Wednesday, July 1, 2015


In preparation for the "bronze shoe" which will drop in the next day or two, we now need to recall the evil events surrounding RMS.

First, some terms:

"The Property": The old Accion Hotel property, purchased by the Archdiocese of Agana in 2002 for approximately 2 million dollars.

RMS: Redemptoris Mater Seminary - a non profit, 501(c)3 corporation, incorporated in the U.S. Territory of Guam

"The Gennarini's": Giuseppe and Claudia Gennarini are the "Neocatechumenal Responsibles" for the United States and the Pacific. 

AFC: the Archdiocesan Finance Council

Vicar General: Msgr. David C. Quitugua (Note: Msgr. David I. A. Quitugua is the pastor of Ordot church. He is NOT the Vicar General.)

Sometime during 2011, the Gennarini's told Archbishop Apuron to convey the title of The Property to RMS. We know this because Apuron himself told the AFC how the request came about. 

But WHY did the Gennarini's want title to The Property conveyed to RMS if RMS is supposed to be owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Agana? 

Because they knew that the next bishop might not support the NCW, and they wanted to have The Property as leverage. Their Plan A was to get one of their own into the bishop's chair - which is why they have worked so hard to advance the Vicar General and Adrian - both known kikobots. But if that didn't work out they needed a Plan B. And Plan B was to use The Property as ransom. 

Because of the value of The Property, Church law (Canon Law) required Apuron to procure the approval of the AFC, the college of consultors, and the Holy See. However, Apuron never had to seek further approval at this time because on September 8, 2011, the AFC officially denied the request to convey the title of The Property to RMS.

On November 16, 2011, Apuron wrote Richard Untalan, president of the AFC, that his request to convey the title to RMS was not an "alienation" but an "assigning of a title" of the property to a separate legal entity (RMS) which was nevertheless still subject to him.

The letter, though dated November 16, 2011, was not delivered to Mr. Untalan's office until November 25, 2011. In the meanwhile, unbeknownst to Richard Untalan and the AFC, Apuron, three days prior to delivering the letter, had conveyed complete control of The Property to RMS on November 22, 2011 through a Deed of Restriction.

Also, here's an excerpt from a recent Title Report:

Since the November 16 letter from Apuron to Untalan was not delivered to Mr. Untalan's office until 3 days later (Nov 25), Apuron could have notified Mr. Untalan of his having recorded the new deed. He did not.

Upon receiving the letter and not knowing what Apuron had already done, Mr. Untalan assumed that Apuron wanted the AFC to revisit the issue of the conveyance of title to The Property and added the issue as "Item 5" to the agenda for a meeting of the AFC scheduled for December 6, 2011. 

Upon receiving a notice of the meeting and its agenda, archdiocesan legal counsel, Ed Terlaje immediately wrote:

On the morning of the meeting, the Vicar General, knowing full well that the deed restricting use of The Property to RMS forever (for perpetual use) had already been recorded with Land Management, chastised the AFC for placing the item on the agenda:

We must remember that the AFC had NO knowledge that The Property had already been restricted, but the Vicar General did. All the Vicar General had to do was to advise the AFC that the deed had already been recorded and that there was no need to discuss the item.


Instead, the Vicar General accuses the AFC of the most vile things: "a vulnus towards the bishop", "disrespect towards his person", and harming "the dignity of the Ordinary." In addition, he blatantly violates church law by telling the AFC that their role is only consultative and "not binding", when, in matters of property of this value, church law REQUIRES the consent of the AFC. This was confirmed by a subsequent letter from the Apostolic Delegate to Apuron:

Mr. Untalan was surprised at the vicious attack from the Vicar General and wrote him saying so:

But then Apuron piled on with his own insults to Mr. Untalan, saying he was "appalled" that Mr. Untalan had "insisted to have No. 5 on the agenda", when in fact, Mr. Untalan had taken it off, and accused Untalan of stirring up "nonsense". 

The attacks by the Vicar General and Apuron have to be seen in light of the fact that they both knew that control of The Property had ALREADY been deeded to RMS and in NONE of their communications with Untalan did they say so. Instead they attacked and berated him.

At this point, it does not matter whether what Apuron did was legit or not (it wasn't - as the bronze shoe will show us). What matters is that Apuron and the Vicar General are exposed as worse than liars: attacking a man to hide their corruption, subterfuge, and lies.

And using their authority in the Church to do it makes their attack an act of mind-blowing evil. 

The AFC under Mr. Untalan never met again. On January 11, 2012, Apuron terminated the service of the four members of the AFC who had voted against giving The Property to RMS (Richard Untalan, Msgr. James Benavente, Sr. Mary Stephen Torres, RSM, and Joseph Rivera).

And now?

The Property is firmly in the control of RMS. Forever. Unless...unless, the bronze shoe fits.

We will soon find out.

P.S. RMS board members and new members of the AFC. Are you ready?

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