Friday, October 30, 2015

HERE YOU GO, JOE

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:






Do you really think Adrian would have been the least bit concerned if he was at the top of the Chancery pay scale? Do you think he would be complaining about inequity and charity? 

Sr. Marian, did you know Adrian was gunning for your office budget?

The last item (3b) is a whopper given Adrian's wholesale sellout to his Kiko masters in seeing to it that every possible penny from "the poor" goes to take care of his and Apuron's pets living at their sea-side Yona palace not to mention money for their never-ending junkets. 

1977

15 comments:

  1. Ooohhh, Adrian and Marian food fight. Silly Marian.

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  2. I like the part....C1. "find religious who are capable of the job. A religious who is devoted will work out of a sense of mission and not only to gain a salary......" Really???? Lead by example is my suggestion.

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  3. You can rest assured that someone on the blog sent this memo not only to the Apostolic Delegate / to Rome/ to several bishop's. SOP. Faster than CNN.

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    1. Equus 0-60 8 seconds memo to Rome faster than that???

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  4. Silly goose! This was Adrian's April Fools (note date of memo)! He didn't actually mean it--but then he really did. Bwaaahaaa

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    1. Lol. The Aprils fool joke is on him. Everybody knows Adriana has no sense of humor, so this was no joke. He meant everything he said, and the sad part is that he refuses for feel guilt for the comments.

      Fly on the wall out.

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  5. So ORE can be handled by one person? I wonder if that is why our catechesis is so poor. A one day a year, force everyone to attend conference and then go out and teach the people. So Adrian was to blame for it all in the first place! Our Marian understanding is "stuck" and it will take such a forward thinking fool like this one to show us the "Way". Get real. Catholics need to stand up and start speaking out. We need to make sure this individual doesn't get any closer to leading us to ruin than he is now.

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  6. what a con-artist, lying sack of sh*t.
    its all bullsh*t and the absolute worst part? frikkin Rome knows this and doesn't do jack shit!
    they could give a damn about all this corruption.
    somebody told me, pray. pray for the archbishop, pray for so and so.
    i pray that a Divine Light shine on these scumbags and the whole world sees them for what they are: bottom feeders.

    everyone of the neos, whatever you call them needs to be run back into the sewers they come from. take the carpet-bagging Kiko and his shameless flock and leave them on a deserted island.

    makes me sick. all of it.

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  7. On the local level, for the last year or so, we have been witnessing an attack on me personally and upon some of the initiatives I have introduced in the Archdiocese. This attack has been relentless. All this has hurt me deeply and compels me to pray ever more intensely.

    10. Some of our brothers and sisters of my flock insist that I undo a number of pastoral works that are doing so much good in our island. Some want me to retract a number of decisions that I made for the good of the Church. There are some who are calling for my resignation. They have used the media extensively to undermine my reputation and my moral authority. This is sad, not so much because they hurt me personally, but because these actions are damaging the Church which we all love.

    11. We are a Church on an earthly journey to our heavenly home. All along the way we learn to be faithful stewards of God’s many gifts. Some of us are very successful and have great gifts and talents. These gifts and talents are to be shared to build the body of Christ, not tear it down. But, never make new, I'm moving forward. See you at my party. Just about sold out. BYE.

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    1. Lol. You got Tony's insincerity down pat. See you at the protest tomorrow.

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  8. “With due respect, your Excellency, how can we speak of social justice, when among ourselves we fail to see the great inequity in salaries? I hope we can correct this for the sake of helping you become an effective leader and pastor of this archdiocese. I believe we can help you do that.” Conclusion of ¶ 1.

    Talk about damning by faint praise! So Adrian actually has no compunction telling the Archbishop and chancery leadership in writing that he is an ineffective leader and pastor? This says all one needs to know about their relationship.

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    1. Adrian, among many others who know Apuron, knows that his "Excellency" is merely a straw man who needs to be propped up by others surrounding him. The tone of his letter also reveals his contempt for his "master".

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    2. The only drawback to this effort, is the form of help that Adrian is offering to make Archie a more effective leader and pastor. The broken moral compass that Adrian possess tells us we are in for a rollercoaster ride, off the tracks with this guy. Obra Scoba....

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  9. Adrian has been rightly demonized for his arrogance and malicious intent, but I have to give it to him: he is a shrewd operator who knows how to exploit the weaknesses of others. He saw a vacuum in the fog-brain of Apuron and used that vacuum of leadership to manipulate things that led to the NCW setting up shop on Guam, and for conning the Archbishop of Guam to prop up their malevolent MO. Now the VG and the Archbishop feel they have to show a united front to cover up past mistakes. NCW must now realize that their foray into a small and seemingly gullible island may be their Waterloo. Now they have to bail, for laypeople have risen up to protect the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. They never thought that a small Pacific island will ever sniff out their stinky rotten plans for a hostile take over.

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    1. Waterloo. I like it. But if it's only Teri Untalan and a few ladies out there Sunday 5pm in front of the Hyatt then we're kidding ourselves. They'll be proven right that it's only Tim Rohr who is the trouble maker. No matter. I will continue.

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