Saturday, November 7, 2015

THIS WEEK'S U MATUNA

I hardly know where to start, but let's start here. 

Page 6 is November 8..


 And Page 7 is from last week. (Sigh....) 


And then there's this:


Guest of honor at his own birthday? LOL. 

And then there's this:


First, this isn't true. His first "Mass" will be tonight (Saturday) with his community and "Everyone" is NOT "invited." But then again, the neo-eucharist thing is NOT a Mass, so maybe it's not a complete lie. Wonder if he believes Jesus is a sinner? Would be worth going just to see if he knows how to actually do a real Mass - or at least go through the motions correctly. Most of his predecessors appear to still be in training. 

And somebody needs to tell the U Matuna that there is no such organization as the Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary. And you can thank me for that. 

When I went to Rev & Tax last year and discovered that RMS had not filed its Annual Report in ten years, I also discovered that RMS had three names: 
  1. Redemptoris Mater House of Formation (the name on its corporation documents),
  2. Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary (the name they like to call it in order to give the illusion that it is actually "diocesan" - which it isn't), and 
  3. Redemptoris Mater Seminary (the short version and its DBA.) 
When I questioned Rev & Tax about this mess, they said that they would have the RMS board fix it. According to the Corporate Report filed for 2015, the legal name is Redemptoris Mater Seminary, Archdiocese of Agana. The other two names were cancelled. 

Seriously, can we expect an organization that can't even get its name right or file an annual corporate report to actually train men who are to be entrusted with our eternal destination? RMS is a joke through and through and through and through. So sorry for Pedro. Maybe he didn't have an aunt to send him a ticket...like Daniel.

And what's with the ad? 

Previous ordinations of these presbyter guys merited a full front page article and large pics of the presbyter(s)-to-be. And here we have a small ad on the bottom of page two that appears to have been sponsored by Arch-Neo-Just-Authorized-Another-$800,000-In-Debt-for-the-Archdiocese-of-Agana Sonny "Trust Me" Ada...who appears below in this line up with at least three identified thieves and liars (and soon-to-be-identified child molester):


And then there's this. As you can see, Apuron has been working hard at inspiring vocations...from everywhere but his own diocese.


But the best is yet to come. And this I will want Rome to see. 



59 comments:

  1. It's all about me me me
    Look at me
    To hell with you all.
    I'm important one.

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  2. RMS = Ready-made Seminarians

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  3. He'll probably be the Guest of honor at his own funeral too? He's a very sad case of a man, very sad.

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    1. Let's hope he is!😳
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    2. On the OJ picture, for some reason I did not see the Crucifix, I thought he was holding up an orange! My bad.

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    3. Mr. Santos, Regarding the OJ picture, he was holding and looking at it during his sermon and referred to it as "this thing!"

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  4. The archbishop was probably really surprised to find out that he was the guest of honor at his own birthday because it's very evident that he doesn't know ANYTHING!!

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    1. LMFAO.......too funny but true.

      Flo B.

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  5. In regards to the the ordination today, isn't it a little soon? Wasn't he just ordained a deacon in February? I thought there was usually a period of a year between deacon and priesthood.

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    1. Yes, this faux neo-priest is a product of the pseudo seminary where the merchandise is cranked out faster than at willy wonka's chocolate factory. No psychological evaluations, no intensive learning and training, and definitely no discernment.

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    2. Really sick to death of Pius' face. Why is a Discaled Carmelite rector of our Archdiocesan seminary? Unbelievably messed up. Why did his order give permission for this? Do they even know where he is? Sick.

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    3. Oh yes they know anon @ 3,28!!!!
      Please read the articles related to the recall petition started by Chuck, as well as my answer, to their off the cuff denial, which dates from last year. Edifying

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    4. 3:28 PM, the Discalced Carmelites were ecstatic to get rid of this putrid smell in their cloister. Unfortunately for us our unthinking archbishop got a whiff of this putrid and brought him to Guam on his many first-class trips. The guest never left, and why not, he saw trenendous opportunity to defraud and to make opportunistic gains for his kiko master. You are half-right when you said he is a "discaled Carmelite," they tried to take off his scales but the scales kept growing back. And the stench of that fish smell! Phew, horrible! Anus horribilis! Putrid indeed!

