Wednesday, June 17, 2015

DIANA GIVES IT AWAY. LOL!


Dear Anonymous at 12:29 pm

The jungle have always been blasting the Archbishop, so that is nothing new. However, Anonymous at 10:38 am pointed out that the jungle is also blasting Rome. They're saying that Rome doesn't care. They do not understand the reason for Rome's silence. Rome remains silent and does nothing because they support Archbishop Apuron. The Archbishop already said that he has the support of the Pope. Yet, they continue to write their letters and continue to be frustrated of Rome's silence simply because they do not understand. They see Pope Francis removing other Bishops due to graft or corruption, but Pope Francis does not remove the Archbishop of Guam. They do not understand that the Archbishop has done no corruption in removing Father Paul and Monsignor James. There was no corruption in having a perpetual deed on the RM Seminary. There was no corruption in setting up the RM Seminary or the John Paul II seminary. And there was no corruption in denying sponsorship to Aaron Quitugua.  

To the Archbishop, have courage. You followed the Pope when he told you to meet with the parishes. We are all praying for you. Continue to meet with the parishes and remember that the jungle is only a very very small group. They do not represent the entire Catholic faithful. The majority has always been with you. 


LOL. So Apuron is not meeting with the parishes because he cares and because that's his duty, he's meeting with the parishes because Rome told him to do so. Of course we knew that. Apuron hasn't cared about the people of this Archdiocese for three decades, but nice to have Diana confirm this. Oh, and by the way, Diana, THAT's the REAL corruption!

P.S. There is a difference between those who comment on this blog and its administrator, me. I DO KNOW why Rome is silent. Rome is always silent. They do not broadcast what they are going to do. BTW, your dear Apuron got a call last Friday. Apparently they received one of the shoes and thought they'd let Brother Tony know. 

19 comments:

  1. I thought it kind of odd when he mentioned that it has been 13 ( unlucky number) since he has made a parish visit. Unlucky he was, as the parishioners of Toto asked questions. Unlucky for the parishioners of Toto not to get straight answers.

    BTW, is Johnny Q back? I thought I saw him at the Fiesta procession right behind the Archbishop with a few other guards. He too, was at th Q&A sesdion.....I forgot, must be driving the AAA again! Seems everyone the heat is up, h comes running from SF. Probably afraid the John T. was on a plane here for the fiesta!

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    1. Meant to say 13 YEARS

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  2. Good 'ol Pizza Pius. Consoling Brother Ton. Nice. Too bad you don't understand that you are the one who screwed him. Dumb and dumber.

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  3. What else did ROME tell you, your Excellency??? Hmmm?? Make pastoral visits, and???? The deed??? Hmmmm?

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  4. "The jungle is a very very small group" - with 3 MILLION+ viewers!

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  5. Ha! "...the majority has always been with you"! What a joke.

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  6. Let's put Diana's assumption to the test! Every parish should conduct a poll to see which side they are on: Neo or Non-Neo. Majority rules!

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  7. That's pageviews, not viewers, Anon 6:28 pm, but you're right. The number of people who support Tim and this blog can hardly be considered "very, very small". In your dreams, "Diana". Or Zoltan's.

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  8. Fr. Matthew BlockleyJune 17, 2015 at 9:27 PM


    He used and abused all of you for thirty years and it took Junglewatch to let three million readers know that the catholic church on Guam is ruled by a dictator who is not in communion with the See of Peter. This is the tragedy of all. A man who has divided the entire church and it will take a decade from the day the dictator leaves to clean up thirty years of a total failed leadership. the greatest fault of all he betrayed the church the people of God, his own blood. No respect for culture, no sense of a cultural identity for he sold his soul for thirty pieces of silver to a foreigner. Only you the people of Guam can rise up in power against the dictator.

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  9. Hateful priest. Shameful attitude. Just saying.

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  10. 3 million page views. Not readers.

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  11. The victims have come forward and it has all been a lie. You cannot hide the truth. The truth must always set free. And, I am deeply grateful to those men who came forward. Ti mamaigu Si Yu'os! God never sleeps!

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  12. To those that view Rome as uncaring or unwilling to aid Guam, I ask you to consider that…….

    Rome has been dealing with the sorrowful mysteries of kiko and his “way” far longer than we have with our tony, we created tony, I know it’s hard to believe, but we did……. It’s our sword to bear…..

    Rome, and the neo-infected cities worldwide, looks to Guam, and it’s concerned catholic citizens as the model to follow in their own fight with this neo-infestation…….. Guam “where the “way” went wrong”

    Rome considers this religious conflict as a “war of attrition” we are many, we are armed, and above ALL we are the light in the darkness within tony and the misled “way”……

    Rome knows it has mud on their face; their concern is that this remains a fair fight; they know we will struggle, that we will endure, they also know nothing can be taken, that we don’t give away

    Last but not least – our tony – tony is as tony does - tony is the petri dish of any doctor of mental health in psychology today, a doctor’s wet dream, he is, tony-misguided or tony-misled, or the puppet of pius, we need tony, only thru tony can we truly see the sorrow in the fruits of the way……

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    1. Sorry, Frankie, the WAY is growing by leaps and bounds. Now joining ranks of the episcopacy!

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    2. Only in your dream!!! Earth to Anon 9:10 am- Kiko's failed escapade on Guam has been a dismal failure. The good news is now the whole wide Catholic World have a "Guam model" that they could follow in removing this heretic cancer from the Church!!! The longer Tony stays on, the more people are exposed the the destructive SECT that NCW is. To the Way Please gone aWAY!

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    3. Great post, Frankie! I share your sentiments completely!

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  13. See Deacon Keith Fournier, “Archbishop John Nienstedt: A Good Bishop Steps Aside for the Good of the Church,” Catholic Online, Mon., June 15, 2015, available at http://www.catholic.org/news/national/story.php?id=61245 .

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    1. Thank you CNMI Lawyer for sharing what a true shepherd should do. I am not familiar with this Bishop, but even if he made a mistake, at least he sees a justified solution and humbly realizes he is no longer effective as a leader. God bless him for showing courage and dignity.

      Our Archbishop Apuron on the other hand, will not go gently into that goodnight because he doesn't see that anything is wrong. As plain as day is the deception and brokeness of his administration and his response to the parishes: " Only Rome can remove me"

      Here is the transcript provided from the CNMI Lawyer link:

      "This good Bishop stepped aside for the good of the Church he serves. He embodies the words of Augustine - For you I am the bishop; with you I am a Christian.

      His words were clear and humble - "In order to give the Archdiocese a new beginning amidst the many challenges we face, I have submitted my resignation as Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis to our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and I have just received word that he has accepted it.The Catholic Church is not our Church, but Christ's Church, and we are merely stewards for a time. My leadership has unfortunately drawn attention away from the good works of His Church and those who perform them. Thus, my decision to step down".- Archbishop John Nienstedt

      So, why did he step down? I believe it was precisely because Archbishop John Nienstedt understands the nature of his office - and that it has been entrusted to him for the Church. In one of his pastoral letters, the Bishop of Hippo, St. Augustine, wrote concerning being a Bishop, - Believe me, brothers and sisters, if what I am for you frightens me, what I am with you reassures me. For you I am the bishop; with you I am a Christian."

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  14. Frankie-Amen, Amen, Amen- Please continue your insightful postings, they are not only on point but beautifully presented. Please continue your posts. Very enjoyable.

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