Tuesday, July 14, 2015

UH OH, ADRIAN




Uh oh, Adrian, did you get the Archbishop in trouble again? Did you get authorization from the donor to rename the Boys Chapel? 

While few would object to naming it after the esteemed Fr. Duenas (a real priest, by the way), those who know about the origins of what used to be called the Boys Chapel and the intent of the donor were surprised to see that you renamed it - er, I mean you had the Archbishop sign a letter renaming it. 

As far as they know, the donor has given no such consent for the renaming of the chapel he paid for, with the name of the chapel as one of the conditions of the donation.

If this is true, then you have once again made the poor archbishop look like he doesn't know what he's doing...or was that your intent?

21 comments:

  1. Adrian going kaduku again. Let's see him squirm trying to explain this. Tsk tsk tsk. Wait, Diana has an explanation and will post after consulting with her multiple personalities.

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  2. Abuse of donor's intent! The donor was specific about certain designs of the Boys'Chapel. Oops!

    Oh my goodnesss...will kiko paintings be put up.

    Are the same privileges allowed at the Chancery?

    What will become of the former St. Aquinas building?

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  3. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 14, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    Just when you think it can't get worse, the folks on San Ramon quickly prove their genius for messing things up. From Jungle Watch we have all learned the importance of donors' stipulations, but apparently the donor's desires mean nothing once the money passes into the pockets of crooks.

    So a friend told me that the Chapel was inspired by the visit of an angel, but didn't seem to know details. Can you fill us in as to the angel, and the significance of the name "Boys Chapel"?

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  4. Adriano is doing all this because he wants us to see if he was archbishop all that Apuron is doing wrong he wouldn't do but, it is Adriano's doing unbelievable.

    Joy, Joy Boy.

    Si Flo B.

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  5. Tim, you are correct. Adrian and Claros have a master plan to expedite Tony's removal.

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    1. We all know that the spin off from Diana aka Kay, will tell us that Apo'wrongee can do as he pleases because HE'S THE ARCHBISHOP!

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  6. Janet @ 5:25 pm: it is a fascinating story that Dr. Robinson never tires of relating. Please drop by the FD Oratory where there is a plaque at the facade that provides the narrative of its inception. It gave me goose bumps, and I believe it might have the same effect on you. As to the renaming and whether there was explicit permission from the donor, please verify facts from Father Jeff San Nicolas who has been named rector of said Oratory. During a very sensitive period of our Church's history, it would do good to verify what people say and to remain logical and above the ocean of misunderstanding.

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    1. I agree that the donor should be consulted, and if he has not, oh boy! Another screw up by the Three Musketeers at the Chancery.

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  7. It was actually crystal no-balls who imposed restrictions on the FD Oratory, to which Dr. Robinson objected to and even threatened to pull out his ongoing support. The recent status quo is an attempt to placate the donor. As for renaming said oratory, we need further clarification on that aspect.

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  8. Oh wow. The Boys' Chapel was dedicated and blessed by that name. The donor is going to be furious.

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  9. Fr. Adrian does not believe the donor's story about his experience. That is tragic.

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    1. If you ask me, this is more along the lines for what a miracle from God would look like, as opposed to Diana's claim that the Arch got through the Pope's security via a miracle. Maybe Fr Adrian thinks only Neos can claim that? All others not worthy?

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  10. Tim, I think the newly appointed rector of the chapel should immediately check on whether Dr. Robinson consented to the name change. Otherwise, there is going to be war.

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  11. Maybe someone knows why Dr. Robinson didn't just hand over the donation to the Archbishop. Instead made sure that his monetary donation was used for the specific purpose of building the Boys Chapel.

    Here we are full of MIRACLES from off island donors and yet we do not respect their wishes. It's sad to see how much this Archdiocese and the people at the helm take advantage of people's generosity. Maybe the title "ISLAN LADRONES" is an appropriate name f I r our island.

    Makes one wonder who will take our intentions seriously now. The Archbishop and his " close NCW members, advisor, etc. or nothing more than manipulators.

    Påkpak i tano', one, two, three!

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  12. ANTI CHRIST KIKOJuly 15, 2015 at 1:10 AM

    We no longer have a Catholic Church in Guam; each village has a laundry mat established to take all land and money from the people of Guam. NEO/NCW Cult Presbyter Anthony Sablan Apuron is the God Father for this operation. As long as he sits in Saint Peter's Chair, he has full cooperation of the people who are compelled by God to do his bidding or suffer the pains of Hell....

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  13. For those who do not know the story of this wonderful chapel, “The angelic intervention Untalan referred to was the remarkable encounter the chapel’s benefactor, Dr. Tom Robinson, had experience during his second visit to the school in 2007 as part of a visiting accreditation team.
    The kind benefactor described that unique experience from seven years ago as he addressed the group at the recent dedication. “On the second day I arrived, I went into the cafeteria and standing in the line before the lunch window, to my left was one boy and to my right were four or five boys,” said Dr. Tom.
    He began a dialogue with the solitary boy. “I said to the boy to my left, ‘Will you tell me things about your school and maybe some suggestions for changes?’ He did not answer me, he was looking down and had his hands folded in front of him,” said Dr. Tom.
    “I waited, and after a minute he turned to me and said, ‘I’m sorry, I was thanking God for our food,’ I then asked him, ‘did you hear what I asked you?’ And then… he changed my life,” said Dr. Tom. “He said ‘yes, but that is not why you are here. You are here to build the Boys Chapel.’”
    The words of the young man has remained imbedded in the visitor from off-island. “I was struck,” shared Dr. Tom. “Immediately after, the window opened for lunch, I got my lunch and when I turned to speak with him, he was not there.”
    The experience was the first in a series of events that would confirm in Dr. Tom’s heart, the need to build a Boys Chapel for Father Dueñas Memorial School.”

    There use to be more published about the design of the chapel on the school’s web site, but it seems to be gone.

    http://umatuna.org/father-duenas-boys-chapel-borne-of-angelic-inspiration

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    1. RYaeger, was it the dome/ bellfry?

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    2. I honestly don’t remember all the details. Someone had mentioned the chapel on this blog earlier in the year (Feb./March), and never having seen it, it looked it up on what I thought was the school’s web site. If I remember correctly, I remember reading about the story of how it got its name and about the design of the chapel and what certain design elements meant.

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  14. FD alumnae, stay on the alert! Question and assure that the elimination of the additional (previously published) information with regard to more chapel-design history was not eliminated by subterfuge to apply another slyneo plan to sneak in kiko-market-paint-by-number art for the Boys Chapel!

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  15. Just a friendly linguistic correction to 5:05 pm: alumnae is plural for alumna, referring to woman graduate of a achool. Alumni is plural for alumnus, which is the correct term since FD is an all-boys' school.

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