Saturday, September 26, 2015

WE'RE NOT AIRPORT CATHOLICS

DianaSeptember 25, 2015 at 3:59 PM
Dear Anonymous at 2:06 pm,

Personally, I think they are so jealous to see the Archbishop along with some of our NCW members from Guam visiting the US to see the Pope. And they (the traditional Latin Mass Catholics like Tim Rohr and Chuck White) cannot even organize themselves to go on a pilgrimage to visit the Pope.
  1. LOL. The Thing reveals the heretical cult idol worshippers that they are: a "pilgrimage" to the Pope? Pilgrimages are to holy places, not living men. And jealous? LOL. No, Chuck and I actually have real jobs and business and families to raise, feed, clothe, and educate. We're not "airport Catholics."

28 comments:

  1. Neo-Free Guam (World)September 26, 2015 at 7:54 AM

    Tim/Chuck congratulations you have are the poster whipping boys of the Way. You will be blame for everything, It is pathetic that this is the best the can offer. How about this? Apuron has been like the Pope's shadow, Korea, Philippines etc. Give us a break! Where was he to celebrate the ordination anniversary of Fr. Forbes, a fellow Capuchin? Diana, get real and accept the fact that you have met the "enemy" and it is you (NCW).

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    1. Thanks, Neo-Free, I agree with Tim. I have no time to plan any pilgrimages/junkets after meeting the obligations of family, work, worship, and doing my best to reveal the ugly underbelly of a pernicious sect and syndicate. More intel, by the way, is starting to pour in. Better get back to work.

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  2. Does Kiko the wannabe pope, can draw 1/1.000,000 the crowd that Pope Francis, our Pope of the One 'True Church?? Wake up.

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    1. Hey, 7:59 just wait to see King Kiko in Philly when they try to take over.

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  3. Of course the Kiko's are NOT there to "see" the pope. They are there for the pope to "see" them. It's how Kiko does it. He requires the communities to send representatives to every major papal event so that he can "see" them, their numbers, their worldly numbers.

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    1. Agreed. I also have to believe that Pope Francis would prefer that instead of spending thousands of dollars to see him, we spend that money to help those in need. The amount of money spent to travel from Guam to Philly, NY, or DC can buy a lot of meals for those in need, or clothing, or could be used to help shelter those without shelter, etc at home or abroad.

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    2. Francis even told the people from his own diocese in Argentina NOT to come to his big papal to-do. He told them to stay home and do exactly what you say here. However, that doesn't occur to the Kiko's. Being SEEN is what occurs to the Kiko's. Being seen and seen and seen...thus we have Apuron gate crashing every papal event and his kiko's scrambling behind them saying look at me, notice me, look at me. That's a Kiko.

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    3. It's a Kiko missionary the n the front row when they deign to come to our Mass. The ones who put nothing in the basket at our church. Just sit on their hands.

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    4. Try this: ask any kikozombie if they heard the Pope's speech at the UN yesterday. I bet none of them zombies give a rat's butt, and many don't even know about it. All they care about is the meeting with kaka on Monday. And we know exactly what is going to happen on Monday. The thousands of kiko worshipping families will listen the same ol' kerygma ramble for two hours, he will ask for "Family Missions" to go to China in his mad obsession to convert Asia, the abducted families will rise and then kneel before him, and then the trash bag will be passed around to cover the expenses of this pantomime.

      And finally the kikozombies will go back home levitating, thinking how great it is to be the elite of christianity, the chosen ones, the last cold beer in the desert. And owing lots of cash because traveling with wife and seven kids ain't cheap. Poor people.

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  4. Then again if one of the NCW members had decided to visit the states to see Pope Francis without getting permission from their catechist, they might have been called back to Guam in a hurry or risk censure or expulsion from the community.

    Only the catechists are allowed to travel without permission. I might never have heard of the NCW and decided to help support Tim and the CCOG if an errant NCW member had not decided to visit family stateside and was called back to Guam upon arrival. The catechists have much control over those who walk in the Way.

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    1. The Archbishop has sent letter to parishes that the second collection at all masses on Oct. 17-18 is for Missions with funds going to Rome. Just worried as all these NCW people (including one family of 13 from Yona) have traveled to Philadelphia.to see the Pope-maybe do mission work? Anyway, does anyone know how to address your donation, if I decide to give, so that it truly goes to Rome for missions, instead of Kiko for his "mission" work?.

