Wednesday, February 25, 2015

HOW TO GO TO FD FOR FREE


Once someone takes over the pulpit during a Mass and subjects us to their personal story, that story becomes public property and we get to use it however we want. And at least for one neo-seminarian who did this, there appears to be much more to his story than just getting drunk. For now I will leave out his name.


The seminarian who spoke during the Masses this week at the Cathedral and at the request of Archbishop Apuron apparently owes about $8000 to the good parents who send their sons to Father Duenas Memorial High School.

The seminarian in question attended FD on a sports scholarship with his entire tuition and fees waived. As with any scholarship, it is conditioned upon performance. And for his first two years he fulfilled his obligations to the school. 

But then he joined the neos. And during his junior year, at the order of his neocat masters, he began skipping practices and games in order to attend his neo functions. 

Then when he entered RMS in his senior year he dropped out of sports altogether and completely ceased to fulfill the terms of his scholarship. This meant, of course, that he had to start paying full tuition and fees like everybody else. 

He didn't. 

There was an attempt by the school to discreetly collect the tuition but to no avail. And apparently because he was one of the archbishop's neo boys, the school chose not to press the issue. So our "seminarian" ended up getting a free ride at FD all the way through his senior year, and HE KNEW IT. 

But of course it wasn't free. The "school" had to pay for it. And the "school" means tuition-paying parents whose sons don't have broken scholarship agreements.

So in addition to his self-admitting penchant for getting drunk during high school, he apparently learned how to break contract agreements and leach 8000 bucks off the parents of his classmates. 

Maybe the next time he interrupts our Mass, he might throw his bilking of FD parents out of $8000 worth of tuition and fees into his list of sins and at least say he's sorry. 

But maybe not, because being one of the archbishop's boys apparently means never having to say you're sorry.

Note: On February 27 at 10:47am, I received a message from someone who I trust advising that the outstanding balance for the former FD student was "recently paid." I once again want to reiterate that the balance did not go unpaid due to any negligence on the part of school. The whole episode simply shows the privileged status the neocatechumenal way enjoys in this diocese at our expense. And it will continue to enjoy that status so long as the majority of the people are willing to let it. 

What can you do?

There has been talk of organizing daily rosaries outside the gates of the chancery. Let's start that. 

80 comments:

  1. It also means you don't have to pay. There are off-island neo children attending San Vicente School (and maybe other Catholic Schools on Guam) who do not have to pay just because they are neo! This comes from the directive of the Archbishop himself! How very, very sad! These small schools hang by the thread to provide quality Catholic education and an order like this hurts them greatly. There are parents who struggle to send their children to Catholic School and others who would love to, but just cannot get a break. Archbishop, how shameful of you to put your Catholic School educators through this! Just when you think the man cannot get any lower, stuff like this comes out. Na para pot fabot! (Please stop!)

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    1. I suspected this was the case. Thanks for the confirmation. Guam has become one big welfare state for Apuron's personal cult

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    2. Missionary families do not pay tuition.....ask the UOG PROFESSOR ATIENZA (spelling)

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    3. There is also the Archbishop's Neo employment services. Doesn't take much to find out who the recipients are.

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    4. I always wondered how these big neo families could afford to put their kids in private schools. I only have two and it's a struggle for me!

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    5. That's because you're paying for their kids too.

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    6. FREE!!!!! while others work hard to have our boys attend this school

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  2. After reading the above, I'm incensed that that could occur. I'm a proud graduate of FDMS and sent my son there for 4 full years and I paid every bit of the tuition. As an alumnus, I get hit up regularly for contributions to the school's endowment fund which I have happily contributed to and if the money I and other fellow alumni donate is improperly spent, then I will cease to support FDMS. This would be very unfortunate and "criminal" as far as I'm concerned because I know that Fr. Jeff does an outstanding job as the principal. The Archbishop better not be getting his hands on FDMS money and using it for other purposes. The CCOG should demand that an audit be done to ensure that there is no financial abuse of donated funds, particularly funds that should be going to the school and nowhere else.

