Sunday, January 31, 2016


Continued from Part 1

Now, we are not going to make a criminal charge on this blog against David the VG, we will let others take care of that. 

But let's have some fun. Let's say you are David's defense attorney. (Good luck!) And your defense is that the false certificate slipped into the U Matuna without your client's knowledge. 

Well given the many reports of David's neo-stunted judgment and long documentable history of not knowing the first thing about what he's doing as a Vicar General, you might be able to credibly argue ignorance. But it would not stand for long.

First there is the matter that the certificate of title was issued on October 30, 2015 and subsequently published in the U Matuna on November 29, 2015. That's a whole month!

If by the extremely rare chance the Registrar of Titles really did make a mistake and overlooked the deed, David the VG and his little neo-attorney friend, not to mention the supposedly other (hopefully) still sentient people at the chancery and the staff of the U Matuna, had to have seen that the memorial of the deed, the much contested deed, the very center of the year long controversy, and the very center piece of the accompanying news story, was MISSING!


Sunday, January 31st, at 10:00 a.m. in front of Cathedral Basilica .

Saturday, January 30, 2016


On Sunday, November 29, 2015, the First Sunday of Advent, Msgr. David C. Quitugua published a false public document in the archdiocesan newspaper, the U Matuna.

The publication of the false document is only the latest chapter in a years-long effort to hide a mega-million dollar swindle from the Catholic faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana, the general public, and even the Vatican.

Thursday, January 28, 2016


Given what we are about to expose, it is important, especially for newcomers, and more especially for Vatican readers, to recount the absolutely despicable behavior of Msgr. David the VG in December of 2011. 


As we have oft-noted, the liturgical aberrations of the Neocatechumenal Way did not just suddenly appear. Decades of disobedience and self-authorized liturgical improvisations made it easy for Arguello to sneak his heresies into the Catholic Church via the already much-abused Mass.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016


Are you and "law offices" really going to let that poor guy take the fall?

Tuesday, January 26, 2016


Did you know that doctoring a public record is a crime?


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "NOT INVITED. NOT WANTED.": 

I happened to attend the Governor's Funeral on January 12th in Saipan. it was a very uncomfortable mass. I can't speak to whether the Archbishop was invited to preside or not, but the mass was spoken in Chamorro. Granted, I myself speak Chamorro and was able to participate in the mass, but I was very aware that maybe half of the Cathedral did not speak Chamorro. We had a sizeable contingent of military and political dignitaries (from several Pacific island nations), and I can only imagine the difficulty of trying to show respect by participating in the Governor's funeral when you can't follow along during mass. Apuron sped through his parts of the mass so fast I actually thought for a moment that he WASN'T speaking Chamorro. All in all - the memorial mass for a great stateman and leader of the CNMI was dampered by the Archbishop's presence. Simple as that. 

Monday, January 25, 2016


While I'd like to say that this is a Kiko-liturgy, I can't be sure. However, the particular icon on the front of the pulpit is the norm for churches where the neo-cult is present, and the large icons on the wall behind the altar appear to be as well. The comment on You Tube appear to indicate that this is a church in Brazil. Maybe this is why Edivaldo is the way he is.


Thousands of people everyday checking in on you, Tony. Thousands.


Fourteen warriors for the faith showed up to support the Laity Forward Movement's hand-billing of the Barrigada Parish after the 10am Mass (if that's what it still is). 

Saturday, January 23, 2016


The next demonstration is and "handbilling" is tomorrow, Sunday, January 24, 10:30am at the Barrigada Parish. 

Be it known, that Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, Archbsihop of Agana, Guam, continues to run and hide from these people, telling the media that he doesn't know why they are protesting. That's a lie. But then he's used to that. 


I understand the other side is making rumblings about a law suit over the comments that were attached to the LFM flyer.  I can't think of anything more fun. 


The neo-cult machine continues to scramble to prop up Apuron and make him look like he's really here. Now they've connived with their neo-buddies in Europe once again to print a New Testament with Apuron's picture and message on the inside cover. LOL.

Friday, January 22, 2016


Today is January 22. It is the sad anniversary of a Supreme Court decision that has led to the holocaust of at least 53 Million dead children - vacuumed, scraped, torn, or poisoned in and from their mother's wombs. 

Across the nation this sad anniversary is being marked by protests, marches, speeches, and pro-life events of all kinds. Even the news of a blizzard is not hindering the hardy warriors for life in Washington D.C. 

But on Guam? NOTHING. Not a peep. Why?


