Sunday, January 4, 2015

MEDIA UPDATE: APOSTOLIC VISIT

Vatican diplomats to arrive on island

Jan 3, 2015, Guam Pacific Daily News

Vatican diplomats traveling from Rome were expected to arrive on island yesterday evening, and at least one member of the delegation is expected to attend the governor's inauguration on Monday, according to the governor's office.

Delegation from Rome visiting next week

Jan 2, 2015, KUAM

Guam - On Sunday, January 4th three archbishops from Rome will arrive on island to conduct a pastoral visit. According to a release from the Archdiocese of Agana, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, Reverend Father Tadeusz Nowak, and Archbishop Martin Krebs will be on Guam with the hope of fostering reconciliation and mutual understanding in the archdiocese. The chancellor of the Archdiocese of Agana Father Adrian Cristobal says they do plan to meet with the clergy, religious, members of the laity and various groups during their one week stay. 
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7 comments:

  1. Welcome, see you soon three visitors.

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  2. Dash over for 9:30am CB Mass!!! Challenge! See if Neos let you in.

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  3. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJanuary 4, 2015 at 9:41 AM

    The Apostolic Visitators are at the C-B to concelebrate the 9:30 Mass with Jucutan as the Master of Ceremonies — I sure hope he knows what to do since he still seems unsure about how to celebrate the Mass.

    There are latecomers filing in, so I'm guessing the carpools and/or bussing of the NCWs are running behind schedule since only the front pews are pretty full. As someone who used to attend Sunday Mass at C-B back in the "olden days" I can tell you that there are a LOT of empty pews. Maybe they will fill up as the Mass progresses …

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  4. Mary Lou, you are right! A friend of mine last night told me that they were directed & instructed to attend the 9:30 mass at CB! It's not a choice, they were directed & instructed! Haha, watching how empty! I think Governor Calvo's inaugural mass this afternoon will standing room. Ai adai, not much $$$$$$ for AAA's morning breakfast at Shirley! Wow, the live streaming on Channel 8 TV

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  5. Live streaming is off now in TV8, check the operator upstairs maybe don't know what to do!

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  6. As I was pulling up to park at the Hagatna Cathedral by Carmen's, I noticed the presbyter, Jucutan was wiping down his vehicle. I kind of wondered because young men his age would be that kind of a person to be wiping down his vehicle, but because he is 'SUPPOSEDLY" an ordained priest, it struck me as "is this a priest or not". Kind of makes you wonder just what of priest "the RMS" is churning out there at the Accion Hotel in Yona. Just tidbit info for our people because I have never seen or known of our priests to take notice or pride in their vehicle as this Jucutan did this morning. Made my day--Happy Sunday and a Belated New Year, Guam. Mr. Tim Rohr, you have read previous comments that I have posted on JungleWatch and I remain anonymous due to the C-B being my parish.

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    1. @11:31, did you see if he is using the kitchen dish soap sponge or kitchen towel to clean his car. I was told by reliable sources who still works there now that when he first got the car by the way the CB parishioners are the ones paying for the car loan that he took the kitchen sponge & kitchen towel with other Semanarians and were cleaning the car. The Semanarians were wearing long sale shirts with fashion pants cleaning right there in the parking lot! What a bunch of clowns they were!

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