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    1. Apuron will ignore the CCOG but he can't ignore FD's money people. They have to be the ones to do it.

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  3. So not only is this neo seminarian a drunkard, he is also a thief. How in God's green earth are we suppose to look up to this individual as a spiritual leader in the church?

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    1. You'll probably die before him.

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  4. Him joining the seminary his senior year is the reason FD lost the basketball championship.

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    1. What is more important?

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    2. I was waiting for that. What is most important is that he honors his commitments. His commitment to the school in exchange for free tuition was to perform for the schools sports program. He was free to leave the program and join the neo, but he was NOT FREE to disregard his financial obligations once he opted out of the scholarship commitment. In fact, most REAL seminaries will not take a man who is in debt. But this isn't a real seminary. It's the Kiko-Gennarini-Pius presbyter machine. Your boy screwed the other parents who paid his bill. Paying them back is what is most important...especially if this little boy wants to be a priest. But of course this little boy is just a pawn. It was Apuron who screwed those parents. He knew.

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    3. So it's all about money isn't it?

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    4. It's about lying. I am sure that if the "seminarian" had appealed to the school and said that he couldn't pay the tuition but would like to finish his senior year, the school would have gladly helped him or quickly found a donor. People on Guam are willing to give A LOT. But that's not what happened. He ignored his commitment and then ignored the requests from the school to pay the tuition, probably because he knew Apuron had his back, which he did.

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    5. So Tim, you think money is more important than a vocation to serve God?

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    6. Did he pay for his tuition as the other students had to or did he not?

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    7. Anon at 9:43AM, one thing that we know for sure about your Neo cult is that IT IS ALL ABOUT MONEY with your cult as you go about your false pretenses that your cult is Catholic. The NCW is after the meeelions and meeelions of dollars here. The way you framed your question is typical Neo tactic to take attention away from the main discussion. Try again, FOOL!

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    8. Anon @ 9:43,
      You don't get it. The post isn't about money! Why do you guys turn everything into "money"! Even God would not want someone to be deceptive in their journey to serve Him--it wouldn't be true.
      sheesh! [smh]

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    9. Didn't Fr. Jeff's post answer your question?

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    10. Annon. @ 9:43 sounds like a Diana comment. She likes the pronoun "you" like shim is scolding. It has nothing to do with vocation. It's more living up to one's commitment. Just shows how committed this guy will be after ordination.

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    11. If he is dishonest in little things, How will he be different in Bigger things, Like those that concern eternal life..

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  5. how shady is this? writing as a single mother who put my son through FD paying tuition and obnoxious building fees for phoenix center he and his classmates never used. come to find this out that oh not only FD gives tuition gratis and other catholic schools?
    supporting the scholarship fundraising efforts is one thing, handing 'certain' kids a freebie education is a whole other thing. i would say 'shame on them, shame on AAA' but they have no shame, they feel entitled and deserving for these benefits of their cult.
    agree with you Tim, AAA wants the big bucks the FD alumni represents.
    color me 'absolutely disgusted.'
    Archbishop you are a jerk.

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    1. The archbishop telling the Catholics schools not to charge the NCW students tuition reminds me of a "certain governor" years back on Guam who told his agencies not to pay their power bills.

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    2. Yes, it is upsetting that this is occurring. And that they continue to believe 'God will provide..'. when the money is pulled from pocketbooks of other classmates' parents. You can bet there will be more scrutiny when we are asked to help Phoenix to rise!

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  6. Fr. Jeffrey C. San NicolasFebruary 25, 2015 at 10:43 PM

    I was surprised when I first heard that Father Duenas Memorial School was on Jungle Watch, but after reading the posting I can now understand the concern. While it is difficult for me to comment on what transpired at FDMS before my assignment as principal here in August 2012, I have not found any case at FDMS where a student was given a “free ride” or even a discount on tuition or fees simply because he was gifted athletically or academically. Nevertheless I am willing to listen. Please feel free to contact me at the school.

