Wednesday, August 5, 2015

SHAME ON UOG...BUT MORE SHAME ON APURON

Following is my response to:

A living culture and some non-scholarly reporting



http://mvguam.com/opinion/mindful-musings/41707-a-living-culture-and-some-non-scholarly-reporting.html#.VcFH28aqqko

Thanks Eileen. But on one point I would beg to differ. Atienza did not "fail" to do his research. He did his research, and he purposely wrote a lie, a lie consistent with the demonstrable Neocatechumenal ethic of the ends justifying the means which has given us a multitude of lies. 

Mr. Atienza's devotion to Kiko Arguello and the mission of the Neocatechumenal Way to subvert the Catholic Church from within is what brought Atienza to Guam, a place ripe with Catholics to be subjugated to the theology of Kiko Arguello and a hapless, mindless, coward of a bishop willing to host him and others like him...at the right price, which in Apuron's case is both money and adulation.

For more than two years, Chuck White and I have been thoroughly documenting these lies, over and over and over again. Atienza is no different than Apuron. Lies, demonstrable lies, consistent demonstrable lies, is standard operating procedure for everyone in the Neocatechumenal hierarchy and those - like Apuron and Atienza - who serve them. 

The Neocatechumenal "missionary" agenda is to portray the Chamorro people as superstitious pagans in order to validate their "missionary" presence here in Guam and justify the stream of money they are able to exact to support their "mission." 

Atienza supplements his missionary income by pretending to be a professor at UOG. Meanwhile he and his wife have had at least 5 "anchor babies" here on Guam (they have 9 children). Other "missionary" families are doing the same. In fact we have verification that at least one of the missionary families has been accessing public assistance to feed their kids. 

There is also other verification that at least two (probably more) of the seminarians (at least one of whom is already ordained) was rejected by their own bishops as unfit for the priesthood but were shuffled off by the Neocatechumenal bosses to Apuron who will take anybody - so long as they worship him. 

The whole thing is an insulting scam and Atienza's "research" hoax is an example dripping with the disdain with which he and the others hold the Chamorro people. Shame on UOG for keeping this guy, but more shame on Apuron...as if there could be any more.

11 comments:

  1. I've met quite a few of them, especially the younger ones, who I won't recommend to go to if you are in need of confession. Some of them do want to serve the Lord, but the teaching they have received from the Yona hotel is very insufficient to have them as Parish spiritual leaders. I do believe that they should either close that Hotel or bring better equipt PRIEST to teach the men how to serve God by serving His flock. jesofchalanpago aka JESUS S.N. CEPEDA

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  2. Now you know why Fr. Michael Jacutan needs tremendous help with his homilies since he was rejected in Hawaii but Apuron just picks up very harmful priests from other places. And now the people suffer because of it.

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  3. It appears he is guilty of academic dishonesty that should not be tolerated at any institute of higher learning. Indeed he has an agenda.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  4. Academic dishonesty is not to be encouraged. But it is happening often in Guam's church. For example is it proper to download a homily from Internet and read it as ones own homily. To me it seems not right. But is it acceptable in the academic world. Good thing with Tim Rohr it's all his own writing. When he does give references he acknowledges source document. Academic integrity. I cannot say same for the UOG prof.

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  5. I think a priest should take the time to write his own homily. The arch copies his Gospel reflection that appears in the Umatuna. Why can't he write his own Gospel reflection? To paraphrase Melville's Bartleby the Scrivener, "He prefers not to."
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  6. Please be seated. Read the homily, expressionless, without looking up from the paper. Fold it up put it in his pocket and stride back to his Chair.

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    1. Yes, here's your assignment for this Sunday. Write down a sentence from his homily and then google it. It usually comes up verbatim. I've done it myself a couple times for fun.

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  7. Plagiarism is a punishable crime. Students know that.

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    1. Not for Teflon Tony.

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  8. How can he write about the prodigal son and feel sincere about it? At least in that regard he is honest. Or has some honesty left in him. Or has some guilt left in him. Does that mean not all is lost. Continuing to pray.

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    1. If it's like everything else with his name on it, it was copied or somebody wrote it for him.

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