I feel bad for the poor and homeless who go to Deacon Tenorio's soup kitchen. I used to donate to Kamalen Karidat several times a year but ever since I read on Tim's blog that the deacon was giving money meant for the homeless to the archbishop for the NCW seminary I stopped donating.
Soup kitchen is fake cover up for giving money to Apuron. Everyone knows this.
Removing food from the mouths of the poor to stay in five star hotels. To use money for the poor to live like a king. How low can you get?
Coming soon, a feature story in the Umatuna propping up Deacon Tenorio in 3 . . . 2 . . .1 . . . a predictable reaction to this post.
I hope they feature his property holdings too. Amazing how he's able to amass such worldly possessions while devoting his entire life to the archdiocese. We are missing out on something.
Don't blame Dcn. Tenorio, he is just being "obedient."
Dcn. Tenorio's famous words "I love the archbishop!" goes beyond obedience.
Deacon Tenorio is not neo. He's just a man that loves God. He's a good man.
I dont recall anyone accusing him of being neo. If he is as genuine as you make him out to be, he then should not worry about an audit. We just want to make sure that the cooking done in that kitchen does not include the books.
Audit of karidat disaster waiting.
Deacon Tenorio - blinded fool - no integrity.
You love a thief!
Careful because according to Neo logic calling the archbishop a thief is the same as calling God a thief.
As I read this story two points concern me.1. The poor. By the actions of Deacon Tenorio and Tony Apuron the poor have been denied the right to food, shelter, clothing, basic human needs. 2. intention of the donar. Individuals give to karidat with the intention of helping the increasing number of poor and homeless on our island. Numbers of homeless are growing. We see our own people on the streets of Guam homeless. By donating to karidat intention is to help the poor. By diverting the funds from the intention of the donar, Tenorio and Apuron violate the intentions of those who give to the poor.Shameful situation that sadly has been going on for years. May be money for the poor was covering five star hotel bills, plane tickets, expensive meals, and yes even watches.
Is that why Deacon Tenorio was except from that policy on the use of the Roman collar by deacons? Tim - could you find out about that Rolex watch gifted by the Tenorios to he Archbishop when it was in fact supposed to be sold to benefit the homeless. Only a few people know about that watch. Right. Archbishop? Think long and hard. But don't lose anymore sleep over it, of course.