Friday, October 30, 2015

TIM, YOU RUINED SISTER MARIAN


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:

LETTER TO CATHOLIC EXTENSION SOCIETY


In short, what I"ruined" was another scam. Apuron has money to fly in boys from all over the world, put them up in a palace, wine, them, dine them, play with them, sing with them, eat pizza with them, ordain them, then fly them all over the world some more, yet he goes to the Catholic Extension Society every year with his hand out pretending to be a poor mission diocese and stealing money that would otherwise go to truly poor dioceses like those which serve Native American populations on Reservations. 




RMS


Tony's Ride




43 comments:

  1. 1977 Eagles HOTEL CALIFORNIA 1977 can you forget that one? 1977.

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  2. Interior Tony's ride. Nice Analog clock. Tic tock, tic tock. Tic tock. Tony.

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  3. Perfect post, Tim.

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  4. It's my car, it's my birthday, My money spend how I like. See you at the Hyatt Sunday 7pm bring an envelope lots of things I need . bye.

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  5. $h!T just got RE@L! lol... Joy!

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  6. Fr. Matthew Blockley.October 30, 2015 at 11:29 AM


    This post is very important and reminds us of social Justice in our church. Tim was perfectly right it drawing our attention to the Catholic Extension grant. Americans collect in their parishes for catholic extension which supports the many poor rural dioceses in the United States. I never believed Guam was poor because it is not. Archbishop is very rich so why was he accepting grants from catholic extension. Ridiculous. Catholic extension was just supporting this horrible Marian woman who is a complete disgrace to her congregation . She lived off Catholic extension money for years at the expense of the poor. Congratulations to Tim Rohr we need more investigative Journalism like him to expose the sham of Guam. If Archbishop is to speak of social justice he needs to practice social Justice in his administration.

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  7. I think Sr. Marian and all these neo-PAWNS ruined themselves on their own by crawling in the same kaka as kiko. The evidence truly speaks for itself unlike that of Diana with her only tool called "Google" and her wanna be attorney opinions she's been conning her fellow pawns to believe in. No one forced ANY of them to LIE, STEAL AND CHEAT. ..... Bunch of crony kiko pawns....

    Thank you Tim and the CCOG for all the evidence presented.

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    1. All I can say is "shame on your Sr. Marian" obtaining this funds intended for the poor and the needed but yet use yourself and Tony's. Guess, you don't have to pay to enter the what you call it PARTY for the greedy. I don't even what to address you as Sr any longer.

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  8. Fr. Matthew Blockley.October 30, 2015 at 11:50 AM


    Shocking disturbing to the people of God when a Catholic Bishop flaunts wealth in a car like this. Even if he has the wealth to do this prudence would say you do not drive around in such a car as bishop or a priest. What message is Archbishop conveying to the people of Guam. Parents today have to work often two jobs to put food on the table for a family, send the kids to school, and to have a few extra blessings. It is hard for people to earn a living today. But Archbishop of Guam drives this car, spends thousands of dollars flying all over the world. This Sunday the Archbishop of Guam celebrates a dinner in honor of himself at Guam's prestigious Hyatt Hotel for $200 a plate. What is this saying to the people of Guam? We try to build a Church of fairness justice respect for everybody but the Arcbishop of Guam is concerned only with himself. It is a dark day in the history of Guam's Catholic church to watch a bishop who has gone so horribly wrong in his life. What about the poor Archbisnop? Sell your car and for God sake get some Humility in your life . You are a disgrace to the people of Guam to the Pacific and to our Church. The Best thing you can do this Sunday is to offer your resignation to the Holy Father and let healing to the church begin.

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  9. Fr. Matthew Blockley.October 30, 2015 at 11:55 AM


    My present car I purchase for $8,000. What is the cost of the car Archbishop Apuron drives around on Guam?

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    1. $60K+ all the amenities. Spared no expense. For sure, for sure!

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    2. Cash payment Equus $72,000.
      Big difference between $8,000 - $72,000.

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    3. For sure for sure my friend Gave me this car.i asked for same again different color. For sure for sure I deserve these gifts I'm a bishop. Don't forget bring me money Sunday night Hyatt 7pm. Hearing undesirables protestors at Hyatt.... Bringing bouncers with me ..... Flew John in from San Fran. For sure for sure . See you Sunday 7pm Hyatt. Bye.

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    4. I hope John came at our expense. That will give us more ammo.

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  10. I'm on life support now but never mind. See you at the Hyatt Sunday 7pm. Bye.

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  11. Just for the naysayers, here are several articles regarding the Pope, leading by example:
    www.reuters.com/article/.../pope-cars-idUSL5NFOFCO1R20130706
    www.caradvice.com.au
    www.huffingtonpost.com/.../pope-francis-for-focus...

    May everybody have a nice weekend, and reflect on this.

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  12. Correction on the last referral: it is to be read as:
    www.huffingtonpost.com/.../pope-francis-ford-focus...

