Wednesday, October 21, 2015


Note: The "This" in the comment below is a reference to the letter posted here

  1. This is not authentic. Diana said Yona property is gift of someone local. That's why she won't respond.

Of course, this argument is their last best hope of proving me a liar. Unfortunately, one of their own makes them out to be the liar.

Aurora Martinez is the Notary Public who notarized the notorious deed granting the property to RMS. Here is a copy of her signature and seal from the deed:

And here is the link to the full document.

And here is what Aurora A. Martinez, Notary Public, says about the origins of "the funds to purchase the Seminary":

Here is the link to the Guam PDN Facebook post.

Of course, apparently Diana forgot that she already quoted Putrid Pius in the PDN stating the money was donated by "an off-island benefactor":


  1. Well, In a sense I guess we can give the thingie credit for some truth in her statement, The $40+M Acion property is in fact a gift from Archie to the NCW free of charge. What a clown Diana is..

  2. MS Aurora, while it may not be strictly prohibited, it was not a good idea for you as member of NCW to notarize said document. Just not prudent. And then to comment on FB??? Think about it.

    1. Really, true, 1:46. Sticky.

  3. Pius forgot to mention how much his NCW cult put down for the property. Too many zeros I suppose, as in $000,000,000.00 taya!

    1. It's a miracle! A miracle that a religious sister went out of her WAY to help secure a donor, yet this particular order is not good enough for the NEO young women who want to enter the convent. How ironic.

      Off to the Carmel in New Jersey! It's a wonder why we don't donate to the convent in Jersey under go fund me. We have our own religious sisters to take care of.

      - Kiss My Ass

    2. Do you remember this proclamation; RMS, A Miracle For Guam
      by … come on guess … give up..Who else butt … diana the queen of truth on Sunday, August 3, 2014

      Diana August 3, 2014 at 6:49 PM
      Dear Anonymous at 6:37 p.m.,

      The NCW is under the Archdiocese of Agana, and it was the idea of the NCW who proposed the purchase of the hotel in the first place.

      Diana August 3, 2014 at 7:42 PM
      It was the NCW who prayed to God for a place to house the seminarians, and God answered by giving a FREE hotel, which was converted to a seminary!! Back in February I provided a PDN article showing that the Yona Seminary cost the Archdiocese of Agana and the People of Guam nothing, and I was ridiculed in the jungle because they did not believe it was free.
      Anonymous at 6:37 p.m., for a long time, the jungle has been asking about the Yona Seminary. Why???? They had nothing to do with purchasing the hotel in the first place? They never even prayed to God for a seminary

      Diana August 4, 2014 at 8:13 AM
      Dear Anonymous at 7:59 a.m,

      In the past, the Archdiocese paid 100% for the FEW local men to go off-island to be educated into the priesthood. Guam was not producing a lot of priests, and we had to ask other countries such as the Philippines or the U.S. for priests.

      Now that we have a seminary.....and one that was actually provided free for us, we do not have to pay anyone to go off-island and we no longer need to ask other countries for priests. According to Father Pius, the Archdiocese is supporting 3 or 4 percent of the seminary's budget, while the rest is supported by Catholics from all over the world including different foundations and Propaganda Fide.

      As for the NCW, we have given money to the Parish, and that is a fact. Money in the NCW is also used to purchase our chalices, patents, candles, wine, and flowers for the celebration. Money is also used for the mission families or itinerants.

      Diana August 3, 2014 at 7:58 PM
      Dear Anonymous at 7:52 p.m.,

      It was free because it did not cost YOU a single penny. God has always used people to carry on His ministry and His plan. And God used a Neocatechumenal benefactor so that the prayers could be answered and provide Guam with a free seminary at absolutely no cost to the people of Guam or to the Archdiocese of Agana

      Diana August 4, 2014 at 6:11 AM
      Dear Anonymous at 2:23 am,

      Instead of accusing me of lying, show me HOW am I lying, especially when you admit that there was a BENEFACTOR. I showed you the PDN article that was printed in 2010. The 2010 PDN article said that the RMS seminary was paid by a benefactor and it did not cost the Archdiocese a single penny. It is now 2014, and we have not changed our story.

      Diana August 4, 2014 at 6:18 AM
      Dear Anonymous at 2:33 a.m.,

      I am going to say the same thing to you that I told Anonymous at 2:23 a.m. Both of you stayed up so late (that is.....if you are not the same person). I showed you the PDN article that was printed in 2010. The 2010 PDN article said that the RMS seminary was paid by a benefactor, and it did not cost the Archdiocese a single penny. It is now 2014, and we have not changed our story.

      Diana August 4, 2014 at 7:40 AM
      Dear Anonymous at 7:32 a.m.,

      So, it was a neocatechumenal benefactor. Do you find it surprising that the NCW contributes to Guam?

      Diana August 4, 2014 at 8:01 AM
      Dear Anonymous at 7:52 a.m.,

      And this is coming from someone who did not even believe that the Archdiocese did not pay a single cent on the RMS seminary?? Now, you believe that there was a benefactor and that Guam received a FREE seminary????

    3. What a joke? A neocatechumenal donor? These benefactors didn't even know what was being pulled under there noses. What a shame that such a deceitful scheme occurred. This is all due to the Archbishop's devotion to his mentor Putrid Pius. A RED HAT WAS THE PROMISSORY NOTE, not actually written in stone!

      Want a RED HAT Archie. We can make you a RED HAT the says either "UDU" or Dunce.