    What I can assure alumni and friends of FDMS is that current tuition and fees are equitably assessed to all families, irrespective of their son’s athletic ability, participation in sports or involvement in any other co-curricular activity. What might have been mistaken as an FDMS athletic scholarship are the contributions from generous individuals who may freely pay a student’s tuition because they knew of a financial hardship. While the student may have thought their education was “free” they actually were billed and their bill was paid for by a third party donor. Happily, this scenario is not infrequent even to this day.

    On the other hand, the fact that FDMS lacks scholarships is not something I’m proud of and I’m working with a few benefactors who have the desire to change this. More details about these FDMS endowed scholarships will be posted on our website (www.fatherduenas.com) in March.

    On a related note, some comments have been made to imply that money received by FDMS is or was channeled to other projects outside of FDMS. I have not found any evidence of this by past administrations nor have I witnessed or permitted this to happen under my administration. One of my first actions when coming to this school was to hire a CPA consultant to review our finances. I have been assured that our financial books are in order and no type of shady or questionable practice has been unearthed.

    Moving forward, I am planning to publish the school’s finances at the end of our fiscal year (June 30th). Parents, alumni and benefactors of FDMS deserve to know how their money is being spent.

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    1. Thank you Fr. Jeff!

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    2. This is what we expect from our church leaders. There was comment made and Fr. Jeff straightens it out immediately. Other church leaders would have accused the person who commented "plotting against FD".

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    3. This is why young men in high school ahould not enter a high achool. They will miss a whole stage of development and learned responsibility. Will be a stunted priest; most likely made a pastor immediately.

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    4. Thank you Fr. Jeff for your leadership and being a role model for FDMS students.

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  7. San Vicente School Parents beware I recently found out that Fr. Edivaldo sometimes teaches(Theology) at SVS. I wonder how many of those teaches are NEOs. This is really dangerous - we as Catholics send our children to catholic schools to learn about our catholic teachings not from a NEO. PLEASE STAND UP FOR YOUR CHILDREN.

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    1. Do not forget though that Fr. Edivaldo has his degree in Theology. Therefore, can teach it.

      Are you really that biased? What about the other teachers? Are you worried that their credentials?

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    2. 9:47, never mind that the "Orange Juicer" has a degree in Theology. Parents should never trust him to teach authentic Catholic doctrine. He is Kiko's disciple through and through and will teach Kiko doctrine instead.

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    3. Hope he's not using his "Orange" analogy with these children.

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    4. Other than "give us proof that your Eucharist is approved," please tell me what is not authentic about the teachings in the NCW.

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    5. Please forward me a copy of your Catechetical Directory and I will be glad to. I'll even come by to pick it up. Let me know.

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    6. What else more than if not the Eucharist?

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    7. Yes. 11:42's response shows us how little they regard Kiko has for the Eucharist. It's just a happy meal.

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    8. All these folks are purely hateful and prejudice to Priest who are missionary through NCW. SMH. Wow. what is authentic Catholic to you????? Really..... What makes you better???

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    9. Anon at 12:33 PM, I post regularly here and i can tell you that I am not driven by hate and prejudice. I have done my research and have formulated my opinions based on what I have learned about the NCW. Despite all ihe glowing reports from NCW leaders and members I see, hear, and read, about the damage your movement's leaders have caused around the world. In addition, your movement has created a schism in the Catholic Church. You see, the faithful Catholics follow the teachings of the Church while your leadership and followers follow Kiko, Carmen, and the Gennarinis. Your leadership, while claiming approval by popes, ignore and reject directives meant to ensure that Catholic teachings are not compromised. The NCW has been exposed many times over yet neo puppets like you continue to assert that your movement has done nothing wrong, even claiming that the NCW is the future of the Catholic Church. Please take your trash bags and your garbage elsewhere. Leave the Catholic Church and worship your way to your heart's content. Clap! Clap! Clap!

