Tuesday, November 17, 2015

PNC: CCOG PREPARES TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION

Catholic Group Plans to Take Legal Action if RMS Property Not Returned

http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/local/6656



Guam - The Concerned Catholics of Guam is preparing to take legal action against Archbishop Anthony Apuron if he maintains status quo on the controversial deeding of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona. Before taking him to court, however, CCOG says they want to give the Archbishop a chance to"set things right."

10 comments:

  1. The article mentions ".......CCOG says they want to give the Archbishop a chance to "set things right." I say, Enough is Enough. How many more times must we wait for archbishop to do something? Take Him to Court!!! He is ALWAYS going to try to bide for TIME, which is his M.O. Like Terri Untalan and the group down at the Hyatt kept saying, we longer want reconciliation....We want the property Returned, We want the priests Re-instated, We Want Him to RESIGN!

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  2. Sorry...I meant We No Longer Want Reconciliation.....

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    1. Dear Raymond, I think you are confusing several issues.
      Like you, and I am sure most serious Catholic on Guam at this time, I believe reconciliation is past due.
      What the CCOG is saying here, is purely a legal point, that their attorney probably advised them on.
      In our legal system, it is better when you bring a lawsuit, specially one like this one, when you can show the court, that you have exhausted all avenues, and therefore you have no other recourse, but to sue. If you fail to do so, a judge can simply refuse to hear your suit.
      This is why they must make a least one last attempt, for the Archbishop to right the wrong we are accusing him of.
      If after they take this step, (which I suspect will be something handled by the CCOG attorney, in order to be done in all legality), the Archbishop stays put on his position,
      (a most likely scenario), then they will be able to proceed with the lawsuit, and this with a greater degree of confidence and chance for success.
      It appears, that the CCOG is very well advised in this case.
      Remember: Patience is a virtue.

      So for all of the gung-ho anonymous out there, who want to proceed right away: a simple question: Have you contributed to the lawsuit fund of the CCOG?
      If not, what are you waiting for?

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    2. Frenchie, I do understand what CCOG meant. I am just conveying that it is, IMHO due time to get this ball rolling. I've had it with all the shenanigans that this so-called spiritual leader has done. By allowing more time and even at permitting that "one more" time attitude, archbishop is laughing in our faces. Again, it is my humble opinion that this all has to come to an end.

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    3. I understand counseling patience. But please CCOG please take action before we have any more ordinations of "presbyters!"

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    4. Duly noted Raymond.

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  3. Knowing how tony is, he'll be off island on a mission where Guam courts can't reach him. Jokers Wild will try and laugh at the court and David Q. will again give another homily on why should ppl question tony. Diana will google some other opinion to defend the neos. Just a huge joke. Just sue tony and let's get rid of these neos.

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  4. CASINO $$$ CASINO $$$$ CASINO $$$$$ CCOG

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    1. Anon @ 2:39. Please stay off the internet. Not only are you going against your catechist, but you have nothing constructive to contribute.

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  5. Give Apuron one last chance even though I think like most people, that he has been given way too much leeway. He has no desire to step back from his position of having lied and deceived his own people in favor of the whims of Kiko Arguello and Pius. My guess is that he will wait this out by saying he has done nothing wrong even though evidence strongly points in the opposite direction. As Frenchie does advise though, we must trust the CCOG to know their course of action and the choice to give Apuron this last warning to come clean before any legal proceeding. In the meantime, please contribute to the cost of legal action. We are in this together, we must own this action, and we must support CCOG in their mission to bring justice and sense to the leadership of our local church.

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