  4. the master of neo truths

    Thank You, Father Pius
    Sunday, August 3, 2014

    The Pacific Daily News asked some questions to Father Pius. So, now one can hear our side. According to the Pacific Daily News:

    Here are excerpts of the answers from Father Pius Sammut.

    Q: Did the Neocatechumenal Way attempt to influence the transfer of title to the former Accion Hotel property in Yona from the Archdiocese of Guam to an entity whose officers are members of the Neocatechumenal Way?

    A: Actually it is the other way around. The purchase of the Accion Hotel was proposed by the Neocatechumenal Way to the archbishop, because in order to start the seminary and an institute, there was a need for rooms for 30 to 40 seminarians, 10 faculty professors, four classrooms, a library for 20,000 volumes, a chapel. The money for the purchase of the hotel was donated to the archdiocese by an off-island benefactor who offered it with the explicit intention of erecting the seminary and the theological institute. The previous owner of the hotel sold it for just $1.9 million with the proviso that the building be used as an educational facility. Actually, the archdiocese did not put down a penny.

    Regarding the transfer of the title, the legal adviser of the archdiocese, five years ago, asked that the title be transferred to the Redemptoris Mater Corp. to respect the intention of the donor and to safeguard the property. This corporation is a 'corporation sole' where there is only one member, namely the archbishop, who has all power. He is assisted by a board of directors who (oversees) the daily administration. The only member, namely the archbishop, chooses all directors. Then there is a board of guarantors that guarantees that the corporation follows the original purpose for which it was created. The Archbishop chooses, confirms, or dismisses freely these guarantors.

    So the Neocatechumenal Way does not and cannot -- by reason of its statutes -- possess the seminary but simply ensures the formation. ... The whole discussion on the property of the Accion Hotel began two to three years ago because certain individuals wanted to sell the building to pay their debts. Actually the archdiocese is only supporting 3 or 4 percent of the seminary's budget, while the rest is supported by Catholics from all over the world including different foundations and Propaganda Fide.

    1. How can it be proved that certain individuals DID want to sell Yona property? Hmmmm? Prove it.

    2. It can't because it is a lie. Another one. The only time it was ever mentioned was by former finance council president in a letter to Apuron AFTER he was terminated. And it was mentioned only by way of a suggestion for a possible best use of diocesan resources which is what the finance council is tasked by canon law to do. The revenue from such a sale could have not only eliminated debt, it could have established a real seminary complete with endowments for seminarians. But a real seminary was never the intent of Pius and the Kikos. It has always been a shell for a land grab.

    3. Putrid Pius mentioned Propaganda Fide.
      Here's what he's referring to:

      It is the Department (Congregation) of the Holy See founded in 1622 by Pope Gregory XV with the double aim of spreading Christianity in the areas where the Christian message had still not arrived and of defending the patrimony of faith in those places where heresy had caused the genuineness of the faith to be questioned. Propaganda Fide was therefore, basically, the Congregation whose task it was to organize all the missionary activity of the Church. Through a provision of John Paul II (in order to better define its tasks), since 1988 the original Propaganda Fide has been called the "Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples".

      Anyone see what's wrong with this picture? Don't get me started.

    4. He's lying about all of it. Guam Catholics are on the hook for this whole mess. We pay for everything. Stop it.

  5. Ms. Aurora Martinez, I didn't read the words "SOLELY" used for a seminary in the letter from the donor. Was this said to the NCW members by Putrid Pius and his puppet Archbishop Apuron?

    It seems that words get twisted when it comes to making the NCW shine. Tell Diana Aquinas to retract her statement that the donors were NEOCATECHUMENAL MEMBERS! Ask her to google the letter that says "SOLELY!"

    Peace be with the Holy Google and with your computer!

  6. Pius, Liar, Liar, Your pants on fire. The naked truth is the Apuron stole the property and gave forever to the Neo;s End of story!!!!!!

  7. This pseudonymous Diana is not really helpful to clarify truth or achieve reconciliation in the Agana Archdiocese. She should refrain from half-truths that serve no one's interest other than her own itch to say something, whether false or deceitful. The whole issue is not about whether or not the Archdiocese of Agana paid to build a seminary. The issue is about an archbishop who lied to his constituents and maneuvered a donation to the Archdiocese, then took it upon himself to give the property in question in perpetuity to an organization that does not serve the interests of the Archdiocese. The heavy-handed and twisting of truth to the point of faulting the Archdiocesan Finance Council and replacing them with people who are acquiescent to his bidding and manipulations are not the expected actions of a sane and just bishop. Replacing "Archbishop of Guam, corporation sole," with his own name implies ownership not of the Archdiocese but of his own person and those he designated as beneficiaries of the bequest. Diana would do well to analyze facts and consequences of apuron's maladroit actions before she attempts half-truths and naive explanations for the world to see, and reduce herself to a laughingstock par excellence..

    1. Thus: Deny, Deny....Deflect, Deflect.....Destroy, Destroy.....

  8. Catholics from around the world support 96 % of RMS??? Really, Father Pius??

    1. Can we see the collections?? All around the world, for sure, for sure. Archie complains about the bill. Like electricity. Can't keep those young guys off the elevator. Archie says, lazy. OHHHH, but not Harold. Just kidding, not you, Teehee. Sorry Harold!!

  9. 9.48am. Why don't you google Monsignor Bernard Prince who was secretary General. I believe he served time in a Canadian prison. Close friend of Tony regular visitor to Guam before he was thrown in a prison cell. Call me tony I'm one of the boys. Ps. After you google let me know.


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