Sunday, March 20, 2016

ARCHDIOCESE FINALLY ADMITS THAT THE DECLARATION OF DEED RESTRICTION WAS "IN FAVOR OF" RMS!


I wonder how Mr. Michael Borja is feeling today? I wonder if he knows that he is the latest casualty in the ongoing circus to cover Brother Tony's ass.

Harsh words you say? Good. I mean them to be. 

Let's review.

Today's Umatuna says: 
"...the Director of Land Management and Registrar of Titles, Michael Borja, determined that the proper way to proceed with the memorialization was to cancel the former Certificates of Title…which did not include the Declaration of Deed Restriction, and issue new Certificates of Title."
So, Mr. Borja, apparently DETERMINED that "the proper way to proceed" was to ignore the legal direction given him by the Attorney General of Guam, Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson? Here, let me quote Mr. Borja's own words in his January 20 letter to Bob Klitzkie:
"I have consulted with the Department of Land Management’s legal counsel and with the Attorney General of Guam regarding a remedy to correct a certificate of title which a memorial had been entered in error. Based on their advice and in accordance with Title 29, Guam Code Annotated, §29195, a person of interest or the registrar is required to petition the court to correct a certificate of title."
Let's review that last part: "the registrar IS REQUIRED TO PETITION THE COURT." Instead Mr. Borja apparently ignored the direction of the Attorney General of Guam, damned the petition to the court, and hauled off and CANCELED the previous certificates, and then made new ones. 

The question is: DID MR. BORJA HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO CANCEL THOSE CERTIFICATES? In other words, did Mr. Borja act outside his authority? And if he did, then he has put his entire career and personal good name at risk. And more importantly, why did he ignore the advice of the Attorney General?

As already mentioned in QUESTIONS FOR KRISTAN, the subsection of the Guam Code used by Mr. Borja at the recommendation of the Assistant Attorney General, Kristan Finney, makes NO provision for the cancelation of certificates of title. 

This could be tragic for Mr. Borja. But it's nothing new. Mr. Borja will be just the latest piece of meat thrown into the people-grinder by the neo-machine that has trashed Fr. Paul's good name, Msgr. James' good name, Bertha Evangelista's good name, Aaron Quitugua's priestly future, and now possibly the good name and future of Mr. Borja. 

And those are just the names of the people we know. There are so many lives which have been trampled on in the name of the almighty Kiko Arguello, in the name of this money laundering, land grabbing, power usurping, grotesque syndicate masquerading as a religious movement. 

Oh, and then there's this:
"While dissenters and opposers of the Archbishop have claimed that the now cancelled certificates of title were 'bogus', the Department of Land Management diligently acted to address the concerns over the memorialization."
Hmmmm. "Diligently acted??? It's been FOUR AND A HALF MONTHS since the false certificate of title was issued by Deputy Registrar and THREE AND A HALF MONTHS since the false certificate was printed in the Umatuna. "Diligently acted"??? And then only action AFTER nearly three months of letters, phone calls, meetings, and document inspections by Bob Klitzkie, half of which were ignored. And then still, action only came after a couple weeks of a "shaming" by Klitzkie in the media.

I am really sorry to have to question Mr. Borja like this. I was told he was one of the good guys. In fact, while it may not seem like it, I still believe he is. You see, I know how evil the Neocatechumenal Way can be. I've seen how it has twisted and maimed poor Brother Tony and left him a laughing stock. I've seen how it has turned roman collars into dog collars attached to chains held and jerked by Pius the Putrid.

And speaking of Pius the Putrid, let us now turn our attention to the BIG LIE that is sadly named Umatuna.

Let's look again at this statement and pay attention to the highlighted words:
 "...the Director of Land Management and Registrar of Titles, Michael Borja, determined that the proper way to proceed with the memorialization was to cancel the former Certificates of Title…which did not include the Declaration of Deed Restriction, and issue new Certificates of Title."
And now let's look at the Certificate of Title which was CANCELED:



OOPS! Well, what do you know! There it is! The Declaration of Deed Restriction. What? Wait a minute. The fools on the hill just told us that Mr. Borja, CANCELED the "certificates of title...which did NOT include the Declaration of Deed Restriction."

