Wednesday, July 22, 2015

SORRY GENNARINI'S AND "WET-YOUR-PANTS" KIKOS, THIS IS STANDARD


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Interesting note from Diana:


Post Scriptum From Giuseppe and Claudia Gennarini
The NCW received a four page letter that was signed by Giuseppe and Claudia Gennarini, Father Angelo Pochetti, and Fernando Sousa Costa. What caught my attention was the post scriptum, which was about two paragraphs long. It was very interesting to read the Pope's seven points about the Neocatechumenal Way. Imagine that! The first point of Pope Francis was calling Kiko Arguello a SAINT! :-)

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P.S. We have just received news from Alonso, the itinerant of Santo Domingo of something which I think is very important for all brothers and sisters: on June 23, in the afternoon, in the middle of the Itinerant’s Convivence, His Excellency Ramón de la Rosa y Carpio, Archbishop Emeritus of Santiago, Dominican Republic, showed up unexpectedly. He came directly from Santiago, in the middle of a powerful rain storm, in order to personally tell us: "A short time ago, we had the AD LIMINA visit of all bishops from Santo Domingo. The Holy Father received us breaking protocol. Before, he would receive us one by one for fifteen minutes each and he would conclude with a brief common message. This time he changed the protocol and received us all together, paternally dialoguing with all of us for more than one hour and a half. The reason for my presence here is because I want to tell you with details something very important which was said during that audience. The Holy Father, when Bishop Fausto spoke about the existence in the Dominican Republic of an Inter-diocesan Seminary and of two Redemptoris Mater Seminaries, focused his dialogue on speaking about the Neocatechumenal Way. I realized that what he was saying was so important, that in that moment I took out my notebook and started taking notes of everything he said. The pope centered his speech on 7 points:

FIRST: Many things have been said about Kiko Argüello and many other can be said. However one thing is sure: HE IS A SAINT.

SECOND: The Neocatechumenal Way is of the Holy Spirit for his Church.

THIRD: Therefore, I strongly exhort you to support, encourage and follow this Christian Initiation.

FOURTH: I value very positively the missionary dimension of these communities. This year I’ve just sent out more than one hundred families to where there is not a presence of the Church or it’s very small.

FIFTH: Regarding the Redemptoris Mater Seminaries, I say the following: what would it be of the Diocese of Rome without it? I’ve just ordained 16 priests and 13 were from the Neocatechumenal Way. You draw the conclusions.

SIXTH: The Neocatechumenal Way has restored in the church the EASTER VIGIL, which is the center of Christian life.

SEVENTH: The Neocatechumenal Way is the one that knows the most about the Christian Initiation. Consult them and, if necessary, correct the catechists, the communities…(because to correct is to love)…but correct with the Statutes in your hands.

Posted by Diana at 12:46 AM 1


MY COMMENTS

Let's reread this part:
 "...on June 23, in the afternoon, in the middle of the Itinerant’s Convivence, His Excellency Ramón de la Rosa y Carpio, Archbishop Emeritus of Santiago, Dominican Republic, showed up unexpectedly. He came directly from Santiago, in the middle of a powerful rain storm, in order to personally tell us: A short time ago, we had the AD LIMINA visit of all bishops from Santo Domingo."
One would think that the pope declaring Kiko a saint would be news that would travel a bit faster - especially given the kikos insatiable hunger for papal validation. Such news - if it were true - would have been immediately sent to all the world and certainly would have been promptly carried by the kiko-controlled Zenit news organization. (It wasn't.)

Yet, we are to believe that this important news - a whole 7 points from the pope declaring their founder a saint and a reported hour and a half papal validation of the Neocatechumenal Way - only became known at a particular convivence, via an itinerant, who heard it from a retired bishop, who showed up in the middle of a rain storm, and the whole thing is penned as a p.s. by the same people who got Apuron to squirrel away a 40 million dollar piece of property from the faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana, and we poor islanders are only able to learn of it from a blog operated by a pseudonym! 

This is better than fiction. LOL!

First there is the matter that the AD LIMINA visit for the bishops from the Dominican Republic was on May 28, 2015. So we are to believe that this "good news" from the pope about the Neocatechumenal Way was so good that the retired bishop kept it to himself for a whole month before finding the time to scurry over to a convivence in the middle of a rainstorm. And we are also to believe that, even though their country has two Redemptoris Mater Seminaries - meaning that the NCW has significant episcopal support - that NONE of the other bishops released said "good news"? That the whole world had to wait for this significant papal message via a postscript from the Gennarini's??? LOL!

Next there is the matter of this breathless report that the pope broke "protocol". LOL. The intent here is to make us all feel that the pope was so anxious to canonize Kiko and the Neocatechumenal Way that he did away with the normal protocol and invited them all in to slobber on about Kiko. What a joke.

The news from Dominican Today reports:
Francis will receive the prelates jointly and then in individual audiences for each bishop afterwards. The Pope will receive a report "in voce" of the Catholic Church situation in the country.
Sorry Gennarini's and wet-your-pants kikos, this is standard.

Third, the AD LIMINA visits are of such importance to the entire Church that the common address to each group of bishops is always published. Here is the text of the pope's address to the bishops where he "receives the prelates jointly". There is no mention of Kiko Arguello or even the Neocatechumenal Way. And the link is to the kiko-controlled Zenit, which, if there was even a hint of truth to what the Gennarini's said, would have been most certainly reported. 

Sadly, the post of the P.S. from the Gennarini's once again evinces the clandestine, cultic, and even gnostic (secret knowledge) methods that are standard practice in the Neocatechumenal Way. But more sadly, it exposes the voracious need for "strokes" from the pope. Catholics who truly live the lives they are called to are not constantly running to Rome for a pat on the head. Yet this is a constant theme from the kikos. 

That should tell us everything...especially about the Gennarini's.

And here's my own P.S.: Dear Rome, our archdiocese is run by a bishop who is a slave to these clowns. Do you see the problem? Or did Kiko buy you too?

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