Friday, June 12, 2015

THERE ARE NO OTHER OPTIONS


According to those present at the prayer-protest in support of Fr. Mike Crisostomo Wednesday at the Chancery, the Archbishop came out and said that "Nothing is going to happen to Fr. Mike." LOL. Of course, not, not with all those people staring in his window. 

Imagine if we had been able to do the same on the days he ambushed Fr. Paul and Msgr. James!

The archbishop was also reported to have said that the meeting was "just a regular meeting with some priests." 

Well it probably became "just a regular meeting" after the archbishop saw the crowd. But we can guess that it was NOT a "regular meeting with some priests" to begin with because the archbishop generally does not meet individually with his priests which is one of the major criticisms of him. Normally he only calls a general clergy meeting and even when he does call a priest to a private meeting he usually has others there do the talking (or threatening) for him. 

The Gennarini threat to Fr. Mike aside, we can pretty much guess what the meeting was going to be about from the Archbishop's letter to Fr. Mike in which he said:
"We will discuss how the AAA was organized at your parish, what strategies were taken to promote the appeal to the people, and what we can do to meet your parish’s suggested goal." 
It's right there: "what we can do to meet your parish's suggested goal." 

So it's just like I have been saying. He is going to force those pastors to cough up money from their parish general fund or take out a loan. There are no other options. It is clear that the people are not going to give. There wasn't a change in strategy from previous years. There was a change in public knowledge about Apuron's abuses. 

This is why the only way to keep Apuron from taking your money to support his neo-boys is to stop giving altogether and be prepared for outdoor Masses like after the war, because in fact, this IS war. 




11 comments:

  1. agreed. apuron has demonstrated that the neocats and the rms seminary are his only concerns. parish needs and the rest of us be damned. he's willing to sacrifice the rest of us in order to continue giving $$ to the golden calf of kiko.

    it's almost like he's got a gambling problem. remember the arguments and evidence against casino gambling? how people sacrificed their families' income and property just to feed their habit?

    so mobilize. be ready. be ready to shelter and feed and support the faithful priests. be ready for Mass outside the comfort of the air-conditioned churches. "you shall eat like those who are in flight."

    ... and put it all on youtube.

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  2. Parish finance council members please do not give even a penny to cover the deficit of the aaa. this would be defeating the purpose of our mission to drain apurons coffer.no more donation not even on the parish level. we have to be united or we'll never accomplish anything. please!!

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    1. Unfortunately parish finance councils may have no say so. At the parish level they are only consultative. This means that Apuron can tell the pastor to write a check for any amount and he would not need any approval to do so.

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    2. And what about those parish councils that have been abolished....Agat & Santa Rita for instance?

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    3. Santa Rita, Too? Thought that presbyter was gift " of JP II". From Poland. One of Archie's favorites. The one who left RMS for his girlfriend then returned to Guam. Hmmm.

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    4. Santa Rita, Too? Thought that presbyter was gift " of JP II". From Poland. One of Archie's favorites. The one who left RMS for his girlfriend then returned to Guam. Hmmm.

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  3. WOW, all that is happening in our church. and you wonder why our people (Native) are changing their religion. So gather around everyone and make what you want happen. Write a letter to the Pope in Rome ask him to meet you and I mean the people not the officials of the chruch and keep writing the letter until they look at it and say Yes. Get as many people to go and let them air out the problems. but be courteous and let the Archbishop know about it so he cannot say he does know about it.

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  4. "When We Stand Together"

    One more depending on a prayer
    And we all look away
    People pretending everywhere
    It's just another day
    There's bullets flying through the air
    And they still carry on
    We watch it happen over there
    And then just turn it off

    We must stand together
    There's no giving in
    Hand in hand forever
    That's when we all win

    They tell us everything's alright
    And we just go along
    How can we fall asleep at night
    When something's clearly wrong
    When we could feed a starving world
    With what we throw away
    But all we serve are empty words
    That always taste the same

    The right thing to guide us
    Is right here inside us
    No one can divide us
    When the light is nearly gone
    But just like a heartbeat
    The drumbeat carries on
    And the drumbeat carries on
    Just like a heart beat

    There are people praying for help, yet you just look away like it isn't your problem.
    People pretend it isn't their problem and go about their day.

    Working for each other and not giving in to the greed is when we all win.
    This is a really important point to be understood. “listen to your heart."

    The moral of this poem is to not be an apathetic douche.

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  5. All of you are ordain douche bags.

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    1. Well at least you spelled "douche" correctly. Use one lately?

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  6. Touche, Tim! Or is it, douche! You are too funny! My laugh of the day, thanks!

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