But there it is! The Declaration of Deed Restriction with the big stamp "CANCELED" and Mr. Borja's signature underneath it.

Let's do this again, because these people on the hill do not even know how to LIE right, so here it is:
  • They said that Mr. Borja canceled the certificates of title which did NOT include the Declaration of Deed Restriction. 
  • But Mr. Borja canceled the certificates of title which DID include the Declaration of Deed Restriction. 
Now let me help everyone out here.

You see, the false certificate published in the Umatuna on 11/29/15 did NOT include the Declaration of Deed Restriction.



But the certificate stamped CANCELED did have it:



So where was this copy with Declaration memorialized on it?  Why lookee here. It was with Attorney Jacqueline T. Terlaje all along, ever since December 15, 2015 when it was sent to Attorney Jacqueline T. Terlaje by Teresita Toves, the assistant to Mr. Santos. See the evidence here.

So this means that Attorney Jacqueline T. Terlaje, P.C., since she had the "corrected" version as of 12/15/15,  KNEW that the copy of the certificate published in the Umatuna was false and apparently DID NOTHING about it since we saw no updated version published in the Umatuna.

But NOW, here's the big one. Let's look at the canceled certificate:


Note that the Declaration is "in favor of": Archbishop of Agana, A Corp. Sole, Anthony S. Apuron, Ofm Cap D.D., Incumbent.

Do you remember that fake press release that Attorney Jacqueline T. Terlaje, P.C. sent out last November 17? If not here it is. Go ahead and read it. 

Here's how Attorney Jacqueline T. Terlaje, P.C. describes the Declaration:
 "...the declaration declares that the Archbishop of Agana, A Corporate Sole, is the “Owner” of the property, imposing on itself a restriction."
Ah, you see, how nice. The Archbishop was only imposing a restriction on himself. 

Really? 

If the Archbishop was only imposing a restriction on himself (or itself since the Archbishop of Agana is an office), then there is NO NEED to record a document at Land Management, is there? He only needed to do a decree. 

But in fact, just as Apuron, David, Adrian, and Pius the Putrid have been lying to us, it appears Jacque Terlaje was doing the same, because now the truth comes out in the March 15 certificate:



Ah, you see. The Declaration is NOT "in favor of" the Archbishop of Agana, a Corporate Sole, Anthony S. Apuron etc. etc. etc. Incumbent. The Declaration -as we have been saying all along - is 

IN FAVOR OF RMS!

And now to the conclusion. 

The certificate of March 15, 2016, shows that the Declaration of Deed Restriction is "in favor of" RMS. What does this mean? 

First, it means that RMS is recognized as a legal entity apart from the Archbishop of Agana, a Corporate Sole - which is why The Diana could never produce the documents showing that RMS was a Corporate Sole as she claimed. There is only one Corporate Sole and that is the Archbishop of Agana. RMS, as the new certificate demonstrates, is a legal entity separate from the Archbishop of Agana. 

Second, the "in favor of" means just that. The Declaration acts "in favor of" RMS. But what is the "favor"? The favor is in the language of the Declaration:


As you can see, the Owner "covenants and declares that the Property is and shall be held, used, transferred, sold and conveyed.." Folks, you can't get much clearer than that. The title of the document is deceptive, pretending only to be a "restriction" and only a "declaration." But when you use the words "sold and conveyed," ummmmm, well, folks, this property is GONE. 

For those who want a detailed explanation of this, see the Legal Opinion by Attorney Jacques Bronze.

We'll get to the part about "subject to the covenants and restrictions" in a minute. Let's now look at the language following the word "Declaration." 

As you can see, RMS is identified as a Non-Profit Corporation (not a Corporate Sole) distinct from the Archdiocese of Agana and distinct from the Archbishop of Agana because the Declaration refers to RMS as its own "SEE" which is an ecclesiastical jurisdiction. So the property is forever ("perpetual use) given to a "SEE" separate from the Archdiocese of Agana.

