Sunday, March 8, 2015

NOTE TO KIKO

Our people are everywhere...and we are watching.


  1. Fortunately for Guam, the NCW does not feel the need to send a missionary group to convert Catholics to the NCW this year. Their one US choice of Detroit, to send a missionary group, is rather perplexing. The NCW already has a small presence in the Archdiocese of Detroit as well as the Dioceses of Gaylord, Kalamazoo, and Lansing. By US standards there are many practicing Catholics in these areas and they produce a fair amount of vocations. The cynic in me wonders if it has anything to do with the Archdiocese of Detroit has accepted pastoral responsibility for the Roman Catholic Church in the Cayman Islands. The NCW is also sending a missionary group to Jamaica and the Archdiocese of Kingston maintains a mission sui iuris jurisdiction over the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands are known as an offshore banking secrecy haven.

7 comments:

  1. Good work, R. Thank you for bringing that to our attention. Maybe Giuseppe Gennarini is staking out the Caymans like he staked out the Turks and Caicos Islands. Is there or will there be a mandate that every Catholic parish and school there be Neocatechumenal as there seems to be in the Turks and Caicos?

    Both the Turks and Caicos Islands and the Cayman Islands are British Overseas Territories, not U.S. Territories, so I wonder why U.S. dioceses have jurisdiction there and why Gennarini, the chief Neocatechumenal in the U.S., has so much control there.

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  2. The NCW has gotten almost all they can from Guam given the fact that their sinister plot has been exposed and more and more local Catholics now actively oppose their evil cult. It is very clear at this point that their so-called missionary work is a facade and a diversionary tactic.
    Imagine how much money the Neos have "sucked" from the Guam Catholic community before they were exposed. They've gotten meelions and meelions of dollars along with valuable real estate thanks to the archbetrayer. Basta! Na pa'ra i babarias!

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  3. Tim, with all the evidence that has been found and exposed so far regarding the property in Yona, isn't there enough for CCOG to file a police report against AAA and all those involved in the scam?!

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    1. IF it is fact, why not right?

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    2. They are speaking w attorneys.

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  4. Don't foget, new Neo Auxiliary of Miami...from RMS NJ, was in Turks for long time. Connect the dots.

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  5. Interesting comment. I have friends in the Dominican order in the west indies and know Barbados and other islands well. Seems Kiko aims at places that we all know are easy to implement ones own agenda.

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