Lately the poor fools on Apuron's side have given up on blaming me and the CCOG for the battleground that this diocese has turned into and retreated to their former position that this is "a priest problem." 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016


Credit to Jose Martinez. Copied from his FB page here

Sad little neo-cult. Three years and we have accomplished nothing. LOL. The neo-cult and its sad little fetish for numbers. Given that after three years Jesus's only "accomplishment" was a following of a teenage kid and a couple of women including his mother at the foot of the cross, apparently - according to the neo-cult - Jesus was a failure too. 


And this Sunday, it will be BARRIGADA.

The Laity Forward Movement will be handbilling parishioners after this Sunday's 10AM Mass at the Barrigada Parish. Those who want to join the effort in getting the word out about what is happening to our diocese can join other members in front of the church at 10:30. 

In case you are wondering why they are doing this, Archbishop Apuron himself said he didn't know why the protestors were protesting at his November 1 birthday party at the Hyatt. So a growing number of the laity are taking it upon themselves to make sure everyone knows. 

Adrian, make sure you are there. 

Tuesday, January 19, 2016


Apuron presided at the funeral of the Governor of the CNMI last Tuesday. A Saipan source says the family did not invite him, but that he "pushed his way through." The source says Apuron was "lifeless" and "rushed through the Mass." (We know the feeling.) 

The family wanted the Mass in English, but Apuron insisted on doing it in Chamorro. The only bright spot was that Apuron didn't give the sermon. The people of the CNMI know of the mess Apuron has made on Guam and did not want him tainting the funeral of the late governor. He didn't care. 

Apuron is heading somewhere else soon - also not invited and not wanted, but he intends to "grace" the others with his presence. But LOL. There will be a surprise waiting for him: a four page the hands of someone he is going to have to answer to. Bon Voyage, Tony. 


JungleWatch was originally founded to "watch" everything that was going on in "the jungle" (society, the culture, etc.) And every once in a while I like to break from the main "conversation" and comment on other things that I believe matter, and this is one of them:

Monday, January 18, 2016


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "FR. PIUS: "I HOPE NO ONE IS RECORDING THIS."":Speaking of Archidiot Apuron; the Dungbat is now propagating that Guams Priest are the ones instigating division and that we the Laity should stay out of the fight.... These parasites are so clueless.... 


Yes, they've been doing this for awhile. It's their only hope. Those close to Apuron continue to report that he goes around blaming Fr. Paul and Msgr. James...STILL!. 

The reason is that if he can make these priests the cause of the problem then he can keep this all an issue about priestly disobedience and he will have Rome's sympathies.

If it ever gets out - and it is - that the real opposition to Apuron is coming from the laity, then Apuron would not only have no control, Rome would be forced at some point to intervene.

The problem that we've had so far is that not enough of the laity are making their opposition known outside this blog. While to us the complaints may seem long and loud, the reality is that only a handful of people appear publicly to show their opposition.

Thus Apuron can pretend to not know what we are protesting about. 

I find this fascinating because I hear endless calls for Rome to do something, but cowardice (?), laziness (?), discomfort (?), whatever....has kept most from not showing their faces. And as long as those faces do not show, then Apuron can keep up his lie that this is just a priest problem and continue to trash Fr. Paul and Msgr. James. 

The CCOG's efforts have necessarily gone quiet as they investigate legal action, but the Laity Forward Movement has stepped up to the public plate. And good for them. They have been "handbilling" different parishes after Sunday Masses. They are not afraid. They are putting their faces where their words are. 

This past Sunday, one of the Laity Forward Members confronted Fr. "Suck-the-girls-dry" Edivaldo, affectionally named Fr. O.J. (Read more here.)

Poor Fr. O.J. He was so flustered when he was confronted by Laity Forward Movement member, Theresa Tayama,  that all he could say was: "The Archbishop doesn't approve of this."

Ms. Tayama responded: "GOD DOES." 

Good for you, Theresa. 

Check out the Laity Forward Movement Facebook Page for update on their activities. And join them!

Saturday, January 16, 2016


Posted by Chuck White

Fr. Pius Sammut OCD, the ArchNeoCatechist for Guam, expresses his opinion about blogs critical of the Neocatechumenal Way and more...Read more (and listen to the recording...)


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "IT'S ACTUALLY QUITE SIMPLE":This must be what the KAKA filled Zombie on the Dungbats blog was talking about.

AnonymousJanuary 16, 2016 at 1:20 AM

The notion that all rites in the church must be uniform is a fallacy since the existence of the various rites in the Roman Catholic Church allows for a variation of expressions of liturgical rites. Since the 1st millennium there has existed a variety of orthodox and unorthodox liturgical practices. The poor folks in the jungle are in for a rude awakening. 

