Thursday, October 1, 2015

LAITY FORWARD MOVEMENT

While the CCOG pursues legal recourse regarding the injustices in our archdiocese, a separate group calling itself the LAITY FORWARD MOVEMENT is organizing more silent protests. They have already organized two of these protests and intend to continue. Following the information on the next protest:


The next LAITY FORWARD MOVEMENT group silent protests will be on  Sunday, October 11 at 10 a.m. in front of the Cathedral-Basilica in Hagatna  and Sunday,  November 8 at 10 a.m. in front of the Cathedral Basilica in Hagatna.

If you want to get involved please call: Mae Ada at 734-7777, Juanita Cruz at 734-3201, Teri Untalan at 727-3577, Priscilla Quichocho at 969-7842 and Bernie Guerrero at 637-2966


2 comments:



  1. No man is an island,
    man stands alone,
    Each man's joy is joy to me,
    Each man's grief is my own.

    We need one another,
    So I will defend,
    Each man as my brother,
    Each man as my friend.

    I saw the people gather,
    I heard the music start,
    The song that they were singing,
    Is ringing in my heart.

    No man is an island,
    Way out in the blue,
    We all look to the one above,
    For our strength to renew.
    When I help my brother,
    Then I know that I,
    Plant the seed of friendship,
    That will never die.

    KATOLIKO
    FLO B.

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  2. A couple of comments:

    One comment said something about the presence of another group meant that the CCOG was splitting "like Protestants". LOL. The CCOG is a corporation organized to inform and pursue legal action. The Laity group grew from those who wanted to do public protests. What this person is afraid of is that the numbers and the visibility is increasing. I didn't post his comment because he names someone and refers to a personal matter without using his name.

    The other comment I didn't post was a quote by Fr. Corapi. Corapi may have said some strong things, but currently he is not a person I want to bring into this.

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