Saturday, October 31, 2015


"The ones that give me the hardest time are non-natives. Some of them have left and moved on, sad to say. But even of the native ones, I really detect that they pay courtesy, but in their hearts there’s always, I don’t know what it is, whether it’s judgment against me, or whatever, or probably the way I administrate." - Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, 2003.

Here's the problem, Archbishop. The people who know you best - like you the least. And your fellow Capuchins probably knew you better than anyone - particularly the ones who have "moved on." 

In fact, many of us know exactly who you are talking about when you say "non-natives." You are talking about the now-deceased Fr. Jack Niland...who you feared. In fact - beyond the grave - you still fear him. He hangs about you like Marley's Ghost...except he's not the one in chains. You are. 

You fear him because you don't know whether he took your secrets to the grave. He may well have. But there are others...still alive. 

You should have recused yourself from ever being considered for the bishopric of this diocese. 

My advice: RESIGN while you still can - lest the Ghost of Agat Past soon visit. 


Fly on the Wall has left a new comment on your post "OOOH. LITTLE ADRIANA IS MAD.": 

This is a special birthday presentation to the Archbishop from Fly on the Wall at the Chancery.

A close friend of the Archbishop wishes to present him with a special birthday surprise. You could call it a walk down memory lane. It goes back to a bio written about the Archbishop in 2003, and it shows some telling points of view on how he views his relationship with his fellow Capuchins, and how we see that even in 2003 he was blind to his own faults. The biography is very long, and contains many quotes directly from Apuron, but I’ll start with just a short section on his “Relationship with Clergy”

Friday, October 30, 2015


For years many of us had heard stories of the sexual molestation of young children, especially boys, by "certain clerics." Asked why those who knew of these cases did not report them, most simply didn't know who to report them too. 

Most did not want to go to the law because they wanted the matter to remain private - as it was a grave embarrassment to their family. But still, many wanted something to be done. But who to go to.?The bishop? 

(That's a dead end and I will soon demonstrate why - if you didn't already know for sure, for sure.)


Tim, you ruined Sister Marian by contacting Extension. Your fault. I'll go to my party at the Hyatt peacefully. Bye.

Yes, I did. And for newcomers to this blog, here's what "Bye" is referring to:


Joe asks to print the whole memo from Adrian partially printed in FLY ON THE (CHANCERY) WALL REPORTS

  1. Tim,

    Print the rest of his crap. Just want to see how far he went. Did Rome and Nuncio get a copy. Next Bishop, hell!! He already looks at the work we do in the Parishes as "not essential". What more if he were a bishop. All you fence sitters need to get off and get loud or this _ss hole becomes your shepherd.
So here it is:

Thursday, October 29, 2015


Last January I did a post titled TEN YEARS IN ARREARS. It was because of this:

RMS had not filed its required annual corporate report since 2004. I did the post on January 14, 2015. Caught with their pants down, RMS hustled their board treasurer up to the nearest notary on the same day:


My comments in red.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "ATIENZA'S ATTACK ON YOU, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR CULTURE...": 
Poor Eileen. I feel sorry for you because you accuse Mr. Atienza of not providing the source of his information in which he did. Tim just left that portion out. 



Looks like "Fly on the Wall" got to him. Back soon.

UPDATE: Shouting at the chancery! Adriana going nuts. 


Eileen Benavente-Blas
4:23 PM (13 hours ago)

to atienza.david
Hafå Adai David Atienza,

I read your article at

Your statements are wrong concerning the funeral mass and the casket: "...the casket is not closed until the end of the funeral mass" and "At the end of the mass with the body present, the casket is closed."

Wednesday, October 28, 2015


We are planning to protest street side at the Hyatt this Sunday, Nov 1, at 5PM for the birthday bash. Please pass on the information.

Teri Untalan


Fly on the Wall has left a new comment on your post "FROM THE MAN WHO WOULD BE BISHOP": 

As a fly on the wall, sometimes we hear interesting things that we can pass along. And sometimes luck shines upon us and we get documents that we can share with an anxious world wanting to know the true motives of the people in charge of our salvation.

Such a document recently fell upon my wings, which shows that salvation has nothing to do with Adrian's ministry, and David the VG as well. It's actually all about the money. They want more and feel hurt when others have more than them. As the first part of the letter below proves, it is a clear indication of what makes these two bozo$ tick.


The following letter was sent via the Editor for The Guam Daily Post (formerly Marianas Variety).

