Tuesday, September 29, 2015

PHILADELPHIA


42 comments:

  1. As he was intoduced, his gesture was amazing. A MAN WHO LIKES TO STAND IN THE SPOTLIGHT. Wave, wave! Green shirt? Color is a sign of envy. No we are not envious. You stood out of place.

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    1. Thats the idea, He wanted to stand out of place from everyone else, the focus of all the attention. Its no wonder the Archdiocese is falling to crap, instead to trying to resolve the issues in the home front, he and his entourage are trotting the globe. Does this visit to see pope Kiko in Philly serve the Catholics in Guam in any way? It benefits only the NCW and most especially AAA, selfserving???

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  2. Fr. Matthew BlockleySeptember 29, 2015 at 1:25 PM


    Now this is a very interesting photo. His brothers are happy clappy. But look closely at his face. His face is gaunt taught stressed. He portrays the face of someone who is not happy - may be he knows something he has not told the brothers which cause his stressful face. Look at all the pictures from his USA visit. Photos are not happy. I wonder what is going on? What is underneath all this ? Why is he so u happy even with his brothers? I don't have the answer, I'm just asking the questions. Why? Why? Why? Why Archbishop have the Vatican Called you to a meeting?

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    1. Protestants don't show respect to the Pope. They have their own Godly figure called the Prophet (Kiko) and an Apostle (Pius). AAA is just known as Tony and much reverence is shown to him because he tithed the Accion Hotel to their cult as if it was his personal property. Thieves are what they are and the weak and vulnerable souls are their prey.

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    2. Actually, James T, our beloved brothers and sisters in the Protestant communion defer with respect to the position that the successor to the Chair of Peter holds. It is the problematic sectarian NCW that merely uses the Pope to prop themselves up. Their leaders flaunt their position in the hierarchy, as they manipulate the Pope as mere figurehead to advance their agenda of glorifying Kikonut.

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    3. Yes, the NCW cult members glorify their leaders and their cult. They LOVE all the attention and put out show after show to fool the world that they are doing the Church a favor by "bringing people in." They boast a membership of one million plus out of over a billion Catholics worldwide. Zoltan, please help out on the math because I may be wrong on this. ROTFLMAO!!

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  3. U photoshopped the bright green on his shirt, Tim. LOL.

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    1. Watch, the video 3:14, it it GREEN! Then watch OJ, as he lifted his head. Probably thought he could spot an eye spy. OJ you are a poor, pathetic body guard. Harold was in the crowd. No need for people to see who ALWAYS accompanies you, Tonioni.

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    2. Just rather bad taste. In tee shirts and companions.

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    3. Poor Anon at 3.14.
      Really!! This is the best you could come up with? Tim photoshop the green shirt?
      You really are a pathetic little turd! Did not you see the video?
      Did Tim also photoshop the whole video?
      Frankly the level of stupidity you are willing to go down to, is amazing.
      Stop shooting yourself in the foot.
      Better yet, stop putting your foot in your mouth. Unless of course, you wish to cover up the odor of sulfur coming out of it!!!

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    4. Thanks, Frenchie. I'm just guessing but I think 3:14 was being facetious and is probably on our side. Kind of mockery of how the Dianas like to blame me for everything. I know it's hard to tell in the comments. Perhaps 3:14 can help us out.

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    5. Yes, I am 3:14 and I was joking. I was reminded of how Tim was accused of photoshopping AAA into those dead sea pictures and I thought that I would have some fun.

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    6. You put a picture of the Bishop with a green shirt you make fun of that, you're ALL STUPID, NO LOL.

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  4. Fr. Matthew Blockley.September 29, 2015 at 3:30 PM


    Apuron, after the Holy Father left the united States you should have left. Should be back on Guam supporting your own family at this time and your archdiocese. You should not be aimlessly wondering around the East Coast doing whatever it is you do. Listening to Kiko and his kikoland nonsense wiill not provide solutions and healing for your divided Archdiocese. Your Archdiocese is in a state of decay because of those you follow. You need to wake up because your Archdiocese is in a state of disaster and I'm here to let the world know what a horrible little man you are.

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    1. Please do not tell Apuron to come back to Guam. It is better for all of us if he stays in kikoland forever.

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    2. You do see who is sitting next to him don't you. I spotted him in the Church when the Pope was exiting the Philadelphia Mass in the morning. I didn't see the Archbishop, but saw him.

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    3. Tony, ask your brother Charles Chaput for refuge. He looks like a nice guy. We'll send your stuffs. For free.

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  5. Edivaldo hidding from the Camera? That big Galoot!

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    1. Hey, Edivaldo has Solar. Savings go toward trips. What's your problem.

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    2. Solar savings paid for his trip? You must be an accountant. How much did the Chalan Pago Parish save from this renewable energy source to pay for this trip? Oh yeah, that's privileged information. One more thing, thank you for calling him by his first name because he's not a real priest.

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    3. Edivaldo to s Rome educated presbyter. Special to Arch. Jealous?

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    4. LOL. I guess you don't know the "Arch".

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  6. Looks like Apuron is the only one with a boy with him.

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  7. Now the sight says blocked in your country due to copyright.