Now to the "subject to the covenants and restrictions.

As you can see the only "restriction" is that it remain in use by a corporation currently named Redemptoris Mater Seminary. It does not specify that it must be used as a seminary, only that it be used by RMS, Inc. 

And guess what? There is already talk about moving the seminarians out of there and turning it back into a hotel since Guam has a shortage of hotel rooms and RMS is broke anyway. 

And guess what else? 

All the revenues generated by Hotel RMS will go to the Neocatechumenal Way via the corporate person of RMS, Inc, a corporation completely controlled by Giuseppe and Claudia Gennarini, Angelo Poschetti, and one Anthony S. Apuron, himself, personally, bishop or no bishop. 

Hmmm. "Hotel RMS." Like the Neocatechumenal Way, "you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave!"


56 comments:

  1. Sad is all I can say.

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  2. Tim, I am thoroughly disgusted . . . . with YOU! You and Bob Klitzkie!!! And CCOG and the Laity Forward Movement!!!!

    How dare you present us with a mountain of facts with official documents to back them up!

    How dare you present us with detailed timelines of events showing a tangled web of lies and deceit!

    How dare you enumerate the many abuses perpetrated on the clergy, finance council, legal counsel, etc. by the archbishop, et al!

    How dare you use reason and logic to demonstrate the problems of the local church!

    How dare you wake us up to the truth and show us the filth in which we are mired!

    How dare you take away our blissful ignorance!!!

    How dare you!


    And in all sincerity, Thank you Tim.

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  3. Facts are facts and still in the umatuna, the knuckleheads still wanna deceive the parishioners that the archdiocese is still in control of the most valuable asset it once had. The truth will always come out and the neocult will just continue to twist the facts no matter if it was in black and white. They will bring whoever down just to protect themselves.

    Someone should tell Jackie that she and quitugua both suck at being lawyers. Too bad they can't have their law degree taken back. I wonder if their law degrees are from a Cracker Jack box. Hmmmm...

    The idiots on the hill talk about sin and division and yet they still can't figure out that it's the neos who have caused the wounds and division because of the deceptive practices and their unwillingness to be truthful. Stupid neoretards is all I see them as!!!

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  4. So, Jackie Terlaje's statement that the Archbishop of Agana "imposed on itself a restriction" has been proven to be a lie by this latest version of the Certificates of Title.

    Well, what could we expect from a lawyer(?) who has not been educated in the practice of law but instead, "trained" (her words, not mine). Trained? (like a monkey?)

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  5. I was told by a lawyer that attorney Jackie Terlaje is held to a higher standard because she is a lawyer. She is subject to ethical rules and if she violates them, she will be disciplined. She can even have her license to practice law taken away. She should be investigated because it looks like she vommitted some kind of fraud here by allowing the bogus or false certificates to be issued and published and then kept silent for months until Attorney and former Senator Klitzke exposed the scam. I think the Ethics Commission should fire her.

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  6. Yo Jungle Watch. It not only smells and moves like a fish, there is something rotten here as in someone committing a crime. The VG and the archbishop should thank the mr. Borja for saving their corrupt asses or it seems that way. Rome should not tolerate such shenanigans abd scams in the Church. The Church in Guam is rotten at its core. No wonder many are leaving the Church or are just staying away.

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  7. Time for Mr. Borja to go bye bye ASAP he can't follow the rules and regulations especially from the AG. Corruption at its finest so Governor do your job and clean up house that includes yourself.

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    1. I re-read the AG's letter dated March 18, 2016 which was the same day as the new CT. It did authorize Mike to cancel the old CT's and issue new ones. NEO cult Parasites have thier Ass covered on that one...

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    2. Correction; dates on the AG's letter and the new CT's is March 15, 2016...

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  8. The Neos keep spinning this issue over and over. Getting dizzy and nauseous already.

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  9. Another gift from the clueless on the hill. More written proof about the contradictory statements that continue to pour from their lips. Someday they will actually tell the truth, but by then we will not be able to recognize it. As the penguins said in the animated file Madagascar "keep it coming boys, keep it coming".

