Saturday, November 7, 2015

FAKE. LIAR. AND IN THE NAME OF GOD.

From Apuron's Jubilee prayer:

Let this be a year of reconciliation.
As we reach this moment of our history
with love as your people, we ask you to grant us
a sense of urgency to activate and cultivate 
the values and forces of goodness,
justice, love, peace, and reconciliation.
In wounds of sin and division, 
may there be unity and wholeness.


"Apuron said he was aware of the group outside but did not understand why they were protesting at that event." - Pacific Daily News, November 2, 2015

In the words of one brave priest: "You (Apuron) are the problem." There is no intention on Apuron's part to reconcile with ANYONE. He is intent on squashing everyone and anyone who stands in his miserable path. 

START WALKING OUT ON THE JUBILEE PRAYER

P.S. Archbishop, I think I'll send a copy of your prayer to 1977. He'll be interested in those words: "wounds of sin." He still has them. 

18 comments:

  1. Apuron does things for show/appearance to make himself look good. Tony the PHONY is a pathological liar as well. In his mind, the world revolves around him. A megalomaniac of the worst kind!

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  2. He does not know because he is not involved with his flock. The church he is suppose to lead is falling apart and he thinks it is only a perception.

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  3. Fr. Matthew BlockleyNovember 7, 2015 at 11:13 AM


    What a fake plastic person tony is. The way he is now acting is only worsening the crisis in the pacific. He is not even making an attempt to reach out to those who are hurting he is completely blind to the situation around him. He is insulting good men and women in his sarcastic comments which he knows hurt others. This is a vile sick man and the message is clear " resign tony you are unfit to lead."

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  4. Apuron is delusional, He knows that there is a division, however he closes his eyes or turns the other way hoping that it will all go away like a bad dream, that time will heal all wounds, and people will finally give up and forget if you ignore the situation long enough, or perhaps he is of the mindset that the problem is not caused by him, therefore he doesn't have a problem and all is well in paradise. As long as my community loves me, the heck with the rest of Guam.
    I say, if he is not willing to lead the Church, he should step down, and let someone who is willing do the job do so. If you are being compensated for certain expectation, and you are not doing the work, in essence you are stealing from your employer. Last I check it is one of the 10 biggies - Thou shall not steal.

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  5. Well said, 1:59 pm. You do realize that he does not have the choice, even if he goes to his "responsible" and say sayonara, he will not be allowed to up and go. Why? Because the NCW has a stake in staying on Guam and the Marianas. The Redemptoris Factory, for example, needs to keep up the appearance of mass producing presbyters to justify their keeping it. God forbid that this real estate freely given to NCW will fall in the hands of the faithful Catholic Chirch on Guam! Stealing you say as a biggie? Not for these ruthless kikos, and they don't even realize it.

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  6. So I attended mass last Sunday at a non-neo Church and at the end of mass, the priest asked us to be seated for some announcements. One of the ministers came up and made the parish announcements and then asked us to stand for the Jubilee prayer. I noticed that the priest and the deacon were not reciting the prayer, not even mouthing the words! (There were a few of us not reciting it either). I thought this was a profound message by the priest although I was probably the only one who noted the omission (deliberate?). Actually the priest did start to mouth the words towards the very ending of the prayer. You can read into that as you wish. As someone on this blog said before, this prayer is way too long, seems to combine all the prayers we used to say before and after the mass, and has some words in it that seem to be formed by and for the neos (such as "new evangelization").

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    1. Father Mel's prayer. He quite pleased with himself. Father Mel, what's t all about here in Guam? Hmm?

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    2. It's also grammatically incorrect in several places. Like so many things in our archdiocese, it is fraught with error upon error. That seems to be the modus operandi for how everything is done in our church, in our cemetery, and our supposed seminary.

      Like so many people at Santa Barbara Parish, I do not recite this prayer.

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    3. Like many people at CB, I also do not recite this prayer. I used to but have found it lengthy, and seems to combine prayers/intentions said before, during and after mass. And yes, I've notice many parishioners do not even open the prayer book to read the prayer. They seem to have caught on...to pray for "new evangelization" is nauseating!

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    4. What is nauseating about this JollyBee prayer is the part of reconciliation. The archbishop speaks of this but truly doesn't mean it. ALL TALK, archbishop. There is no substance to your idea of Reconciliation. I choose NOT TO recite this "official" prayer as you have directed. BTW, what makes this prayer an "official" prayer?

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  7. The jubilee prayer is made by a NEO, the jubilee prayer is made by a NEO!

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    1. I don't think Fr. Mel Camina is a NCW. But to stay on Guam he has to ingratiate himself to the archbishop. I watched the NCW ordination on-line last night and saw with sadness that non-NCW priests Fr. Mel Camina and Fr. Danilo Ferrandiz attended. I WAS happy to see many empty pews near the entrance of the cathedral.

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    2. It's supposedly written by a Fr. Mel, allegedly a guest priest from the Philippines...and we all know the fear guest priests from the Philippines live under. They do what they are told. Tony says.

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  8. The "Jollibee" prayer? What a big joke! Many people are starting to call it that. These chancery people think that multiplication of words is more effective. What does scripture say about, "Your Father in heaven knows what is in your mind even before you say it." This is a pharisaic method of inundating heaven with words, rather than be content with a simple prayer of the heart. Must we enumerate all the elements in that prayer? Nonsense, and like many have said, symptomatic of the total morass we find ourselves in this archdiocese.

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    1. I don't read the prayer concocted by one of Apuron' s lackeys. I say my own prayers silently beginning with the Lord's prayer while the sheeple read the Neo prayer aloud.

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  9. Loved the new presbyters words when blessing Apuron, " May you find the strength to shepherd your flock,". Guess Presbyster Pedro sees a problem too!

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  10. They call this a Eucharistic celebration. Doesn't look and sound like a Catholic Mass.
    https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=hgylKhhZx1c
    Also noticed that when Neos attend a real Mass they hardly participate in the prayer and singing. It's like they're being forced to attend.

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  11. It's sad we have to recite this when AAA is no where to be found with the real Catholics on Guam. It just does not feel right. Even the Priest appear to just go through the motions just to be obedient to AAA.

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