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    5. Although most seminarians have a period of a year to serve as transitional deacons, Can. 1031 says the period has to be at least 6 months. Canon 1032 might put a crimp into the NCW 5 year plan for presbyters. Those aspiring to the presbyterate can only be promoted to the diaconate after they have completed their fifth year the curriculum...

      http://www.vatican.va/archive/ENG1104/_P3Q.HTM

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    6. Why were the San Vicente CCD students given less than 24 hour notice that they HAD to attend the ordination Mass? My future God Daughter received the text message Friday evening November 6. She replied to the text stating that she had a prior educational commitment but was told she had to show up.

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    7. I don't know for sure, but it reeks of the NCW. Previous commands such as this got me researching this cult.

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  6. Just noticed in the picture that Sonny has wings. WOW!

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    1. Those are inflatable kiddie pool wings on Sonny. He is in way over his head.

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    2. I see them too! ROTFLMAO!!

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  7. No, not too soon. We are working on Putrid Pius' plan he announced. Five years training in the communities. Then presto presbyters foe China!! Ta da. The sooner the better. Wonder if Lateran knows exactly what his education is? Good luck, Pedro. Why on earth would you buy into Agana at this time?

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  8. Hey, Francesco, you little mooch. See you show d up to partake of the meeeelions of dollars of Hyatt fare. How was the wine???

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  9. Every time I see Pius at church, it is as if can hardly move and he is always sleeping. In all the pictures and videos, he moves perfectly fine.

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    1. Who knows, maybe it's really not Pius but Luis wearing a Pius mask.

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    2. That is one scary mask. It makes Freddie Krueger look like a saint.

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  10. i see that the live music was that crappy kiko stuff that all sound the same.

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    1. The ordination was not an Archdiocesan celebration PERIOD. Neo thru and thru. Tony's singing was hideous. Doesn't seem to realize the Mass not about him. Oh, by the way? Where were the local priests who are not neo? Glaring! OJ, what happened to you? Look like hobbled old man. Any wonder Tony threw you under the bus. Sr Marian singing with the boys. Oh, well. Hope it works out, Pedro. Wow, just wow. Sad.

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    2. Kiss, kiss! Kiss, kiss. Kiss, kiss. CB taken over by Meeelions of Keeeekos. Clap, clap, clap.

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  11. So what does D.D. stand for after OFM Cap.? When did he get a Doctor of Divinity? Or is it something else? Let's all find new meanings for D.D.

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    1. Obviously, he didn't. It's an honorific for a bishop.

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    2. Destructive Demon. Deceptive Daddy. Demoniac Drunk.
      Drunken Dervish. Drag Doctor. Doppy Doppy. Destroyed Déontologist. Depraved Delivery. Drat Drat. Deaf Dum.
      Dummy Director. Damaged Drunk. Deadly Direction.....

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    3. Determined Devil
      Dedicated Dim Wit
      Disturbed Doofus
      Apuron, resign now you
      DIOCESE DESTROYER! 😡
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    4. Frenchie, you are just a beautiful fertile mind! We have to make sure that your brain does not get stolen like they did to Einstein. My hat's off to you, keep regaling us with such substantive and colorful verbal pizzazz!

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    5. Dearly Departed

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    6. Demented Deceiver
      Demonic Dickhead
      Dufus Dildo
      Damaged Dork
      Dakngas Demonio

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    7. Dangkulo na Dinagi

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    8. Dollar Dollar

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    9. Dumb Doru
      Dangnge' Duku'

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  12. Are those dinner napkins they are carrying in their hands? What, are these props for waving during the song? Is that Adrian way in the back towards the right? I feel sorry for those who had to listen to the solo by tony. We all used to cringe when he would "gift" us with a song during the holidays. Note to tony: you don't have it anymore, ole man. Your voice has gone to pot like your brains, heart and soul. (Some would say you never had it to begin with)! Just sit back and let them serenade you next time.