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  10. Tim, with all the hoopla over the bungling circus known as "Land Management",or is that Mismanagement, could you do a special post on the investigation of prespeeter Luis. It's been a year and I am sure the investigation team has been as diligent as the people producing titles from DLM. I just want to know where the penny I was thinking of tossing into the AAA would go. I wouldn't want the boy to go hungry you know. Thanks.

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  11. Take them into the office and expel them .........

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  12. When lies are perpetuated they become, well bigger lies that act as a "drag net" collecting all sorts of fish, bottom dwellers and rubbish. Arrogance is the first sign ...Hayi Hao? Second is the "I" syndrome...I'm a Chamorro woman, I'm trained... trained in what? Deception.
    A truthful response would suffice and all that has been asked for, yet all that has been offered are hate filled attacks, name calling and LIES. If this were politics we would understand, but this is the Archdiocese of the Catholic Church of Guam. "The TRUTH....what is the truth", Pilate to his wife, Claudia. Claudia's answer, "If you do not know the TRUTH, no one can explain it to you."

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  13. Wake up everybody! RMS doesn't need any financial support from the Catholic church, it's got a $70+ million property in its pocket.

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  14. So happens now, if anything? If the property is gone, is there a way to get it back? Can those stealing the land and "doctoring" documents be brought to justice? Does Rome have a problem with this or will they remain silent and indifferent?

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    1. Good questions, Agnes. So far we have heard little and even this has proven to be false.

      There is a board of directors for RMS and the Theological Institute, as well as a Board of Guarantors which oversees these groups. The Board of Directors and Guarantors must have an opinion about the whole issue. Wouldn't they be in total agreement with the archbishop regarding the ownership of the property? Wouldn't they agree that the archdiocese still owns the property? Wouldn't they be willing to sign a document stating that they do not own the property but the archdiocese does? Wouldn't this ease the minds of everyone concerned?

      Just a bit of wishful thinking.

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    2. Even if it were wishful thinking, these RMS boards ought to clarify their position to ensure that their company is above board (assuming of course that all their dealings are legal!). Their reputation is at stake so they owe the people of the Archdiocese an explanation, in order to clear their name now being dragged in the quagmire and to satisfy the queries regarding ownership of the property. Otherwise their silence is an admission of complicit wrongdoing and devious takeover. We shall see if this property is so valuable that they are willing to compromise the global reputation of the NCW, albeit eroding confidence on the mission and vision of the same.

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    3. Agnes asks a good question - does Rome have a problem with this? Here's the answer-
      Went was showing the Kiko sending off mission families. The pope was there and scolded the kilos to be obedient. At the end the pipe went to greet and thank all the top neo supporters. Lots of lay VIPs and plenty bishops and cardinals. And right near the end was the bishop who came to Guam early last year. Not the one from Australia but the Chinese one from Rome.
      Solid neo , no wonder he will never go against Kiko

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  15. Well, Like we have been saying in this blog, publish the certificate of title, It will only show that Apuron in fact gave away the 40+ million property to the Gennaris in NJ.

    The whole issue with this fiasco is in plain sight,and in defiance to the entire people of Guam, Mike Borja, Jaquie Terlaje, Andrew Santos, Apuron, and Kristan Finney are boldly proclaiming that they are in fact above the Law. What a bunch of thieves..

    Good Bye Acion Property.

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  16. Wow, The latest attempt to defend the fact that the property was deeded by Apuron to RMS has so many twist and turns that it would be impossible to follow which lie they are promoting. The truth is that the Archbishop transferred this valuable piece of property to RMS seminary for the exclusive formation of neo presbyters forever. No denials can ever change the dastardly action by Apuron.



    CCOG has engaged an attorney to review the transaction and he concluded that the property was transferred in perpetuity to NCW for the exclusive use as an NCW seminary for the formation of presbyters for Guam. If they dispute the findings of this attorney, they would need to produce an opinion to the contrary, but this has not happened. Their only defense is to insist that property is still owned by the Church.