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    10. 2:52PM clap,clap and do applaud Pope Francis extended Kiko Arguello Initiator of NCW Named Consultor for Pontifical Council for the Laity for five more years. Yet you folks reject and deny all the articles but go by this blog driven by speculation & one sided input. HAHA. I believe Pope Francis than your own self governing blog which filled with hot smoke and one sided input. I'm clapping now son.

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    11. So let me help you out since all you seem to know to do is repeat what you are told by your catechist or Zenit, which is the same thing.

      Pope Francis only approved the list of members and consultors presented to him by the Council. He did not personally extend any invitation to Kiko. Plus, why is Kiko only a consultor and not a member.

      Members are the decision makers. BTW, guess who is a member? Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus. So in rank the KOC is way ahead of your little Kiko if you want to make something of it.

      For the intelligent readers, here is a thorough expose of this farce that Kiko's appointment to the Council on the Laity is some sort of great recognition of the NCW:

      http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/06/zenit-kikos-ministry-of-propaganda.html

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    12. So your more credible than Zenit? HA! I don't have the energy to debate with you, what I have is fact not hot smoke.

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    13. Man do you need help with your English. Tell those guys up at Blessed Diego, the fake institute, to at least offer some remedial English programs, or is that English as a second language. But yah, you don't have the energy nor the brains nor the balls.

      Now for the intelligent readers, my response has nothing to do with who is credible. The Zenit story names Kiko as a consultor, not a a member. Kiko has no decision making authority on the Council. He's a wall flower, as side show, or in the words of the above coward, "hot smoke".

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    14. Carl Anderson is another fine example of a dedicated Catholic gentleman. Carl Anderson and Tim Rohr of same thinking on the church. Kiko unfortunately does not share the true ecclesiology of the catholic church. We must pray for Kiko that one day he will come to a knowledge of truth.

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  8. AAA, shame on your for hurting your Alma Mater! Maybe the FDMS alma mater should be rewritten with the line, "Duenas Memorial for You and the Neo". You really have betrayed the "brotherhood". I have stated on this blog before that AAA is not Catholic Education supporter and this proves it even more. His willingness to hurt the schools financially. Always remember freeloaders, Ti mamaigu si Yu'os ( God isn't sleeping). What goes around, comes around even worse...karma! More proof that AAA is the PROBLEM!

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  9. I hope this Wong seminarian is reading this blog and n particular this post. I am sure this post is embarrassing to him and it must be painful to read especially in light of the fact that his father passed away a few months ago. But I pray that be reading the truth, no matter how painful, he becomes a better person, and maybe even a good and holy priest. The truth will set you free because it removes all disguises and false facades from your heart. Let us all pray for this young man.

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  10. I remember him, he was a awesome stand-out basketball player at Bishop (BBMS) and did go to FD after he graduated. I think he was scouted by Mr. Tony Tompson (sports director/coach at FDMS). I do remember him playing ball for the first 2 or so year years. But, then he stopped and the rumor was because he joined the seminary in Yona and was told he could not play anymore or something like that. Father Jeff and/or Mr. Tompson: my question is did he receive a sports related scolarahip initially (even partial) to go to FD? And when he stopped playing sports did he continue to receive any financial aid relative to a sports scholarship after he stopped fulfilling his obligations at FD's sports program? Thank you for clearing the record. While no one likes gossip it is important for FD to remain transparent.

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  11. i hadn't heard of athletic scholarships at fd until i read this. sounds unusual. also, would that have been taxable?

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    1. Officially, there are NO sports scholarships. It's a big joke, though, because most, if not all, of the private high schools do it. In my opinion, all scholarships to Catholic schools should be based solely upon demonstrated need, after meeting the entrance qualifications. Period.