LUKE 17:1-2 He said to his disciples, “Things that cause sin will inevitably occur, but woe to the person through whom they occur. It would be better for him if a millstone were put around his neck and he be thrown into the sea than for him to cause one of these little ones to sin.
There is a special place in hell for clergy who lead the "little ones" astray, and the above response was written by a member of the clergy.  I'm sure we all know who. 

Of course, it was written to justify the aberrant liturgical practices of the Neocatechumenal Way. And, since for them the ends always justifies the means, it doesn't matter (at least for now) that the above is a blatant lie designed to mislead. But it will matter one day soon for "woe to the person through whom (sin) occurs."

To the members of the Neocatechumenal Way who still care about your salvation and the salvation of your children: Depart from these liars and traffickers in scandal.  Educate yourself!

I refer you to the article at EWTN entitled CATHOLIC RITES AND CHURCHES, which you should study in full. Meanwhile here is the condensed version:
When the apostles brought the Gospel to the major cultural centers of their day the essential elements of religious practice were inculturated into those cultures. This means that the essential elements were clothed in the symbols and trappings of the particular people, so that the rituals conveyed the desired spiritual meaning to that culture. 
There are three major groupings of Rites based on this initial transmission of the faith, the Roman, the Antiochian (Syria) and the Alexandrian (Egypt). Later on the Byzantine derived as a major Rite from the Antiochian...From these four derive the over 20 liturgical Rites present in the Church today. 
The Church of Rome is the Primatial See of the world and one of the five Patriarchal Sees of the early Church (Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem). After the Council of Trent it was necessary to consolidate liturgical doctrine and practice in the face of the Reformation. 
Thus, Pope St. Pius V imposed the Rite of Rome on the Latin Church (that subject to him in his capacity as Patriarch of the West), allowing only smaller Western Rites with hundreds of years of history to remain. Younger Rites of particular dioceses or regions ceased to exist.
The "smaller Western Rites with "hundreds of years of history" which were allowed to remain are:
  • Mozarabic - The Rite of the Iberian peninsula (Spain and Portugal)
  • Ambrosian - The Rite of the Archdiocese of Milan, Italy
  • Bragan – Rite of the Archdiocese of Braga, the Primatial See of Portugal
  • Dominican – Rite of the Order of Friars Preacher (OP), founded by St. Dominic
  • Carmelite – Rite of the Order of Carmel
  • Carthusian – Rite of the Carthusian Order
You will note that there is no Neocatechumenal Way "rite," nor can there ever be, since the above "smaller rites" were only allowed to remain because they had "hundreds of years" of history.

The Neocatechumenal Way is under the authority of the Church of Rome. Thus did the Church of Rome ORDER the Neocatechumenal Way in 2005 to conform its liturgy to the liturgical books, i.e. the Rite of Rome:
From Vatican City, December 1, 2005

To the esteemed Mr. Kiko Argüello, Ms. Carmen Hernandez, and Rev. Father Mario Pezzi,

Following the conversations with this Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments on the celebration of the Most Holy Eucharist in the communities of the Neocatechumenal Way, in keeping with the guidelines issued in the meeting with you on November 11 of this year, I am to inform you of the Holy Father’s decisions.

The letter then lays out six liturgical problems of the NCW that were to be remedied, and concluded with :

In short, the Neocatechumenal Way, in its celebration of the Holy Mass, should follow the approved liturgical books...

As is well known and documented, Kiko Arguello refused to comply with the ORDER, and the following month, Archbishop Apuron publicly backed Kiko Arguello against the pope when on Catholic Radio station KOLG, Apuron challenged the credentials of the Cardinal Prefect and to our horror, turned the order to abandon the NCW liturgical variations into a permission to continue them:
"It is the first time in the history of the church that we were given permissions for the variations that is being done in the Neo Catechumenal Way, officially by the pope."

- Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, Archbishop of Agana, Guam, January 2006. Audio here. Transcript here.

At this point, Archbishop Apuron ceased to be the Archbishop of Agana, not just because he publicly rejected papal authority, but because - as you can see and hear on the transcript and audio file, he publicly identified himself as a member of the Neocatechumenal Way and under the authority of Kiko Arguello. From that moment on, we were right to reject his authority and question everything he said and did. 

Ultimately though, this rejection of papal authority is rooted in Kiko Arguello's teaching that the Catholic Church apostatized with the Constantine in the 4th Century and was only restored by Kiko Arguello when he founded the NCW during the period of Vatican II (1962-1965).


Kiko uses the "cover" of Vatican II since he needs it for legitimacy. But what Kiko really means by Vatican Council II is the beginning of his Neocatechumenal Way and his own personal "coming" as the Second Christ. This is why he has a penchant for altering the face of Christ to match his own:

Kiko's painting of the Good Shepherd


This is rather ridiculous since in real life, Kiko classically resembles Satan, not Christ:

Now, back to Kiko's "history of the church," as you can see from Kiko's own timeline posted above, there is no history of the Church between Constantine and his own arrival in the early 60's. This permits him (and the priest who wrote the above note) to discard the Council of Trent - which they hate. In fact, it permits him and all of his followers to completely trash over 1,600 years of church history and eliminate the Authority of the Keys entirely. 

