Sunday, June 7, 2015

IT'S YOUR FAULT

Found posted on the wall of Santa Barbara Church. And yes it is...his fault.


The letter is Apuron's statement about the recent legalization of same-sex marriage on Guam. Of course he didn't write a word of this. 

Much was made recently of Ireland being the most Catholic nation in the world and its recent legalization of same-sex marriage. However, Guam, if considered as a "nation", is more Catholic than Ireland per capita, and is thus the most Catholic nation in the world and, thanks to Apuron, same-sex marriage is now legal here. How does it feel to once again be a world leader archbishop? 

Thirty years of your reign of terror and twenty years of the NCW and we kill a baby a day, lead the world in divorce, lead the nation in suicide, lead the nation in child abuse, lead the nation in rape...and now you are the same-sex marriage bishop. 

Or are you going to blame this on the judge?



35 comments:

  1. Please read today's UMATUNA Si YU'OS "Pinagat Atsubispo Ku'chino Anthony Sablan Apuron...Ahi ti Kapuchino na Kuchino ya'ke pago ha publilika esti na atbis'so na pinagat. Malo'fan atra sao, Sin`niot. ISAO'MU NAI ESTI! THIS IS YOUR FAULT!

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  2. Gotta love the last sentence, "The truth will set us free." AAA is so lost in his lies that he actually believes them to be true. Truly a tortured soul.

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  3. Richard NochefrancaJune 8, 2015 at 5:41 AM

    No one respects you and your self glorious title. best use of your stationary is in the restroom as toilet paper. After all the evil you have done to our Holy Priest and flock, I'm troubled that you still consider yourself as Guam's Spiritual Shepherd. History will show that your evil deeds is equal to Adolf Hitler, as you tried to exterminate the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church on Guam. KATOLIKU: "Sprit come into our hearts today; Spririt come show us the way.

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  4. Our Island is soul-less & on her way to Martyrdom.
    Archbishop Apuron trying to defend the Catholic Church from legalizing the same sex marriage with all the corruption he's done through his leadership seems he was not the person that the same sex union wanted to hear from. May have just made matters worst according to their comments made were strictly disrespectful to him. God forgive and save us for we do not know what we do.

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  5. Correction ANON @6:41AM....We know what we do.... The big question is does NEO Cult Presbyter Apuron know that his bountiful web of lies and deception has caused him to be a complete failure as Guam's Spiritual Shepherd? The answer is NO! He continues to live life like a king "no one can touch me attitude" and that he is the victim. Just look at NEO/NCW Cult Diana's or Pius's post yesterday where they state that the NCW celebrates only one mass and that by having more than one mass to choose from, we the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church have not learned to sacrifice and put God first. AAA's continued silence endorses that we are not Catholic and the NEO/NCW is and will only be the means to obtain salvation. Wake-up Guam.... NEO Presbyter Apuron did not build your parish....You and your ancestors did through their blood and sweat. Stop these NEO/NCW CULT Members who say we the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church are not worthy of salvation unless we join their NEO CULT. Let KIKO use his ill gotten money and get their own place to worship....Stop them from using/abusing your parish resources for their Anti-Catholic Liturgy. KATOLIKU: "Sprit come into our hearts today; Spririt come show us the way.

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  6. aaa soul less brain less administration.

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  7. I don't even pick up the Umatuna any more! Why should I? It's an exclusive source for neo only news and propaganda!.

    We should let it pile up thereby sending aaa the message that no non-neo reads it so aaa should simply require only the neo communities to fund its existence!

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  8. Janet B - MangilaoJune 8, 2015 at 3:53 PM

    Nice line, Tony...
    "The truth will set you free"
    How's your bondage working out for you?

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  9. Just an idea: a new Guam law on chemical castration. Hmmm, call me Caitlin, I mean, call me tony.

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  10. Tim, what are you gonna do about the same sex marriages that are legal now?

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    1. LOL. Ummm, marry my boyfriend? LOL.

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  11. Sadly, another example of what lies and cover up can lead to.
    After settling with hundreds of victims, the Archdiocese of Minneapolis/St-Paul thought their problems were behind them.
    Declaring bankruptcy was also a way to protect the "Church".....
    Unfortunately, they had not planned on that latest development which made the headlines in MN on Thursday and Friday, with ample coverage of local and national radio and TV.
    See the link:
    www.startribune.com/archdiocese-charged-with-failing-toprotect-clergy-abuse-victims/306290431
    A first in the litany of terrible consequences that poor leadership in our church has brought on all of us. May be it will inspire some courageous DA on Guam.