    Even when re read yourself, you can make mistakes.
    Apologies.

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  13. A mission diocese is a place where the Catholic Church is emerging, and even thriving, but the financial resources are scarce. A mission diocese is often limited in terms of infrastructure, Catholic educational institutions, professional opportunities, and philanthropic opportunities.
    In a Catholic Extension supported mission diocese, often one or more of the following conditions exist:
    • There are many Catholics, but little institutional Catholic presence (i.e. ordained leaders, Catholic schools and church buildings).
    • There is a rapidly growing Catholic population, but limited financial means to support this growth.
    • Catholics are spread throughout great geographic distances, making pastoral outreach difficult.
    • Catholics are located in areas facing economic hardships.
    • Catholics represent the religious minority in their communities.


    I am not sure how the Archdiocese of Agana fulfills this requirement

    Each year, Catholic Extension reviews audited financial statements from all dioceses that wish to maintain their mission status.

    http://www.catholicextension.org/faq-and-policies#elgibility5

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    1. Very possible then that our chancery has been lying for many years.

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  14. Tickets almost sold out for my Gala! Hurry if you want to kiss my -----, SEE YOU AT THE Hyatt. I'm not driving the Equus. Don't want my tires SLASHED. BYE.

    ***That was kiss my RING you evil minded radical.

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  15. Tickets nearly sold out for my birthday. Few left buy them fast selling like Hot Cross Buns. See you all Hyatt Hotel 7pm Sunday. Don't forget bring an an envelope I need money to travel, going to South America next week . bye.

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  16. While we are at it, we might want to address a discrepancy that I have observed regarding multiple Mass intentions. Here on Guam I noticed that churches and priests mention so many intentions before Mass. Imagine my shock when I went to a parish where the lector read intentions thirty minutes before the Mass because the intentions were fifteen (15!) pages long! Really? The stuff that Martin Luther will take a rather bleak view about.

    The general church norm is one intention per Mass but supposedly Guam gets away with it because it is considered a mission diocese. What does that really mean, and is the Archdiocese of Agana considered a "mission?" I know that I may be opening the proverbial "Pandora's Box" but we have to face head-on the discrepancies in order to purge and purify our diocese along the path of integrity. Apparently these observances have proliferated during the 30-year reign of Anthony Apuron. He was more concerned about his worldwide travels and other personal concerns than the welfare of his diocese. It was more about taking more and not sharing more. He has amassed vast sums but he has never shared. Parishes get a call from his office when they fail to "pay" him that standard bishop fee from parish fiestas and confirmations in a timely manner. To the point that most priests decided to either give his "obligatory chenchule'" along with the invitation for him to come or hand him an envelope right after the Mass so that they do not get a dreaded call from the Chancery. Despicable process, and I thought those cameo appearances were part of his pastoral work - so why is he getting amounts over his normal monthly salary?

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    1. Leave my Mass Intentions alone. For sure For sure I can make a thousand dollars in one Mass clubbing Mass intentions together. That my side lime extra cash! For sure for sure now you expect me to live. Leave My Masss intentions lit of this. See you at the Hyatt 7pm Sunday...... Bring you"re Mass Intentions with you in a second envelope. See you at Hyatt bye.

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    2. Of cors I'm a mission diocese I'm poor cant you see. I can only drive an Equus not a Volvo x70. What are you talking about? I need money from Masses. See you at the Hyatt 7pm . Don't be late. .You bring me two envelope one my gift, other Mass Intentkons. See you at Hyatt Bye....

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    3. I've also been told by an off-island priest that there's only suppose to be one intention per mass. I'm guessing that accepting multiple mass intentions is one way for parishes and clergy to make a lot of extra money.

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    4. Please read this regarding Mass intentions and giving an offering or stipend for a Mass intention.
      http://www.thecatholictelegraph.com/special-intention-mass-offerings-covered-by-canon-law/20049
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    5. You are SO CORRECT on this, Agnes! Every stipend that is offered to a priest to say Mass for a specific intention (including Animas, En Bida, for the sick, etc.) is to be accepted for that intention only at that particular Mass. There may be dozens of Mass stipends offered by the Faithful to a particular priest daily (judging from Mass intention lists printed in church bulletins and/or announced before Mass starts, maybe upwards of 30-50-100). It was illicit to lump them all into one Mass.

      Unless the rules have changed (quite possibly; I don't know), it is illicit for priests to lump many intentions at ONE Mass. So, most he could fulfill is 3-4 stipened-intentions a day (some priests say 3-4 Masses on a Sunday to accommodate the Faithful). So what happens to the other stipend-intentions? The other intentions (and the corresponding stipends) were sent to missionary priests or priests at monasteries, abbeys, seminaries, homes for retired priests, etc. where there are more priests than people giving stipends - and those stipend intentions are then fulfilled. Back then, it was an accepted way of supporting the missions. Back then, the priest could opt to celebrate Mass with the larger stipends ($10, $20, etc.) and send the $1 or $2 stipends off to the missions - along with the specific intentions. (I don't know if people still offer $1-$2 Mass stipends.)

