Friday, March 20, 2015

NOTICE TO: ARCHDIOCESAN SEX ABUSE RESPONSE COORDINATOR

We are told that you are not going to coordinate an investigation into the Fr. Luis matter because no allegation of sexual abuse has been filed.

Is that true?

You may want to check with the Archbishop. Thanks to our allies - which are everywhere - we have in our possession a copy of said allegation.

Would you rather get it from the Archbishop or would you like us to post it here?

We'll give you the weekend to think about it. And then we are going to expect a new statement from your office on Monday, and not another...

“A statement has been made and the statement stands,” Claros said.

...like you gave to the Marianas Variety yesterday.

In fact, if we don't hear a voluntary statement from you by Monday, we'll send a copy of the allegation to the press...a la Apuron style.

Just an FYI. Telling the truth is really a whole lot easier. 

28 comments:

  1. Dear Deacon Dakin Claros,

    Please REFRAIN fro reading the GOSPEL, GIVING a HOMILY, and MOST IMPORTANTLY DISTRIBUTE COMMUNION TO THE FAITHFUL. How in GOOD CONSCIENCES can you HOLD the SACRED BODY OF CHRIST knowing that your HANDS ARE NOT WORTHY to do so because of YOUR LIES TO COVER UP.


    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks Tim, I usually dread Mondays, first day of the work week and all. I'm looking forward to this Monday though.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh, Tim, you are such a tease! You know how to make sure we will come back to your blog again and again.

      Delete
    2. 10.45am. Yes we all need to come back to the blog monday because if the official report corresponds with circulating stories sounds like a movie. Best if Tony tells the truth before official report could be found. This way Tony is cleared of with holding information .

      Delete
  3. Oh, yes. The allies are all over. Oh, yes we are. Ready, willing and able. AND, at the service of our new Bishop.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Monday??? How am I supposed to wait until then? Ahhhhhh!!!

    ReplyDelete

  5. We are all here to,support the new bishop.

    ReplyDelete

  6. Word already circulating what happened in the car just that we have not seen police reports for knowledge with certainity. Catholics have a right to know exactly what Father Camacho was doing in this car. Archbishop Apuron has a moral duty to inform the archdiocese on all the knowledge he holds on Father Camacho.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I can't wait until Monday now!
    I have lost all hope with our current Chancery, they really have lost all our trust and have become the joke of the day. It is a very sad day for Guam.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Larry is too far gone already. Instead of performing his due diligence as the SARC, he now falls on his sword to protect Apuron. Wonder if he was already issued his cyanide pill. Poor Larry, you think martyring yourself for Apuron will make you a hero? I'm sure even Hitler's loyal soldiers thought the same thing at the time and yet history remembers them all as monsters. You can keep them company.

    ReplyDelete
  9. @ 8:44pm, are you trying to be a comedianne? Don't quit your day job. You're not good at it.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Larry, you and I went through the "Cursillo weekend" together and I had a lot of respect for you then, and when you were ordained a deacon, you made me very proud, but, Larry you have become arrogant, proud, and disconnected with the "One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church". I think that you should go into a little roomwith only the crucifix and a little candle and meditate to bring your senses back to the light of Jesus Christ so that you can be forth coming with the truth. jesofchalanpago

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Find this comment 7.29am sad. When ordination allows a man to lose humility to grow horns it becomes the very opposite of a servant church. Larry became self seeking using his ordination to serve self.

      Delete
  11. Sounds like the Archdiocese needs Olivia Pope...

    ReplyDelete
  12. I used to think that Deacons were a class of people more knowledgeable about the faith and more observant of the Commandments of God than ordinary lay people such as myself.

    I used to envy them. No more.

    D'acon Larry Claros, you have given the rank of Deacon a bad name. You should be ashamed of yourself and apologize to all your fellow Deacons for your actions. How can you still receive Holy Communion?

    ReplyDelete
  13. The Archdiocese needs a seasoned, skilled and savvy SARC. Claros will never be poised and polished enough to become a truthful professional. For Sure!!! For Sure!!!

    ReplyDelete
  14. I wonder if he's even qualified to be a SARC? Did he take an online course or equivalent or did AAA say that you're the SARC and VOILA! He's a SARC!! lol

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Voila! the same way the presbyters are ordained. Voila!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I like that word, Voila! Think I'm going to get Rosetta Stone and learn French. Voila, Voila...yes. Love it.

      Delete
    2. Guess we better be singing "PUFF GOES THE DRAGON" because the must be fuming on the hill and at the cove.

      Delete

    3. Archbishop ...... Crisis management meeting........... Silence police reports.

      Delete
    4. If the current SARC of the Archdiocese is cognizant of his role, he would have reached out to the victim (female, tender age, perpetrator is in a position of influence, etc) and would have appointed a victim advocate preferably female to help out in her coming to terms with the abuse. Consensual issue is moot here, but the sexual acts/relationship is indicative of abuse. Should guardians or the victim decide to pursue litigation, the corporation sole is liable to pay for any damages and therapeutic counseling or psychotherapy.

      Delete
    5. Anon @ 1:14 PM. I totally agree with you. If Claros, the current SARC of the Archdiocese is at all cognizant of his role, he would know that the according to the Archdiocese Sex Abuse Policy, a Complainant Support Person can be provided to the complainant or alleged victim to offer spiritual care and support and where indicated to to his/her family. And while no official sex abuse complaint was filed, it can be reasonably and credibly assumed that a priest being with a 17 year-old girl in a car at an isolated beach area was improper and inappropriate to say the least and that a sexual encounter did occur. Reaching out to this girl and her family and offerring assistance in the form of support and counseling would be the right thing to do. Furthermore, the Archdiocese Sex Abuse Policy stipulates that the Archdiocese will help pay for reasonable and necessary counseling and therapeutic services for one who has been subjected to sexual misconduct by a priest/deacon.

      If it ever comes out that sexual misconduct was committed by Fr. Luis towards his "alleged victim" and the Archdiocese failed to enact its Sex Abuse Policy, then I would hate to see the kind of liability the Archdiocese would face.

      Delete
  15. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaMarch 21, 2015 at 11:20 AM

    Am I the only one who thinks that if Deacon Steve Martinez was still the SARC we would have learned the truth from the beginning of this latest fiasco? But then again, we know what AAA did to the good deacon when he tried to do the right thing many months ago.

    Nevertheless, I believe that Deacon Steve is much more discerning and would not have made the comments that the current SARC has been making — "for sure, for sure"!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes Mary Lou. If deacon Steve Martinez were the SARC we could rely on truth. But isn't that why aaa got rid of him?
      Aaa does not thinkers or the righteous he just wants yes men. That's why David and Adrian have survived so long despite doing nothing for the people. Sad sad sad situation.

      Delete
  16. Janet B - MangilaoMarch 21, 2015 at 11:24 AM

    Tim, you never cease to amaze me. I'm quite sure the chancery knows exactly what it is your talking about. It's just unfair the rest of us have to wait 2 more days to find out.

    It will be interesting to see how the hill responds to your impending "doom". The world will be looking.

    ReplyDelete
  17. I alerted Archbishop Krebs. Have we sent a notice to Rome yet?

    ReplyDelete

Recommendations by JungleWatch