Dear Ms. Tabornes-Reilly,

You can hardly be faulted for relying on a work published by an anthropology professor currently employed at UOG for your Sunday article: "Death rites in Guam..." (The Sunday Post, 10/25, pg. 5)

However, for future reference, you may want to know that one of the authors, David Atienza, has an agenda to discredit Chamorro culture in order to justify the intrusion of the Neocatechumenal Way into Guam's Catholic Church. 


Dear Rome,

This is from the man who would be bishop:

Come on Tim I thought you were on top of things. You didnt get the recordings of the convivence yet? It should have been forwarded to you live streaming. If you did then you are holding back on us as usual. You dont believe in spilling the can all at once, do you? Atleast we agree on that. Your mind is still back in history, cant let go of it? Hence your radicalism which is so unfortunate.

By the way tell your informant over at DYA, I know who he is, Mr. P.A.A., to stop causing more problems. All he needs to worry about is the chalice and cake for November, such a hypocrite I tell you. 

This is what gets me with you people. You try to lead everyone to believe you are all perfect. Oh no, lets not discuss the dirty laundry attitude. We go to Sunday Mass everytime. We are fine. We are traditional.

The neocats are just like you, they are all sinners but the difference is that they dont hide it.They dont pretend to be in perfect marriages. They dont pretend to be sexually secure. (of course there are other issues but I purposely put these two here, hint hint Mr. P.A.A.)They(neocats) realize their sins, their inadequacies but they cling even the more to God, who died, who fulfilled it on the cross for them.

Heveno Shalom Aleichem!

-Jokers Wild 

Can you imagine a bishop who signs himself "Joker's Wild?" Worse, can you imagine the intelligence of this man who actually thinks he's hiding behind this silly pseudonym when he is so laughably recognizable? And worse yet, can you imagine the further destruction wrought upon the Catholic faithful of this diocese by such a silly impostor to the episcopal chair after thirty deadly years of the current occupant?

Notice that he wants to submerge all the evidence that I have provided over two years against his evil regime - for which he is the mastermind - into a single issue: my supposed being stuck in the past. This has been a constant theme, simply because it is all they have. They can never refute a shred of evidence that I have provided so Adrian and his fools try to make this about something else. It doesn't matter what that something else is, it just needs to be about something else, anything, anything but the facts - the TRUTH. 

We see this in his silly gloating over his supposedly knowing who my informant is in the next paragraph. I actually had to look up who this Mr. P.A.A. was because I didn't know who Adrian was referring to because I did not receive the information about Harold's abandoning his RMS post and this diocese from a Mr. P.A.A.

However, it doesn't matter who I received the information from. The issue is Harold's departure to supposedly go "on mission". Mission to where? Which bishop called him to serve in his diocese? Which poor country is he going to? We all know that this "on mission" stuff is a bunch of crap.

Archie's boys go off to stay with other neocat communities where they are as wined and dined and petted as they are here. Meanwhile, the Catholic faithful of Guam have had to foot the bill for Harold ever since his barely post-pubescent self arrived on this island in a pretty package with Apuron's name on it.

Unable to account for this fraud, Adrian tries to make this about the source of my information - which - because it involves the prison - would be public information anyway if I requested it. Typical neo-tactic: deny, deflect, deflect, deny - lie, lie, lie. Silly Adrian.

He then does the typical straw man routine, claiming something that we've never claimed: that those who oppose him and his evil pretend to be "perfect" pretend to  have "perfect marriages,", etc. And "sexually secure?" Really, Adrian! "Sexually secure?" Okay, for your sake I won't go there. LOL.

But now watch this, he threatens Mr. P.A.A. I don't know Mr. P.A.A. but obviously Adrian does. And as a priest and chancellor of the diocese he may have information about Mr. P.A.A's personal life or marital status that is confidential. Yet, he uses it here to not just threaten Mr. P.A.A., it's a warning shot to everyone who may want to stand up against his evil regime and threaten the legitimacy of his summer-school degree. 

I have been made aware of this kind of threat on several occasions. Most of it has to do with pending annulments or even the application for annulments. It is used as leverage to keep enemies at bay and to threaten silence and conformity. Some believe that joining the NCW will expedite their annulments. There is also the abuse of confidential knowledge about irregular marriages and other marital problems that should remain the domain of priestly confidentiality. But not so with Adrian and his rot. If we have learned one thing from the Kiko's it is that their "ends" justifies any "means," particularly if those "ends" are Adrian's. 

