No reconciliation? That's tough! Maybe there will be some big announcement this Wednesday at the Jubilee Mass.
At this stage, anything coming out from Apuron's mouth amounts to nothing more than hot air. I won't bother to attend the Jubilee Mass. I have better things to do.
Apparently every Parish Wednesday Mass were cancel and encourage everyone to attend the Jubilee Mass. I guess he "APURON" need everyone there to fill up the his basket. I'll just stay home.
Just not bothering with the Jubilee Mass..just to be reminded of how our churches have been damaged by the leadership of Anthony Apuron? Its the same reason I can't recite the new Jubilee prayer on Sundays. Apparently, lots of other parishioners just stand there in silence. My donation will now go to CCOG to help right the wrongs of sad leadership.
Yup, enough already! After being blatantly lied to, then seeing one document after the other to attempt to cover up these lies (ie. the arch asking the RMS donor to cover up for him and then the donor responding that no such letter would be forthcoming because it isn't true...) ? After destroying our priests and weakening our parishes? Diana comes across like "Helpful Hints from Heloise". Archbishop, your leadership has been missing for a long,long time.
Again, telling the truth doesn't require returning to explain yourself once more.
I believe there are no permenant enemies in this life but only friends.We have all tried to reach out in friendship to Tony but he refuses to return to restore to reconcile with truth. For this reason we can only pray he has the humility to resign and to allow the healing to begin. Five more years of his behavior is a path to the self destruction of the catholic Church on Guam. A spiritual revolution is needed to return the church to its authentic faith culture and values. All which have been lost under Tony's leadership. Only a revolution can now restore the authentic catholic church to the faithful of Guam. A spiritual revolution built on God's fundemental law - respect for the family respect for faith and culture. Diana attempted to make my revolution something bad it is not. The revolution I'm talking about is a return to true catholic authentic values. A revolution returning society to prayer, to daily rosary, to novenas, to High Latin Mass, to Sunday evening benediction and Holy Hours. The revolution is to bring back the past because it will bring back catholic culture and identity to our homes and our famalies our communities, our catholic schools, catholic hospitals, we must re build our catholic culture and identity. This is building on the fundemental law of God, God,s natural law the family. To do this we need bishop's who respect the laws of God and the law of of our Church. These people in the photos are a part of the revolution silently working to restore freedom, justice, respect , truth, goodness and beauty to the community. They stand with God and when God is on your side no one can touch you. Justice is very slow but when it grinds it grinds exceedingly fine. The message is clear. Archbishop it is time to retire. Five more years of you is spiritual death to a nation. Let the revolution begin.
In response to Fr. Matthew Blockley’s comments (Oct 11, 6:24 pm), I can only echo a loud AMEN! So be it!To a lot of people, the word “revolution” does not sit well; does not sound like a good thing. To these folks (both within the Neo group and the rest of us non-Neos) I can only encourage you to re-read Fr. Blockley’s dissertation. Cliché as it may sound, it hits the nail right on the head!Revolution, per se, is not a devious activity. Understanding revolution well all depends on what you are revolting against. Witness the American Revolution from the English Crown. Had the Mayflower never launched from the shores of England, perhaps there will be no America today. Witness the People Power revolution in the P.I. which proved to be the ultimate alternative in order to remove a dictator. Had it not occurred, God knows where Marcos would have led the country! I am sure there are other examples, but you get the point, I think (I hope). Research history for many examples of a spiritual and peaceful revolution – all in the name of upholding truth against evil.Revolting against evil is not evil. Revolting to protect and uphold the truth is not evil. To revolt against what is happening to our Catholic Church in Guam is not evil. It may even be necessary!In the beginning when I first joined CCOG, I was reluctant to use the word “revolution” because of its negative connotation. While I still subscribe to the initial aims, goals and objectives of our NPO (peace, harmony, and unity within the Catholic Church), I am not ashamed to admit that the peaceful tools we had been advocating and using – personal pleadings, letters, appealing to Rome to intercede, requests for dialogue which have all been spurned and given a deaf ear - haven’t produced much of a healing within the Church. Of course, prayer had always been an integral part of our activity, and shall continue to be - but perhaps we are being told: “Continue to do so, but remember that God helps those who help themselves”. Perhaps a peaceful and spiritual revolution, such as Fr Blockley so well explains it, is a “way” (pun intended) of saving our Church.Onward, Christian Catholics! Stand firm in the Faith! Let’s together hold hands (and join hearts) to reclaim the pristine purity of our Church, which has been adulterated by an outside force. To do nothing, to sit by the sidelines and just watch it play itself out, to be apathetic and just “let others do it” is perhaps to be a contributing factor to the problem! It gives them the false belief that we are just “empty words without action”, and that we are an easy prey for them. For me, I would rather hold firm to and “stand up and be counted for” a faith handed down to us by Christ, His Apostles, the early Fathers of the Church, Tradition and the Church Magisterium – than in the teachings of a man and a woman who started this “new Way” to Heaven only since the early 1960’s. (Was there no “way” prior to that???) Thank you for your overview, Fr Blockley. - jrsa (Oct 11, 2015)
I said it before, I'll say it again. I do NOT want Apuron to resign. I want Apuron REMOVED!and removed for cause!! You guys who are asking for his resignation are too kind.
You guys are just a perception to tony
Eh? Who's Tony? Oh him. YAWN.
When is the convivence?? The big October surprise Las Diana's has promised?
Lady Di publishes that although the movement has special liturgies approved by the Holy See for its advanced members, the parishes will maintain their traditional liturgies.
That sign is incomplete! Where is Wadeson? Aurelio? Fabio? Santiago? Bushu?
Bushy?????? In darkest Africa, right Arcbishop? One more time, Archie, just who are the bishops who requested of you, the local ordinary, our presbyters who were ordained for Agana???? Never an answer for this question because it is a bold faced lie. Kiko call the shots where the presbyters go.
Fabulous Fabio among the missing!! He has the $$$$.
If anybody misses any of them, I'd be surprised. There are going to be a lot of wandering presbyters in the world. Majority from Guam.
The list of all of these "missing" presbyters remind me to get my donation to the CCoG. Why should our parishioners pay for any "pay/training/benefits" of these fake priests?
Come out, come out from wherever you are Fabulous Fabio. A welcoming committee is waiting for you. A "surprise" awaits you.
On your way out Archbishop, please take Cristobal with you!
Cristobal will run away of his own accord. In a pink Muu Muu. Adios, Adriana. No local ordinary to protect you, eh?
Bottom two presbyters? Like women. That's sort of good. ; (
Looking at the list of missing presbyters. If Pablo and Harold are among the missing, who is running the RMS asylum, Diana?
Hello anon at 9.01,I perceive that you are trying to make a point. What is it exactly???Wrong choice of word? Or is it just lack of words.?
A heckler passed by. I know of his past sinful life, and that he's now trying to make amends. In his short time with the Neo Community, he has learned just enough religion to hate, but still not enough to make him love. We prayed for him as he left.