This is why the above anonymous neo-cleric says that there are a variety of rites that have existed from the beginning and - in his mind - continue to exist, thus giving license for him and KAKA-brained neo-cult followers to invent their own. 

The fact is that ROME, after the Council of Trent, and under the authority of the Successor of Peter and Holder of The Keys, consolidated all of the "rites" of the Church into one Roman Rite, permitting only a few to remain, and abolishing all the rest. 

But since Kiko Arguello DOES NOT ACCEPT the authority of Rome - and completely discards the Church after Constantine - he and his diseased followers are NOT Catholic.  As proven over and over, they are impostors and leeches who have wormed their way into the halls of Church power via the rotting souls of decaying prelates and vengeful clerics who couldn't make it through seminary summer school. 


The so-called "success" of the Redemptoris Mater seminaries, (i.e. their numbers) is actually quite simple to understand. 

For several decades now lazy, selfish bishops have permitted their dioceses to be undermined by liturgical and doctrinal abuse, ravaged by sexual deviants, and generally bastardized and choked by the smoke of Satan. 

The result: wholesale defections of clergy and religious men and women, the destruction of marriage and family at same rate as the secular world, a mass exodus of Catholics from the pews, and an absolute collapse of vocations. 

Of all these deleterious monstrosities, it is the collapse of vocations that worried bishops the most. Why? Not because they cared about the care of souls, but because they cared about their own prestige and power. Prestige, power, and advancement in the episcopal world is directly related to NUMBERS, numbers of vocations. 

Along comes Kiko and says "I'll give you numbers." I've got all these boys from third world countries who will lick your behind if they have to for a ticket to the first world; and in return for hosting them you get to count them as vocations "from" your diocese. 

The bishops pant and slobber shamelessly at this piece of human trafficking meat thrown to them like a dog by Kiko the animal trainer, and say "Yes, Yes, anything Kiko. I'm a worthless piece of prelate who doesn't have the spiritual guts to inspire my own vocations so sure, here's a seminary all for you."

Friday, January 15, 2016


The once beautiful and sacred space of the Pigo Mausoleum when it was under the management of Msgr. James is now - under the Neo-cult - a storage shed.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016


Frenchie gives us some background on the mastermind who stole our property...and will continue unless we stop him. (But then it doesn't take too much of a mastermind when you have the bishop in your pocket. Heck, Apuron gave him a 40 million dollar property and he didn't even get a cigar.)

frenchie has left a new comment on your post "ANYONE SEEN PEDRO?":


Posted by Chuck White

What are Kiko's adoring fans saying about him on social media?  Read more...

Tuesday, January 12, 2016


After Archbishop Apuron infamously told reporters at the Hyatt last November 1 that he didn't know what the protestors were protesting about (LOL), I decided to help him out by compiling our concerns into a single one page, easy to distribute, hand out. Of course, there are more "concerns" than can fit on one page, but these are the major ones. In addition to posting those concerns below, the list of concerns, or rather, crimes against the faithful, is available in an easy to download, copy, and distribute document which you can access here. 


"If it is really him in _____, then it is typical of how Gennarini moves sexual predators, from one post to another, preferably as far as possible."

Upon learning about and confirming the whereabouts of "the presbyter," I checked with my various international sources for further intel and received the above. 

Monday, January 11, 2016


Rudy started telling on Tony.
Tony started telling on Rudy.

Don't mess with me Rude-ee.


Anonymous <>
Jan 8 (3 days ago)

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post XXXX

Criminals can run, and receive protection from like-minded individuals, but they cannot hide. Archbishop Apuron is complicit in harboring a disturbed individual by shuffling him off where he can do more damage than get the psychological intervention for this twisted presbyter. 

Sunday, January 10, 2016


A friend sent the following comment by "Diana" to me yesterday. As usual, we can make use of her ignorance for the instruction of others. And whereas I usually respond directly to Diana, this time I want to speak directly to all those who are in the Neocatechumenal Way who know in their hearts that something is not "quite right." 

Let us use Diana's comparison of the NCW liturgy with the Traditional Latin Mass. According to Diana, permission to celebrate "the Eucharist the way they do" was given by the Vatican. Yet, as we know, there has never been a document stating so. (Apparently Apuron is still looking for it...)