Let us recall just how EVIL Adrian can be. When Aaron Quitugua was inquiring about his prospects to study for the priesthood for this diocese, Adrian told him that he could not attend any other seminary other than RMS. Not wanting to be formed in the "neocatechumenal way" as the RMS was constituted to do, Aaron persisted in his quest to attend a legitimate diocesan seminary off-island as every other real diocesan priest in this diocese before him had done.

Not being able to legitimately defend RMS nor legitimately deny Aaron's quest, Cristobal told Aaron there was no money to support his attendance at any other seminary other than RMS. (There was a ruse about his attending the newly formed JP2 seminary - but Aaron knew this was not a seminary and all education would be at RMS.)

Being denied on account of a lack of financing, Aaron asked whether or not the diocese would sponsor him if he paid his own way. Adrian replied back: NO.

This was a really stupid answer. In denying sponsorship to Aaron if he paid his own way, Adrian is admitting that he lied about a lack of money being the reason for the previous denial. The real reason for denying Aaron the opportunity to study for the legitimate diocesan priesthood is found in what Adrian told Richard Kidd a few years before when Richard was meeting similar opposition. Adrian told Richard (now Fr. Richard):

"In this archdiocese the diocesan priesthood is no more. There is only the Neocatechumenal Way."

Dear Rome. You need to look harder. I (and many others) believe you will see that Adrian is at the root of all the evil in this diocese and you may even find truth to the rumors that he has had Apuron blackmailed for years. Then you will want to look at the source of this blackmail. But something tells me you already have it. Hint: 1977. 

Here is the email exchange between Adrian the Joker and Aaron Quitugua:

From: Aaron Quitugua 
Date: Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 9:42 PM
Subject: Follow Up

Dear Fr. Adrian,
Thank you for meeting with me today. It is a joy to see that a new Archdiocesan seminary is finally in the works. I believe that our meeting flushed out many concerns I have regarding this new seminary, which is to be at the Malojojo Retreat Center. I write this letter before speaking with my Spiritual Director to lay out the major concerns we discussed and the elements that you said you would provide me so that I can make an informed decision about entering this Archdiocesan seminary.

During our meeting, I mentioned that my major concerns were in regards to (1) the overall structure of this new seminary (2) the college credits I have already earned and (3) the formation I will undergo.
In regards to structure:
I made it clearly known to you that I am a very structured and organized person. I am meticulous when it comes to details because I firmly believe that before I can make decisions, especially important life decisions, I need to know exactly what I am getting myself into. I am not one to shoot into the dark. Seminary life is supposed to be structured so as to form the seminarian accordingly and build stability in his life, which are key elements to the discernment process.
You affirmed that being structured is important, but I cannot expect to see much structure in this new seminary right now because the details are still in the works and anything can change.
In regards to college credits:
You informed me that the seminarians of this new seminary would have to take classes at the Bl. Diego Institute. I made it known to you that I have already earned some college credits at the University of Guam and am currently enrolled at St. Joseph's College of Maine's (Catholic University) accredited online degree program.
You told me you would get back to me after consulting Msgr. David C. Quitugua, Bosco, and Dabid as they oversee the Bl. Diego Institute regarding the following so that I can make an informed decision:
1. Will the college credits I have already earned be transferable to the Bl. Diego Institute, especially since the Institute does not offer General Education courses and, as you said, operates the European way?
2. Will credits I earn at the Bl. Diego Institute be transferable to accredited universities should I discern that I am not called to be a priest after all?
3. Seminarians at the Bl. Diego Institute earn a Bachelor’s degree of Philosophy in two years after completing 62 credit hours. At most accredited universities/colleges, 62 credits only completes an Associate’s degree (some require up to 66 credits). How are 62 credits equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree here?
4. Seminarians at the Bl. Diego Institute earn another Bachelor's degree, this time in Sacred Theology in four years before eligibility for ordination. Does the Bl. Diego Institute offer the graduate degree program (Theologate) as outline in the Program for Priestly Formation under the Norms for Intellectual Formation?

5. You told me that tuition for the Bl. Diego Institute at the new seminary would be covered by the Archdiocese. If I were to enter the new seminary, would the Archdiocese assume the cost of my tuition, books and other fees from St. Joseph's and would the Archdiocese reimburse me for the money I have spent on a college education thus far.

6. If I were to continue my classes with St. Joseph's would I still be required to attend the Bl. Diego Institute?

In regards to formation:
How long will it take for me to become a priest in this new seminary?
I believe that if the questions are answered adequately I will have enough information to make an informed decision guided by prayer and spiritual direction. Father, thank you again for meeting with me.

