Friday, February 27, 2015

INVITATION TO TRUTH

It's being billed by some as an "Invitation to Truth". I can guarantee that the truth will be told since I will be the guest speaker. Tonight. Friday, February 27. 6pm. Dededo Senior Center. hosted by the Concerned Catholics of Guam.

The book TARGET EQUALS PRIEST will be made available to attendees to tonight's meeting. Donations for the books are accepted.


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    1. Where is the Dededo Senior Center located?

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    2. I was told it is across from Santa Barbara church.

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  2. The mayors office is right across the church. The DSC is on the left side of the office. The library is on the right side.

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  3. From a distance, I welcome you to my home parish where my faith in the One Holy Apostolic Catholic Church was first spawned thru my baptism at the old wooden church in 1965. I volunteered countless hours as a master catechist teaching Holy Communion and Confirmation and volunteered in the church choir. Thru this website I continue to be inspired by the truths that are well researched and documented. I continue to pray for reconciliation and unity for the sake of our Catholic Church. I still own my home in Gloria Circle, but reside in San Jose California. Thanks again Tim for bringing light to my parish where my friend Fr. Paul was illegitimately removed. Former Sacristan of the Agana Cathedral Basilica.

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  4. Is this the same Fr. Paul Gofigan who allowed Joseph Lastimoza, not only a rapist but a murderer back on church grounds after he was told to let him go? Tim, if that woman was one of your daughters, not only being raped but murdered, would you still protect him?

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    1. What's wrong, Adrian? Can't sleep? I couldn't either if I were you.

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    2. Anonymous 3:19 would you ask the same question if Mr. Lastimoza were a member of the Neo and was protected by a neo presbyter?

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    3. Hey dumbass, the more important question is would Jesus? Short answer is yes he would. Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone, and that includes ur bishop aaa and ur Pope Pius . The church is for repentant sinners, not holier than thou a-holes. Righteous people have no need for a savior. It shows you belong to a different religion. Take example from our late pope, St JP II, who went and forgave the perp who shot him! You seem to have a different set of rules for yourselves... SMH

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    4. Heard Adrian wishes to leave Guam return to live mainland. Difficult to leave at present with his mom not well. Sad story. From day one there was no need for Adrian to involve himself in this cult. What was his reason to associate with a group of people who destroyed our church? Power position? Not worth the pain that has been caused the community.

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    5. @ 3:19, we are talking about Church. We are not talking what Tim will do or not do. Of course, you know the State forgave this man and released him. You mean, State forgives and the Church can't? How's that. Church is the last recourse. @ 3:19, please stay with us in this discussion. We presented our side, your turn. Come on, shut us up. Share with us your thinking process.

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    6. Joseph A. SantosMarch 1, 2015 at 8:43 PM

      Anon 3:19, did the Archbishop allow this person to serve his community service after he got out of prison. Let me answer for you, YES!!!!!!!!!!!! Did Pale Gofigan terminate this person after he was told to do so? Let me answer for you, YES!!!!!! Did the Archbishop lie that Pale Gofigan disobeyed him? Let me answer for you, YES!!!!! Now I am going to type this part slow because I know you cannot read fast, are you still a blind, confused lemming? You answer that one for yourself. Truth is not something your kind seem to relate to anyway.

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  5. Richard NochefrancaFebruary 28, 2015 at 4:17 AM

    Why do we continue to drag Mr.Lastimosa into this. As I recall, he was allowed to perform community service before Father Paul was assigned to Santa Barbara Church. He. Did his time and was repentant for his sins. What ever happened to the absolution he received after his confession. If he were not absolved, I'm sure he would have been denied to perform community service in my beloved church. He has turned a new life and has a family. Please be considerate of what his family goes thru ever time you 're-post judgement on this individual.

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    1. You can bet that that comment was either from Adrian (maybe not, spelling and grammar was too good) or from Apuron. I can smell them on my blog.

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    2. This all began with archbishop attacking a priest of Agana Guam. Had Archbishop Apuron not have attacked a native son of Guam this debate may never have evolved. Attacking Guam priests led to the evolving problem. Now so out of control hard to know how to return order. For sure I don't think archbishop can regain order on Guam. Visitors know this.mquestion is simply what is the best action now for the good of the church. Best now Archbishop makes it easy for the church by offering early resignation and allowing the Holy Father to freely make a decesion for what is best for the future of the island.

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  6. We need more copies of "Target equals Priest" distributed and circulating. I for one will be giving Tim my donation so he may have more copies printed to be freely circulated and shared.

    Let’s help Tim toward printing more of the truth from this booklet. We need to let our Catholic faithful all over the island be fully aware and enraged about aaa's on-going war against our non-neo local priests and against our island sons who have sincere and legitimate vocations to the priesthood!

    This booklet, along with participating in the public prayer vigils are ways in which more of us will be able to join and combat this atrocity going on in our Catholic Church on Guam! I will be contacting Vangie or Teri. I will also be there at the prayer vigil for our Catholic Church.

    WE, ARE THE KATOLIKO OF OUR ISLAND! Fight, to protect and preserve our Church and our Faith! M.

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  7. I apologize for my spelling errors on my above post….I was using my cell phone when responding to ANON @3:19. San Dismas (the thief that stole heaven) comes to light when I read ANON@3:19 cast stones against someone’s past transgressions with no regard to the whole story. I’m very certain that Mr. Lastimoza sought and received reconciliation with the Catholic Church, otherwise he would have stopped his service after his three years obligatory service were finished. He found Jesus thru community, just like the witnesses of the “WAY” have found Jesus. So, why do we continue to condemn a man and his family on this blog. If we are to portray ourselves as Jesus by walking the walk, then we must also talk the talk. Jesus must have been consoled on the cross with the words of faith spoken by a man suffering a similar fate. Jesus rewarded this new friendship born of suffering with eternal life. Jesus says to his ironic comforter, "I assure you: this day you will be with me in paradise." (Luke 23:43,NAB) My hope is for us to begin the reconciliation process. Bringing other families transgressions further detracts from our cause which is to be united as "One Holy Catholic Apostolic Church."

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    1. Uhhmmm, I have never heard a neo say they found Jesus thru the way or anything else. They found their "joy" thru kiko and the neo.

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    2. Richard NoxhwfrancaFebruary 28, 2015 at 3:59 PM

      I"m not a NEO.....just referencing the recorded testimonies drom NEO seminarians during the Eucharistic Celebrations....

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    3. The Catholic Church will ALWAYS remain One, Holy, and Apostolic as it is the ONLY Church that Jesus Christ founded. If your idea of reconciliation means compromising our Catholic faith then you have it all wrong. In the case of the archbishop, reconciliation means he has to to correct the wrongs he's committed against the island's Catholics, which is highly doubtful at this point. For the local Catholics who are Neos, your salvation is on the line by trusting Kiko. Leave the NCW and rejoin your real Catholic community before it's too late!

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  8. Never heard of a neo finding peace.

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  9. You are missing the lesson of reconciliation as defined by ANON 3:19. Again, I am not a NEO, but a certified Master Catechist by Sister Cabrini, RSM (Director of Religious Education in 1987). I also volunteered hours as a Confirmation and First Holy Communion Teacher in Dededo, and in the Military and to soldiers deployed in the war zone. I am now retired from the Army and now reside in San Jose, CA, but still own a five bedroom home in Gloria Circle, Dededo. I'm with you in this fight. A former sacristan of the Agana Cathedral Basilica.

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