Thursday, April 16, 2015

TODAY

Prayer Service at Cathedral Basilica – April 16th

A prayer service will be held on Thursday, April 16 at 5:00 pm with Rosary at 5:30  pm in the front of the Cathedral Basilica. Please join us in prayer.
Katoliku tees can be picked up  at 4:30 pm on that day….

9 comments:

  1. Vice rector Mike! Grab your Camera. Monsignor David go out and meet and greet and take a collection.

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    1. Good opportunity to sell "I LOVE THE ARCHBISHOP" T-shirts by deacon Tenorio. Back of the T-shirt has the words "Give Me Cashee"

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    2. Just passed by the Cathedral, saw Fr Mike on a ladder inspecting the security cameras.

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    3. Careful up there, Father Mike, the higher the monkey climbs the tree, the more of his behind you see!

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  2. Joe R. San AgustinApril 16, 2015 at 12:58 PM

    While we continue to do what we need to do, let us not waver in our campaign of prayer as well. If my memory serves me well, the battle at Lepanto was won by the intercessory power of prayer. If most everyone who engages in this blog in support of true reconciliation, harmony and peace within our Church, would attend tonight's prayer service at the Cathedral (and other prayer events coming up), perhaps our God will hear our prayer and heal our land. Thank you Terri, Lou, Dwaye and many others leading us in this effort. God bless us all. - jrsa.

    PS: I'll probably keep saying this till I'm blue in the fact, but "if my people, who are called by My Name shall humble themselves and pray,and seek My Face, and turn from their wicked ways: then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." (2 Chronicles 7:14)

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  3. Deacon Tenorio pathetic creature.

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  4. Janet B - MangilaoApril 16, 2015 at 3:23 PM

    Hello Tim. It has been nearly 100 days since that fateful visit by the Roman delegation. They must have been aghast at all they saw and heard. We understand the whole Church has eyes focused on Guam, praying that this drama will come to an end, hoping Tony will take the necessary steps to bring order back to his subjects. But so far...nothing.

    Certainly one of the big issues was his deception against the people of Guam AND the Roman Curia. To give away the seminary property for no compensation was not only a crime against the people, but a clear violation of Canon Law. The roman trinity must have ordered Tony to get this property back by having his exercise the control he claims he has over the seminary and remove the deed of restriction.

    This has not happened, therefore we can conclude several things.
    1.) First, Tony lied to the Curia about his standing with the seminary...he does not have control over it.
    2.) If he doesn't have control over this asset we can conclude that Claudia and Giuseppi Gennarini have controlling interest in our seminary.
    3.) Since they have refused to give back what rightfully belongs to the people of Guam, we must also conclude that they have no care for the people of Guam, but merely in the assets they wish to suck from our purses.
    4.) The tremendous wealth accumulated by kiko worldwide is derived from this same deceptive thievery wherever the kikos set up shop. They talk big about missions, but they don't go to impoverished lands...simply because there is no money there. How many communities have been established in Rowanda, Sri Lanka, Iran, or Vietnam? Or any other place where poverty is the norm?

    Maybe a fall back solution is to trade with them. Since they are currently harboring a fugitive from justice in Israel, why not deed the Domus Galilaeae to the Archdiocese of Agana in perpetuity? I went to the website at:

    http://www.domusgalilaeae.org/?church,29

    and it looks pretty nice. I especially liked the photos of Carmen preaching during the mass, and the women priestesses in attendance. Go to the web site if you do not believe me.

    They took ours, so I think we should get theirs in return. Once we have the deed we can get rid of that garish artwork and women priests, and turn it into a proper house of True Catholic Worship. Then we will have to decide where to send Fr Camacho...(DOC maybe)

    If the kikos ever get tired of Guam (because we have effectively cut off the money supply) and decide to leave, at least we will have something to trade with them so we can finally get our Yona property back.

    What do you all think?

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  5. Realistically? Janet: the presbyters do not belong to a religious order. They are priests of the Archdiocese of Agana ( unless they personally choose to excardinate). And, the community members are locals. Doubtful they will all leave for San Diego! A new local ordinary can stop the operation of the seminary under Neo direction. Father PIUS and Pat will be history. They people will wake up stripped of their family, friends and possessions and wonder how they has been so brainwashed. At this point, the whole process might wind up being a hundred year , not days, situation. Apuron will be long gone. True Catholic life will have to be lived radically for people to be attracted. In the meanwhile, keep your eyes on world conditions. Could change things a lot. Happened before in Guam! Let us pray and sacrifice. How we ever let Apuron and the dings lungs get away with all of this is unreal.

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