God Bless!

Aaron Quitugua

(6 days later)

On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 4:59 PM, Cristobal, Fr. Adrian <> wrote:


Here is what Prof Bosco Corrales wrote in response to your questions:

1) We can only transfer credits of classes that coincide in content and number of class hours with the program of the Institute. General Ed. credits will be probably not transferred, but only philosophy and theology credits as much as they correspond with our program.

2) We are only accredited by the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, so the credits of the Institute could be transferred to any pontifical university in the world. In regards to other universities the transfer would depend on the board of that university.

3) Our students do not earn any philosophy degree, they earn a Baccalaureate Degree in Sacred Theology after completion of the six-year program (185 credits)

4) The Institute follows exactly all the guidelines of the Holy See (expressed over all in Sapientia Christiana and the Decree of the Sacred Congregation of Education of Jan 2011)

Our program of studies lasts 6 years. It could be less after transferring some of the credits the student has already earned.

Hope this is helpful,

Fr. Adrian 

(6 days later)

On Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 10:51 AM, Aaron Quitugua  wrote:

Good morning, Fr. Adrian,

Thank you for getting back to me with these responses. Please thank Prof. Corrales for me as well.
I will use the information provided to me thus far, along with prayer and spiritual direction, to guide me in this major decision, which you have allowed me some time to make.

Based on these responses, I am glad the Bachelor's degree program was cleared up for me in regards to what exactly seminarians at the Bl. Diego Institute earn. Although, I still have some concerns, especially in regard to the transfer of credits into and out of the Bl. Diego Institute. This is not to say though that I have ruled out the possibility of me attending this new seminary. I just need some time to make my decision.

Again, I trust in the Holy Spirit to guide me in making this decision, which will come about through prayer and spiritual direction. I ask that you continue to pray for me.  I will be in touch. Thank you again.
Si Yu'us Ma'ase,


(the same day)

From: Cristobal, Fr. Adrian <>
Date: Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 2:01 PM
Subject: Re: Institute
To: Aaron Quitugua 


Pray to Our Blessed Lady who said "I am the handmaid of the Lord, let it be done unto me according to your word."

Fr. Adrian

(7 weeks later)

On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 3:54 PM, Aaron Quitugua wrote:

Good afternoon, Fr. Adrian,

Thank you for meeting with me again yesterday and for understanding my decision not to enter the new seminary yet so that I may earn an accredited undergraduate degree under a general education program since the Bl. Diego Institute is not currently equipped with the resources to offer me this.
I just want to recap our discussion from yesterday to ensure that we both understand each other and to ensure that I understand the position of the Archdiocese in regards to the seminary. Please bare with me as this letter is lengthy.

We discussed the following important issues all in the understanding that this new seminary for regular diocesans and the Bl. Diego Institute are still in initial stages and are developing:

One was that I still desire to become a priest and I stressed how important it is to me to earn my undergraduate degree from an accredited institution that offers a general education program that introduces students to a wide variety of subject areas (Math, science, history...) and then allows the student to specialize in a specific field. I then used Mount Angel Seminary as an example as their college meets seminary requirements, is accredited by a secular organization(Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities(NWCCU) and the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS))and offers a general education program. You mentioned that the Bl. Diego Institute isn't quite ready to offer an undergraduate program and accreditation may occur somewhere down the line. We discussed that although the Bl. Diego Institute is affiliated to the Lateran University in Rome, an affiliation is not the same as an accreditation.

Also, in a previous email you sent me on September 10, 2013, you wrote that Prof. Corrales affirmed that the Bl. Diego Institute is not able to accept my college credits and credits will only transfer out to Pontifical universities. The transfer of my credits is important because it ensures that I don't waste what college education I have already received as well as the money spent to receive it. It also ensures that should I discern while in the seminary that I am not called to the priesthood after all, I would not have to start my college education from scratch as if I were a college freshman coming straight out of high school. 

Further, I made it known to you that I desire to earn a graduate degree, even go as far as a doctorate. Universities that offer graduate degree programs not only look to see if you've earned an undergraduate degree, but specifically look for accredited undergraduate degrees.

Another concern we discussed was the issue of formation. A seminarian attending this new seminary shared with me his daily routine, which is usually to wake up, pray the Divine Office, attend Mass, go to class, come back to do school work, eat and sleep. My concern is what other formation aside from praying the Divine Office and Mass would I be undergoing. You mentioned to me that the formation of seminarians is under the direct supervision of the bishop of the diocese the seminary is in and that the new seminary for regular diocesans is still developing its formation program.