By contrast, the freedom to celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass was promulgated by Pope Benedict XVI on July 7, 2007, by the Moto Proprio, Summorum Pontificum. It was sent to all the world's bishops with an accompanying personal letter from the pope with further instructions about its implementation, and was published on the Vatican website where it remains today. 

By contrast, Diana tells us that permission for their particular way of celebrating the Eucharist was given to the NCW and if we "don't believe the NCW, that's not their problem." Notice, Diana, does not even refer to the one document which was published by the Vatican on the NCW: the Statute. She doesn't reference it because the permission to celebrate their form of the liturgy is NOT in the statute. 

So my neocatechumenal friends who know that "something is not quite right." May I appeal to your hearts and intelligence. The Holy Catholic Church has one way of doing things and the Neocatechumenal Way has another. Which one do you think is right? Which one is authoritative? A Moto Proprio from the pope himself? Or a vague permission no one has ever seen? 

For those who don't know, a Moto Proprio is ranked as the highest form of authoritative papal pronouncements. 

Going on.

Diana says that if you go to their "Mass" we need to respect their rules. Well, yes you do. Because it IS "their" Mass and it is "their" rules. It is not the Mass of the Holy Catholic Church and it is not the rules of the Holy Catholic Church which must be respected. It is a different church with different rules. This is why she refers to them as "OUR rules." They are not the rules of Rome - which for the Traditional Latin Mass were delineated by the pope himself. They are the rules of Kiko. 

And that's perfectly fine. I have no problem with people who want to be Baptist, Jehovahs, or neocats. And if I go to their "church" then I must respect "their rules."  The difference of course is that Kiko's religion pretends to be Catholic so that it can suck off of our resources, not to mention its people. 

Diana goes on to say that "this same rule applies to those who go to the Traditional Latin Mass and who want to receive communion in the hand." I believe her reference to "this same rule" means the supposed respecting of "rules" for particular forms of the liturgy. In that case, she would be right, communion in the hand is not permitted at the TLM, and I'll explain why in a minute. 

But the difference is this. The "rules" governing the celebration of the TLM come from the Church itself and are officially and publicly promulgated. The rules governing the celebration of the NCW liturgy are also officially and publicly promulgated in its Statute but the NCW does not obey them. 

The NCW does NOT obey its Statute because it obeys alternate rules handed down by Kiko. Diana said this herself a few posts back, saying that the permission was "read" by Pius who is close to Giuseppe Gennarini who is close to Kiko. That's it. The end. And, according to Diana, if you don't believe them, then that's YOUR problem.

Also, as mentioned then and I will repeat now, the NCW hierarchy, its chain of authority, completely leaves out the bishop and is therefore NOT an apostolic church, one of the four signs of the True Church. 

This is why I have personally asked our own bishop to officially and publicly promulgate the permissions he says exists for the celebration of the neocat liturgy. If the permission exists then he has the authority and the responsibility to do so. YET HE NEVER HAS. 

Diana's reference to the practice of the Early Christians is a standard Kikoism. Kiko justifies everything he does by saying the Early Christians did this or that - even if they really didn't. The Church officially calls this attempt to restore everything to the practices of the early Christians "archaeologism," and CONDEMNS it. In fact, the pope calls it WICKED:
"The desire to restore everything indiscriminately to its ancient condition is neither wise nor praiseworthy. It would be wrong, for example to want the altar restored to its ancient form of a table; to want black eliminated from liturgical colors, and pictures and statues eliminated from our churches (as Kiko does) ; to require crucifixes that do not represent the bitter sufferings of the divine Redeemer (see Kiko's "crucifixes"); to condemn polyphonic chants, even though they conform to the regulations of the Apostolic See...This attitude is an attempt to revive the "archaeologism" to which the pseudo-synod of Pistoia gave rise; it seeks also to reintroduce the pernicious errors which led to that synod and resulted from it and which the Church, in her capacity of watchful guardian of "the Deposit of Faith" entrusted to her by her divine Founder, has rightly condemned. It is a wicked movement that tends to paralyze the sanctifying and salutary action by which the liturgy leads the children of adoption on the path to their heavenly Father." - Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei, 66-68. 
Why is it "wicked?" Because it denies the authority of "the keys." Jesus gave "the keys" to Peter. If a successor to Peter decided at some point in the history of the church that reception of the communion in the hand was to be forbidden, then he had the authority to do so: 
"Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven." - Mt. 18:18
Pope Paul VI, in his instruction MEMORIALE DOMINI (1969) traces how the Church moved from the early practice of communion in the hand to communion on the tongue. As usual, Church practices develop gradually along with a deeper realization of the sacred mysteries:
"...with a deepening understanding of the truth of the eucharistic mystery, of its power and of the presence of Christ in it, there came a greater feeling of reverence towards this sacrament and a deeper humility was felt to be demanded when receiving it. Thus the custom was established of the minister placing a particle of consecrated bread on the tongue of the communicant."
MEMORIALE DOMINI is the last official word from the universal Magisterium of the Church on the reception of communion. The instruction permits communion in the hand only under certain conditions and makes VERY CLEAR that communion on the tongue IS and MUST REMAIN the norm:
"This method of distributing holy communion must be retained, taking the present situation of the Church in the entire world into account, not merely because it has many centuries of-tradition behind it, but especially because it expresses the faithful's reverence for the Eucharist."
The fact that "this method" was NOT "retained" generally and in some places (like the American church) was essentially outlawed, is a testament to the wayward arrogance (or at least willful ignorance) of so many of our "religious leaders," whose disobedience has led to a generation of empty churches (while filling up non-Catholic ones). 

