Wednesday, April 1, 2015

WHAT PETITION?

Got this:
"I attended mass this pass Sunday at Barrigada and was told by Fr. Adrian that there was a petition circulating to remove the archbishop and he said not to sign it."
My note: I know of no such petition. But that's a good idea. Maybe put Fr. Adrian on the same petition. I think he's making that up though.

25 comments:

  1. For once, Fr. Adrian has come up with a good idea. If someone came to me with a petition to remove Apuron, I"ll gladly sign it. Why not separate petitions for all the fools on the hill, as well?

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    1. Please do not fall for their lead into making US look like we are the "instigators" of "The Rebellion". It is obviously a ploy that Fr. Adrian wants us to perpetuate through the Jungle Watch blog. What an all time low ploy this is. At least know we do have SOME intelligence and scruples. Sad!

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    2. There was no petition. Fr. crystal no balls invented the story to get some attention on Junglewatch page. Adrian wants Jungle attention as he considers himself leading candidate to become next Archbishop of Guam. In deep recess of his mind he wants Tony removed to fast forward him becoming Archbishop. Still smoking Adrian?

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  2. Sounds like the puppetmaster is at it again. I bet Adrian wants the Archbishop removed via petitioin and this is his way of getting it done without claiming direct responsibility.

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    1. 10.46pm. Of cors Adrian wants Archbishop removed. This is why the game being exposed in the Jungle is so amusing to readers. we know games Adrian plays and so does Rome.

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  3. Our universal battle cry is present in turtle's statement....
    Real Eyes
    Realize
    Real Lies
    Sorry pale Adrian but if you were on the petition massive multitudes would sign it in an instant.
    Go back to Denver.

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    1. Go back to Denver smoke your "pot"

      Guam don't want you.

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  4. Another lie. Trying to get sympathy.

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  5. what a jiver!!! what the priests don't have to keep the commandment about lying? gimme a break!

    tell you what, if somebody makes a petition, let me know. I will donate 5 cases of copy paper and use of my xerox machine to circulate.

    shut up fr. adrian! you're pretty close to about pathological like fr. david and that foolio on the hill.

    shut up.

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  6. I've been praying, but maybe we need to act now. Thanks Father Adrian for the info! And by the way, everyone has free will to vote and sign what they feel in their hearts. So do not tell me what to do. I have lost respect for you and all the other Neo priest who I do not even acknowledged as real Priest in my heart. You guys are have really segregated yourself on your own. And Enjoy using Bishop Gym this weekend for your personal Neo Easter Vigil. What a joke and another slap to our face. So who pays the power bill? The parents of the kids who attend BBMS? Finally found a place with no windows? And again don't have to pay??? You guys are like unwanted guest who refuse to leave our house.....

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    1. I am an OBISPO (BBMS) Parent, and I am very upset if this is true. We should not be hosting some special interest group that has caused division within our Church. So what now, maybe we need to pull out kids out of Catholic Schools in order to really stop the flow of $ and resources to the NCW on Guam? This is very disturbing. I hope the media follows this story. Shame on them for exploiting our children's school.

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    2. Classic Neos for you. Take, take and take.

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    3. Didn't AAA have his community vigil mass at his Alma mater..The FD CHAPEL?

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  7. More wise words from the diana. I guess evangelization didn't appear in the catholic church until the 60s.


    DianaApril 1, 2015 at 7:28 PM
    Dear Tun Pedro Santos,

    Before the NCW came to Guam, did your tradition go out to evangelize??? Guam used to be 98% Catholic. Then the Protestant Christians and the Jehovah Witnesses came. They went out to evangelize and took away many of our Catholic brothers that Guam dwindled down to 85% Catholic. Did your tradition do anything to bring them back or even to keep them from straying??? Did your tradition go out to evangelize???

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    1. LOL. You mean that's what they're doing when they invade our Masses and suck our parishes dry? You mean that's what they're doing when they steal our property and publicly malign our priests? You mean that's what they're doing when they hide sex offending clerics? LOL!

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    2. I was bothered by the tone that is depicted in her reply to Tun Pedro....all the question marks to me indicate disbelief, scolding, in your face questioning. (Pls correct me if I'm wrong about the meaning of multiple question marks.) So I went to the Diana blog to look for it and found the entry. Tun Pedro's questions were simple, explaining he's sad about the division and was comfortable with the old way; his sadness came through his words.

      This is an example of NCW not being culturally respectful. "Tun" is an indicator of an elderly man, deserving of respect. If you disagree with him, you respectfully state your reasons. You don't come back at him like Diana did. [smh] I see the problem in Japan.

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    3. Actually, The Diana does us a favor here. I have been quite outspoken at the village meetings about using "the old ways" or "our traditions" as useful for any sort of standing in our opposition to the Neocatechumenal Way.

      The liturgy of the Neocatechumenal Way is actually much more closely related to the Mass people currently attend (the Mass of Paul VI - aka Novus Ordo/Ordinary Form) than it is to the Mass their ancestors actually attended (the Mass of Pius V - aka Tridentine/Extraordinary Form) and which provided them the basis of the faith that withstood the horrors of WWII as well as centuries of natural calamities.

      We are NEVER going to win if we just say all we want to do is to cling to our old ways because what we call our "old ways" today were once new, and in the case of the way we worship, they were radically "new" only a few decades ago.

      No, we must oppose the Neocatechumenal Way based on the documentable and evidential damage perpetrated by its leadership and its own flagrant departure from the norms given it by Rome.

      I understand that this is harder to do, that this takes education. Well good. Because it was the lack of education that let this thing in here in the first place. Just getting rid of it because you don't like it simply leaves the door open for the next aberration.

      See you at the next meeting.

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  8. Adrian rarely speaks truth.

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  9. Yes, if there was a petition to remove Adrian, EVERYONE I know would sign in a heartbeat. Be careful Adrian, things are backfiring on you. Peace brother. Try to have a happy Easter.

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  10. TIM steal our property, Your Island, go home back to Baldwin Park they probably won't want you there either. just leave the people alone

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    1. Yes, this is what small people do when they can't refute the truth. They attack the person who is telling it. However your insult is not to me but to the intelligent people who can think and act on their own. Obviously something you can't do. You sound like Apuron.

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    2. Another neo-speak, allow me to translate

      Neo-nonymous April 3, 2015 at 2:02 AM states
      TIM steal our property, Your Island, go home back to Baldwin Park they probably won't want you there either. just leave the people alone

      translation
      TIM steal our property, = tony stole your property, we’re told not speak of evil

      Your Island, = we’re told pius founded island, tony ruler, again not speak of evil

      go home back to Baldwin Park they probably won't want you there either.= we’re told we CAN NOT quit neo, we’re told if we leave NO ONE WILL LOVE US

      just leave the people alone = we’re told not neo, is NOT LOVED

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  11. Having been out of the limelight for several weeks, Adrian is so jealous.
    A pathetic way to get back in front of the scene.
    Really Adrian!!!

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  12. Presbyter Adrian (PA) is a joke. Always using his homily time to serve his personal agendas. During one of his greatest homilies, PA reminded all non-neo parishioners that the church is NOT a democracy. We should all obey the Archbishop without question.

    I beg to differ. We are all free to make our own choices. If there was a real petition to remove the AAA I would gladly sign it. Now I just don't give ANY money to the Archdiocese and don't listen to PA anymore.

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