Thursday, January 15, 2015

TURKS AND CAICOS, BABY! YAH!


Guam is not the only island under the purview of Giuseppe Gennarini, the chief Neocatechumenal catechist for the United States.  Mr. Gennarini’s influence, as it turns out, extends to another island territory on the other side of the globe, the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) in the British West Indies.


15 comments:

  1. And it's ALL about MONEY...yes, money for the Genarinni's. What a bunch of idiots!

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    1. Apparently we have been the idiots...until now.

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    2. Possible Rico Act violations/crimes?

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  2. Wow and double Wow! I wonder how Diana is going to spin this greedy vulture! Wow! I knew something stunk with the neos and i'm so blessed i left before they could sink their teeth into any of my property! Great job Tim n Chuck! Anyone reading this....when ur gut says run far far away from something or someone (i.e. neos), listen to it! Took me two years to leave but four years to unbrainwash their way.....happy and blessed to be back in the sane traditional holy catholic n apostolic Church!

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  3. As with any ponzi scheme, only the top gets rich, for fifty years...wow! No wonder they're mad at tim n ccog.....can't wait for the walls to tumble down.

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  4. Given the recent Vatican bank scandal (secret accounts and untraceable transactions) and now this, are the two related? With neo members placed in prominent positions in and out of the Vatican worldwide, is it so hard to see why local neo members would not want this jet setting luxury living lifestyle to end? Money, money, money, is Diana's mantra, small wonder.

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  5. Accountability for the Neo's global cash flows must have a foundation on the local level first, and we know that's not happening. Everything seems to be off the books or at least off the parish ledgers.

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  6. ncw have two foundation for money, one in rome, the boss is msr. ruini or bagnasco, and one in madrid the boss was msr. antonio rouco varela or msr. blazquez. In turk and caicos was neo priest, the maltese bishop of Miami. Sorry for my english.

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  7. Funny how every one holds a piece of this neo puzzle worldwide and only now are just beginning tp put a few pieces together. Crime syndicate or not, they just feel or look sketchy.

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    1. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, walks like a duck.............You know it isn't a fish. If anything looks to good to be true, IT IS!! And in the NCW, that hold true.

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  8. Impressive work Mr. White. Thank-you. I have to wonder who pulled the strings to have TCI moved from the Archdiocese of Nassau to the Archdiocese of Newark. A move that seems illogical and would appear to have a dubious purpose. Much as the Vatican is finally realizing an important need for financial transparency, the NCW needs to be transparent also.

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  9. Overview of Giuseppe Gennarini in Englewood, NJ


    Giuseppe Gennarini is the Director of The Redemptoris Mater House of Formation, Diocese of Dallas .

    The Redemptoris Mater House of Formation, Diocese of Dallas filed as a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation in the State of Texas filed on Friday, January 21, 2005. This corporation is approximately ten years old according to documents filed with Texas Secretary of State. The Redemptoris Mater House of Formation, Diocese of Dallas also lists Fernando Carranza as Director.

    Giuseppe Gennarini's additional active roles include:
    • Treasurer of The Redemptoris Mater Seminary Archdiocese of Miami, Inc.


    Giuseppe Gennarini is connected to other officers through these corporate roles. One of the top connections is Fernando Carranza .

    The Redemptoris Mater Seminary Archdiocese of Miami, Inc. also lists Elizabeth A. Worley as Treasurer, in addition to Giuseppe's role of Treasurer. This corporation was registered seven years after The Redemptoris Mater House of Formation, Diocese of Dallas as a Domestic Non Profit Corporation in the State of Florida on Monday, January 9, 2012.

    Who is Fernando Coranza?

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  10. His name is Rev. Fernando Carranza, an underclass seminarian when i was with RMS NJ.

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  11. Now it's clear what the NCW means when they send their people to perform missionary work. Their mission is Moneee, and more Moneee. Guam was ripe for the plucking, as we spend meelions and meelions of dollars on food, as stated by one of the NCW leaders while loading his plate at a fiesta table.

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  12. Maybe with all this pointing to the Gennarini's and other foreigner's associated within the NEO movement, maybe we can refer them to US-Immigration & Customs Enforcement to check the validity of their immigration status vs. what exactly they are doing in the US mainland and Guam. There are boundaries to what they can do and for how long they can stay. Possible visa status violations leading into removal/deportation.

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