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    2. I agree with you anon at 8:45AM because I think that Catholic schools should focus on spirituality and academic excellence. A sports program is merely an extra-curricular activity. In all fairness to other students and their parents the school should not sponsor athletic scholarships using the money generated from tuition payments.
      I'd like to remind Catholic school administrators that Jesus Christ is the center of Catholic education. Never forget it!

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    3. I absolutely disagree with you 10:04. This may seem off topic to some but it needs to be said for the sake of our island's children. 10:04 I am sorry but what you say is a total INJUSTICE to 1 in 5 children. When you say Catholic schools should focus on spirituality and academic excellence and a sports program is mere extra curricular.

      You are totally ignoring the needs of 1 in 5 children with "invisible disabilities" such as ADHD and THAT IS AN INJUSTICE. These are intelligent children whose part of the brain has a deficient chemical imbalance. The front part of their brain lacks glucose needed to regulate behavior and the brain's motor functions "to do" (not perception like most teachers think). They often don't do well academically through no fault of their own. Simply put, they experience a lack of effective executive functioning skills in varying degrees. This outcome is related to working memory, motor control, self monitoring, inhibition, verbal and emotional regulation.

      Sadly these are children "with an invisible disability" who are most often not given the available assistive technology that can help their brain's motor functions. Like smart pens, computers, voice recognition software, and software for reading, writing and math, spell checkers, timers and reminders, talking computer software, talking, auditory or vibrating calculators, watches, timers, reminders and phones with appropriate apps. Noise cancelling ear plugs and ear phones. Brain, math and word games. These are not luxury items as you may think 10:04 when it comes to kids who experience ADHD or some other mental health disorders. They are the required tools needed for the core symptoms of the brain's motor functions that affect impulsivity, inattention, hyperactivity, and distraction. Sports is known to help. It gets the blood pumping. It moves the much needed chemicals to the brain much like the medications they need to get the glucose moving. Just like a diabetics needs meds. Unlike children with physical disabilities, who automatically gets wheel chairs, walking sticks, glasses, calipers etc. These children instead are most often forced to suffer and are in fact punished for their ADHD symptoms of inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, distraction and deregulation of behavior. Something they have no control over without the right supports and services. I openly admit misbehavior is not acceptable. Consequences are needed BUT SO IS ADEQUATE SUPPORTS. The back part of their brain is effective with knowledge or "KNOWING" and using devices like technology. Unlike the front part of their brain that is the "DO" part they can know but have problems with doing. These are the children when given opportunities can make the great athletes and sports legends. The are can make great ER doctors, fire men, pilots, race car drives, actors and actresses and computer whizzes (Bill Gates) to name a few of the "excitement seeking", thinking on your feet careers. However, without adequate support, services and opportunities, they are also the ones with the highest school dropout rates, highest rates of incarceration, highest rates of divorce etc. There is a multitude of data and scientific research to show all this information. So on behalf of our island's children, I ask you to consider ALL our children, including the 1 in 5 when it comes to decisions about their education. Please remember that the people who study the brain, clearly show how SPORTS does in fact play an important role. Sports assists in learning and regulating behavior. The movement affects chemicals in the body that boost the brain's neurotransmitters.

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    4. With all that knowledge you should publish your name and contact info. People may want to know more.

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    5. @ 2:49 PM, great info about ADHD. Are you a Catholic school administrator? Are you saying that I'm wrong in thinking that sprituality and academic excellence should be the focus of Catholic education? Let me know which school you're at. And yes, you're a bit off topic.

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    6. Thank you for kind words Tim and the opportunity to share important information about children, education and sports. 4:55 I am not a Catholic school administrator. I am however a child advocate, who is sincerely concerned for the interests of children's well being. I am also deeply rooted in spiritual practice. I have taken an interest in the workings of the brain since the early 80's when I first had to teach aspects of it related to how we think. I have been fortunate to study under a noble laureate research scientist, and I have also read a lot, and attended trainings by leading research scientists.

