Sunday, September 13, 2015


  1. These before-mass and after-mass prayers force us to mouth off a bunch of nonsensical prayers regarding the greatest failures of AAA during the last decade:
    RESPECT LIFE – Has the Archdiocese of Agana really helped reduce the rate of abortions? The track record speaks for itself. Plus, the Archdiocese (schools, churches, chancery) gives the bulk of its business to the Bank of Guam and turns a blind eye to the public pro-life / pro-abortion statements of its president, Lou Leon Guerrero.

    PRAYER TO BLESSED DIEGO LUIS DE SAN VITORES – What has the Archdiocese of Agana really done to advance the canonization of Father San Vitores? San Pedro Calungsod, a near-forgotten 17th-century Filipino teenager, was canonized through the lifetime work of Father Ildebrando Leyson, a Cebuano priest. Early clergy investigators even said San Pedro’s canonization was “a lost cause.” Guam’s feeble efforts have only yielded “Blessed” status for San Vitores, the very Spanish priest that this Filipino teenager was martyred for. Poor Guam just stood silently in the sidelines in Rome to the Philippines while the glorious crown of sainthood was placed on San Pedro. Enthused Filipino pilgrims travel to Guam to pay homage to THEIR saint at the Tumon site of martyrdom, which is largely ignored by Guam Catholics.

    GOLDEN JUBILEE PRAYER – This new poorly written prayer is a devious way to extoll the “new evangelization” of the controversial / divisive Neocatechumenal Way and its followers in the Archdiocese of Agana during the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Diocese of Agaña (Oct. 14, 1965). It is shameful that our Catholic leaders address the unhappiness of the Catholic non-Neo community and the forced silence of the non-Neo clergy / religious communities by making vague references to “reconciliation.”

    When the great and powerful assemble under the great icon of Santa Marian Kamalen at the Basilica-Cathedral on Oct. 14, 2015 to celebrate this jubilee, all will say these three wonderful prayers filled with half-truths and lies.

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