Friday, February 12, 2016

SPITTING IN YOUR FACE

Apparently Archbishop Apuron doesn't read the bible, or if he does, he doesn't care about the words of Jesus where he instructs: "Do not let the left hand know what the right hand is doing." (Mt 6:3)

Not only does he plan to let the left hand know what the right hand is doing by publishing the amount the Clergy is forced to give, in doing so, he is issuing a veiled threat that they better give or else he will publicly embarrass them. 

And all this in the name of God. 

This is your chance, people. Your chance to speak VERY LOUD. Not a dime. Not a cent. We will know who is on our side and willing to stand strong against the evil in this archdiocese by the big ZERO next to the name of your parish. 

Figure it out, people. Apuron just LIED to you again by publishing that false certificate of title. In doing so, he, David, and Adrian SPIT in your face. And on February 14, they will spit at you again. 

You decide.




28 comments:

  1. So there's the Charity's Appeal from Feb 14 to May 11! Then what is this Missionary Childhood Association - donation envelope message states " Donations will be remitted to the Chancery Office of the Archdiocese of Agana "to assist in on [one] way or another the missionary work of the Universal Church" (Msgr. David C. Quitugua, Vicar General, memo 01/11/16) Donations for this cause will be accepted February 10 - March 27, 2016." Saw this donation envelope at SBC Dededo.

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  2. I realize my comment does not relate to the title "Spitting in Your Face," but once again I see the archbishop signing off on a letter addressed to many with "servus tuus" in Latin, indicating he is "your (singular) servant." Should he not be signing off with "servus vester," meaning "your (plural) servant"?

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    1. The "tuus" refers to God: Servus tuus sum, Domine

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  3. It is obvious that the Archbishop is once again anticipating a "poor" showing. He is now "blackmailing" the clergy to contribute. Wake up and accept the truth. Catholics do not want NCW on Guam. Shameful

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    1. Unfortunately, the clergy is actually contributing to their future demise (end) as spiritual leaders of Guam's Catholics. All contributions go to the NEO Cult Factory and with the fast production rate of NEO Cult Presbyters, our Catholic Priests (both Diocesan and Religious will be phased out and sent elsewhere. Thus leaving this NEO Cult half baked presbyters forcing down our throats the teaching of Anti-Christ Kiko.

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    2. Rudeeee, cough up one of your sources of income. Come on, now. As you would say, the Archbishop said it. You must obey!

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  4. Missionary Childhood Association?????? Another name for RMS...like Thomas Tanaka last stated, Wake Up! Stop the Money!

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  5. Who includes one's title or position as a signature prefix? Organizational and honorific degree abbreviations as suffixes?

    It is quite common to type them with one's name, but to include them as part of the signature?!

    How long has the Archbishop been doing this? When did it begin?

    This says far more about his mental health than we would wish to imagine.

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    1. I clearly remember thinking how stupid that looked even as a student at St. Anthony in the 1990s when we received letters from him where he actually signed "OFM CAP DD." I'm an attorney, and although the letters that I send contain the designation Esq. iin my signature block, I never include that as part of my actual signature!

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    2. NEO Cult Presbyter Apuron has wrote his signature since his installation as Archbishop. As one of his faithful volunteers, I was fortunate to be given a copy of his officially framed portraits he gave to all parishes and religious orders as a Christmas gift in 1986. Even his annual Christmas Cards (of which I have quite a collection) have been signed Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron OFM Cap D.D. Since his public bashing of Father Paul, I took the portrait down and burned it with the rest of those Christmas cards. His unending web of lies has brought discredit to both his name and office. I pray that a new replacement be named soon to restore the grace and respect expected of this office.

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  6. I think that as a form of protest, priests should write checks in the amount of 1 cent to the appeal!

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    1. I predict that all Filipino priests who want to be incardinated into this archdiocese will give very large "donations" to the appeal. Not because they want to, but because they will be sent back to the Philippines if they don't.

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    2. All regular priests are damned if they do and damned if they don't. Contributing today preserves thier selfless service to the church; in the long run, these contributions will end thier career as these NEO Cult Presbyters slowly take away thier well deserved positions in our church. Look at Reverend Father Paul and The Very Reverend Monsignor James; both are very charismatic and pastoral, yet they have no leadership assignments. We have half baked NEO Cult Presbyters that have no clue about being pastoral serving as parish pastors. They are strategically placed in leadership positions so they can abuse the resources of that parish. Anyone know what happened to the donations for the proposed pastoral centers in Agat? These half baked NEO Cult presbyters are formed to be deceptive and use thier primary call of being a missionary to run off with the money raised by the parishioners.