    If one were in the process of purchasing a valuable property worth millions and discovers that there is a legal opinion that the owner no longer owns the property because he deeded it to someone else, would one still make the purchase? We are being told to "believe me because I am telling you I still own it and I am, after all, i am the Archbishop"

    The sad fact we can indeed discern is that NCW is not Catholic by their continued actions to deceive and lie about the facts. Our Lord says “The truth will set you free”

    Time to step down Archbishop, you are an embarrassment to our Faith.



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    1. What a great way to start Holy Week! Jesus is entering Jerusalem and will begin his passion, but a fools gold title is more important? Is there any catechism coming from the chancery anymore? Is the Umatuna still a Catholic newspaper? It doesn't appear to be any more is it? I guess in news speak that's why they call it a "rag".
      On another note, I just watched a video by Robert Spencer about Islam and he said something about the Nazi propaganda and how the Nazis continued to put out information that told the majority of Germans what was happening even though the reality was different. Not saying the Neos are Nazis but the Neos keep publishing propaganda and they keep believing their own lies, even if reality is hitting them in the face. Not saying that the Neos are Nazis but then again Hitler was a charismatic leader and Kiko is... You conclude.

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    2. Arch A Bishop can we see you off at the Airport? Is it for good? Bye.

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    3. Hope Arch stays for the REAL Easter Vigil.....stay up all night and head to airport.

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    4. Is the yellow canary presbyter going back to join his community as he normally does during Holy Week and Easter? Agat, is your presbyter still here?

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    5. Brand new Prebyter Pedro can take Yellow Canary place. Oh, no, wait. Pedro can't return to Guam. Uh, oh. Boo, boo.

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    6. WHAT? Can't return to Guam? Was he here on a bogus student visa? Is he another lover of Chamorro Bread Pudding? What's the deal with Pedro?

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    7. Speaking of embarrassment, desperate times call for desperate measures..
      Coming soon! A Spanish Folk Mass @ the Agana Cathedral Basilica. Only $12 admission to witness another abomination in the Temple.
      Here's a comment from Musica Sacra Forum, Church Music Association of America:I had a conversation today with a priest whose parish is largely Hispanic. Or perhaps exclusively Hispanic. He spoke of the liturgical troubles and pastoral sticking points he experiences not only in his parish, but in parishes across the country and throughout Latin America. A well-versed and traveled individual, he places a good deal of the blame on the Cursillo and charismatic movements that have taken hold in Spanish speaking communities. Of course the problem is multi-faceted. He mentioned a certain publisher in the Western US whose Spanish liturgical books are often put to use by those (usually volunteers) who head up music committees or groups. These books, of course, are based on a faulty theology.

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    8. More info on the embarrassment:Spanish Folk Mass: Misa Criolla, a Spanish Folk Mass, will be performed by the Cantate Community Choir at 7:30 p.m. April 2 at the Hagåtña Cathedral-Basilica. Local artists Carlos Laguana, Dave Duenas and Larry Franquez will be the featured instrumentalists. Advanced tickets are $12 per adult, $15 at the door, and $5 for students. Tickets are available at Faith Bookstore, Marianas Electronics or online at www.misacriollaguam.brownpapertickets.com. For information call 482-5730.
      Notice the date falls on a Saturday and the time is the time designated for the Neo mass at the Cathedral. It's another ruse to raise money for Tony's slush fund. Joy!

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    9. You are probably right about the destination of the money. However, given the musicians you name, they are probably not part of the neocat takeover of the diocese. In any event, while there is no doubt that our "Masses" are heavily abused music-wise*, it is possible to have a "Concert Mass" wherein the Mass parts are set to music with the intention to be performed as a concert and never at Mass. Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, Mozart's Requiem, etc.

      * See the post-conciliar document Musicam Sacram if you want to know what the Church really requires for liturgical music. You will be surprised. In all the years since Vatican II I have never attended a post Vatican II Mass where liturgical music conformed to what the Church required.

      http://www.vatican.va/archive/hist_councils/ii_vatican_council/documents/vat-ii_instr_19670305_musicam-sacram_en.html

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  17. Hey dianna and you neonut followers, please take note:

    "Deed restrictions impose rules that a property owner may want to place on how future owners may use the land or buildings.

