving out information from the visitors.

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    6. Oops, you just gave away one of my sources. Just like Apuron, Adrian runs his mouth and everybody hears. It then makes its way to my blog. It's so easy.

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    7. Reverend Adrian Cristobal, why did you say the NCW is responsible for the land in YONA? Can you take a moment out of your busy, busy, day to explain? Thank you in advance. Have a nice day.

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    8. Neo is not responsible at all for Yona. What a lie this evil man is telling. Archbishop Krebs can you hear Cristobal.

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  10. Thank you Teri for reporting for international readers. Thank you to Reverend Mother Dawn for opening the monastery chapel. Mother Dawn remains an inspiration to our readers all over the world.

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  11. The info tim gets about the diocese includes the clergy, mainly fr. Eric Forbes, fr. Andre, msgr.james, also deacon steve and many more... We all know!

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    1. Phew! You just let me know that my sources are safe. What an idiot. But then we've come to expect that from your side. Almost to two million. Thanks for coming.

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    2. @10:18 why are you blaming these people that you listed above? Did you check inside the chancery that there is a recorder & is announcing out loud what's going on inside "the chancery mansion"? The rat is inside there! Did you ever stop to think that the whole Chancery is bugged check all the phone lines! Stop blaming my favorite priests & my cousin Deacon Steve! Like the game ..look to east..look to the west..the bugged is right in front of your FACE!

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    3. It's a sign they are dying, lashing out, blaming. Because they are all cowards they can't imagine that we lay people are able to stand on our own. We don't need any member of the clergy to do this work. It is our work. Apuron has to blame the clergy because he can't touch us. Oh, wait a minute, that was his line.

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    4. Tim, you are right! Their pants are shaking and probably sweating like a broken faucet! They think that we won't know, like my grandma used to tell us "its faster to catch a liar than a one-legged person." For Adrian boy, we catch him faster because he is a good liar and is limping when he walks! If I plan to go to confession, this is what I am going to say "Bless me Adrian because its you that is lying and not me.

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    5. If you knew who is participating in the blogging, you would, as they say..."drop your teeth" I'm being nice here; as I am a polite contributer.

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    6. They are correct. A proper, stable, seminary should be here. And let it be so, along with many other projects for the people.....sell the land , invest properly. Pay off debts intelligently.....build a proper seminary for the Archdiocese where neos live apart and attend classes. The seminary is for the Archdiocese. Endow some schools so much can be done withe proceeds now. Sell that land and solve a lot of problems.

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    7. Apostolic visitors were interested to know who is commenting

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    8. 2.12am if you only knew who participates in this blog you would be very surprised.
      Some bloggers have their phones with them 24/7 waiting for Tim Rohr to release the next document, the next news article, so as to begin commenting. Tim Rohr's blog has huge readership and became a major forum to reveal the inner dynamics of this evil cult on Guam today.

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  12. Apuron will blame and destroy more priests in the coming days we expect this and we will publish details of any priest he abuses. This is the work of the laity . Apuron is lashing out like a mad dog in one last attempt to save his kingdom.

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    1. Some priests are really lost. Let's not forget to pray for them with all our might.

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    2. Yes, he will.

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    3. Mental Heath issues. Intervention time. Knock knock ,whose there? Mental health and substance abuse transport. Are you tony Apuron? Yes, please come with us. Adriiiaaan, Daaavviiidddd, help!!!

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  13. They are acting like mad rabid dogs foaming saliva at the mouth ready to bite whoever they can. Evil people who destroyed the soul of this Island, destroyed out faith, abused out resources, destroyed our sons of Guam, and we will fight this evil until the bitter end .

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  14. Ánimo Guam, desde España.Comparto vuestros rezos y vuestra lucha.
    Todos juntos, unidos contra este itinerario que es un destructor de la fe y de las "personas".

    Ánimo Guam.


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    1. Translation: Keep it up, Guam. From Spain. I share in your prayers and fight.
      Altogether, united against this itinerary which is a destroyer of the faith and of persons.

      Keep it up, Guam.

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    2. Dios los bendiga por su apoyo espiritual .

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    3. I totally agree with Anon from Spain. There are many in this world supporting you and praying for you and closure for the turmoil you are experiencing. You are truly inspiring.

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  15. Correct 11.25pm. Mad rabid dogs need to be removed.

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  16. It's been at least two days that the "Three Wise Men" from Rome have been on Guam, listening to different people, 15 minutes at a time.

    Hopefully, our esteemed visitors from Rome will be given the chance to sit in on several classes OF THEIR CHOICE at the seminaries (TWO of them as Apuron stated to Pope Francis) and also meet with ALL of the faculty at BOTH seminaries.

    Also, hopefully, they will have a chance to attend a Neo Mass before they leave.




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    1. Does anyone know if the Vatican investigators have had the chance to meet and talk with alleged victims of clergy sex abuse?

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  17. Please add to my previous comment: It would also be nice if the Delegation from Rome could meet with the local seminarians now studying at BOTH seminaries, plus all of the LOCAL (those raised on Guam, the neighboring Mariana & Micronesian Islands) priests who studied at the Yona Redemptorist Mater Seminary property.

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    1. Yes, save the local seminarians before it's too late.

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    2. It is going to be too late. Just wait. Only natural given circumstances.

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