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  7. Adding to my previous comments...I remember seeing the portraits of the late +Archbishop Felixberto Flores in the parish office (prior to his death) and in the CB Pastoral Center conference room in the late 1980's. Not sure if it is still in that conference room. But his signature was not on the portraits. I guess he did not need to since he was a very charismatic leader that everyone new who he was and did not have to remind anyone who he was. Just saying...

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  8. So I am guessing that Apron will also be expected to contribute to the appeal and his gift published. Let's him set the example for all the clergy.

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    1. Apurons gift will be from a chancery check....all expenses are charged to his chancery account; never his personal account.

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    2. Look again at the letter. They will not publish individual names. They will only have a separate category for clergy and publish a total amount.

      But you can be sure that presbyters will sneak funds from unrecorded black trash bags and add to this to prop up a thief soon destined for a fate worse than prison bars.

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    3. The chancery has its own scorecard with the name of every priest and how much they personally give. Last year, the only thing that stood between Fr. Mike Crisostomo suffering the same fate as Fr. Paul and Msgr. James for his parish's dismal support of the appeal scam was the presence of Fr. Mike's parishioners on Chancery grounds.

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  9. Bringing this hypocrisy to a level rarely seen in modern times, the Archbishop, or rather his evil handlers have the smugness to demand contributions from the likes of Fr.Paul whom they threatened, vilified, slandered, and basically reduced to survive from the charity of a few good souls, while they go jetting around the world, on trips that have nothing to do with the business of this diocese.

    What else can be said, about their arrogance and total lack of decency? Except perhaps that their actions speak louder than their empty words. We are all watching with disgust and revulsion.
    Our only consolation being the fact that on judgment day, they will get their well deserved punishment.
    I certainly would not wish to be in their shoes.
    As a bonus, chances are becoming stronger everyday that they even might have some reckoning to do during their miserable lifetime.
    Let's pray for swift justice.

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  10. No one would think anything of a priest who donated a seemingly paltry sum to the appeal as it's well known that priests are not high up on the wage scale. So let Tony print all the donations received from these priests. If a priest donates a small amount I will surmise that perhaps he too is quietly protesting and/or that he simply may be in need of monetary assistance either for himself or for his parish. I will gladly oblige with a donation made directly to this priest. Print away Tony.

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  11. Once again Tony requesting for us to give and he will post on the weekly Umatuna of all that was given. I sure would like to see him post for all that he took and continue to take from our True Catholic Church in Guam.
    I pray that one day and hope is will be soon so see the day you step down.

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  13. Shameless Apuron! Its all about money, money, money! What happened to the mission of the Church to elevate and sanctify the souls of the faithful they have promised to care for?

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  14. So Judas kissed Jesus before he betrayed him. How fitting that we start off the appeal with a kiss from our valentine. Then again our goal for this years appeal is zero! I wonder if we will reach it. Sew your pockets shut my friends, they are reaching out! I had a difficult time with paragraph 2, ...and end on by Pentacost..." Did the same person who wrote the Jolibee prayer the same one who wrote this letter. Not only are they crooks and thieves, English is truly their second language. Please donate to the CCOG and LMF.

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  15. Someone needs to tell the Dungbat that it was Archneo Apuron that is a sinner. His lies and deceptions are too many to even count.

    DianaFebruary 10, 2016 at 5:52 AM
    Dear Anonymous at 3:06 am,

    You left out the part that St. Ignatius also said to follow and honor the Bishop just as Christ followed and honored His Father. The NCW has been following and honoring Archbishop Apuron.

    It is important that you write your letter of complaint because that is the protocol. After trying to correct the NCW unsuccessfully, then your next step is to inform the Vatican. After having done your duty, you can go away happy and focus more in confessing and correcting your own sins rather than the sins of others.

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    1. It stands to reason that a religion built on LIES follow and honor a man whose life is nothing but.

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    2. To the contributors of the pseudonym Diana 2-10 5:52AM: The ncw hypocritically praises apuron simply because he is useful to the ncw in his present position and in his (undeserving) title as archbishop. Once apuron is stripped of his position and title, ncw would waste no time dumping apuron. No doubt about that fact! What did you say was St. Ignatius’ advice again?

      You dare pontificate about others calling apuron out on the fact about his lies, deceptions and fraud. But the ncw ropes members into the ncw using wicked tactics and vicious mental games to draw out from wounded and vulnerable individuals their weaknesses and sins. Slowly but surely then, the ncw corrals individuals into the evil clutches of the ncw, dangling in front of the individuals their sins and reminding them that they now cannot leave the ncw! Have you “made that appointment” to confess and correct your own sins!

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  16. P. S. Note to bishops of the world: If you just did your job, not only would you not have to deal with the slimey messes like the Kikos, there would be no market for them in the first place. Catholics would actually be filled with the truth and beauty of Christ's bride. Instead you give us a harlot.

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