Friday, August 14, 2015


Concerned Catholics will highlight Way heresies

Tim Rohr's letter on Archbishop Apuron's lost opportunities was right on the money. Instead of WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?), he now asks himself WWKD (What will Kiko do?).


  1. Vicenta Sanchez Dannelley · Healds Business College

    This is the most positive news to come out of CCOG! We can perhaps begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you for this information n God bless you all. May Santa Marian Kamalen continue to guide the "knights"of this important fight to save our Church n its people. Biba, Guam. Thank you Tim Rohr for your tenacity! Peace..

    Like · Reply · 1 · Aug 13, 2015 9:59am
    Zoltán Székely · Associate Professor at University of Guam

    It is heart crunching to read in a leading local newspaper about this level of bigotry at CCoG meetings. Does Mr. Taitano have any idea what the word "heresy" means? Or does he only repeat what was given to his mouth by uneducated big wits? A heresy is what church officials declare to be a heresy and not what Mr. Taitano thinks it is!

    I don't even mention the other completely unfounded, libelous accusations that Mr. Taitano entertains us with. Coming up with an anti-colonizer ideology against a fellow Catholic church group is just way beyond the line. Hm, are we not living in the 21st century, Mr. Taitano? Perhaps, you should have lived a couple hundred years ago with this attitude. Please, try to cut back your xenophobic rhetorics that is a shame we have to endure on the soil of an American territory.

    Like · Reply · 19 hrs
    Danny Sabato

    You see here is the problem, there should not be a "Fellow CATHOLIC Church Group", there should be only one Catholic Church, where everybody goes and prays together, if not you may be a sect or a split from the real church.

    Like · Reply · 1 · 15 hrs

  2. ignoring zoltan's condescending tone, let's take a look:

    ccc 2089 says: Heresy is the obstinate post-baptismal denial of some truth which must be believed with divine and catholic faith, or it is likewise an obstinate doubt concerning the same.

    ccc 385 says: God is infinitely good and all his works are good.

    as the Son of God, the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, Jesus Christ never sinned. Jesus is sinless.

    ccc 603 also says: Jesus did not experience reprobation as if he himself had sinned.

    but, as both tim rohr and chuck white have shown, a neocat professor taught diaconate candidates that "Jesus became a sinner." see

    but to say that Jesus became a sinner is to deny some truth which must be believed with divine and catholic faith.

    therefore, that neocat professor was teaching heresy.

    has apuron, a neocat follower and ardent supporter, corrected this error for all the faithful to hear?

  3. Good for CCOG. Keep pounding the points. Get more laity to speak out! Let the Holy Spirit of God guide you friends.

  4. Kenneth San AgustinAugust 15, 2015 at 10:35 AM

    Ai adai si Mr. Smarty Pants Zoltan puts his already accustomed foot in his mouth again. The one thing that we can learn from the almighty Zoltan is that a cult does exist on Guam and Zoltan is truly a faithful follower.


Recommendations by JungleWatch