I also mentioned to you that I was able to speak to the Rector of the new seminary, Fr. Romy. Fr. Romy shared with me essentially what you shared with me; that the new seminary is in its initial stages and is developing. Fr. Romy also mentioned that a plan to build a permanent structure for the new seminary is being conceived. You affirmed this, but said it would take time to accomplish this.  

Father, upon reflection of the above issues we discussed, an idea came to my mind. The first time we met on Sept 04, 2013, you informed me that our Archdiocese no longer has the financial resources to send seminarians to study abroad, which is the purpose this new seminary is being started.

The idea that came to mind is this: Since the reason for not allowing local seminarians from Guam to have an education abroad is due to lack of financial resources, would the Archdiocese sponsor me to study at Mount Angel Seminary if I were to consume the cost of my education and formation there since I seek a fully accredited seminary? It would not cost our Archdiocese any money to send me there. As we discussed, Mount Angel is an accredited institution with a general education program. They would accept the college credits I have already earned and should I discern that I am not called to priesthood after all, credits will transfer out of them to accredited secular institutions, such as UOG, which ensures that I would still be on track to earning an undergraduate degree.

Father, it is my hope that this email is not interpreted as being disrespectful, but rather as one that strongly feels the call to the priesthood.  Despite the many challenges in my discernment, I have stayed the course over the last few years and continue to pray to God that the Archdiocese will help me find a way to serve the people of Guam.

If anything I have stated here is incorrect or misinterpreted on my part, please feel free to inform me. Thank you for taking the time to work with me regarding these things and I look forward to your reply.
God Bless you always,


(5 days later)

From: Cristobal, Fr. Adrian <>
Date: Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 8:36 PM
Subject: Re: Recap
To: Aaron Quitugua


Thank you for your letter.  I hope to give you some answers in the next week.  I ask you to be patient.

God Bless,
Fr. Adrian   

(7 weeks later)

On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 8:28 AM, Aaron Quitugua wrote:

Good morning, Fr. Adrian,

Merry Christmas! I hope all is well considering how busy the Church calendar has been as of late.

I just want to follow up on your Nov 12, 2013 response to my November 07, 2013 letter that I sent you regarding my decision not to enter the new local seminary and my question of whether the Archdiocese would sponsor me to study at Mount Angel Seminary if I were to cover all costs of my education and formation there, meaning to say that it would not cost the Archdiocese any money to send me to Mount Angel.

In that Nov. 12 response you said that you hoped to have answers for me within that next week. Perhaps you have overlooked it considering your hectic schedule, but I still have yet to receive those said answers a month and a half after your initial response. Please know that it is very important for me to know the Archdiocese's position regarding this issue, so that I can make the necessary provisions and plan ahead for myself.

Also, in your Nov 12 response you asked me to be patient. Father, I'm sure you would agree that I have been more than patient, given that I have patiently waited, with prayerful patience mind you, for over a month. I only ask that the Archdiocese relay to me clearly their position so that I may plan accordingly in pursuing my priestly vocation.

Thank you for taking the time to assist me in what I consider to be an important matter. Should you need a copy of my Nov 07, 2013 letter and your Nov 12, 2013 response, please do not hesitate to ask me.

God bless,


(the same day)

From: Cristobal, Fr. Adrian <>
Date: Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: Follow Up on Reply
To: Aaron Quitugua 

Dear Aaron:

A Blessed and Holy Christmas!  

I appreciate your patience in this regard.  I also apologize for the delay in responding.  It is true these days have been extremely busy.  

I regret to inform you that your request to have the Archdiocese sponsor you at Mt. Angel Seminary is denied.  

In the event that you do have a change of direction in this matter and decide to follow the course of action that we require, please fell free to contact me.

Fr. Adrian Cristobal

Tuesday, October 27, 2015


From an official at DYA:


- Apuron has named the candidates he wants as auxiliary bishops: Adrian Cristobal and David C. Quitugua and a priest from Brazil are listed.

- Fr. Julio Cesar Sanchez believes he is now an Episcopal candidate for Guam or Saipan.

-Vatican upset with Apuron. He is even losing his internal supporters within the congregations. Apuron tried to play Tim Rohr and CCOG as rabble rousers. Now Vatican doesn't think so. Apuron seen as abusing ecclesial power, using Church power to threaten others, and claims to have friends in high places. This is what the Vatican is angry with.