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  8. Archbishop Nieves of Puerto Rico was also at the Philly NCW conference. As I recall reading, he was asked to step down by the Vatican twice a few years ago and refused. He is still the Archbishop for the Archdiocese of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/08/archbishop-roberto-gonzalez-nieves-puerto-rico-catholics-support_n_3238515.html

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/puerto-rican-archbishop-resisting-pressure-to-quit-from-vatican-report

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    1. LOL. Well that's a whole lot of judgmental ism right there. I guess you were inspired by the message of Pope Francis to show some hate. Hey how about some full disclosure: Edivaldo da Silva Oliveira

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    2. @ Wellington...you and other Kikonuts are the one who have betrayed the Catholic Church.

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    3. Wellington, your logic is typical Neo Kaka. Where in here did you read that our fight is against.God? The archbishop here is the one who has demonstrated he's not following God by his treacherous actions backed by lies and deceit. He has NOT made any real attempt to mend the division he has caused here.
      My advice is for you to crawl back under the rock you're from. This is our fight not yours so shut your pie hole.

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    4. Because it is also ridiculous to have some of you sending anonymous messages such those posted here, what is clearly a sign of cowardice... if you think something, voice it, take the responsibilities of your opinion and show your face.

      True words. Now go tell that to Fr Pius' anonymous lackey named "Diana." Courage!

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    5. Wellington, Wellington, Wellington, your Bro. TONY lives the NCW, not because it is helping him spiritually, but because he gets megaigai na atensiones from the NCW communities, especially from Putrid Pius and the Gennaweenies. He longed for this atensiones from his own people who never gave it to him. For Bro. Tony, the NCW is an outlet for him to SHINE. His halo is starting to get dimmer and dimmer.

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    6. 10:09. You ask where is the logic. Here it is. To oppose Kiko is to oppose God. Simple.

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    7. LOL Tim. We can conclude that Kikos are simpletons.

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    8. @ 10:58: Or Wellingtons. lol!!

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    9. Ya, 2:38 wellingtons for stomping around knee high in sh-t Kiko produces.

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    10. Kiko is shit. Wellington is a Kiko wannabe. Does this mean that Wellington is a fart? Somebody help me with this Kiko brand of logic.

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  10. Just tap on Wellington's name and follow the google trail to see his adoration of all things Kiko.
    https://www.blogger.com/profile/11333131426497189221

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  11. Edivaldo's brood of vipers @ 11:46 pm: as if putting your fictitious name makes your judgmental contribution right. Nope, wrong is wrong and right is right - no quibbling on this matter. Discern the truth of statements in anonymous comments rather than judge the non-disclosure of identity. You can put "Jolly Green Giant" as your name but does that make your statements right? You obviously just placed your name to justify your harsh judgmental tone but that, Oliveira, is disingenuous. I don't know if you even know that word. Go get some crayons to paint your mother's skirt.

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  12. Lol, thus enters Boston to soothe the masses when it was Boston that started the whole thing. Very typical of seminarians and priests who have this holier than thou complex just because they are wearing a cassock. It's not a habit or a collar or a cassock or veil that makes you holy, it is how you live out the Gospel. I think this Wellington character may be switching to Guam soon just to spite the lay faithful. So, if that does happen, then we welcome with open arms what Rome wants of us all. Perhaps it may help to rid more Catholics from the pews into God knows where? But as advice my friends, come hell or high water, most of all this stuff is a test from Rome as to how much you can take it. Yes? So just go to Sunday Mass and no need to join the NeoCatechumenal Way! And if they want to take over all the parishes on Guam, so be it. Be like the little old lady from scripture who gave her last two coins. For me, last Sunday's tithing was I believe two cents! Resist these Catholic religious fanatics because quite honestly, Rome Is testing us. Please trust in your prayers and if you want, keep all of them, those we dislike in humble prayer. That is the best medicine that money cannot buy! Ciao! Arivaderci! Stay positive!

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  13. Clap clap clap. That photo of Call Me Ton with his neo brothers and with presbyter OJ hiding from the camera is so representative of what is wrong with the sect. They like to appear in public propped up by the Pope but they are so ineffective in their ministries. They are like roaches in the night who gather unbeknownst to people, and scatter when they are close to getting identified. Yet we pay for their existence! They claim to be part of the parish, but they simply usurp the parish when they plant their own presbyters who simply mouth off standard neo sound bytes. Their presbyters have no desire to engage and appreciate the local culture and history, but rather they try to revise history with their importance as they have done (and continue to do) in other dioceses. In fact they employ tactics that humiliate well-intentioned people as a way to keep them beholden to them using God's name. I mean, how can a simple faith-filled person argue or even discern that he or she is being used for devious ncw ends? The lack of leadership and resolve to rid us of this very destructive cult is appalling and scandalous. Clap clap clap.

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    1. Found this about a certain mentality that appears prevalent in the ranks of the Neo invaders.

      Conquistador Mentality
      One of the hallmarks of conquistador mentality is the treatment of minority/ostracized groups as savages. The belief that there is something inherently deformed in the being of these others, therefore their very existence in the wider scope of things is judged using different rules. If they have something that the conquistador wants, then it is taken; if a crime is committed by one of them, then the conclusion drawn by the majority Voice is that all within the minority group is prone to exhibit the same animalistic behavior. An ugly cycle of thinking, but prevalent.

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