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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "PIUS LAUGHED OFF THE REQUEST":
Big question is how many are from the Pacific Region as claimed by the Dingbats blog... Everyone knows that the best formative location for the Holy Pruesthood is in Fiji.
DianaDecember 20, 2015 at
Dear Anonymous at ,
Actually, he would have to follow canon law. If he is going to sell the property, he would need the approval of the finance council and the Vatican. I do not think the Pope would approve of selling the RM seminary. Pope Crancis was very pleased to hear that Guam has two seminaries to accommodate seminarians from Guam and the Pacific region.
LOL. And how do we know that “Pope Crancis was very pleased to hear that Guam has two seminaries?” Ummm, because Apuron said so. I bet Francis (correct spelling) was amused at this little fool of a pretend prelate and his thug sidekick dancing about before him - uninvited. And “to accommodate seminarians from Guam…???” Oh, yah? Which ones are those?
Now to a larger point. First there was never any recommendation to sell the property. Apuron and Pius are lying about this and if this keeps going I am going to push Richard Untalan to sue the rat's behind off both of them. So just keep that in mind. By the way, why would Mr. Untalan want to sell the property when HIS FAMILY GAVE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO RMS you IDIOTS?
The financial fact of the matter is that the property with its buildings is unwieldily. The real needs of priests for Guam with its small population could be more than met with two or three priests per year, and Guam (pre-Apuron) has proven in the past that it is capable of producing priests at that rate - until of course Apuron came along and quashed local vocations.
But even if Guam hosted 40 seminarians like it is doing now, it could be better done on a much smaller scale. One doesn’t need in excess of 70,000 square meters of ocean front land and a hundred room hotel to run a seminary.
The physical plant could be exponentially smaller, and rather than pour money into the maintenance of this concrete monstrosity, the same money could be dedicated to building a real academic and theological program with a real faculty instead of this round robin deal they currently employ: “visiting professors” showing up only now and then and only offering a week or two of instruction, if that, with half of the class not even fluent enough in the language of the visiting professor to understand half of what is said.
In fact, several people are familiar with the former rector, Fr. Pablo, recommending exactly this. The actual weight of running all facets of the money-guzzling RMS fell squarely on him. Despite his neo-soul, I believe he had a practical mind and could see the writing of financial death on the seminary wall - especially once I began my public campaign to make people aware of Apuron’s theft.
In fact, he was heard to say “sell it.” So apparently the only one who has ever recommended that the property be sold is the former rector. And if in fact he did, then he is to be commended because the survival of the seminary, not the occupation of the property, was his foremost concern. And this is probably why Pablo is OUT OF THERE and Pius the Putrid is now reigning: the OCCUPATION of the property is what matters to the Gennarini-Pius neo-cult ladrones.