- Apuron has been paying Vatican contacts to delay canonical cases.

- Mae Ada story really did alarm Rome.


Reposted with the permission of the author. Email 10/18/15

Dear Archbishop Krebs.

Archbishop Krebs you are a deeply respected Vatican diplomat. I know that you will serve in any country that you are requested to by the Holy See. I know you would humbly accept the wishes of our Beloved Holy Father. 

However, I think you would find it rather strange if you were aware that some Archbishop in an insignificant archdiocese in the middle of the Western Pacific was planning to have you sent to the Congo. 

Yes, Archbishop Krebs the controversial Archbishop of Guam who now has world media coverage was arranging to have you assigned to the Congo. Archbishop Apuron and his devoted Friend who is called Putrid Pius assisted by the NCW wanted you out of New Zealand. 

The plot to remove you failed. 

Unfortunately your predecessor was not so lucky. On several occasions Archbishop Charles Balvo had requested Archbishop Apuron of Guam to supply financial audits to the Holy See. Archbishop Apuron refused Financial audits. 

As a result Archbishop Apuron claims he arranged for your predecessor to be appointed to Kenya. Upon the announcement of Archbishop Balvo to Kenya Archbishop Apuron began dancing around the chancery referring to " Darkest Africa. " He claims he and his NCW had the Power to remove Archbishop Balvo .  

Archbishop Krebs, Archbishop Apuron planned to remove you. He really does not care for Vatican diplomats . I share this information with you because Archbishop Apuron still believes he can have you assigned to a remote part of the world at his personal wish. I doubt this very much. But I do believe it is important to make you aware of exactly the kind of games Archbishop Apuron plays. 

With my kindest regards 

Sent from
Fr.Matthew Blockley

Monday, October 26, 2015


  1. RMS is a scam and so is JPII in Malojloj. God only knows what heresies they teach under the guise of a "diocesan" formation. I know someone who purchased tickets to the gala because she "cannot deny the Archbishop." In the same breath, it is these people who also complain about his rudeness and gossip about all the goings on at the Chancery. The more we give in "because it's the Archbishop", the more this leadership will get away with all their corruption. It sickens me when people bitch about this man and then hand him everything he wants on a silver platter. Personally, my family and I will NEVER support RMS or JPII and certainly not this Archbishop!


Here is the full PDF file, complete with timeline and supporting documents. Download and share...especially to anyone thinking of giving this scam of a place another $200 under the guise of a birthday party.



Unable to inspire any authentic vocations or even to continue the inspiration established by his predecessor, Apuron purchases a vocations franchise in order to fast track his red hat and surround himself with the adulation he so ravenously thinks he deserves. Cost: 40 Million Dollars and the trashing of countless good people. 

Now read The Adrian's self-promoting "Essay" on page 3 and compare what a bishop is supposed to be with this Kiko-savant. Disrespectful you say? I say NOT. Apuron abdicated the bishop's seat and any claim to the Vicar of Christ for this diocese when he chose to be "Brother Tony" and take orders from the KAKA-brains who smelled out Tony for what he is: an opportunity.

There was just one liability.



Many of us who have never experienced "the Way" do not understand why people just don't leave it when confronted with obvious heretical teaching, psychological brutality, violence to their family, financial extortion, mental slavery, blackmail, and so on. Perhaps this letter from someone who escaped will help. But as you will see, the wounds remain.

Excommunication literally means to be "X'd" out of
a community.
And just a note why so many bishops support this great evil. 1. They get a third of "trash bag" collection. 2. They are too lazy to raise their own vocations so Kiko provides them. 3. They are too lazy to do the hard work of evangelization themselves so they opt for a turn-key Kiko franchise. And there is one more: Satan does not waste time with the sheep. The shepherd is the prize. 

The following was originally written in another language and run through a translator so there may be some inconsistencies in the English.

When I was expelled from my community and the Church, I felt like a 
knife sliced me in half without anesthesia. I do remember that stance 
as my spiritual death. I have not been able to set foot in a church ever 
since. I tried but I can’t. In my life this has become the silence of God. 
In  the  worse  moments  of  my  life,  where  suffering  is  unbearable,  the 
hardest  thing  is  the  silence  that  remains  after  your  soul  has  been 
destroyed.  Those  who  have  experienced  dramatic  moments  such  as 
these,  know  that  what  is  always  left  is  silence.  This  is  perhaps  what 
best defines a traumatic shock too immense to be expressed with the 
sound  of  words.  The  silence  after  a  bomb  ...  Something  like  that  is 
what happened to me that day.

