Sunday, January 4, 2015


John Toves can be reached at or 415-812-9065. 

Note: Neither I nor the CCOG are calling for any public action. As before, I am permitting Mr. Toves to use this blog to share his message. Also, while Mr. Toves notes that the location and times of the meetings will be posted on this blog, I am not privy to that information. However, it shouldn't be too hard to find out for those who wish to respond to Mr. Toves' call.

UPDATE: I have heard that most of the meetings will occur at the Carmelite monastery in Tamuning. There should be no problem with people quietly praying there. However, please note that it is a private neighborhood. Meanwhile, you can still send any communications to the Nuncio and the office of the Secretary for the Congregation to the addresses noted under the Contact Nuncio tab. 


  1. OMG Tony What have you done to our Island?

    1. the island should belong to all the men who died for it


  2. Pray for all who suffered psychological trauma .

  3. John Charles "Typhoon Toves"January 6, 2015 at 6:53 AM

    My grandfather was Juan Toves Toves as he was known. He was killed by the Japanese during the war because he spoke out in the encampment. I only dream to be half the man he was. His son, John Toves, was also killed in the war. I fight in their honor, and ask all others to do the same in their family's honor.