This leads us back to the practice of communion on the tongue ONLY at the TLM. As just demonstrated, the practice at the TLM is not only faithful to the Missal under which it is to be celebrated as per Summorum Pontificum (the Missal of Pius V as revised by John XXIII), but is also faithful to the later instruction of Paul VI in 1969. 

While it is true that certain bishops and particular bishops' conferences have given more latitude for communion in the hand, it is also true that the practice has led to the greater irreverence and unbelief in the Real Presence that Paul VI warned about in MEMORIALE DOMINI. 

It has also led to the "Mass of Kiko Arguello." 

Saturday, January 9, 2016


I am happy to trot out the "priest with the ph.d" matter again...thanks to Diana.

In response to the Dungbats blog to titled 'A Priest Problem' the dingbat still remains clueless....

Father Neil has a Ph.D in Liturgy. In his letter, he stated that the Way is not violating the liturgy. (See Father Neil's Letter). Those who feel that Father Neil is incorrect are only questioning his credentials. If you think you know better than Father Neil, then FIRST show us your credentials.
Diana at 10:50 PM

Friday, January 8, 2016


Taking a break from the battle for about 3 minutes. This is one of the most beautiful pieces of music every composed. Only one page of notes by Johann Sebastian Bach. Short Prelude in D Major. I often play it during Holy Communion. Recorded it on my phone a couple months ago and found it today when I was checking my messages. Thought I'd share. The pic is the default pic for my SoundCloud files, from my senior piano recital in 1981, which is also on SoundCloud. Don't worry. I'm not getting soft. I'll be back. It's only 3 minutes. Courage. 


Posted by Chuck White

In an "End of the Year" message recently posted on several pro-Neocatechumenal web sites, Kiko Arguello says some ludicrous more.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Wednesday, January 6, 2016




Obviously the Fiftieth Anniversary of something only happens once. And whether it is a marriage or an ordination or the close of the Second Vatican Council, an invitation to celebrate such an anniversary is usually given more than a couple days. 

Tuesday, January 5, 2016


As usual, every communication from this diseased chancery is reason to question.

PDF here

The communication states that the Archdiocese of Agana will commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Closing of the Second Vatican Council on January 6, 2016. It also says that the same Liturgy will observe the promulgation of the Conciliar Decree, Ad Gentes

Apparently history had to be rewritten to compensate for Brother Tony's travel plans or someone just thought of this at the last minute, since the Universal Catholic Church ALREADY celebrated the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Closing of the Second Vatican Council on December 8, 2015 - a date chosen by Pope Francis to open THE EXTRAORDINARY JUBILEE OF MERCY.
POPE FRANCIS: "I have chosen the date of 8 December because of its rich meaning in the recent history of the Church. In fact, I will open the Holy Door on the fiftieth anniversary of the closing of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council."Misericordiae Vultus, BULL OF INDICTION OF THE EXTRAORDINARY JUBILEE OF MERCY 
Moreover, the Fiftieth Anniversary of the promulgation of the decree, Ad Gentes, was December 7, 2015. So we're a month late on that as well. 

Brother Tony says that he is calling this special celebration "per the instructions communicated to us by the Vatican Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples to all the missionary dioceses scattered throughout the world." 


Why would the Vatican Congregation call for such an anniversary celebration in a year and month different than when these events actually happened and completely different than when the rest of the Universal Catholic Church and the pope himself actually celebrated them? 

Anyway, Brother Tony wants you all to cancel your Masses for that day and run down to the Cathedral so you can pose as a backdrop to another "make me look wonderful" photo op - even if the date has NOTHING to do with what he says it does. But then it's a different church, isn't it. 

As for me and mine, we'll be celebrating the REAL Feast of the Epiphany, the Twelfth Day of Christmas, on that day. But certainly not at what used to be the Cathedral. 