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  12. I apologize for being off post topic, but, I noticed that Mr. Eusebio's funeral will be held on Saturday at the Barrigada church. I know of a few families that were told they could not have their loved one's funeral on a Saturday! I mean no disrespect to him, but it seems like his son has no qualms about flaunting his power! smh

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    1. That the neos remain silent about the deception and lies of apron is deafening. The resources of our parishes do NOT belong to them yet they push TRUE CATHOLICS around. That is why they cannot coexist in our parishes! Build you own church and call your cult something else. You are not Catholics!!!

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    2. Barrigada parishioners understand that their church is now the neo cathedral and neo rules apply. Most people in the parish take their funerals where they can be accommodated by real Catholic priests. If you want preferential treatment, join the neos and give $30,000 to them every year. Sad fact, folks. Sorry your parish has been hijacked.

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  13. Hmmmm, seems Michael Voris knows where Guam is.

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    1. Same sex "marriage" is a dubious distinction.

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    2. I hope Micael Voris shines the spotlight our way. We have spineless politicians who claim to be Catholic yet allow the social climate to influence their decisions, never mind that they are going against their faith by not making a stand and being complicit.
      How can these politicians go up and receive the Eucharist knowing they failed to defend the faith?

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  14. In the Jungle, the quiet Jungle....

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  15. Joseph A. SantosJune 9, 2015 at 7:35 AM

    Just a thought. Tony let his Neo slip show in his weekly borrowed post about the Eucharist being a meal. Even Father Robert Baron from the church of nice, emphasizes that most focus on the "supper", but the first and second readings from Sunday speak to the Eucharist as a "sacrifice". Jesus blessing of the bread and wine as his body and blood fulfill the need of the sacrifice and therefore we have a bloodless sacrifice at every Mass. Why do the Neos ignore this critical element in our Faith? Kiko makes new rules and the lemmings dance? Just asking.

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  16. Ignatius Press

    Message from Cardinal Sarah to participants of "Sacra Liturgia 2015" event in NYC

    "One cannot encounter God, my brothers and sisters, without trembling, without awe, without profound respect and holy fear."

    The Church’s liturgy is given to us in tradition—it is not for us to make up the rites we celebrate or to change them to suit ourselves or our own ideas beyond the legitimate options permitted by the liturgical books. That is why we must celebrate the Sacred Liturgy faithfully, with that reverence and awe of which I spoke earlier.

    Robert Cardinal Sarah
    Prefect
    Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments

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  17. Kimchee Cashee, Corridos plenty free food for Archie. Yummeeee.

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  18. Lagu Sanitation, plentee Cashee.

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  19. Keep the Neo apuron and Neo hierarchy, so we can have more presbyters de-virginizing our children in recreational sites: Presbyter Lu*s at Rizal Beach with a 17 year old consenting child.

    Hire Neo teachers and staff in our schools, private and public, so they can prey on the students: examples: Ms. Ba*a, the sexting teacher from the recently closed St. Thomas HS & Mr. Tais*p*c, student groping (and rubbing his crotch on a girl student) staff

    We all forget WAY TOO QUICKLY. Please make another "grocery list" of what apuron and the neos have been doing. We, Catholic Church are so forgiving and forgetful.

    End this nightmare.

    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH apuron and neos!

    Get the hell off our island!

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  20. sad and tragic as these latest events are, they're now in the past. so the best we can do is learn from them, work in the present, and look toward the future.

    so, what can we do and what should we do now? as a lay Catholic, i would have wished to specifically look to the bishop to give instruction on how to live a Christian life in the midst of these new civil laws.

    for starters, guam has a very large number of government workers. it would be good if the bishop and pastors taught these workers how to continue working in their jobs and provide for their families, while remaining faithful to Christian moral teaching. for example, translate words like 'formal' and 'material' cooperation to the rest of us who didn't take years of philosophy and theology. sadly, though, i see little evidence that apuron and some of his pastors have the courage or the skill to do this.

