Saturday, July 4, 2015

KIKO'S "NEW AESTHETIC" CARNAL FETISH

Chuck White treats this issue more politely by calling Kiko's "new aesthetic" (his design for our liturgy and church buildings)...

KIKO’S CURIOUS CRIPTA DI SANT’ILARIO


I prefer to label it as I have above.

Read Chuck's story here.

19 comments:

  1. Yeah. Jesus Christ was once the "head" surely? Now Our Lord is demoted to be present on the "stomach". Nice

    And presumably, at the height of the Mass, in the consecration, when the priest, sorry presbyter, raises his eyes to heaven, he sees......

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  2. San Vicente has been desecrated with this design. But when you sit in the pews or kneel, you have to slightly turn to face the altar. They obviously don't sit in the pews. That altar needs to be put back where it belongs. It is so horrid. I can't pray well at all in that desecrated Church.

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  3. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 5, 2015 at 2:22 AM

    Kookie Kiko to design a vagina above the baptismal font. One strange man obsessed with his own visions rather than the vision of a church created by Christ.

    Chuck, does kiko think he is the third Adam? Is Carmen the third Eve? Hilarious (sorry St Hillary) and truly scary.

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  4. I find it appalling to human nature for any one to be brain washed in the “Way” where KIKO mandates obedience to the catechists in even the most basic decisions of life. Always trapped in the “uterus” of a self-absorbed community, without end. How can anyone be obedient to half baked presbyters whom we have witnessed here in this blog, cowardly insulting us with their anonymous comments as they try to pacify the truth. My prayers to those trapped in this NCW Cult that they may allow the truth and light to set them free.

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  5. 'disturbing' is the first word i thought of when i saw that pic. i'd like to hear kiko's explanation of that one--i suspect he'd bring up john 3 at some point. i'm just glad he didn't also have an opening in the ceiling from which they'd lower a person for immersion in the baptismal font below. :-o

    i think the best aesthetic for a church building comes the traditional name for the main part of a traditional church: the nave. comes from the latin for "ship" (as in "navy"). because the church is the barque of peter. but the barque of peter is not a luxury cruise ship or even a passenger liner. it's a fishing boat.

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  6. Ahhhh haaaa! This explains all the sexual conjugations of these NEO-Commies! It is inspired to them subliminally right at their "Call to Joy!"
    No wonder why Barrigada, I mean "Cristoba-gada", was needing a "limp" revival!

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  7. And of course it helps us understand how Louie got his head caught in the front door.

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    1. Certainly a connection between this art work and the perverted thinking actions of NCW.

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  8. F. Leon GuerreroJuly 5, 2015 at 6:40 AM

    ROTFLAO!!! I know this is a serious subject but you are seriously funny, Tim! My laugh of the day. Thanks!

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  9. would it be fair to say that tony would be my server, should i attend the next celebration assembly dinner, and they say their Catholic

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  10. it appears in this "new theology" Pope Francis is the administrative assistant, while a lay-man, kiko, has had the power to “impose” over the Church this changes that have nothing to do with Catholic tradition

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  11. There will surely be an uproar when AAA removes our patron saint Santa Marian Kamalen and replaces it with one of his Kiko favorites.

    James T.

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  12. Following KIKO's master sanctuary design, all statues are to be replaced with his signature portraits. This will not happen during AAA's time, however since this NCW cult has been deeply rooted into the island, all parishes will be forced to conform with this illicit way of worship. Wake up, stand your ground and act now, take this unholy instrument down. Protest and stop the money. This is the only way to stop this cancer from taking over the One Holy Catholic and Apostlic Chuch in Guam.

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  13. AAA lied to the Toto Parishioners when he stated that the Way is not for everybody. You have a choice of joining or not....This clearly defies the master plan as all parishes will be taken over by this NCW cancer.

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  14. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJuly 5, 2015 at 1:23 PM

    Anonymous (July 5, 2015 at 12:36 PM), I'm not sure I agree with your statement "…however since this NCW cult has been deeply rooted into the island …"

    Granted the highest members of the local hierarchy — archbishop, vicar general and chancellor — are in that cult BUT to characterize it as being deeply rooted into the island is a bit of an exaggeration, IMO. Communities around the island have had to consolidate as members have dropped out, leaving them with too few people. The impression I'm getting is that the "newer" members don't stay as long as the "die hards" who began their "walk" several decades ago. Of course those who leave are criticized but most have been able to stand their ground and resist efforts to bring them back to the community.

    I do agree with you that people have to stand (their) ground … act … stop the money. As Joe R. San Agustin advised me in another post, I must be patient and allow God to work all things in His time. I just hope that people come to the realization that as long as nobody is willing to speak up, we should stop whining about Rome's (perceived) inactivity.

    Of course, Tim's "Bronze Shoe" could change all that. We shall see …

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    1. Richard NochefrancaJuly 5, 2015 at 2:20 PM

      What I meant by deeply rooted is those complete control of the seminary which produces these half baked NCW Cult presbyters. At the rate of incardinations, every parish will have a NEO Cult Presbyter assigned....thus taking up root that infiltrates and ultimately destroys the Church we all grew up in.

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    2. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJuly 6, 2015 at 12:00 PM

      Thank you, Richard Nochefranca at 2:20 PM, for clarifying your deeply rooted remark. I, for one, believe that a moratorium needs to be placed on the ordinations of these poorly-formed individuals but that will not happen.

      The possibility of a parish coming under the administration of one of the Cult presbyters makes it even more important for parents/guardians/grandparents (in some instances) to study the Faith via the catechism with the children. My personal preference would be the traditional straight-forward lessons from Baltimore Catechism, but the Catechism of the Catholic Church is more relevant to addressing the issues of this day and age.

      BTW: Thank you for keeping tabs on what is going on here on Guam, despite your having relocated. Your insights are much appreciated!

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  15. Mary Lou; Guam is still my home as I plan to retire there. So yes my desire is to safeguard the future of the Catholic Church. Very Reverend Monsignor James, Father Paul and Father Efren are my friends. I am astounded that the Shepard sitting on the chair has used his position to bully the reputations of these influential men of the cloth. They made a remarkable impact to their flock when they were pastors; sadly, they remain side swiped as they are passed over by these half-baked NEO CULT presbyters as Pastors. Prayers from a distance.

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