Sunday, October 25, 2015


And in the U Matuna...NOT A THING WAS SAID ABOUT IT.

Instead, we got "Tony's" celebration of himself aka "The Good Shepherd" ????



Rather than arguing with these people, any time they say "Rome has approved it," or something to that effect, simply say "Show me the document." And teach others to say it too.

If there is one thing Rome does it is the production of documents for absolutely everything, especially when it regards the promotion and protection of the "source and summit" of our faith: The Catholic Mass. 

Saturday, October 24, 2015


  1. If motivated by an intent to defeat a known or anticipated tort claim, the transfer to the NCW would be a "fraudulent conveyance", at least as to those potential creditors, and easily undone in court.

    The absence of "consideration" by the NCW would be further evidence of this fraudulent intent.
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Friday, October 23, 2015


Its a child and not a choice.
20 weeks -HELPLESS LITTLE BABIES. Its a child and not a choice. Do your part to protect them by sharing this video of a 3D Ultrasound. Video credit (Pastor Troy Dukes)
Posted by Wendy Key on Saturday, September 5, 2015


This Will Be Your Church - The Archdiocese of Apuron

It is your choice.  You must do something!

Apuron is not a shepherd as he does not lead his flock.  The Sexual Abuse Policy is an example.  I made four attempts to meet with the Archbishop, and non were met, not even a phone call.  All I received was a threatening letter to not attempt to another appointment.  This is not a shepherd.

In July, he had a California attorney threatening me to cease and desist.  My response was that I would not.

Archbishop, it's been over two months, and I'm still waiting.  Sue me!  We will not allow you to do this to Our Church.

John C. Ada Toves TYPHOON


AnonymousOctober 23, 2015 at 1:26 AM
Oh wow, it didn't fit... I remember when a member of the NCW coffin didn't fit, and people are going to bitch? This isn't the first time! I never heard of a" Neo" complain about this petty crap


My reply to Apuron deserves praise for seminaries by Mari Flor Herrero in today's PDN:

Hello Mari Flor. Thank you for this. Since you know the archbishop so well do you mind asking him why he ignored the Feb. 12, 2013 letter from the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith to amend his sex abuse policy? 

Yes, apparently, Rome reviewed our archdiocesan sex abuse policy and noticed some grave omissions, such as protection for those who might dare to come forward - especially protection from the archbishop. 


The "Joker's" back:

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "TODAY. K57. 12PM": 

Thursday, October 22, 2015


Go here to read the description of what happened. 

A grieving family with Patti Arroyo

Burying their loved one turns into a nightmare at the Pigo Cemetery. Another debacle courtesy of the Neocatechumenal cult run Archdiocese of Agana.


Msgr. David C. Quitugua
Dennis Santo Tomas (Chair)
Joe Terlaje (Executive Director)
Jackie Terlaje (Secretary)
Wayne Santos
Roland San Augustine
Lilian Posadas


Sorry, Diana. I was a little busy this morning and didn't get to post my daily reminder. There's still time though. Rev & Tax is open till 5. 

You know, this is getting rather tiresome having to ask you for this every day. What's the hold up? I mean, serious. Just one little document that says REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY, A CORPORATION SOLE and it's over. Just like that. You win. 

TODAY. K57. 12PM

So you show up at the cemetery with the body of your loved one. You attempt to put her casket in the crypt. It doesn't go in because their is a construction defect with the crypt. Obviously that's the cemetery's responsibility so an alternative solution is arranged, and arranged in such as way so as not to cause the grieving family any extra distress. 


"The Diana", in an attempt to defend once again the theft of the Yona property by Archbishop Apuron, reprinted a Q&A with Pius the Putrid which was printed last August in the Pacific Daily News. Thanks Diana. You give us the opportunity, once again, to demonstrate why we call him "Pius the Putrid."

Wednesday, October 21, 2015


Note: The "This" in the comment below is a reference to the letter posted here

  1. This is not authentic. Diana said Yona property is gift of someone local. That's why she won't respond.


Good Morning, Diana!! Up and at 'em. Today is another day. Your groupies await your direction. And Rev & Tax awaits your visit. Still no time? Oh, well (yawn, stretch), you'll get to it sooner or later. 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015


For the full context and the meaning of the letter below see The Ultimate Treachery

Dear Diana, 

I know that you mean to get to Rev & Tax sooner or later so that you can finally shut me down with an actual document and not your interpretation of a dictionary definition (LOL) or your personal unlicensed read of Guam law (LOL).