      No I am not saying spirituality and academic excellence should not be a focus of Catholic education. I am saying however that a sports program being a "mere extra curricular activity" does not give credence to the vital importance sports has for many children's learning abilities. It can be the vital support to help many, who otherwise do not do well academically.

      Sports can be a link that aids in activating glucose in the brain helping ADDers to grab their elusive needed memory and emotions. It can be a vital skill and activity for their brain to help bridge the gap of the "doing" part with knowledge gained. It can help them with both understanding and "doing" their academic or spiritual subjects and living a spiritual life.

      Children with ADHD or other related mental health disorders deserve nothing less than to be treated equally to other children who need extra supports and services. ADHD children just need different ones like sports and electronics that people are quick to remove from them as punishment. However, removing their supports is no different, to removing a wheel chair, walking stick, glasses or any other form of assistive technology.

      Since you brought sports up regarding children, all I am saying is people need to remember that sports can make an important difference to learning academics successfully for 1 in 5 children. It can also be a tipping point to help them achieve high self esteem. Especially when they can be so bright and intelligent, but not always able to do well academically, which has sadly resulted in them experiencing shame, blame and frustration through no fault of their own. Much like not being able to hear, see or walk effectively as other able bodied people can do, with out being shamed and blamed for it, like so many kids experience who have ADHD or other invisible disabilities.

      May I please ask that during these holy days of prayers, while remembering Our Lord's suffering, please pray that all our island's children and their parents who may experience social, emotional, behavioral and mental health disorders. Receive respect, adequate help and kindness and are not merely judged or punished for their inadequacies. Often times ADHD is genetic, parents don't always know it, nor are diagnosed for it. I neglected to mention earlier how data shows high suicide rates. May the agencies and the non profit organizations who support them, be adequately funded, supported and recognized to do their work as true servants of God not just as a means to a financial end for themselves.

      And may everyone be greatly blessed here in Jungle Watch for their tireless efforts of prayer, dedication and commitment. Inclusive blessings too for all Guam's Catholics during this dark time and sadness for our island's Catholic church. In God's Holy Name, and by Our Blessed Mother Mary and all the Angels and Saints.

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  12. What is upsetting to me is not that his parents didn't pay for the tuition but that he proudly says while at FD and entering into the seminary, he was drunk.

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  13. There was a student at FD, class of 2005/2006 who was very athletic whose tuition was paid by the endowment fund. This student continued with the sports program and did graduate from FD.

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  14. Response to anonymous February 26, 2015 at 5:26 AM
    I don't think the school can comment on individual students, but read what Fr. Jeff wrote at 10:43 PM February 25, 2015.

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  15. I do not think anyone is questioning how Fr. Jeff administers the school. I think he is doing a good job, and if the school gives scholarships for needy students, and if Ashton Wong qualified, so be it. There is nothing wrong with that. What is wrong is for a recipient on a scholarship to break his promise or not fulfill his obligations. It is a bad reflection on his character.

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  16. If the RMS told Ashton he cannot play basketball for whatever reason, then the RMS, as well as the Wongs, had an obligation to reimburse FDMS because Ashton was unable to comply with his obligations under his scholarship.

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  17. In order to repay this scholarship, I think Mr. Wong should be on "JUG" permanently. This should show him and the rest of those RMS "Seminarians" should be subjected to, What it means to be subjected to real "Charitable Hard-Labor" work. Get your hands dirty!

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  18. 6:07 - get RMS seminarians' hands dirty? Are you kidding me? You have to go through apuron's cold lifeless body. These are his precious imports who are trained to leech off the hard labors of hardworking people. To "work" in order to earn their keep is totally absurd and goes against NCW principles. Their forte is to scold and exhort people, to hold our liturgies and parishes hostage, to flaunt publicly how their sinful lives (TMI) led them to enjoy freebies and prey on innocent trusting people. The orange pulp squeeze is a perfect characterization of neo strategy. Hard work? Why should they, when we fawn on them hand and foot! For them, we go to hell if we question or displease them. Oh wait, this cult already thinks we are predestined to hellish fire for persecuting them. What a crock of baloney!

