Tuesday, November 17, 2015

GUAM: SOMETIME IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE




Reminds us of....


Dancing the night away! from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

29 comments:

  1. Well, Archie, sure will lead "the way" as a dancing dervish. He's already shown his proclivity for dancing when he got onstage with a Tahitian dancer to show off his moves. I see now where he got the idea of waving napkins as a woman in the video appeared to be waving a scarf.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    1. OMG! I just had a terrible flashback of an old Cher song -
      "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves"

      I was born in the wagon of a traveling show
      My momma used to dance for the money they'd throw
      Papa would do whatever he could
      Preach a little Gospel, sell a couple bottles of Dr. Good

      Gypsies, tramps and thieves
      We'd hear it from the people of the town
      They'd call us, gypsies, tramps and thieves
      But every night all the men would come around
      And lay their money down


      Kiko and Carmen must have been greatly influenced by none other than Cher...preach a little gospel, sell a couple bottles of Dr Good. I hope all you kiko-nuts bought all the special kiko snake oil!

      Rome - please do not let this happen to our church on Guam!

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  2. Looks like what Adrian would do.

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    1. !!!!!!! Oh, the visual!!!!!!!!

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    2. Adrian only does the hand jive dance. Right thumb in his mouth, left thumb up his butt. Now switch Adrian...left thumb in his mouth, right thumb up his butt. Keep switching throughout the song. Lol.

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    3. Kalakas Adrian! Cochino hao na malaña!!

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    4. Kind of hard to dance with a cane and a limp.

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  3. Utterly disgusting!!!

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  4. The life of glitters.

    "Behold, I am against the prophets, who dream what is false, says the Lord; who explain and so seduce my people with their falsehoods and with their miracles, though I did not send them, nor did I command them. They have offered nothing beneficial to this people, says the Lord." (Jeremiah 23:32)

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  5. That disgusting service and dance were done right in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

    I will never complain about the kikos holding their All Night Easter Vigil at Gyms or hotels. As a matter of fact, why don't you folks permanently move out of our Churches. You can dance and clap all you want, just not in a Roman Catholic Church.

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    1. This reminds me of my fears when I was in the states for the summer and heard that Msgr. Benavente was fired from the cathedral and replaced by the NCW. In terror I called a priest who used to minister on Guam and asked him, "Does this mean we will all be dancing around the altar in the cathedral?"

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  6. Once in awhile it can be simply embarrassing to be Catholic. Did you notice the end of the first video? It was Easter Sunday Mass 2014.

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  7. Certainly the arch is an embarrassment to all Catholics on the island. In choosing to go up on that stage to gyrate along with the entertainer was utterly distasteful and classless for an individual with his position in the Church. We loath his singing, but this, this was undignified and shameful!

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  8. IS THAT JOHN TOVES ....TYCOON OR MOSQUITO OR NUT DANCING BISHOP HE'S GOOD. :-)

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  9. Disgraceful!! Noticed in the video that brother Tony initiated the touching of the dancer' s hands. She must have been creeped out. Clearly he was getting excited. Ugh!!

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    1. The dancer is the wrong gender to excite brother Tony...

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    2. It is the right gender just too old.

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    3. Poor Tony. He wasn't touching girls hand. He was probably saving himself from falling down!!

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  10. The NEO cult Presbyter looked as devilish as his master Kiko. Pure evil as they lead these poor souls into the way of damnation. We pray for them to see the light away from this darkness that blinds them.

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  11. Utterly disgusting to see that presbyter sashay and gyrate like a runaway flamenco dancer! Almost like a gypsy where NCW originated. This dance has no place in a Catholic liturgy - then, now and ever! Yet this is where Apuron's vision is headed. This disgusting presbyter missed his calling as a cabaret entertainer, one wonders what Theology background he received aside from dance lessons. He seems to be thoroughly enjoying his performance like a giggling little girl so self-assured of people clapping him on. So uncalled for, and it is true what Tim said, soon and very soon, Guam Church will be this if we do not rise up and protest against this travesty now! Apuron has no will and no leadership ability to tame the runaway train, namely the NCW and RMS.

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    1. I'm sure you meant no offense to little girls. The presbyter is as gayla as they come. Sashay sashay!

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  12. Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Catholic Church of Guam,
    As you know this past weekend, my country of origin was attacked by the barbarian servants of the Great Satan. It has been difficult to stay focused and positive.
    This afternoon disgusting posting of this priest from Brazil and the ungodly demonstration of our failed shepherd forced me to pose for a long moment of prayer and self examination.

    I was inspired to go back to watch the closing mass of this year pilgrimage to Notre Dame de la Chretiente. (Our Lady of Christiandom).
    It was very uplifting and really helped me regroup. While all the homilies and instructions are in French, the mass is in Latin and can be followed easily.
    Therefore, I decided to share it with you, so you can see that the faithful and the clergy when in full communion can achieve great things and reach peace in Jesus Christ.
    It is quite long, but worth the time.
    For you, young people that never had the luck to live and experience this celebration, I will encourage you to go through it and discover faith, the way your grandparents experienced it.

    God blesses us all.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1EYvfwipHY#action=share
    or if you have trouble:
    www.nd-chretiente.com, then go to pelerinage and videos. then chose messe de cloture.
    or check on you tube:
    Notre Dame de Chretiente

    Hope you enjoy

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    1. Fr. Matthew Blockley.November 17, 2015 at 10:06 PM

      Thank you Frenchie. I am praying for paris.
      I will watch the YouTube video.
      Thankyou for the guidance valuable insights you share with us.

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  13. WOW... a christain pep rally,
    with costumes and waving flags, didn't care for the music at all
    but hey the stage background looked great

    I hope tony and his boys have been practicing their routine, or is it an individual preformance

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  14. Frenchie, We stand with you and our prayers and our hearts as well.

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  15. I've experienced other modern day Christian worship services but the one on top is just way too creepy.

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