Thursday, April 16, 2015

FUNNY & FILTHY

The Kiko's are criticizing SNAP saying it is anti-Catholic. That's funny. Tell that to Archbishop Apuron who bragged about his support from SNAP.
"...even S.N.A.P. heard about this and applauded me for doing this on this priest and hope that I do not reinstate him because of that..." - Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron to thirty members of the clergy at a retreat in Tagaytay, Philippines on October 10, 2013.

Here's a close transcript [my comments in red]:



"...and since then nothing has happened except that he went to the media, and I had to be away two days later for World Youth Day and I had to act before he left; even Tim Rohr has said on his blog criticizing me for doing this kind of event/situation and saying I did this because I wanted the NCW in his parish and he refused to do so-there has never been a conversation about that and then Patty Arroyo also criticized on the radio and is an accomplice of Tim Rohr.

[Fr. Paul did not go to the media. The media went to him. The first action of anyone in the church going to the media was Fr. Adrian's press release of 7/22/13]

But really the main issue, the fundamental issue is that he disobeyed an order that I had thru the Vicar General about 2 years before to remove this man because he is a danger to the community and the kids at SBS, and even the 3 priests that were working there and the secretary were afraid of him because he was a maintenance man and had keys to everything, to the rectory, to the offices, to the church, and whatever else.

[Fr. Paul DID NOT disobey an order. The order was to terminate the employment of an employee and Fr. Paul complied immediately as evidenced by a copy of the letter of termination he presented to AAA. There is no proof that the man was a danger to anyone. And AAA himself permitted the man to work in the same parish 13 years earlier as a condition of his parole.]

…and he refused to do that, he said he did not employ him, but he brought him back as a volunteer, but still, that was the problem, and he doesn’t see that…there’s nothing wrong. And since it [the issue] has gone viral, and thru the media even SNAP heard about this and applauded me for doing this on this priest and hope that I do not reinstate him because of that.

[So suddenly SNAP is AAA's ally. Right.]

This matter was intended to be a private issue, and he chose that way thru the media and the first letter was posted on Tim Rohr’s blog.

[Nope. It was posted on the Pacific News Center website first, not my blog. And the letter was not given to PNC by Father Paul. And again Fr. Paul did NOT go to the media, Fr. Adrian did.]

I waited 2 years to see what would happen , because so many complaints were coming in about why was he still working there and why were they so intimate, because he had built a stairway up to his room, his room was on the second floor, and he would come in the middle of the night with cases of beer and what not and stays there until the early morning…that’s what I was told.

[If AAA really believed that there was a threat then he himself put parishioners in danger by waiting 2 years "to see what would happen." He then accuses Fr. Paul of building "a stairway up to his room" when that stairway was there many years before Fr. Paul occupied the rectory. And worst of all, AAA insinuates that Fr. Paul engaged in drunken homosexual midnight trysts.]

But that’s not the issue, the issue that he was still employed. And even at a retreat, we found out thru records later that this man had two rooms at the confirmation retreat with all the kids there.

[Of course he was NOT employed.]

So there are many things that have surfaced since, including the investigation of the life of this man that really didn’t look good at all. Fr Paul refuses to acknowledge this and he sees that there is nothing wrong with this.

[LOL. "An investigation into the life of this man" who AAA himself permitted to work at Santa Barbara 13 years earlier.]

Because he chose to go this route, because I told him that if he refuses to resign it is a long process to remove him as pastor, and that’s where we are at.

About a week ago or so I met w Steve Martinez who offered to mediate the situation, so I checked with canon lawyers and they recommended to continue with the canonical process.

[In other words they recommended that AAA actually follow the law as per the removal of pastors instead of what he actually did at first which was to illegally remove him.]

His lawyer is a Jesuit priest, and Fr Karl has been tasked to meet with Fr Dacanay and review the acts which show why we asked Fr. Paul to resign, and we hope he will respond to us, to Msgr David who is the lead in the investigation and then we will see what will happen after that.

So I really thank you for your concern, pls continue to pray for me. I cannot speak like this in public and I trust that what I say here remains here. And continue to pray. I have a lot of concern for Fr Paul, but if that is his feeling that he doesn’t want to work for the AOA then please go, I do not want to tie him down. 

But some people are wondering what is going on between the two of them that Fr Paul is willing to sacrifice his priesthood for this particular man. So pls pray for him.

[What can be said about this? This is simply the lowest of the low. Filthy, actually. This is why I think AAA is mentally ill and why Rome needs to do something NOW.]


