Tuesday, May 26, 2015

SOME FUN WITH DIANA

Diana




DianaMay 25, 2015 at 9:44 PM
Dear Anonymous at 6:58 pm,

Tim Rohr already said that the Archbishop is frolicking around the world while the Archdiocese burn, and he publishes a photo at a time when the Archbishop returned from Israel. Why didn't he publish a photo of the Archbishop frolicking in the Philippines? Or Rome? Or even Paris?

I have said many times that Tim Rohr and the Latin Traditional Catholics are fellow Catholics and brothers. The enemy had always been Satan. Unfortunately, all Tim has been doing for almost two years is bashing the Archbishop and the NCW. He never had anything good to say in his blog. It is almost two years since Father Paul and Monsignor James was removed.........and so far, what has he gotten????? Anthony Apuron is STILL the Archbishop. You can complain to Rome with letters and photos all you want, but it has already been almost two years.


First, the misuse of the English language, extremely pedantic grammatical construction, and the usual imbecilic inanities, not to mention "her" previous reference to me as a "plumber", reconfirm my belief in just who exactly "Diana" is. And how sad that we actually pay her salary. But beyond the coward and perverted "Christian" witness that she is, let's have some fun with her little comment.


Latin Traditional Catholic. LOL.

She refers to "Tim Rohr and the Latin Traditional Catholics". LOL. What are those? This is the result of pure KAKA-think (KAKA: Kiko Arguello Kool Aid). Only KAKA-think people divide real Catholics into groups. They do this because they already see themselves as separate and, of course, superior to the rest of us. 

There is no such thing as a Latin Traditional Catholic. There is the Latin Rite. There is Tradition. And there is Catholic. But there is no "Latin Traditional Catholic." If a description is needed, I am a "Latin Rite Catholic", as is most of the Catholic world. The fact that I prefer the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (Latin Rite) does not make me a "Traditional Catholic". It makes me a Catholic of the Roman Rite. 

I have also warned those who oppose the Neocatechumenal Way NOT to get trapped into applying the label "traditional" to themselves. They are simply Catholics, Latin Rite Catholics. The Neo's, insofar as they disregard their own statute and view the liturgical books as mere suggestions, are NOT Catholic, and their practices are to be considered ILLICIT. 

Father Paul and Msgr. James

Diana the dingbat says: "It is almost two years since Father Paul and Monsignor James was removed....". Ummm, first Diana, a little English help for you. Since the subject is plural, the verb should be "were", not "was". Here, I'll fix it for you: "It is almost two years since Father Paul and Monsignor James WERE removed..." 

You're welcome. (It's amazing that they let you run a seminary. No wonder we can't understand the fools they put through there.)

Oh, and Diana, it appears that you need a little help with math as well. Msgr. James was removed as rector of the Cathedral on July 26, 2014. It is now May 26, 2015. In two months it will be ONE year since Msgr. James was removed. So we're not even at a year yet. 

And as regards Fr. Paul, we learned from the Apostolic Visitors that Apuron never sent Fr. Paul's case to Rome. Fr. Paul learned this at the meeting he had with them in January, even though Apuron did everything he could to make sure that Fr. Paul would NOT have an opportunity to meet them.

They informed Fr. Paul at the meeting that they had never received his case file from Apuron, making all of Apuron's comments about how we should "just let the canonical process take it's course", and he can do nothing because "it is in Rome's hands", nothing more than the big usual "Apuron Lies" that we are quite used to from him. 

Fr. Paul had to personally hand the visitors the case file during their visit this past January, so that means Rome has only been aware of the case for less than five months. So much for your two years. But then you're probably using a Kiko calendar. 

Apuron

Diana seems to think that we care about what Rome does. Some of the commenters on this blog may care, but I don't. My aim from the beginning, and it continues to be my aim today, is not for Rome to see the mess that is the Archdiocese of Agana, but for the WORLD to see...to see and be warned.
  • To be warned of the grave evils of Kiko Arugello. 
  • To be warned of what happens when Kiko gets a bishop drunk on KAKA. 
  • To be warned of Kiko's "stealth Arianism" which teaches that Jesus is not equal to the Father, that Jesus Christ "is a sinner".  
  • To be warned of Kiko's evil heresy which teaches total disregard for the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and sets up a parallel and heretical hierarchy.
For this reason, it behooves us to keep Apuron around. While some are anxious to get rid of him, I see him as useful. Nowhere on this planet do we have a better opportunity to make visible to the world the grave evils and heresies of the Neocatechumenal Way as fully manifested in a bishop who has sold his soul to a man in return for a promise that he would be elevated to Cardinal.

At least Judas got thirty pieces of silver. 




21 comments:

  1. The fact that Apuron never submitted Fr. Paul's appeal to Rome is a travesty. Apuron is canonically obligated to do so. But then again, I am not surprised. The man has no conscience.

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  2. Home run, Tim.

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  3. Diana has an amazing ability to shoot herself in the foot, when she is better served by putting that foot in her mouth.

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    1. Diana now teaching the beliefs of Islam. Incorrectly, of course. On to the next subject to deflect, Team Diana. We haven't forgotten the frolicking foto.

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    2. I wish Diana would shoot herself in the face with a shotgun and remove all evidence of her evil gaze.

