Wednesday, November 25, 2015


  • Let's assume I am wrong.
  • Let's assume CCOG is wrong.
  • Let's assume the protestors are wrong.
  • Let's assume CCOG's attorney is wrong.
  • Let's assume the former finance council is wrong.
  • Let's assume Archbishop Apuron's legal counsel is wrong. 
  • Let's assume the donor's representative who told Archbishop Apuron that she had never heard of the Neocatechumenal Way is wrong.
  • Let's assume Aaron Quitugua is wrong. 
  • Let's assume John Toves is wrong.
  • Let's assume Msgr. James is wrong.
  • Let's assume the financial professionals who defended Msgr. James are wrong.
  • Let's assume that the presbyteral council and the college of consultors were wrong when they said that Archbishop Apuron had never consulted them about the termination of Msgr. James when Archbishop Apuron said he had. 
  • Let's assume Fr. Paul is wrong.

  • Let's assume Jackie Terlaje is right.
  • Let's assume Adrian Cristobal is right.
  • Let's assume "Diana" is right.
  • Let's assume Wadeson is right. 
  • Let's assume Archbishop Apuron is right.
  • Heck, let's even assume Zoltan is right.
If all of them are right and all of us are wrong, then there's only one thing left to be done: set things right. And there's only one person who can do it.

On the Fr. Paul issue, he only has to tell us the real reason why he stripped Fr. Paul of his office and banished him from the diocese (since the original charge was immediately proven false).

On the Msgr. James issue, he only has to publish the completed Deloitte audit documenting the alleged mismanagement of Msgr. James.

On the RMS Property issue, he only has to publish the documentation that RMS is a Corporation Sole, and thus still part of the patrimony of the Archdiocese of Agana.

On RMS itself, he only has to publish the current certificate of affiliation with the Lateran which is the source of its academic authority.

On the protestations of the donor's representative he only has to publicly say that she is wrong.

On the Aaron Quitugua issue, he only has to tell us the real reason he denied Aaron the opportunity to study for the priesthood in a traditional diocesan seminary (since "no money" was proven false).

On Where the Money goes, he only has to publish the financial reports for both the archdiocese and RMS as he promised to do in July 2014.

On the NCW issue, he only has to publish the document permitting the NCW to celebrate a separate communion rite.

On the "Jesus is a Sinner" issue, he only has to publicly condemn the teaching and the priest who taught it.

On the accusations of John Toves, he only has to say that they are not true (not threaten Toves with a defamation suit).

If he is right and we are wrong, then NOT to do these things when it is in his power to do so is to engender the serious evil of Scandal.

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