Thursday, April 2, 2015

CONGRATS CATHOLICS. WE MADE NO. 5

March was jam-packed with a TON of big stories that we covered for you! Here's what headlines you clicked on most on KUAM.com and in the KUAM News mobile app...what news items affected you most last month?
MOST READ STORIES
1. Drunken mother forgets baby at Tamuning mall 
2. Guam declared in Condition of Readiness 3 
3. Cop reprimanded because of uniform 
4. More tax returns coming this week 
5. Priest resigns from archdiocese following arrest 
6. Guam declared in Condition of Readiness 1 
7. Priest allegedly had sexual contact with minor 
8. Businessman Jerry Calvo dies 
9. Teacher Terminated From St. Thomas Aquinas 
10. Family needs help with newborn's medical treatment

MOST STREAMED VIDEOS
1. Video captures Port Police sleeping at work
2. Guam toddler gets nod from Kardashians
3. What happens when an automatic weapon is in civilian hands?
4. Parent's protection results in school lockdown
5. Priest resigns from archdiocese following arrest
6. John Oliver sheds light on voting rights of US territories
7. Teacher fired for texting inappropriate images to student
8. Saipan family stuck on Guam due to flight cancellations
9. Woman punches baby in the face at mall
10. Woman arrested for mall attack on 10-month-old baby

6 comments:

  1. Credit for this dubious "honor" goes to Phony Apuwrong and his ilk!

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  2. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaApril 2, 2015 at 9:07 AM

    Actually 30% of the "Most Read Stories" were Catholic-related:
    • #9: Teacher Terminated from St. Thomas Aquinas
    • #7: Priest allegedly had sexual contact with minor and
    • #5: Priest resigns from archdiocese following arrest.

    And then 20% of the "Most Streamed Videos" were also Catholic-related:
    • #7: Teacher fired for texting inappropriate images to student [even though it did not identify the teacher as being from STAHS, it's related to the #9 "Most Read Stories"] and
    • #5: Priest resigns from archdiocese following arrest [consistent with "Most Read Stories" rank]

    Thank you, KUAM, for keeping Guam informed about the illness that plagues the Archdiocese of Agana!!

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  3. The month of April should be more interesting. The April fools on the hill continue to shoot themselves in the feet. Stay tuned. JungleWatch is much better and more interesting than "The Young and The Worthless".

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  4. The Roman Catholic Church on news headlines, and for the wrong reasons. Not really flattering for an institution that exists for the purpose of uphelding morals and values. Relevance of its mission is stagnant due to an archbishop and an itinerant way that refuses to budge despite public outcry. The tragedy is a higher leadership that seems deaf and dumb to the cries of a suffering people who merely want to be faithful to the Church Magisterium. I mean, where can the people turn to, in order to voice out their grievance and outrage? Thanks to the sensibility and strength of resolve among some such as Jungle Watch and other Catholic leaders who have spoken out, the Agana Chancery will still be stomping on people with insolence and harsh tactics.

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  5. they forgot, Tim!!! stop interfering with the people

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    1. Anon @ 2:07 ... ??? Who forgot what? Sounds like you were trying for another excuse....
      Interfering? Heck, no! He's giving us what Neos leave out/or camouflage so we can make up our own mind with all the facts out in the open!

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