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    1. I didn't attend the gala birthday dinner fundraiser so I'm not sure. But at many of the archbishop's eating events he has the guests wave their napkins in the air as they sing, "Adios, asti aki..." just before they all leave.

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    2. I'm getting the napkins ready so we can wave "sayonara" as he sneaks out the back door. Wave the napkin with one hand while the other hand flips him the bird. Oooh, can't hardly wait for that joyous occasion.

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    3. Yo, you losers who protest on paper and show up to eat and clap. Look at yourself in the magic mirror. Sheesh.

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  13. From Wikipedia:

    “In the Catholic Church, Doctor of Divinity is an honorary degree denoting ordination as bishop.”

    No more, no less.

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    1. And I've rarely seen it used by any bishop but this one.

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    2. Because MOST bishops consider it TACKY to use it. But not OUR bishop. Oh, no.

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    3. Why wasn't the former vice rector of the seminary Harold at ordination. Packing, huh?

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  14. Why were the Carmelites removed from Malojloj? Is it because the people donating to support the Carmelites pulled funding? I'm curious.

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    1. They weren't removed. But they were hurt by Apuron. Will explain more later.

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    2. the sad part about this is that the discalced carmelite nuns' original purpose and primary work--per the foundress, st teresa of avila--is to pray unceasingly for the defenders of the church, particularly the priests and theologians. and on guam, they themselves were targeted.

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  15. The RMS is nothing but a sham used to traffic in persons from third world countries to benefit the creators of the NCW money laundering organization. They use foreigners that can't read, write or speak the English language and threaten them of sending them back to where they came from. They have found temporary shelter and living here on our beautiful island. How in the world did they get pass through Immigration? I bet if a background check was done for all of them, it will identify them as either crooks, child molesters, murderers, etc. Forget about Rome, get the FBI involved to crack down on this sect.

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    1. Who knows, they might be trafficking other stuff as well,seeing as how mammon is their God.

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    2. DEA better take a closer look at the imported holy water. It's a known fact that illegal drugs can be transported as a harmless liquid and turned back into it's original solid state by someone with a chemistry background. Cocaine and methamphetamine are just an example of such drugs.

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  16. Even Tony Boy's special birthday song that was practiced all month long by the NEO cantors sounded like Kiko wrote it. Happy Birthday, clap, clap, Happy Birthday, clap, clap. In fact, all of Kikos songs sound the same. Blechh!

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  17. Oh wow, I never thought about the system as human trafficking, but you are absolutely right! OMG! I like that angle, Mr. Bond, I now believe that NCW is involved in money laundering through these "coyotes" who are beholden to their handlers. Oh my, we are aiding and abetting this illegal operation, in that case. Please consider helping us, FBI, what a headline that will make, and Guam spearheaded the apprehension of this worldwide criminal network.

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  18. So here are the Gala sponsors according to Diana. Seems like most of them have ties to the NCW or Archbishop. Overall, the roster seems weak to me. Are those all they could get? How does it compare other galas held before people new the truth about the RMS scam.

    Platinum Sponsors: Ada's Trust and Investment, Bank of Guam, Agana 2 NeoCatechumenal Community and the Law Office of Jacqueline Taitano Terlaje; Gold Sponsors: Jones & Guerrero Co, Inc.; Silver Sponsors: San Vicente Frerrer-San Roke Catholic Church in Barrigada and First Hawaiian Bank; Bronze Sonsors: Chalan Pago 1 NeoCatechumenal Community, Title Guarantee of Guam, Inc., Catholic Daughters of the Americas Courts #2047, #2450, and #2055 and all those donors who wish to remain unknown.

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    1. Bank of Guam? A company whose president endorses abortion? Really Archie?

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  19. What happened to that course at the chancery this weekend? Heard they cancelled it just days ago so that some neo participants could attend something much more important . . .

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  20. I don't know if it's just me but doesn't Sonny Ada have an uncanny resemblance to Putrid Pius in the above picture?

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  21. The youth ministry training was postponed until March. I got an email from Helen Flores with the new dates.
    All local articles in Umatuna seem to be in praise of Archie. Should the name be changed to "Umatuna si Che'lu (Brother) Tony"?
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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