On July 29, 2014, Archbishop Apuron - even though he had never attempted to work out the issues with Msgr. James - released a statement to the press about his removal of Msgr. James as rector of the Cathedral, as director of Catholic Cemeteries, and as director of the Archdiocesan Development Group and the dissolution of that entity. 


by Fr. Dwight Longenecker , re-posted on JungleWatch by Chuck White

"Cults and Common Sense" was originally written and posted by Fr. Dwight Longenecker a few years ago.  Fr. Longenecker gives four warning signs and three good antidotes that might help us here in Guam...

One of the creepiest things about religion is the tendency for those involved to drift into cult-like behaviors. How can you tell if a religious group is operating like a cult? It’s difficult because the people in a religious group can behave like a cult without them becoming a full blown, identifiable religious cult. 

Monday, January 4, 2016



At the end of the previous post, Frenchie leaves us a call to action:

"The New Year, is a time for reflection, but also for plans of action......what is yours going to be???"

Here is a message from one of the nine people who have already answered that question this past Sunday.


Adrian (The Joker's Wild) has decided to reinsert himself back into this controversy. He may be sorry. There are people like Frenchie who know him too well. And now the whole world will know. Let us not forget. It was Adrian who showed up at Msgr. James' door on July 25, 2014 and handed him those three decrees of removal. It was Adrian who changed the name of the Boys Chapel at FD. It was Adrian who lied to KUAM about the Yona property. It was Adrian who lied about Apuron's meeting with the presbyteral council over the removal of Msgr. James. It was Adrian who lied, and lied, and lied. (More here.) And it was Adrian who brought the Neocatechumenal Way to Guam to pave the way for him to be the next bishop. 

frenchie has left a new comment on your post "BEND OVER, DIANA. LOL. COURAGE.": 

Sunday, January 3, 2016


While Frenchie's main aim is Zoltan's demonstrable stupidity, Frenchie ends up giving us an insightful and entertaining summation of the "pile of trash" we must "discard" while trumpeting a grand call to arms. Enjoy.

3:17 AM (3 hours ago)

frenchie has left a new comment on your post "BEND OVER, DIANA. LOL. COURAGE.": 

Saturday, January 2, 2016


Do you have any idea the danger you have put those people in by placing him in that country? It appears you used your O'Malley connection.

More notes to "Tony"

A mustache?


Artistic rendering of kiko-cult members attending a recent convivence.
The Diana is useful because she continues to give us opportunities to share the truth over and over again. And as you can see from the thousands of views daily and almost every country on the face of the earth logging in, it is quite probable that the neo-cult is being exposed as never before. So thank you Diana. Now, let's use you again.

  1. The Dingbat will write anything to keep its diciples on the road to damnation...

    DianaJanuary 1, 2016 at 3:02 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 2:18 pm,

    I had to go into the jungle to find that quote because you did not leave a weblink. At any rate, I found it. I looked at Tim's source. He quoted "Inside the Vatican." "Inside the Vatican" leads to an article written by Sandro Magister. Sandro Magister is the author of an anti-Neo website, which is found here:

    Sandro Magister has been known to criticize Pope Francis, and he was banned from the Vatican Press 6 months ago for publishing a draft letter of the Pope that was not meant to be published because it was only a draft. He is also involve in a scandal for releasing a letter signed by 12 cardinals. Three of the cardinals said they never signed that letter. (See the weblink below):

    DianaJanuary 1, 2016 at 3:12 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 2:48 pm,

    For your information, Pope Benedict XVI celebrated Mass in the Neocatechumenal Way when he was Cardinal Ratzinger. When he became Pope, he definitely made a change in the way the Body of Christ was received. The NCW now receives the Body of Christ standing up. Then we sit and consume the Body of Christ together with the priest. The change he made was taking the Body of Christ standing rather than sitting.
As you can see, The Diana can refute none of my points in PIUS LIED. SOULS DIED. She had to resort to digging up a link to Sandro Magister's blog which she call's an anti-neo website. LOL, Diana. Magister has been writing his Chiesa blog since 2002 and averages 3 post per week. That's 2,184 posts. Now go to the search box at the top right corner of the blog and type in the word "neocatechumenal." The number of articles using the word "neocatechumenal" is 43. 

Your pathetic little Neocatechumenal Way only amounts to 0.01% of what Magister writes about and the last time the Neocatechumenal Way was even mentioned on his blog was a whole year ago in January of 2014, yet you call his blog an anti-Neocatechumenal Way website.

Do you see why we call you a dingbat, Diana? Do you see why I call your blog a whorehouse? You sleep with anything , any scrap of information no matter how cheap so long as it appears to protect your disease-ridden founder.

But let's go on, shall we?

