Monday, August 10, 2015

KEEP AN EYE ON THIS

With the VG and Adrian running the show, we can bet that "no-good" for us "regular Catholics" is afoot.





Of course, for the Neo's, we can just as surely bet that only their good is afoot. Here are two items from the current statute (which you can read in full here) that will probably be changed:
III. A. The Sacrament of Baptism

“Outside the case of necessity, it is not lawful for one to confer the sacrament outside of his own parish without the proper permission.”

Changing this statute will be necessary because the NCW regularly confers the Sacrament of Baptism wherever they want, a hotel, a gym, etc. And then when asked for a copy of the Baptismal certificate by the parents, the Vicar General just makes one up. Read what he did to the Gonzales family here and here.

Here is another which will need to be changed:
III. C: The celebration of the Eucharist is to take place in a sacred place, unless in a particular case necessity demands otherwise..”
Changing this one will be necessary obviously because the Neo's INSIST on the "celebration of the Eucharist" away from a sacred place and when there is NO "particular case" in which "necessity demands." The only demand is from Kiko who eschews the Altar of God:
"In Christianity there is no altar", which is " why we can celebrate the Eucharist on a suitable table and we can celebrate in a square, in the countryside or wherever it is suitable. We don't have a particular place where exclusively we should celebrate our worship." - Kiko Arguello. Volume 1, 3rd day, Catechetical Directory
To understand their hatred for the "sacred space" and the consecrated altar, we should revisit the episode of the "Tall Woman's" visit to Fr. Paul Gofigan. Fr. Paul's request was simple: If you want to bring the NCW to Santa Barbara, celebrate your eucharist in the "sacred space" and permit others to attend. As you can see, in Fr. Paul's own words, all hell broke loose:
"...at the third meeting, which happened sometime late 2007 or early 2008, I asked the parochial vicars at the time to be with me during the meeting. Those were Fr. Patrick Garcia, Fr. Joel De Los Reyes, Fr. Vito San Andres, and Fr. Eugene Santa Ana.   
Those representing the Neocatechumenal Way were Fr. Pius, I believe Fr. Pablo, definitely a tall woman named Patricia, and I can't quite remember who else was there. They once again asked about starting the Neo at Santa Barbara Church and my response was the same as the first meeting: 1) Yes, but all liturgies had to be celebrated in the Chapel and 2) their Eucharistic celebrations had to be open to all and not be exclusive.   
They weren't satisfied with this and the woman named Patricia literally slammed her fist on the table and stormed out. I am sure the parochial vicars present would testify to this. We were all taken aback by her response and were actually left speechless. We never heard from them again."
Wow, such hatred for the Altar of God. 

We can also bet, just like with the FD chapel name change, that if there is a major goof - which is bound to happen with Adrian in charge - Apuron will say it "wasn't his intention" and he will have to "check with Adrian." (Read about the FD chapel fiasco here, here, and here

"Check with Adrian" ....Hmmmmmm

31 comments:

  1. Sister ' you got this.

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  2. Take note: none of the highly educated RMS presbyters are appointed. Why not?

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    1. Easy to see why. They now know they have to do everything undercover. So they stack the names in front with a couple of names that seem to be legitimate: Vila and Agbulos. And Vila is (as of 2013) NOT incardinated in this diocese, so what do you think he is going to do? Just remember, this is ALL ADRIAN.

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    2. fr karl isn't incardinated in the archdiocese anymore? is that why i havent seen him very much?

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    3. He never was. He has only guest status. Apuron's way of keeping Filipino priests in line.

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    4. Guest status gets paid too? fr k did something in pi and escape to guam a rumor

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    5. I always found Fr. Karl insincere and creepy and sucking up to Msgr. Arroyo.

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    6. I permitted this comment in order to make my own. I am willing to give non-incardinated "guest" priests some room. They live under the constant fear of extradition by Apuron. One can see why Apuron does not want local men ordained.

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  3. Are these liturgical, pastoral, canonical or what kind of statutes?? Anybody?

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    1. Read the current statute here:

      https://www.scribd.com/doc/274029412/AOA-Statutes-Copy-1

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  4. Hurry up, Call me Tony! Cook up statutes which will have to be re-written when you are gone ...poor David, JCD yet another job.

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    1. Well, well, if Adrian the cool CAT is going to be Bishop then they wont be done again for another 20 years! Adrian, please back off. Otherwise, (oh, never mind)

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  5. Hey, no Father Pius??? What kind of a list is that?

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    1. LOL. He's on the list. It's spelled ADRIAN.

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    2. Where is Pale' Mike's name? Guess they are scared he will be a stumbling block on the panel.

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  6. Go ahead Archie, make my day!

    James T.

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  7. The Neo storm looking to intensify. But then, maybe it will pius out. Those dickless cretins will probably shoot themselves on the feet.

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  8. Holding our breath for that "official promulgation" which will come from the Chancery but of course, dictated by pius the puppeteer and signed by his puppet, archbishop.

    Total confidence and trust in Mrs. Agbulos; not in any one else on that committee. We just hope Mrs. Agbulos realizes that she's used as the token non-neo by the sly leader and the neo-brainwashed hierarchy of the local Church.

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    1. Mrs. Agbulos is beholding to Apuron and will never go against him.

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  9. But also need to be on the alert about this "Jubilee." It's a legitimate occasion and event, alright, but it will be misused as another opportunity to suction more money from the faithful. Just watch!

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  10. This whole jubilee prayer is nothing but NEO hogwash! Don't recite it whatsoever!

    James T.

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  11. CIA - Visits Archdiocese.

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  12. I have received several derogatory comments about Cynthia Agbulos since this posting. As per my policy, I normally do not admit accusations anonymously unless they are against the people we already know to be party to the Kiko take down of this diocese. I will need more documentation or at least a name with your comments in order to publish them.

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    1. I personally know both Cynthia and Deacon and know they are above board, To accuse her of beholding to the archbishop, does not fit her. She is being used and I pray she remain steadfast to her convictions. God bless, Cynthia.

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    2. I don't have any reason not to believe that she or her husband are not above board. I also suspect that this is the reason she was named to the committee - to give it a slight element of respectability - given the rest of the members. However, as a lay person, Cynthia ultimately will have no vote..that counts, anyway. We shall see what they do with the statutes.

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  13. Anna Maria DelgadoAugust 11, 2015 at 8:41 PM

    Cynthia is not in cahoots with the Archbishop. We are from the same village and I know that she and her husband are genuine in trying to live as faithful Catholics. Perhaps you can ask her about the accusations in person. She is a member of the Padre Pio group so you probably can catch her at the Friary whenever they convene.

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  14. To restate for those who are sending me negative comments about Cynthia Agbulos. You either need to put your name to them or you need to provide documentation.

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  15. sorry to be somewhat off-topic. but is there any concern in the Church on guam about sen bj cruz's bill 102-33? i see an exemption for religious institutions, but does it really protect the religious freedom of employers like the Catholic schools?

    i wonder if this statute revision that's been announced will actually be for the better, like how to deal with the new legal realities. i have low expectations.

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  16. My friend is getting married Sunday, September 6, at Maina Church. Isn't this against the present Archdiocesan statutes or is the statutes already revised?

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  17. This is highly unusual. If true, I wonder the reasoning for such. Just curious....

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