Monday, February 16, 2015
A CALL TO ARMS!
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•CALL TO ARMS! This is NOT a “call to arms” as in firearms or any kind of physical rebellion, or a “plot against the Church” as Archbishop Anthony Apuron (AAA) had characterised the Concerned Catholics of Guam (CCOG). This is a “call to arms” against the lies, deceit, fraud, and reckless/sinful behaviour of AAA and his Neo (NCW) masters.
This is a CALL TO ARMS FOR THE TRUTH. Every well-meaning true Catholic on this island should arm himself/herself with “the helmet of truth”. Become fully knowledgeable of what is going on. Ask, research, talk to others, attend group meetings, and pray -- to get to the truth.
It has been demonstrated “till we’re blue in the face” that no amount of argumentation or debate with AAA and his NCW masters is going to get us anywhere. We have given every benefit of the doubt that the archbishop might come to his senses, and do what is right. I, for one, truly believe that AAA fully knows that what he is doing is wrong, but he is UNABLE and perhaps also UNWILLING to do anything about it. So, let’s de-emphasise words, and emphasise action: CALL TO ARMS.
1)AAA will not return the RMS property he stole to give to the NCW, back to the Archdiocese of Agana, by trying to convince him that he should. He won’t! His masters won’t let him! So let’s sue him (the Corporation Sole) for defrauding the beneficiaries of the Corporation – us, the Catholic Faithful of Guam. If Canon Law didn’t stop him, let’s see him defy civil law. You Catholic lawyers out there – are you listening?
2) The Redemptoris Mater Seminary (RMS) is not an archdiocesan seminary. AAA said so himself; it is a seminary for the formation of priests in the Neocatechumenal Way. It is a Neo seminary! That’s why he erected JP2 Seminary in Maloloj, to brag to Rome that he does have an archdiocesan seminaries. Yet AAA is duty-bound by his Neo masters to support the RMS.
Where is he going to get the money? Are WE GOING TO BE HAD AGAIN by the upcoming Annual Archdiocesan Appeal?? Let’s not support the Appeal unless it is CLEARLY and HONESTLY DEMONSTRATED that it is to support the local clergy in Guam and the CNMI, and not to fund the importation of seminarians to be brought to Guam, trained in the Neo Way to become Neo priests and later to be shoved down our throats as our Neo pastors. AAA needs to give clear answers to the CCOG questions posed to him in a recent letter regarding the purpose and expenditures of the Appeal. (Why not ask him to respond to the CCOG letter?) Hit where it hurts – money!
3)Are we acting out of respect by doing this? AAA had perhaps once upon a time deserved respect; but not anymore. The time for the Chamorro custom of “respeto” is gone! Even the “mamamko” are coming out against him. AAA has consistently shown that he is NOT DESERVING of “respeto”, so let’s not show him any. Let’s, on the other hand, STAND UP TO HIM. “Fanohgi, Chamorro; fanohgi Katoliko!”
Many more major issues can be noted here (and may be in the future), but “sufficient for the day, is its evil thereof”. Let’s start with these!
On your mark! Get set! Let’s go! Despite the boo-boo in the Umatuna, the Appeal begins this Wednesday, February 18, not April 18
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