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  19. speaking of athletic seminarians, here's something much more positive ...

    http://www.si.com/college-basketball/2015/02/24/catholic-monks-basketball-team

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  20. It's all about the money with you turds....... Get over it. Pray and fast this lent.

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    1. To turd at 12:38pm...money? You talk about " its all about money", yet, the NCW passes the trash bag...stop the practice of asking....so long as money is being siphoned your WAY, this is not a problem for you folks...get off the jackass you are riding on and from here on end...quadruple your donations to the Appeal....that should bring in part of what will be lost....

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    2. Yes. You simply ask these people for their sources and the snarl, squeal, vomit, and scream and call you a turd. Don't you want to be one of them?

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    3. Envious folks. little that you know the bag pass around, money did not come from you. SO why poke at it? You guys are funny.

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    4. But the chapels and churches and parish halls and other parish facilities and utilities you use DO come from us. And every dime that goes into your trash bag is a dime that does not go to the parish and has to be be made up by someone who does support the parish.

      But beyond your imbecilic little answer, your trash bag collections are illegal unless they are turned into the parish with the other collections. Parish collections fall under the non-profit status of the church granted to it by Guam law. Money collected apart from the normal parish collection, accounting and deposit of those collections does not qualify for non-profit collections. Yet, the leaders who collect those monies do not account for it nor do they report it.

      The NCW, at least on Guam, is not an autonomous group such as the Legion or Mary or the Cursillo or the Knights. Because Kiko did not want it set up that way, it is in fact only a function of the diocese like RCIA or CCD which makes it accountable directly to the parish.

      So you're playing with fire there big boy. You're hiding income from the tax man and sooner or later it's going to get you.

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    5. Wrong it did not come from you.... I'm part of the parish and I put my money on it. "I" follow the GOSPEL. Mat 6:2-4 2 So when you give alms, do not have it trumpeted before you; this is what the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets to win human admiration. In truth I tell you, they have had their reward.

      3 But when you give alms, your left hand must not know what your right is doing;

      4 your almsgiving must be secret, and your Father who sees all that is done in secret will reward you.

      I don't take account what I give. Have great day.

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    6. Hey 3:58, we don't care about your puny donation. What we are most concerned is the hijacking of the archdiocese of agana, to include circumventing ways to suit your needs and lying to the people about it.. You and your sect have delved into illegal ways of collecting money so off to prison you go with the rest of them lecherous neos.

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  21. It's all about the money. Built on foundation of sand. You'll have your commission or cut. Me? I want to go to Heaven.

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    1. I guess calling people turds is how you'll get there. Ladies and Gentlemen: the product of Kiko-think.

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  22. Ladies and gentlemen Tim a man who wishes the Archbishop dead. Have it your way and continue to ride this evil doer. Have it your way, there is always room in hell. After all he is your Bishop but not mind.

    Good day riders.

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    1. LOL. Well I certainly wasted part of your day. It was fun. Come on back. I know you will.

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    2. sounds like ab is drunk again

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    3. It is so funny how "call me tony" deliberately writes like his european imports so the onus of blame in namecalling falls on them. So typical how he throws everyone except himself under the bus. We know your tactics, spineless deceiver!

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  23. Daily rosary outside chancery gates good beginning Tim.

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  24. Didn't know where to put this, but ... Was at a gas station and saw copies of UNO Magazine on the counter. Local model in swimsuit on cover, name Erin Wong. Started thinking, sister of Ashton Wong. Certainly no modesty in it. And that was just the "cover". Fruit of the Way!

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