Monday, October 5, 2015

CHARAMSA OUT

And that's bad news for Kiko...and Apuron.

25 comments:

  1. Monsignor Krysztof Charamsa is a small piece of loose thread, and with a few small tugs, the whole thing could come unraveled. Let's hope so.

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    1. Thank you Tim for the answer. Woo hoo!! I hope so!

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  3. Vatican gay “good old boy” network?

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  4. "I want the Church and my community to know who I am: a gay priest who is happy, and proud of his identity. I’m prepared to pay the consequences, but it’s time the Church opened its eyes, and realized that offering gay believers total abstinence from a life of love is inhuman,” Mr. Charasma told the Italian newspaper.

    Time for ALL gay priests and religious to come out of the closet and join the gay community. You are not doing us a favor by staying in.

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  5. Waiting for Apuron, Kiko, and the rest OUT

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  6. We need to continue praying for our church and the priests that God may give them the grace especially our pope who is being put under pressure because of the sudden news. We need to pray harder with humility.

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    1. Yes we do. But I believe this pope has brought this “pressure” on himself. There’s a reason why this priest felt he could go public about this when he did. Sadly, intentional or otherwise, the pope has given the impression that he can change certain unchangeable things.

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  7. Fr.Matthew Blockley.October 6, 2015 at 12:01 PM

    What is interesting to me Tim is that Monsignor Charamsa is a personal friend of Tony. Tony was feeding information into the CDF through this very source. Charamsa became friends with Tony as far back as 2005. I'm sure in a short time we learn more details about this.

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  8. Well, whoever is Diana of the Day can't spell Altar. Altar, Diana, Not Alter. Guess that's why they say Table. Hmmm.

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    1. Speaking of table, the CB is now using a table instead of the Altar due to repair work. The table placement is just like how it's placed in a Neo mass. Clap clap clap.

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    2. Clap, clap, clap. They can do as they please. One day there will be a Pastor there. He can fix it just like that. Take a picture. Tim post please. Thank you.

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    3. I witnessed someone taking a picture (discreetly) of the table after Mass, and the person did not look happy about it. Something was said that expressed disgust. I too sensed that something wasn't right with the set up.

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    4. All you have to do is come and see what they did to the Santa Ana chapel in Agat to see what every church in Guam including the Cathedral will eventually look like. The altar and the sanctuary is ignored - as per Kiko's instructions - and a table is set up in the middle of the space. It can't even be called a church. It's just a space.

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    5. On this subject, what's up with the setup In Sinajana? Looks neoish.

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    6. 6:29PM, how so? A Kiko church is having Kiko symbols. Does St.Jude's have any of these symbols? One can spot a Kiko take over the minute they walk into the Church. You must be neo, testing the grounds in the jungle. Go keep Di Di company.

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    7. Actually, sadly, no. He's not a Kiko. A previous capuchin pastor remodeled the church, completely abandoning the sanctuary and pushed the altar out into pretty much the middle of the church. So now there is no sanctuary, just like Kiko would like it. As I've said many times, Kiko hasn't done anything that our side hasn't already started. That's why I get queasy when people say they want their church back and think that just getting rid of the Kiko's will do that.

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    8. It was designed after the LifeTeen model (which was the latest crazy) and back then the attendance wasn't high so they eliminated pews and seating so it won't look to empty. It is slowly being returned however it was a very costly renovation in 2002/3 so project funding is low PLUS the parish is paying a crazy amount in parish assessments over 75k in back billing because Deason Kim and Tony felt we should have been paying a higher amount so it was retroactive to when they felt "we can afford it".

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    9. Redesigning a church to accommodate the Life Teen movement inside the Church was a bad decision. Do people really think it was it a coincidence that neo Apuron approved the redesign of St. Jude? As Tim has pointed out, our side already started doing things that are questionable. The red flags were raised way back but we were just too trusting of our Apuron who is really a wolf in sheep's clothing.

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    10. Well this is one I wouldn't blame on Apuron, though the neo influence may have contributed to the approval. In fact, you might say that Dededo was the first "neo" church, architecturally.

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  9. Where is Fr. Wadeson these days?

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    1. He is somewhere enjoying his stipends from our diocese. He is somewhere benefitting from the health insurance being paid from our diocese. He is somewhere, where his apartment rent/utility payment come from our Diocese. He is somewhere, be it here, there, nowhere or everywhere, enjoying the fruits of our hard earned cash.

      Who knows, maybe you will see him at the Birthday Party.

      BTW, did I hear rumors that the parishes were asked to buy a table for the Birthday Bash! Buy a table, buy a jubilee book! BUY! BUY! BUY! So BYEBYE!

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    2. 5:54 BUH-BYE party. Get me two tables.

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  10. Believe your right 5.45pm. He receives salary, health care, free rent and all the other perks from Apuron. But don't worry we are going to get justice .Revenge to Archbishop. I mean revenge. Watch.

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