Even if you strike all reference to the news story and completely eliminate Magister's blog from my post, you still have my main points:

1. There is no bishop in your hierarchy. Your sole source of authority is how close your catechist, Pius the Putrid, is to Kiko: Pius-Gennarini-Kiko. There is no bishop. Well at least we are in agreement on that. We don't have a bishop either, not since he decided to become Pius's pet dog. 

2. If permission for your communion rite had been granted separately from the Statute in 2008, there would have been no need for that approval to be sought afterwards. Yet, there was. 

Disregarding Magister's account, there is still the matter of what Pope Benedict actually said to Kiko and his cult on 20 JAN 2012 (unless the dingbat wants to attack the pope too).

Now pay attention, Diana. Here's what the pope said to you:
"...the Neocatechumens may celebrate the Sunday Eucharist in the small community, after the first Vespers of Sunday, according to the dispositions of the diocesan bishop (cf. Statute, art. 13 § 2). 
Now. let's stop there for a minute. Note: The pope says "according to the dispositions of the diocesan bishop," and then he quotes chapter and verse of your Statute. Now why does he say this? Ummm, because the pope is Catholic. I know that's a surprise for you. But in the Catholic Church the liturgy is governed and guarded by the diocesan bishop - or at least it is supposed to be (we'll have to make an exception for Guam). 

But in your hierarchy - as you demonstrate in PIUS LIED. SOULS DIED - there is no place for the diocesan bishop. In matters regarding the liturgy - and faith and morals as well - all depends on the line of catechists connected directly to Kiko. Those are your words, Diana. Not mine. Thus, you confirm for us that the Neocatechumenal Way is OUTSIDE the Catholic Church since your hierarchy is not apostolic. 

Let's go on. The pope says:
However, every Eucharistic celebration is an action of the one Christ together with his one Church and is therefore essentially open to all who belong to his Church. This public character of the Blessed Eucharist is expressed in the fact that every celebration of Holy Mass is ultimately directed by the bishop as a member of the Episcopal College, responsible for a specific local Church (cf. Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, Lumen Gentium, n. 26). 
Oops. There it is again. The pope's insistence that the Mass is "ultimately directed by the bishop." Now let's look at the words of Archbishop Apuron when he was asked about the liturgical practices of the Neocatechumenal Way at the Yona parish meeting in December of 2014:
Rome has approved it – even the way we’re receiving Communion. That they receive the host standing and they can sit down and everybody who receives it and they eat together, as the Priest stands and says, “Behold the Lamb of God…” you know, the acclamation before and they receive it sitting down. Rome has given permission for that. And it’s somewhere I need to find out where exactly, but they told us that permission is given. 
"They told us." LOL. Do you see the problem, Diana? Poor "Tony" only sees himself as one of Kiko's sheep. A real bishop would have received any instruction regarding the liturgy directly from the Congregation of Divine Worship and the Sacraments, not from an anonymous "they" to an "us." Never mind the fact that after a full year he still hasn't found "it." 

On a larger note, this is why the faithful of Agana must NOT obey "Tony," simply because his use of "we" and "us" whenever he speaks of the Neocatechumenal Way, separates him from the rest of the faithful. He really is one of you, JUST one of you. And more than that, he has abdicated his episcopal seat by ceding his authority of liturgical governance to a "they told us." Thanks for the opportunity - again - to point this out. 

Let's go on:
It is the task of the celebration in the small communities — regulated by the liturgical books that must be faithfully followed, with the details approved in the Statue of the Way -
There it is, Diana. Once again, and again, and again, and again. If there was any other document the pope would have mentioned it here. You claim there was an additional document giving permission for your communion rite after the 2008 publication of your Statutes. Yet in 2012, the pope makes no mention of it. You have only two guides: 1) the liturgical books (the Missal and the GIRM), and 2) "the details approved in the Statute of the Way." 

And, as also referenced in my previous post, Pope Francis in a letter to Kiko dated 3 APRIL 2014, from the Vatican Secretary of State, restates what Pope Benedict stated two years earlier:
" far as it pertains to the celebrations of the Paschal Vigil and the Sunday Eucharist, […] articles 12 and 13 [of the Statutes], read in their entirety, constitute therefore the regulatory charter of reference."
Pope Francis references NO OTHER instruction, love note, missive, text, email, facebook post, or anything else by which the NCW is to govern its practice. Your only defense is that you haven't personally been spanked for disobeying. Well, Diana, bend over. I'll do it for him. LOL. Courage. 

Friday, January 1, 2016


The disobedience of Archbishop Apuron and his neo-cat cult to conform the Way's communion rite to the liturgical books and the exceptions granted in the Statute of the Way continues to be at the heart of the division of this diocese.


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