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    1. Sadly Rey,, it takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch....This is a true instruction I and other new officers in the Army received from our brigade commander. If you see garbage in the ground and fail to pick it up, you as a leader have set new a bar of what type of leader you are. Presbyter Anthony Apuron through his abuse of parish priests and constant deceptive lies to the flock has set the bar of the type of leader he is....Morally and Ethically, I and 80% of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church has lost any faith on his leadership abilities. His actions and words will go from one ear and out the other. Best move forward is for a new spiritual leader to be appointed. Until then, we will only listen to the NON-NEO Priests that have earned our respect through their words and actions. As Diana stated, there is a BIG Difference between NEO and NON-NEO Catholics. According to her, we the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church (NON-NEOs) have not learned to sacrifice and put God first. AAA's continued silence endorses that we are not Catholic and the NEO/NCW CULT is and will only be the means to obtain salvation. I strongly recommend that we boycott all masses preached by a NEO/NCW Cult Presbyter.

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    2. true. i forgot to mention a crucial point, which is that apuron and his lot have zero credibility. he has abused and misused the office so as to make apuron ineffective, bankrupt as a teacher.

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  21. AN OPEN LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP
    In a leaflet [dated June 5] found posted on the wall of Santa Barbara Church (See photoshot of it at the top of this blog), you are attributed to have written that you are “saddened” by the local legalization of same-sex marriage - because the action is “a defeat on our island and on humanity”, and because now our Catholic Church will have to “accept the redefinition of marriage” (implication: be forced to perform same sex marriages in church) – thus the “need to evangelize our culture” because it has been hit by a “Tsunami of Secularization”. Further, it states – “as Shepherd of the local church of Guam, I am inviting every faithful not to deny their faith, but to have the courage to be a witness to the truth… because truth will set us free!”
    Did you really write this? It had your name at the bottom of the page, and your Coat-of-Arms on the top. I run the risk of having these comments interpreted as purely self-serving, and/or just letting off steam, but on the assumption that the letter was truly written by you (or someone else on your behalf), I say
    “it sucks”! It appears to me like it was written by a high school freshman writing his first essay on the subject (grammar-wise), written by someone who is totally devoid of the science of logic (argumentation-wise), and by a neophyte cleric attempting to tackle the complex theology of Church dogma (religion-wise). Sins against syntax and grammar may be forgivable, but that is as far as I would go in accepting this piece of writing as one of episcopal exegesis, ecclesiastical pronouncement and salutary admonition. If truly the letter was yours, I have these remarks to make.
    A “defeat”? Were we ever at war? Truth is not fought; truth is defended. Had defense against same-sex marriage been logically and religiously put forward by the Shepherd of the Flock (that’s YOU) from the very start of the controversy, incessantly expounding on the very nature and gravity of the issue, with well written and thoroughly researched dissertations, and then presented to the Faithful through sermons, homilies, seminars, retreats, and pastoral letters, there would have been no need for this very novice excuse of a response – the letter. I won’t label it a “knee-jerk reaction”, but it is “a day short and a dollar shy”.
    A defeat “on our island”? The crisis had never been an island issue; it just came to fore in Guam because of the efforts an attorney and of two women wanting to “test the water” on behalf of their alleged civil rights violation. And they won! Kudos! It had always been a very foreseeable end anyway that the Supreme Court would nullify the Circuit Court opinion, and the Guam law. Our local Federal Court Judge had no choice but to go with the Supreme Court decision. With or without the action of the Guam case, the decision was bound to be. It just appeared as if the Guam case accelerated it. So don’t feel “so sad” about our island being the cause of the decision. It may take decades before the Supreme Court will reverse this decision, just like Roe vs Wade will see its demise in due time as well – we’ve been seeing hints of it.
    A defeat “on humanity”. Humanity was never at war either. It was just attacked and its worldwide defenders didn’t have the will strong enough to resist this and other issues - abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment, etc. Don’t feel too bad about the “defeat”; but do feel “sad” about not doing your share to combat it, Archbishop. (Part I – to be continued)

