You see, John, Diana lays out the central problem and witnesses to it. You and Diana simply belong to a different church. Face it. Here's why.
In the Catholic Church, the real one, magisterial authority passes from pope to bishop to pastor. As Diana demonstrates here, your magisterial authority passes from pope to Kiko to catechist.
For you, there is no bishop. And despite all of your side's protestations about our side's disrespect of the bishop, the fact is: YOU COMPLETELY LEAVE HIM OUT.
So you see, John. There is NO BISHOP in the Neocatechumenal Way. Bishops are just useful props for Kiko. In fact, John, to the Neocatechumenal Way, our own "bishop" is nothing more than "Tony", as you call him here:
Diana further illustrates the NOTHINGNESS of the bishop in this admonition to a commenter:
Do you see the problem, John? You don't? Here. Let me help you.
The bishop is the "first steward" of the liturgy in his diocese.