Tuesday, February 9, 2016

LOL. A VALENTINE'S FLEECING!

Since they know we won't support anything that sends our money to RMS, they're now using the supposed restoration of "our beloved Cathedral" to fleece us. 

You may want to recall that Msgr. James had all the repairs needed at the Cathedral paid for by donors but was denied permission to proceed by Apuron, who, unbeknownst to Msgr. James at the time, was plotting to get rid of Msgr. James.


And guess what? Once Apuron kicked Msgr. James out of the Cathedral, the donors left too. LOL! And now they have to suck the money out of you....once again. 

Take your sweetheart someplace that doesn't set you back $250 since all it will do is fund more O.J.'s and Harold's. 

Courage.


BTW, be sure to attend the Laity Forward Movement Fundraiser tonight at at the Icon Club in Tumon.....across from Daichi Hotel....Fiesta restaurant.......5-10 p.m. Donations are $100, but unlike Brother Tony, the LFM will take whatever you'd like to give. Have fun!


26 comments:

  1. This outta be fun to watch how the neocult reacts when they can't pay off the debts incurred by David and brother Tony. Lol. Maybe they'll sell the RMS and run off with the money from that sale. Lol. Bunch of RETARDED NEOS.

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  2. Really?? Who in their right mind is going to pay that price, what more, the event being advertised as a Valentines special.....especially for a "single" person?....LOL. Here's a question....where did all the other funding from previous SweetHeart Balls go to? Yes, the ones sponsored by the Chancery office.

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    1. Where DID those funds go? My husband and I were involved in the first two Sweetheart Balls as part of the "archdiocesan marriage council." They gave a lofty title to appeal to our sense of service to other married Catholic couples. When the funds raised were not made available for our group to promote activities to "strengthen marriage" within the archdiocese, as stated, we walked away. We had helped in these efforts to promote and support marriage and inadvertently perpetrated a LIE. Yes, the "dakon" did not know where the money went, and we had zero to work with each time. Our group sponsored a few activities using our personal funds (again!) and one more "ball" was produced, but we stopped after the second.

      Yet, "for sure, for sure" had the temerity to email us earlier this year to seek our participation in planning another "sweetheart ball." We did not respond. We're no fools to be lied to again. Guess this is the neo committee product.

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  3. Just wanted to ask, if you go to the Cathedral dinner party, as a couple, do you save money?

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    1. Yah, the that is pretty funny. LOL. 125 for one. 250 for two. DUH!

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    2. Even funnier if someone single actually spends money to attend this event. Lol

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  4. Donation to the LFM fundraising was $10.00

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    1. Donations are $100, but unlike Brother Tony, the LFM will take whatever you'd like to give. Have fun!

      So $100 was a typo for $10?

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    2. Probably. $100 was the number if you could give it. If not, you were welcome no matter what. Every little bit helps. Congrats to LFM. These are the elders of the community. And they are not going away.

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  5. Tim, correct me if I'm wrong but didn't Lurch get a loan for that so-called renovation of the cathedral? And if so, why are these baffons wanting more money.....Oh, wait....hahaha silly me. It's for the "other" encumbrence. BTW, the LFM event had a well attended crowd and yes, if you were able to donate $100, it's all for the good of the movement. At least LFM is does not keep secret where the funds are going to.

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  6. Good luck with this. First, I am sure people have made plans for Valentines on or before. Will they spend again for a week-late nightout on a Sunday evening. Sunday evening. Come on. Maybe if it was February 14 which falls on a Sunday, yes. But a Sunday, a week late. Really good luck with that. They could have made it a Friday if they want to skip Saturday. You know, their Saturdays are tied up. That is the problem when you keep your Sunday obligations on a Saturday. Wasn't Saturday an option only when you can't really make it on Sundays. It is not the norm. What can you expect from a group pricing out the ticket as $125 per person, $250 per couple? I wonder how much is for three people. Duh.

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    1. Lol. One is lonely. Two is a couple. And three is a crowd.

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    2. Funny is all you can say. If my husband was going to treat me to a valentines date a week late I would have killed him. Leave it to deacon for sure for sure to try and change Valentine's Day.

      They will try to lessen the food cost as well. Rumor has it tony will be crooning the crowd, joined by his boys. That will cause those few attending to lose their appetite, thereby saving them money.

      Other rumor is that the ticket price has to be so high because the boys will get in free as well as the mission families. Too sad.

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  7. You have to get creative i.e. Lie that the funds will be used for the Beloved Cathedral Restoration when we know it will be funneled directly to RMS. It'll be fun to see what other ways they'll come up with to keep the money coming in since I, along with so many others, have stopped placing money in the collection basket. Soon, the NEO's will have to dig even deeper into their pockets if they want their precious RMS to keep running and keep turning out poorly formed presbyters. I won't have any part of it!

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  8. I'm sure NEO cult Presbyter Apuron will give each parish a mandated number of tickets to sell; sold or not....he will tax each parish the funds for this event. It's always a win win when you have a curupted Presbyter that has sold his soul to the devil....More cashee for his around the world trips with his boy toys...

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  9. 125$ are too much money to spend in a cup of wine and roses, even more if the evening consists in watching around RM's and kikos' telling their flower power love to enemies. No, thanks.

    I wonder if the marriaged couples of itinerants in mission in Guam will be invited, for free of course (or paid by Providence of their communities' pockets). And the same reflection: to earn 125 euros to finance some leisure time per one involves many hours of paid work for a brother of their commnunity from Spain, for example.
    Disgusting.

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    1. Lavish spending to support a faux seminary is a waste of money - money that can go directly to the poor.

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    2. God Provides. Joy.

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  10. Ever wondered what happened to previously unsold souvenir booklets of parish histories? You know, the ones they ordered parishes to sell? Well, I just found out that they gave the extras as gifts to teachers as part of the Catholic Schools Week celebration. There must have bern a surplus so they opted to give them away to hard-working teachers. How convenient, then they can free up some storage for the overpriced bibles that has archneo Apuron's picture. Now we know what the teachers will get next year, after Christmas 2016.

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    1. At least they weren't given framed photos of the archbishop.

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    2. I burned mine that used to hang next to my crucifics along with all of his Christmas cards. He has lost any credibility with the office he holds hostage.

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    3. Nowadays the archbishop is more inclined to pass out photos of himself when he was in his 20's or when he was a teenager.

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  11. Archbishop invited me on a date .
    Hard to believe but true.
    Date was in San Francisco.

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  12. Makes me vomit Archbishop passing out photos of himself when he younger.
    He was doing this yesterday to seminarians. Sick psycho disturbing insulting.

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  13. Hope this is not another wine dine abuse dinner like the 1990s.

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