Tuesday, February 2, 2016

KUAM: CATHOLIC GROUP CALLS FOR ARCHBISHOP TO RESIGN

Catholic group continues to call for archbishop's resignation



http://www.kuam.com/story/31103847/2016/02/01/catholic-group-continues-to-call-for-archbishops-resignation
Posted: Feb 01, 2016 3:14 PMUpdated: Feb 01, 2016 3:14 PMBy Ken Quintanilla
The Laity Forward Movement lined the street in front of the Hagatna Cathedral, continuing their call for change within the local Catholic church.
Teri Untalan told KUAM News, "We are continuing our vigil to ask for the archbishop to return the property that he took away from the Archdiocese, now known as the Redemptoris Mater Seminary. We would like for him to restore the two priests that he removed from their parishes. We e would like him to remove all presbyters that are now in place in the parishes and replace them with diocesan priests.
"And lastly, we would like to have our archbishop resign. He has lost our confidence and we feel that we need some leadership that truly embraces all of the Catholics on Guam."
The group has been holding demonstrations since last year.

2 comments:

  1. The Chamorro "HAA?! Factor" has reached critical mass. Our man'amkos can no longer stomach the abomination in Guam's Catholic Church. The courageous women and men in the Laity Forward Movement and the Concerned Catholics of Guam have the backing of the others more numerous than the local backers of the NCW.They are outraged, and the Neos propping up the archbishop are put on notice that their days are numbered. You Neos, who many are weak in faith formation and/or spiritually wounded by grave sins, need your Neo community to make you feel wanted and needed. You,followers of Kiko, have been duped and brainwashed by your cult masters to make you think you are now better Catholics when all the while they are picking your pockets, knowing that the path they offer is not Catholic. The time of reckoning is near.

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  2. http://www.churchmilitant.com/video/episode/mercy-resistancetuesday
    Michael Voris makes it clear why the faithful must rise up to the challenges we face in our Church. Souls are at stake.

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