Wednesday, December 30, 2015

DON'T FORGET THERE ARE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS


On the first day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: one restored pastor of Santa Barbara Parish.

On the second day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: another restored pastor of the Cathedral Basilica.

On the third day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology to Fr. Paul for treating him like dirt and inferring that he was hosting late night drunken homosexual trysts in his second floor room accessed by a secret stairway that was never secret nor did Fr. Paul build it.


On the fourth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology for his consistently brutal treatment of Msgr. James in the public media.

On the fifth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: a copy of the deed restoring the RMS property back to the Archdiocese of Agana.

On the sixth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology to the CCOG for accusing them of being an organization which "plots against the church."

On the seventh day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology for lying about there being a document authorizing the illicit neo communion rite. 

On the eighth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology for stealing millions of dollars from us for over 15 years for a seminary that was never for the formation of diocesan priests.

On the ninth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology to the former finance council members whose terms he terminated in 2012 for opposing the alienation of the Yona property and then lying to them about why he terminated them.

On the tenth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology for printing the false certificate of title to the Yona Property  in the U Matuna and for coercing whoever he coerced at Land Management to falsify it. (We're going to find you.)

On the eleventh day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an apology for David the VG and A-drain.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, the bishop gave to us: an empty office and letter of resignation signed "Bye." 

There so much more! Wadeson, Louie, his treatment of Aaron, cursing Guam with OJ and Harold. Victim #1, Victim #2, Victim #...  So many crimes, so little time. But we'll settle for number twelve. Happy New Year. 

4 comments:

  1. I enjoyed your latest satire. Other crimes-the public abuse and humiliation of the Lastimoza family and the presbyter who removed the Santa Rita statue, lied about it and ran off after getting parishioners to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. Also let's not forget the arrogance and insensitivity of presbyters like "Fr." Alberto Salamanca. Also Kikos taking over and occupying the chapels that the non-NCW parishioners raised money for and built. Etc.,etc.,etc...

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  2. poor persecuted presbyters.

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  3. As John said at the end of his gospel: we know these events to be true but they are not all the events. If we were to write all the events the world could not contain all these books.

    Yes, tony has done much during his reign. And the world now sees the rot of his legacy. If the days of Christmas were to cry out with all the tragedy wrought upon Guam by one of its native sons, then all the days of a year would not be enough.

    BUT, during this Christmas season let us give thanks that there are two things tony can never steal from us. Our love for God and our deep faith in the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.

    Merry Christmas to all fighters for justice.

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  4. That was fun reading! Jungle Watch should do one as New Year's Resolution. I'll do one for me.

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