32 comments:

  1. Tim, If and UNTIL you are awarded an honorary Doctorate from Catholic University of America for your work in the Church, such as Carmen and Kiko will receive in May, you may as well drop your useless cause. What sayest thou?

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    1. You mean that's all they're getting? Heck, in 1521 Pope Peo X bestowed the title of Defender of the Faith on Henry VIII, a man who would go on to brutally murder thousands of Catholics. If pope can screw up that bad then we shouldn't be surprised that some neo lackey at Catholic U got your boy a fake doctorate. Hell, even Apuron has one of those. BTW, coward, I have no interest in earthly honors.

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    2. Tim, thinking on your feet! Yay....fast response! It's only 6:26!

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    3. Well, Arch, listened to the tape again..seems we are all afraid of YOU now!

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    4. 6:14 PM "26 For what does it profit a man, if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul? Or what exchange shall a man give for his soul? 27 For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with his angels: and then will he render to every man according to his works. Matthew.16:26-27

      Sad that when all is said and done, an accumulation of useless worldy titles is all kiko and carmen may have to show Our Creator of their works -- bought titles, that is!

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    5. Fr.Matthew Blockley.April 16, 2015 at 10:18 PM

      I'm sure Tim, like myself has no interest in a title. But one day Tim Rohr will be honored for his service to the church.

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    6. I would imagine Cardinal McCarrick, a prominent Catholic University of America alum and former dean of students, was influential in the honorary degree conferral. As Archbishop of Newark he was instrumental in the proliferation of the NCW there and then again when he was transferred to Archbishop of Washington. According to Rocco Palmo, “In retirement, Cardinal McCarrick will be taking up residence in the Neocatechumenal Way's Redemptoris Mater seminary in Washington. A suite has been kept there for his use. (McCarrick, it should be noted, also brought the Neocats to his previous assignment, the archdiocese of Newark.)”

      http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2006/05/our-irreplaceable-ted.html
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Edgar_McCarrick

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    7. Thanks. That was my first suspicion. McCarrick is one of the major reasons why we have such a pro-abortion government. He refused to deny communion to openly pro-abortion politicians. The floor if hell...

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    8. And his successor In DC!

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    9. Hey fool at 6:14 PM don't poop in your pants with all that excitement over nothing. The names of Kiko and Carmen are not worth the piece of paper it's printed on. We are so not impressed. You Kikos love to elevate yourselves and are so impressed with yourselves.

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  2. Lots of clapping and dancing around Father Wadeson reinstatement. Just to say that fewer than two percent of allegations appear to be false. Quite an accomplishment. Why did he never clear his name until now? Two percent.

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    1. Hello,
      The common tactic, make for the hills, wait until the heat cools off, go in hiding until people forget, the statutes of limitation expires and wala, no lawsuits to settle, his order could not find cause leading to unfounded allegations, therefore innocent and priest in good standing, resulting to re-incardination by the same Bishop who threw him under the bus. What a circus...

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  3. Is the Archbishop going to travel to DC for Kiko and Carmen?? Who arranged that one, O'malley? Hope Carmen wears her Addidas Tee. She looks hot in that.

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  4. Screwtape: Yes Wormwood let the learned ones speak of temporal honors our father below blesses. Our twisted theology has made its way into the very core of our Enemy’s House and is ripe with the rotten fruits of our father below. The seed he planted since that first woman Eve have truly taken root and have matured, and what a delightful generation of awful human has flourished.
    Wormwood: Uncle the awful virtue of Humility and Wisdom is no longer an impediment to our purpose. No longer do these human vermin believe in Sin, Sacraments, Saints or even simple prayers. The new Order of priests, those in black wolves’ skin are the best pedigree we’ve seen since Arius.
    Screwtape: Aaaah yes Arius, still a very effective tool for our purpose, but keep the humans bewitched with the new and putrid gospel of our brother Lucifer, their indifference, their egocentric, their disdain for life and their love of our sibling Hedonium. Wormwood, keep the Painters priests and followers enamored with worthless tributes to themselves, fill their minds and hearts so they will walk away as with their brother did when asked to sell their possessions, they must NEVER lose their Pride.
    Wormwood: hehehehehe, watch Uncle, watch my next act, our brothers in HELL will rejoice with the black wolves at the Cove.

