Thursday, June 25, 2015

MORE FUNNIES FROM DIANA

LOL. I can hardly keep up with them.

I'll let Jose tell the real story. But in short, he refused to live a LIE. We should all follow Jose's example.

10 comments:

  1. Jose has demonstrated his fidelity by his always strong, insightful and orthodox comments on this and other sites. Despite being some thousands of miles away, I can clearly see his deep faith and integrity. Be assured of our prayers, Jose.

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  2. What an infantile comment from Diana's blog. If only they would just read the facts, we could get somewhere in this dialogue. But the archbishop's supporters do not. They are constantly looking for ways to attack the messenger instead of trying to refute the facts with logic and intelligence.

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    1. My same sentiment. They are missing the opportunity to help the Archbishop see and not just perceive that there is a divide in the Church in Guam.

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  3. It is no secret that I resigned. from KOLG. The reasons I resigned are indeed connected to the current events surrounding the removal of Monsignor James. I relayed this to Archbishop Apuron and he knows what happened. I don't have to explain it to "Diana." (If you follow "her" blog, she attempts to allude that I am trying to suppress the details. Too funny)

    However, none of what is happening is about me. "Diana" published the comment to attempt to make it about "Jose Martinez" in order to distract her audience, those who follow Fr. Pius' instructions to a fault, from the real issue of Fr. Adrian's lie in the Umatuna last weekend.

    But just to be clear, I left in order that my salvation would not be potentially jeopardized by continuing to remain at KOLG in light of what was going on around me and at the Chancery.

    While I am not in complete agreement as to why,I respect why others (good friends of mine and great people at that) chose to stay. For myself, there could be no compromise in remaining there. I pray that they receive the graces of God to act accordingly as well.

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  4. Another perfect example of the RMS product!!

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    1. Joseph A. SantosJune 25, 2015 at 9:45 PM

      Jose, this person might be one of my former special students, or one of the foreign RMS idiots who cannot write complete sentences, which I guess is the same thing. Of course he is fed the male bovine poop and swallows whole. How sad that all you put into KOLG is discounted so quickly but such is the Neo way. Use, abuse and discard. No loss on your part. The evidence of their method course is Tim himself. When it was gambling that was the issue AAA appeared before everyone with all his finery flashing. When it was the original gay lesbian issue AAA pushes Tim in front and hides on the hill. After Tim absorbs all the spears and arrows AAA walks away untouched. No worries, my friend we will have our day.
      Thank you for staying true to the Faith.

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  5. This comment from Diana is not so funny, but more telling of why Fr. Paul was thrown out of Dededo. They claim 35,000 lost souls are there that need attending, but we all know the Neo pickings will come from inside the Catholic Church:

    AnonymousJune 24, 2015 at 11:06 AM

    "Why does Tim have lot of hate for the bishop "

    You should ask rohr why he hates the Arch Bishop personally. As a business man, be prepared to be sold on his adjenda.

    As for the Arch Bishop betraying his flock; his mission is not for the welfare of the whole but for the ones who have gone astray...lost.

    Think about it for a minute; 40 plus thousand people live in Dededo; maybe 5 thousand attend churches of different churches on Sunday. What are the other 35,000 doing? This is why God sent his Son to the world; to save those 35,000. This is the mission of the Arch Bishop TODAY.

    We have many, many Catholics who are blind to the mission of the Church. They don't appear to understand the mission of the Church. They do not practice the faith of Jesus Christ. They talk about their money but never talk about their faith. They want a nice Church, painted, decorated with air-conditioning and a Priest that respects their will, not the will of God.

    Is this the flock you are referring too?

    JSB

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  6. This comment from Diana is not so funny, but more telling of why Fr. Paul was thrown out of Dededo. They claim 35,000 lost souls are there that need attending, but we all know the Neo pickings will come from inside the Catholic Church:

    AnonymousJune 24, 2015 at 11:06 AM

    "Why does Tim have lot of hate for the bishop "

    You should ask rohr why he hates the Arch Bishop personally. As a business man, be prepared to be sold on his adjenda.

    As for the Arch Bishop betraying his flock; his mission is not for the welfare of the whole but for the ones who have gone astray...lost.

    Think about it for a minute; 40 plus thousand people live in Dededo; maybe 5 thousand attend churches of different churches on Sunday. What are the other 35,000 doing? This is why God sent his Son to the world; to save those 35,000. This is the mission of the Arch Bishop TODAY.

    We have many, many Catholics who are blind to the mission of the Church. They don't appear to understand the mission of the Church. They do not practice the faith of Jesus Christ. They talk about their money but never talk about their faith. They want a nice Church, painted, decorated with air-conditioning and a Priest that respects their will, not the will of God.

    Is this the flock you are referring too?

    JSB

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  7. And here's another revealing comment by her Diananess:

    "DianaJune 26, 2015 at 7:29 AM

    Dear Anonymous at 11:06 pm,

    It is our responsibility to be obedient to the Pope. He gave us permission to celebrate the way we celebrate the Eucharist. That permission had always been found in Kiko's 2006 thank you letter to the Pope. kiko thanked the Pope for many things, and one of them was giving them the permission to consume the Body of Christ sitting down. "

    So there it is - after all this time referring to some supposed verbal permission granted to the NCW by the pope, we can see that "she" is referring to a period of time immediately after the letter of Cardinal Arinze, and some two years prior to the promulgation of the final Statutes. If anyone needs reminding what those Statutes state, suffice it to say there is no permission for sitting down at the distribution and consumption of the Eucharist. In fact Cardinal Arinze's letter is referenced in the Statutes - but, you guessed it - Kiko's reply is not.

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  8. What is wrong with you non neo, if you can't understand these foreign presbyters, then learn to read lips like Louie the Licker.

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