      That was then; I don't know what the rules are today. If abused, it can be a lucrative priestly function - especially considering the voluntary upping of the "ante" to $20, $50, $100 (or more if for bishops). The Faithful also give freely and willingly for baptisms, house blessings, car blessings, pet blessings, etc. (confirmations for bishops), weddings, anniversaries, etc. - sometimes called "honorarium". Back then, those are all "pocket money" to the priests. They were not taxed by nor reported to the Chancery, nor were they for parochial needs. Those were personal "bonus".

      Of course, the merits of a single Mass is infinite - and can suffice for ALL the intentions of the world! And the priest remembers in his Masses his own and other personal intentions. Remembering at Mass and receiving stipends for requested intentions are two separate things. This is not to denigrate the intrinsic value a single Mass!

      Again - I repeat - that was then (prior to Vatican II). I don't know what the rules are today - so I cannot fault priests who do LUMP stipend-intentions into one Mass (if they do)! And I make no judgments, nor say this as a "sour grape". Perhaps it is perfectly ligit today! I'm only relating what I know - like what the off-island priest told Agnes. - jrsa.

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    6. Money money money give me money . Money money money in the rich Apuron"s world. See you all at the Hyatt Sunday 7pm 48 hours to go till the bash begins...... Can't wet, wetting my pants with excitement. bye

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  17. Are you ready to be spooked this Halloween? just think of my birthday. Yes my birthday Sunday 7pm Hyatt Hotel see you there I'll spooke you all believe me..... Bye.

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  18. I'm leaving Equus San Ramon Sunday night.
    Don'twant car scratched .so will arrive like the pope in a Fiat.see you all Sunday night Hyatt howl 7pm. Don't be late now lots to do. Bye.

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  19. Live traffic tonight so fast.
    People all over the world reading Junglewatch.
    Readership numbers must be high.

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  20. stop giving money to the bad things. give it to people who really need it. if you don't have money, give your time and talent.

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    1. Been giving money to the homeless instead of the collection basket. God knows they need more than Tony.

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  21. This anonymous person who always ends his messages with "bye" is getting to be quite annoying. He leaves the impression of a glib, flippant and an airhead personality. He cheapens what Tim Rohr is trying to achieve on this blog, and I hope he knows that comments like his affects the credibility of the venue. Obviously we cannot control what people say on a blogsphere, but due to the gravity of the current situation, none of us can afford disrespectful and shallow remarks even in anonymity. Kindly share comments with substance, and be prudent enough to remain silent when no insights are present. I say this with charity, for we owe truthful and substantive remarks to our readers who are deeply affected by the troublesome events in the Archdiocese. Many are in our shoes, meaning the unfortunate plight of welcoming NCW influences, and they are hungry for answers. May God bless this crusade of speaking the truth.

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    1. Yes. I understand. However, I know who is doing this and there is the method to the madness that I can't share right now. There is someone who is reading those annoying comments and is getting annoyed...really annoyed. Anyway, the birthday bash is tomorrow. Make sure you join the protestors. 5pm Hyatt.

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    2. Thank you, Tim Rohr, for clarifying. I understand and trust what you and many others are doing. Carry on. Have a wonderful weekend ahead.

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  22. The past ten days we have read these statememts beginning " For sure For sure." They end with " Bye.". Certainly entertained readers. They could be seen as composed by a delusional insane person. All those statememts were sent to Archbishop Krebs to the Vatican congregations several bishops cardinals. The identity of the person is known in Rome. No need to worry . Archbishop is really annoyed with these comments. And it introduced a like laughter for all of us.

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    1. Janet B - MangiloaOctober 31, 2015 at 9:17 PM

      It mirrors perfectly the style of Tony-baloney. He speaks this way and anonymous is just mocking him. It is an effective "way" to bring Tony to the realization that he is NOT Gods gift to mankind or kingdom.

      If you know him you will connect to the style, ok?
      Bye

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    2. Who sent those comments to Rome? Who, who, who! That will only serve to embarrass me more! Stop this. I'm going to have dark circles under my eyes at my Gala party at the Hyatt. BYE.

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    3. Hope that some people won't be embarrassed by all the cameras tonight. Just saying. Better sit in the corridor; where the extra tables and chair of the Hyatt will be placed. If someone says "come up higher friend", don't do it. It's a trap. Too bad you just couldn't DENY the Archbishop. So many people. Watch for NEO BUS. FREE TRANSPORTATION FOR THE BROTHERS.

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    4. Anonymous 9:03 a.m. Probably free food as well for the brothers for sure, for sure.

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  23. He who wants everything gets nothing, then dies of rage!
    A person who lives dies badly.

    These are Italian proverbs that provide glimpses into the nether world and it's significance.

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