Saturday, January 23, 2016

THE LAITY IS STANDING UP TO KIKO ARGUELLO'S CULT...AND IT'S "ARCH" MEMBER



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. 

11 comments:

  1. i will pray that many people's eyes be opened and for souls to hear the call to repentance. san vicente and san roke, pray for us.

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  2. I was at the Mong Mong fiesta. At the na tao Tao tumano hardly anyone came to greet the archbishop. For a while he was all by himself at a separate table and then the priests must have felt sorry for him so they say with him.
    He was the first person to leave. While he didn't sneak out the back, as he left no one came to greet him or send him off. He just quietly walked out. He never once went around to speak with the people.
    The only one I saw was the priest from sinajana. He went around to talk to the people.
    The archbishop is quite odd in public these days. He looks sad and distant.

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    1. No matter. He got what he came for: his envelope.

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    2. He made off with the loot. He should change his name to Judas.

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    3. just like brother tony to do kiko's dirty work

      reminds me of the old new york movies, the mob boss sends his errand boy to pickup the envelops that the store owners pay for mob protection (protection against the mob)

      here on guam brother tony gets paid, takes his cut off the top (against the threat of a neo infestation) nice racket for tony and pope kiko...

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  3. The strength and conviction of the people showing themselves at these silent prayer protests are so commendable and inspiring. Seeing the elderly and the young people breaks the heart - they have to brave the elements to make the archbishop notice the damages he has brought to the Catholic Faith in Guam. For them to do this protest is unnecessary if the archbishop is a man of his word and really work for unity and reconciliation. Yet he pretends that nothing is going on, and carries on with the arrogance of a despot and his preferential treatment for the ncw community. He has abrogated his role as the Archbishop of Agana, Guam, and people are rightly seeking the direction of a new leader who is not associated in any way with the neo cult.

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  4. There's a point....archbishop IS NOT A MAN OF HIS WORD. He is a liar. He calls for reconciliation and doesn't demonstrate it. Show me, archbishop. Forgive the priest that you have wronged and I will show mercy. Until then, don't come knocking at my door.

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  5. TIM... where's...where's...where's your SIGN ???? old picture!! just another lot of shit writing. no show.

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    1. Dear Rude-ee. You know, I'm beginning to think Diana is right after all. There really is a PRIEST PROBLEM. LOL.

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  6. Rudee has been a priest problem for a long time alright. No priestly heart. Just motivated to stay in Guam by money and greed and, of course, that plump female he goes to night after night. He is a useless grumpy old man who makes people fearful of him, and not grateful to God..

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    1. Agree. Rudy is not a man of God and has no business here other than for selfish reasons, just like his boss who uses his position as archbishop.

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