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  22. (Part 2 - continuation)
    No; we Catholics don’t have to admit the redefinition of marriage. Just because the courts have “redefined” marriage does NOT mean we, as Roman Catholics, have to accept that definition, anymore than we need to admit the validity of abortion because of the Roe vs Wade decision - but you, as Shepherd, must work twice as hard now to strengthen the faith of the Flock. Have you been doing this? Have you honestly been exerting ALL your efforts “defending the Roman Catholic Faith”, or have you been so busy with other personal agendas – like promoting, defending and upholding your new-found cultic religion – your Neo faith, which is only a veneer of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church – the Roman Catholic Church?
    And we “need to evangelize our culture” because it has been hit by a “Tsunami of Secularization”. We need to bring the message of the Gospel (evangelize) to the Chamorro culture? Huh? What was this sudden “Tsunami of Secularization”? When did this occur? Do Guam now need a missio ad gentes from the NCW? Seems to me this gay marriage issue had been a foregone conclusion ever since the gay movement began - decades ago! Where was your outcry then? Or was someone else fighting the war for you?
    Your logic that the Church will be forced to perform same-sex marriages in church because they are now constitutional – and you cannot deny people their constitutional rights - is as faulty as having to perform a sacramental marriage of divorced couples. Catholic lesbians Mary and Jane may get their “marriage” performed in court, but not in our Catholic Church (NIMBY). Let the State follow its laws; you follow Canon Law in Church matters. The State cannot force you to violate your own Church laws, no more than it could require a priest to testify in court against the Seal of Confession. Was that your worry?
    “As Shepherd of the local church of Guam, I invite every faithful (politicians and legislators, too) not to deny their faith, but to have the courage to be a witness to the truth.” Very good point! Yes; encourage your Faithful not to deny their Faith, not just on the issue of same-sex marriage, but on other important issues as well – that Jesus Christ is truly God, NOT a sinner; that the Mass is a true Sacrifice – identical to Christ’s Sacrifice on the Cross – not just a celebratory activity; that Christ is truly present – Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity - on the Altar of Sacrifice, not just symbolically present in the communities; that we receive Him in the Eucharist kneeling in adoration, not sitting down as guests at a banquet; that we make a public attestation of the basic beliefs of the Catholic Church by reciting the Nicene Creed at Mass; that it is a “holy and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” in Purgatory; that we should heed the admonition of Our Lady of Fatima to pray the rosary daily. Yes; encourage your Neo family not to deny the Catholic Faith and its practices!!
    Let those Catholics who believe in the sanctity of marriage hold firm to that belief. Let those Catholics who wish to endorse the redefinition of marriage, be admonished by you that they are violating their Catholic Faith. Let local Catholic officials who wish to endorse said redefinition to protect their political duties, beliefs and agenda, be admonished by you that they are opposing their Church’s teachings – publicly, by name! Don’t be afraid! Stand up, and take a strong, public, brave, and heroic position, not like the feeble posting of a leaflet in the back of a church. YOU PERSONALLY stand up – and FIGHT AND GET BRUISED for your Church and for your Flock. That is what a good bishop does! That is what you SHOULD HAVE DONE from the beginning!
    Courageous to be a witness to the truth – Joe R. San Agustin.
    (I’m only doing what you admonished in your letter)

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    1. Thank you for this beautiful treatise, Mr. SA. Sad that you have to teach the bishop how to be a bishop. Our priests would do well to be priests, as well. The clergy better brush up and keep on their toes. Mr. SA's points are the sort of things we need to hear from our Church leaders. The laity who love the Church are now tending to each other (the flock). God bless us! St. Michael defend us in battle!

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    2. Morally and Ethically, I and 80% of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church has lost any faith on his leadership abilities. His actions and words will go from one ear and out the other. Best move forward is for a new spiritual leader to be appointed. Until then, we will only listen to the NON-NEO Priests that have earned our respect through their words and actions. As Diana stated, there is a BIG Difference between NEO and NON-NEO Catholics. According to her, we the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church (NON-NEOs) have not learned to sacrifice and put God first. AAA's continued silence endorses that we are not Catholic and the NEO/NCW CULT is and will only be the means to obtain salvation. I strongly recommend that we boycott all masses preached by a NEO/NCW Cult Presbyter.

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    3. Thank you Mr. SA for bringing clarity to this issue. It is no secret that AAA has always been "gay friendly" and it comes as no surprise that his efforts to protect Church teachings against homosexuality were minimal, nothing more than token actions. AAA never was a true spiritual leader as he's more concerned about his ambitions, fancy lifestyle, and position of power. He has been exposed for the phony that he is yet he thinks he can continue to fool people by his propaganda campaign. His latest spiel about "losing the war" is a sneaky way of making a pitch for people to join the NCW. Wait for it....wait for it.

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    4. Mr. SA: Amen! Excellent post!

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  23. Update on the sign: They've ripped the letter off the wall. The paint was noticeably torn off too. Goes to show that when you put trash up on the walls of our Church, then expect it to do even more damage!

    Stupid apuron!

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