Saturday, April 4, 2015

SAYS IT ALL


15 comments:

  1. Orrrr, people can be mad at you for generalizing a group that they are in. Doing it constantly at that. If you want to stop this, use their names and stop using the groups name to speak bad about a person. Come on now, even the Archbishop uses Gofigan and James. Not "non-neo" this and that.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Would be happy to use their names if they would kindly identify themselves.

      Delete
    2. I'm confused. Are there some Neos that don't participate in illicit Masses? They all do, thus the generalizations. Please don't try to come off as though there are actually any "good" Neos. You all knowingly participate in illicit Masses that pay no respect and reverence to the Eucharist and sacrifice of Our Lord. That is NOT good, therefore neither are the participants.

      Delete
    3. The problem is that some don't know they are participating in an illicit Mass. Indeed, they have the Archbishop telling them that Rome has given permission "for this" and that he just has to "find it somewhere." However, that doesn't let the ignorant neo's off the hook. They have a duty to inform themselves just as the rest of us do.

      Delete
    4. Anon 8:17, the Archbishop uses "us" and "they"! Be real. You are angry because the truth is placed in front of you and you refuse to believe. How come consensual sex between one priest and an adult gets that priest fired and "consensual" sex between another priest and a "minor", as defined by the arch diocese, gets that priest a vacation? You are all in the same group!

      Delete
  2. If this is so, and you and are unaware of the person actually saying things, or assuming things, why would you stoop so low as to generalize the whole group?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Why would you stoop so low as to criticize me without identifying yourself?

      Delete
  3. Neos who grow up as Neos know no other Mass than their illicit one.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Not true. Sorry but many altar servers are in the NCW

      Delete
  4. Fr.Matthew Blockley.April 4, 2015 at 11:15 PM


    The problem is Archbishop Apiron has so seriously divided the catholic community on Guam many have been led away from the truth of the church. Many do not even know the Sacraments they participate in are illicit. For sure if you or your family are nearing death best to receive the anointing of the sick the last rites from a non neo priest. It is a tragic state of affairs that Archbishop Apuron has led the archdiocese into.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The biggest tragedy is Apuron knowingly leading others down the wrong path. I feel sorry for the lost souls in our community but then, on the other hand, they have themselves to blame too.

      Delete
  5. .... nope, they're just mad because you speak the truth. . . very mad.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Open note to our Neo-friends--comprehend this before it is too late, "Facts are many, but the truth is one"
    Rabindranath Tagore
    Do not lose yourself to a false prophet..."Though the Bible does not use the word “cult,” the idea is there—at least in seed form. It is represented by the Greek term hairesis, rendered “sect,” which derives from a root meaning “to choose.” W. E. Vine suggests that it hints of a self-willed opinion that rejects the authority of truth, leads to division, and the causes the formation of a sect"

    ReplyDelete
  7. Marilu D. MartinezApril 5, 2015 at 8:47 PM

    To the faithful Katoliku: Keep Speaking The Truth and Parish On!

    ReplyDelete

Recommendations by JungleWatch