Wednesday, November 25, 2015

THE MITER MYSTERY

There seems to be a little bit more going on here. 

Apuron is never one to miss a photo-op, and normally wouldn't be caught dead in anything but the finest regalia. So what's he doing with what appears to be a starched sheet on his head? 




It's rather obvious that this "impromptu miter" was slapped together by the Neos of Medellin for the purpose of "showing off a bishop." The Neo-cult, don't you know, collects bishops. And photo-ops with prelates - as Kiko has shown - is their standard trade. 

So why does Apuron have a starched sheet on his head and a miter that neither fits his head nor matches his vestments - his normal attire?



Most places, even seminaries, don't have miters laying around. As you know, only bishops wear them. Chasubles and albs are easy to come by, but not a miter. 

A bishop would have looked out of place in this picture without a miter, since it appears everyone else is properly vested. 

So they made one.

But why didn't Apuron bring his own? Did Harold forget to pack it? Maybe. All the stress of "going on mission," and all that - or was it lying to DYA about going "on mission? Any way, Stress for sure!!

But more likely, Apuron was not expecting or perhaps WANTING his picture to be taken, so he didn't pack a miter. But why not? Well we know why he doesn't want his picture taken - for the very reason that it would find its way to this blog. LOL! 

Those boys down in Medellin don't know the absolute rot their fun visitor has made of his own diocese. They probably just think it's wonderful that a bishop would travel half way across the planet just to sing for them. So they of course wanted a pic and were eager to post it.

But maybe there's something else. 

It appears Apuron celebrated Mass here. Did he get the permission of the local ordinary, Archbishop Ricardo Antonio Tobón Restrepo, the archbishop of Medellin, to celebrate Mass in his diocese? 

Did the Medellin archbishop even know Apuron was there? 

If he did, then there should have been no problem borrowing a miter from the local bishop. But instead, Apuron shows up peering out from under a starched sheet looking like newly hired kitchen help.

Oh well. 




15 comments:

  1. I thought he was going to say mass with the newly ordain. When the Romans were here, they were given miters to use by AAA.

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    1. Another part of this mystery tour...was supposed to be all about Pedro....now it's all about Harold. What the hay?

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  2. Fr.Matthew Blockley.November 25, 2015 at 8:32 PM

    My gosh how right you are Tim. It is not a mitre when I looked closer . It is a starched
    Sheet folded like a mitre. No wonder he looks so pathetic.

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  3. Perhaps they borrowed and modified a cornette?

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  4. Someone take that hat, cut triagular shapes all the way around. Decorate it with glitters, stars, etc on each triangle shape. Take a glue gun or a needle and thread and put on the final touch by placing a dingle ball at the tip of each triangle...what do we have? Whoopie, A JOKER'S HAT!

    Apuron sure likes to make a fool of himself. He is usually the joke of the party.

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  5. Hey Tim, are you going to take any kind of break from the Jungle over the holidays?

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  6. Hey, Anonymous at 12:27 pm. You wish, dude. Why don't you take a break from the jungle? You are not allowed to play here, remember? Give thanks that you are still alive and kicking.

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  7. Satan doesn't Rest

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    1. Neither does St Michael......funny guy.....but thanks for reminding us.....

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  8. typical tony

    the big hat...... to compensate for is small......

    come on don't go there... get your mind out of the gutter

    as in small minded..... narrow-minded, petty, mean-spirited, uncharitable; close-minded, shortsighted, myopic, blinkered, inward-looking, unimaginative, parochial, provincial, insular, small-town; intolerant, illiberal, conservative, hidebound, dyed-in-the-wool, set in one's ways, inflexible; prejudiced, bigoted

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  9. Where is his crosier as well? Maybe he did not celebrate mass (or maybe he did, but did not ask permission from the local ordinary or Archbishop to say mass in Columbia, so he did not bring his gear--crosier and mitre, as he most surely would need both in saying the mass.

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  10. If he did say mass, he should have his crosier with him as well. He should have asked permission to say mass from the Archbishop of the local diocese if he did say mass, which would require he have his mitre and crosier with him, or as you say, Tim, he could have borrowed both from the local archbishop. Ai Adai. Playing around as Brother Tony. . .

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    1. So good to be with the brothers!!

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    2. another proof that tony uses Guam for his ATM, he travels from Guam under the falsehood of its shepherd, but travels in the mind of "brother" tony, Guam is nothing more than his PERSONAL BANK

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  11. Very unfortunate for an archbishop to think he can fleece people out their hard-earned money so he can fly around in style at will and as long as he needs a break. His first responsibility is to confront the shit that he has made in giving ncw a free rein on the Catholics of Guam. He should be strategizing how Agana Archdiocese can have a thriving and healthy community of believers, instead he empowers thieving and lying communities.

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