It's a DOCUMENT, Diana: D-O-C-U-M-E-N-T. Doc-u-ment. Corporations are public entities. Corporate papers are public documents. You are looking for the one that says REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY, A CORPORATION SOLE. Come on now, Diana. The world is watching:

Monday, October 19, 2015


Received the following message and reposting here. It is just one of a long list of atrocities related to the how the dead are treated by the kiko-jerks.


LOL. The Diana is still insisting that we use dictionaries. How funny. The Thing Diana will have nothing to do with the legal analysis of an attorney licensed to do business on Guam who has clearly stated that RMS is NOT in the archbishop's control*, yet we are to fall silent at her own "analysis" of a dictionary definition and her unlicensed read of Guam law. 



You probably knew that the meeting last November at your place was nothing more than a photo-op for "Brother Tony" (as he is called by his "community").  Did he get your permission to use it in a newspaper ad to promote himself? You may want to give him a buzz. His picture is about to appear in a none-too-flattering story and you probably won't want your face next to his. 


See Day 2, 3, and 4. Rev & Tax opens at 8. Hope to see it by the end of the day. Remember, it's Article I.

Sunday, October 18, 2015


Good Morning, Diana Dear. I realize you must be very busy convee-ving at the convivence this weekend. So busy in fact that you may forget to go to Rev & Tax in the morning. So I thought I would leave this kindly reminder for you.

Here Diana. Here's what it looks like. 

Saturday, October 17, 2015


Good Morning, Diana. Oh, well it's already afternoon. Anyway, we are now on Day 3 since I gave you the very clear instructions on how to locate the document that will shut me up. 


For those who may have missed it. Here is the article in the PDN and the press release about CCOG's intent to see to the return of the Yona property.


Looks like I've won, folks. LOL! "She" even thinks I actually comment on her blog. A bigger LOL.!!!

Friday, October 16, 2015


Chuck's recent post about the "new aesthetic" brought to mind a couple other posts I did about the first time I encountered a real, documentable, purposeful, intentional, and blatant lie in the service of the Neocatechumenal Way agenda to gut our church from the inside out and replace it with Kikology. 


EIGHT countries and SIXTY-FIVE regions have logged onto this blog. Anyone have any idea why? LOL. To get more data on who is logging on and from where, go to:


In his latest post, GET YOUR PARISH KIKO-FIED, Chuck White lays out several points recommended by Kiko's architects to "get rid of the sacrificial mentality of your parish." However, chances are that your parish has already rid itself of "the sacrificial mentality" and WITHOUT a neo even setting foot in it. Let's look:

1. Change your “altar” to a mere table

Since the 60's we've been hearing "the table of the Lord" instead of "the altar of God." Long ago, and before Kiko, we moved away from the High Altar atop "the three steps" 


Was Rev & Tax closed yesterday? I noticed that you have not yet posted the corporate documents showing that Redemptoris Mater Seminary is a "corporation sole." What's the hold up? Are you busy with the preparations for your convivance? 

Thursday, October 15, 2015



As the Neocatechumenal Way becomes more established in your parish, many of you are undoubtedly very eager to expedite the adoption of Kiko Arguello’s New Aesthetic into your parish’s church building. Bear with me, please, and let me suggest some steps you should take to accomplish this. (Continued)


Concerned Catholics Of Guam (CCOG) will be having a General Membership Meeting on Thursday, October 15 at 6:00pm Yona Senior Citizen Center (near Windward Hills Baseball Field). Update on CCOG activities will be discussed. All are invited, please  invite family and friends to attend.

For more information, please contact Greg Perez - President of CCOG at 727--3233.


In the midst of all this ugliness I would like today to also celebrate something beautiful: the marriage of my parents SIXTY YEARS AGO today. My mom is still with us. My father passed last year. They had eight children, beginning with me. Thank you mom and dad. It was one tough road, raising eight children in the very rough and challenging 1960's and 70's in the very unforgiving environment of Los Angeles, California. 


On  October 14, 2015, the Thing Diana admonished a commenter to "her" blog:

Do not change the subject. You do not even know for certain if St. John's seminary and the rest of the other seminaries is a corporate entity.. So, do not change the subject. The Archdiocese has been saying all along that the Archbiship (sic) is the corporate sole of RM seminary. That is a FACT. Are you denying this fact? Yes or no?