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  5. Just heard that a Diocese in Minnesota is selling Chancery office and Bishops House to help pay for a sexual abuse lawsuit. Was our Fr. Louis involved? Hope Minnesota does not look to us to help pay that bill, although they should get it from AAA if he is. Based on the babble from AAA that Tim presents above it's just a matter of time before a lawsuit comes our way. Should have had one in March but it was consensual. Also S.N.A.P. is no longer applauding AAA. In fact they are keeping tabs on him.

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    1. Dear Joseph,
      the Archdiocese of Minneapolis St Paul has indeed filed for bankruptcy, following a long and painful process of revelations and lawsuits regarding sexual abuse by the clergy going back several decades.
      The Archdiocese and the plaintiffs have settled out of court, and Bankruptcy will allow the archdiocese to better face its financial obligations.
      This is not the Diocese where father Louis was assigned. This was the Diocese of Duluth in Northern Minnesota.
      Duluth and New Ulm (south MN) were obligated last year by a judge to publish the list of abusers in their respective dioceses.
      Father Louis, now in his 90's is retired and living in north central Minnesota.
      Regarding the bankruptcy of the twin cities diocese as well most likely of the diocese of Winona, it is the 12th such bankruptcy in the USA in over the last ten years.
      Portland, 2004. Tucson,2004. Spokane, 2004. Davenport, 2006. San Diego, 2007. Fairbanks, 2008. Wilmington 2009. Milwaukee, 2011. Gallup, 2013. Stockton,2014. Helena, 2014. Minneapolis St Paul 2015.
      It is my understanding that some past victims of Apuron are willing to come forward soon, and take their case to the proper authorities.
      Hence, we could be the latest of (unfortunately) many dioceses to have to go through the painful process of revelation, investigation, and redress.
      SNAP is very aware of these dossiers.
      More to come to a Chancery near you.....
      PS: The Bishop's House and the Chancery office real estate value in St Paul, would make the Yona property blush of envy....But at least MSP diocese had a lot of insurance coverage. (I doubt our dear Tony was that smart in that regard)

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    2. to: Joseph A. Santos April 16, 2015 at 10:53 PM and frenchie April 17, 2015 at 10:03 AM

      I share your concerns regarding tony's loose lips sinking ships and other deviant issues not yet public

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Settlements_and_bankruptcies_in_Catholic_sex_abuse_cases

      as of 2009 - total $1.269 billion dollars and (over) 1,835 people

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    3. 3 billion people on this planet live in poverty. 1.3 billion live in extreme poverty. The over $1.26 billion dollars shelled out because of clergy abuse is DISGUSTING, knowing that the money could have been used to help the poor. And Church leaders are wondering why people are leaving the Church??

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    4. Not only that, 7:13pm some of the abused people who receive huge sums had such extreme damage to their lives, they wound up taking their lives after squandering the settlement funds. The MONEY did not help in lots of cases. But the lawyers benefited handsomely.

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    5. Arch A Bishop, so how did you find your presbyter Luis in Jerusalem. Did you bring him back? Banish him? Restore his faculties? What? We want to know. Don't say it is none of our business, ok? Bye.

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    6. some resolution over in the Holy Land. just not our business. Of course, it will be, if he becomes Pastor immediately again. This time under the mentorship of Father Wadeson.

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  6. More stories and no action... Come on TIM! Hurry up!

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    1. LOL. How's that appeal thing coming? LOL

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    2. Come on , Tim, hurry up! Yes, your Excellency.

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    3. Yes. That's him. More of his "no one can get me." Apparently he forgot about God.

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    4. Oh ya...how's the appeal funds going?

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    5. Can CCOF Guam apply for some of the AAA ? Equal opportunity.

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  7. " But some people are wondering what is going on between the two of them that Fr Paul is willing to sacrifice his priesthood for this particular man. So pls pray for him"... Since when did he become God to know the intention or actions of Fr. Paul. I abhor this kind of statement from a lay individual, but coming from a man of God???? Good gracious man. You should be restart your Catholic education. Only God knows the action of a man. I was dumfounded to read the statement. SHAME SHAME SHAME.

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  8. Unfortunately we have here a window on the depravity of the mind and soul of the archbishop.
    How twisted and perverted one can become in trying to hold on his temporal power.
    How low can one slide to rid himself of a true priest?

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    1. DEPRAVED, for sure, for sure.

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  9. Past victims of Apuron? Whaaaaat? Can't be soon enough. Lots of things picking up speed around here. Same sex marriage, etc, etc .

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    1. Just rip it off quick like a bandage. Then we'll see what our plan for healing is. First of course, clean out the maggots. Healing of the Church of Guam

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