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    2. There's only one way. Send it to Rome yourself. However, even then you can't be sure because the "missions" are overseen by the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples which is infested with Kiko sympathizers. Best to send it to Mother Teresa's order. They do REAL mission work. Here's the website: http://www.motherteresa.org/

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  5. please believe me, it's very expensive to walk in the Way, esp if your community has lots of young people. youth don't much in when the trash bag is passed around, so when it comes to somebody who actually has a job...walking youth travel a lot.

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    1. 9:28. Did you forget God Provides? : )

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    2. Can be. But lots of people mooch happily for years. Years! Mooch, mooch, mooch.

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  6. there seems to be many anonymous people here. it is confusing as to who is commenting.

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    1. You can be assured that the author of this blog is not anonymous. Regardless of how many unknown people comment, you can always contact Tim and know that he is a real person.

      There are many others who use their name here to display our convictions with credibility. I am Jose Martinez and a parishioner of Mongmong.

      Because I am known, many of my posts are shared throughout the NCW communities and are also used as a tool for intimidation towards other members in the NCW who have any kind of affiliation with me. Thankfully, this harassment is known and recorded by the proper authorities.

      Take anonymous comments with a grain of salt, but don't dismiss them altogether. They remain anonymous because they know that the harassment, intimidation and stalking of people who use their names here on JW and on Facebook is real and coordinated by the catechists of the NCW on Guam.

      The perpetrators can hide behind "unpublished" phone numbers and lurk within the shadows but their activities are known and some may even be public record.

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    2. Ms. diana, surely you jest! Jealous of tony and you going to see the Pope? And risk getting labelled as leeches like that feed on the goodness of others? No, make no mistake: you can have tony to yourself and to your community. Why would we want him? He is a useless piece of kikojunk who has overstayed his presence. He is an embarrassing gatecrasher who chases after the Pope for shady reasons and at he expense of good Catholics. You all can go to where you can freely kiss on both cheeks as if you are Europeans who have identity crisis. Please, diana, give us a break and spirit your presbyter tony away.

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  7. Now they attack Påle' Eric!

    The following comment came from an anonymous commenter who calls himself Jokers Wild:  

    AnonymousSeptember 27, 2015 at 12:12 AM

    junglewatch is also accusing the NCW of being AIRPORT CATHOLICS. Do the research, their(Latin Rite Fans) Spiritual Director(Fr. Eric) has been off-island many more times than our archbishop and even Fr. Pius. Birds of a feather flock together. Whats even worse is that this priest has been to manila on numerous occasions this year just to go shopping. Hes now in California just for the end production stage of a DVD. So if they want to criticize the Archbishop, NCW members and RMS Priests for their travel patterns, go right ahead. Then we should take a tally of all travel made by ALL priests of this archdiocese to include their purpose of the trip and their detailed itinerary. Lets find out where they went, where they ate, where they slept at night, where they shopped, where they had their entertainment at, where they played their video games and while we're at it lets just request for who traveled with them and why did they have to go.
    Come on people apply the standards to everyone.


    -Jokers Wild

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    1. Okay Jokers Wild, now it's your turn to tell us about yourself and your friends. LOL

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    2. W-I-N-N-I-N-G ! ! !

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    3. By rule, friars are mendicants and itinerants. Bishops, regardless of their religious past, are not.

      By the way, click here to view the trailer for Fr. Eric's "I am Chamorro" project. It's a project well-worth supporting. Says Fr. Eric, "We are a beautiful people, and it's about time that we let the world know about this amazing group of people in the Pacific called the Chamorros."

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  8. Well, joker wild, whoever you are, what a mouthful you came out with. I suggest you also get a life get a job, or at least go back to your dumb friend and learn to be an embalmer. You represent the walking dead .

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  9. Adrain!, you've always been a jealous idiot...

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  10. Fr. Matthew BlockleySeptember 27, 2015 at 11:31 AM


    Remember those pots and Pans flying around the kitchen. The Holy Father just mentioned " Flying Plates" May be he has heard who knows!

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    1. A little compassion for the Cristobal clan today, please. At the cathedral mass this morning it was announced that Fr. Adrian's mother had passed away last night. We don't like Fr. Adrian's actions but on this blog it has been said that his relatives are also distressed with his actions. Many of them have additional pain in their lives today. Please pray for the soul of Fr. Adrian's mother.

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    2. Fr. Matthew Blockley.September 28, 2015 at 12:15 AM


      I pray for his mother. she never offended me.

      remember I only attack those who attack me.

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