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  4. Sorry to repeat the quote, but it is so very appropriate here.
    “The Devil fights from behind barricades of linguistic complexity, but the war of words will be won by those armed only with simplistic truths”
    ― Dean Cavanagh

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  5. interestingly enough, the Neo violate liturgical norms, but so does the Latin Mass on Guam... The document from Pope Benedict says that the liturgy of 1962 is to be used, as does the one from St. JPII, but then you have that 2nd penitential rite thing before the communion, and the prayers after the mass, both of which are REMOVED from the liturgy of the John XXIII '62 Missal. Sounds like the same crap in both, one infraction is just as bad as the other in both Neo & Latin Masses.

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    1. LOL. The "prayers after the Mass" are just that: "prayers after the Mass". They are not part of the Mass. The church does not define what prayers you can say or cannot say AFTER the Mass. The only thing the 1962 Missal did was remove the requirement for them, just as the requirement for women to wear a veil had been once upon a time removed, but the recommendation remained. As for the 2nd penitential rite, LOL, we have verbal permission from Pope Benedict. And if you have any doubts, just check with Kiko. LOL.

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    2. And speaking of prayers after mass, how many more prayers is the Archbishop going to add before and after Mass?? People just racing and mumbling through. Lost all meaning. Just another thing to make us so unique. Does NCW say all those prayers? Hmmmmm?

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    3. Yes, actually there should be no extra prayers BEFORE the final blessing. In the extraordinary form the "prayers after Mass" come after the Final Blessing and Dismissal .

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    4. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaMay 26, 2015 at 3:12 PM

      Anonymous (May 26, 2015 at 2:14 PM) has pointed out an interesting phenomenon — especially one that exists at the Cathedral-Basilica.

      Like most parishes, before Mass begins at the C-B, the congregation prays the "Respect Life Prayer" and the "Prayer for the Support of Marriage and the Family." As Anonymous observed, people pretty much race/mumble through them and the prayers don't appear to have affected the high abortion rates and/or the push for SSMs on Guam. And, like most parishes, the congregation prays for the "Intercession of Blessed Diego" before the Final Blessing.

      FINALLY, the C-B has the additional "Prayers for the Plenary Indulgence" in celebration of the Jubilee Year, also before the Final Blessing. I wonder how many people actually believe they're receiving the Plenary Indulgence without having fulfilled the requirements.

      The only thing that is added after the Final Blessing and Dismissal is the APPLAUSE.

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    5. # 503 of the General Rubrics of the Roman Missal states (it is in the Missale Romanum decreed on June 23, 1962):

      503. Quoties sancta Communio infra Missam
      distribuitur, celebrans, sumpto sacratissimo Sanguine,
      omissis confessione et absolutione, dictis
      tamen Ecce Agnus Dei et ter Domine, non sum dignus,
      immediate ad distributionem sanctae Eucharistiae
      procedit.

      I think this should resolve the issue with the Confiteor before the communion of the faithful.

      503. When Holy Communion is distributed within Mass, the celebrant, once the Most Holy Blood has been consumed, the confession and absolution having been omitted, Ecce Agnus Dei and Domine, non sum dignus having been said thrice, procedes immediately to the distribution of the Holy Eucharist

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    6. As has often been the case, whenever there has been liturgical reform, where a particular practice is established, it’s continuation may be tolerated.

      The 2nd Confiteor is not said just at Extraordinary Form Masses on Guam, but all over the world, including EF Masses said by Cardinals and by clerical communities totally dedicated to the EF (FSSP, Institute of Christ the King).

      The very president of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos), overseeing the Extraordinary Form, has said Masses which included the 2nd confiteor, including this one in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel of St. Peters:

      http://www.lmschairman.org/2011/12/fiuv-general-assembly-photos-pontifical.html

      Because this particular form of the Roman Rite was artificially abrogated 50 years ago, there is not a tradition or “established practice” that we can look to. Those who want to say this form of the Mass must look to the Commission established by the pope as directed in Summorum Pontificum:

      Art. 11. The Pontifical Commission "Ecclesia Dei", erected by John Paul II in 1988 (5), continues to exercise its function. Said Commission will have the form, duties and norms that the Roman Pontiff wishes to assign it.

      Art. 12. This Commission, apart from the powers it enjoys, will exercise the authority of the Holy See, supervising the observance and application of these dispositions.

      Why don’t you want to use your name?

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  6. Fr. Paul Gofigan was ousted nearly 2 years ago in July after Gennarini's visit to Guam. Msgr. Benavente was ousted nearly 1 year ago in July after Gennarini's visit. I dread whatever will happen this coming July after Gennarini's next visit...

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    1. Gennarini's coming, Gennarini's coming, OH, MY!!!

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    2. Sure the Big G's ate coming. They have to make sure the newly ordained deacon is ready for his ordination as presbyter. PITI get ready! Your pastor is retiring in September.

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    3. When Gennrarini comes can we find out how seminarians are granted an undergraduate degree in order to be granted the Pontifical Degree?? There are seminarians who came with high school or less. Where are they receiving the basics?? Let's start with that. Will Pat C. Be here too for the decision making for OUR Archdiocese? Are any of our local clergy in on the decision making? (Ones who haven't been corrupted)????? This is part of transparency

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  7. That picture of you TIM?? you love looking at yourself in the mirror. the real TIM. Satan love you baby }:-<>

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    1. You up at 2am again Rudy? At least I hope you're in the rectory and not down the street.

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    2. Rudy, we asked you how you like your Ordinaries photograph, not Tim's. Did you just get in? You need your rest. Don't be so grouchy.

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    3. A system without God at the center becomes a tyranny, Arch A Bishop. Why do I feel like I'm living under a tyrant? Not good feeling.

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