Thursday, February 11, 2016

SO WHAT ABOUT THAT JUBILEE PRAYER????

Tim Rohr with Patti Arroyo

Thursday, 11 February 2016 Written by 
The start of the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Oh, the irony. Listen to Patti Arroyo, mid-days 10 am to 1 pm, on Newstalk K-57.

15 comments:

  1. I don't even bother praying this prayer. Why ppl say it baffles me when brother tony is ignorant to his flock and a hypocrit to this prayer. What a sad situation brother tony has placed all of us in by allowing these neos to run all over him and take what they wanted.

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    1. In my CB parish I'm seeing fewer and fewer parishioners reciting this prayer. I also can't bring myself to even look at these empty words in the prayer book. But tony is not "ignorant to his flock". He deliberately looks the other way...

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  2. The Dungbats latest blog today celebrates 17 seminarians from RMS Guam were ordained as NEO Cult Presbyters. Can anyone provide an accounting of where these bafoons are located?

    RMS Seminarians Continue To Grow
    Seventeen seminarians from the Redemptoris Mater Seminary have been ordained into the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Agana. The number of seminarians continue to grow. There were 39 seminarians until four arrived in August and November of 2015; therefore, we have a total of 43 seminarians currently staying at the RM Seminary. Three of the four who arrived in late 2015 were from the island of Kiribati while the fourth came from New Mexico. Welcome to the beautiful island of Guam.

    Five more seminarians will be arriving soon this year. One will be coming from Paraguay, another from Peru, and three from Samoa-Avila. God bless all our seminarians in the Redemptoris Mater and John Paul II, and we are praying for all of you.


    Diana at 7:59 AM
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    1. Why not. Free room and board. Free education. Palatial seaside surroundings. And a "pathway to citizenship." LOL.

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    2. It use to be that when REAL priests were ordained, it was announced and celebrated in the cathedral. Now I never hear a peep, let alone read any announcement in the umatuna.

      Seems also like a fast food chain, drive in, order up a priest, in no time, drive out as an ordained priest. Is Rome that desperate that they don't even see how quick it takes to be a neo priest? The archdiocese is really ridiculous at this point.

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    3. Ran into one of those Kiribati guys. Asked him how did he like RMS. Just shrugged and said its ok. JOY

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    4. People of Guam, wake up! There are 43 Seminarians at RMS with an additional 5 more soon to arrive. All these seminarians are slated for our Diocese. Clerics, I understand your vow of Obedience, but understand fully that you are targeted to be replaced by these presbyters. Their entire plan for Guam is to abolish our parishes. Where is the logic that this Archbishop has to recruit from 3rd World Countries and at the same time refuse to support the vocations of our own men? If we do not put an end to this evil. The Catholic Faith as we know it will be lost. This is a fight for our Faith and this struggle should not be left to a few. We and future generations are all at risk. Pure and simple our Archbishop has betrayed us.

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  3. And the speedway to ordination. Zoooommmm

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  4. Deacon Steve MartinezFebruary 11, 2016 at 11:07 PM

    It strikes me that we will soon have 48 seminarians at RMS, according to Diana's blog comment. If memory serves me correctly, the young men from Samoa and Kiribati will go back to serve their people. I believe there are 9 men in this group based on Diana's revelation. That means 39 men are in preparation for the priesthood in Guam. We currently have about 45 priests serving Guam in 26 parishes and various ministries.

    If you compare our situation with that of Boston you will see a stark imbalance. According to their website the Archdiocese of Boston has 615 priests. Their RMS seminary has 24 men in formation. That is just under 4% of their active priests. We, on the other hand, have seminarians equal to 87% of our active priests.

    What will we do if all these men are ordained? The numbers in Yona don't seem to make sense to the common man. Perhaps this is one reason why so many people are having difficulty supporting a seminary that appears to be far larger than our needs. Several people at a gathering this evening asked me why the Archdiocese is preparing to ordain so many men here on Guam.

    Deacon Steve Martinez
    former Archdiocesan Vocation Board member

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    1. Hi, Iam Jesus S.N. Cepedaformerly of the Parish of Our Lady of Peace and Safe Journey..., that question of "Why so many seminarians?" A younger gentleman may have the answers..., "Maybe, just a maybe David, Adrian, and the archbishop are plannig to return all the borrowed PRIESTs and remove the Capuchins fromm Guam...,

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  5. If the NCW want to produce these half-baked presbyters they can do it. The problem is when this cult forces our people to pay for it by coercing the lame no backbone archbishop to endorse their lies. The current archdiocesan appeal goes towards the maintenance of this pseudo seminary, and the people who cannot see themselves saying no to this archbishop are simply enabling his topsy-turvy and totally ridiculous venture of inviting these zealots to our island. Sometimes people do not realize the power of their economic assets. Even $20.00 withheld from this appeal will go very far in forcing accountability from this journey-obsessed airport bishop.

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    1. What is bottom line for support of 48 seminarians. For Guam ? NOT. Could it be possible NCW candidates coming to Far away Guam would NOT be accepted in other major seminaries? I.e. Boston, Philly, Rome, etc. etc. what could Kikos motivation be? Fr. Pius? Any answers for us? Would really be appreciated. Read : FORTY EIGHT!

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    2. They get half-baked training here; while their citizenship is approved....Then they go to the States where they can one day outnumber the priests there. Thus little by little, they become the majority. Be prepared folks, one day we may have a NEO Cult Pope.

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    3. On another note; sponsoring third world people for citizenship increases the possibility that Guam's population will one day be over run by the natives of these countries as they too after gaining citizenship will sponsor thier family and friends. Once they are placed as pastors; they will choose non locals as parish council members in order to continue thier deceptive activities with the resources.....

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  6. These foreign-born seminarians are victims of human trafficking, plain and simple. They are brought in on false pretenses and promises as Tim has indicated. I still believe that INS has to be duly informed about this and they ought to investigate the Archdiocese for possible criminal involvement.

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