    In fact, the owner feels so strongly about a matter that a deed conveying title to the real estate actually spells out what those limitations are, sometimes binding not only the next owner but also every future owner to a set of limitations.

    The most common application now in the U.S. is in newer subdivisions and condominium associations where often the deed refers to a long document called a master deed.

    In some places the specifics of the deed are called the declarations or the "CC&Rs," which itemize what is allowed and what isn't permitted in the development.

    Older subdivisions and individual properties also can contain a baffling array of deed restrictions ranging from common sense protections of a neighbor's rights to eccentric clauses prohibiting or requiring certain behaviors that future owners find most challenging"

    The funny part is where it says "in favor of"...you don't need to be a rocket scientist to know who is in control of the said property.

    Freakin neonuts have been so gullible to believe in brother tony, Jackie, Adrian, quitugua, Dianne. I mean seriously, if they all said the sky was falling, they'd run for cover.

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    1. Anon 8:20PM you need a hug.

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    2. I think the sky IS falling. Runnnn!

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  18. now that the dust has settled, the gang on the hill are feeling great, all it took was timing...

    they have the right people, at the right place, and voila, the lie turns true, and all the dirty deeds are legit because govguam says so...

    jt; finally figure it out, it is cheaper to buy local...

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    1. They were going to do a victory lap but the VG has asthma, Adrian' s too fat, and Tony has a bad heart. Courage!

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    2. Adrian also has a bad leg. But he's very talented at corruption, deception, dishonesty and cruelty.

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  19. I was just thinking, brother tony got his bling ride around the time the yona property was given away. Maybe his handlers swapped the bling ride and his heart bypass for the yona property cause he surely loves his ride. Lol

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    1. Ride is getting old now. Time for a new ride; don't ya think? Was there a collection at the Bishop's NEOCATECHUMENAL Mass at CB this am? Neos shouting Hosanna. Nothing like it

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    2. Why is Sister Marian the Mercy still at the Neo Cathedral? Singing and swaying away to the Kiko tunes? Is she NEO too? Archbishop Putrid at Br Ton's side. So sweet.

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    3. Anonymous 10:48 p.m. I remain puzzled as to why the NCWs have their annual loud Palm Sunday procession/invasion into the cathedral at the 9:30 a.m. mass with guitars, tambourines and huge palms, yet they don't join us for the Easter Vigil mass. They have their own separate Easter Vigil "eucharist" after ours.

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    4. And this NCW procession/invasion is planned and deliberate. There were notices on the doors to the entrance to the cathedral stating the procession would begin from Julale Shopping Center and inviting everyone to join them. Yet no announcement was made the previous Sunday. And 4 or 5 pews on both sides of the center front section of the cathedral had reserved signs for those participating in the procession along with several pews near a side door.

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  20. Breaking news, the AAA broke down how the money is to be spent. I won't go over the specifics except that $10,467.69 is to be used "at Archbishop's Discretion". STOP THE MONEY!!!!! $10,000 going to the seminary, for baby Luis and prespyter travel... This report is about as transparent as the windows in a mafia sedan. Then again this is the mafia we are dealing with. People wake up! They have accumulated $22,000 dollars too much. Tell your friends, tell your neighbors. Sew their pockets shut it you have to. Oh, btw, the clergy have "donated" $3,285 so far. These folks are free to donate out of their own free will or they will end up like Father Paul. If you get robbed in Tumon at least the thieves there show you their threats, their guns, knives etc., in the open. Imagine that, a robber is more honest than the clergy on the hill. STOP THE MONEY!!

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    1. Most of that money came from NEO Cult Presbyters filling the role as Pastors in your village churches. Like NEO Cult Presbyter Alberto, they sent the first collection (which was meant to fill the needs of the local parish) to the AAA.

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  21. Be forewarned that it is the intention of these neotards "The majority of young men, if ordained, will be priests of the Archdiocese of Agana". Then the entire church on Guam will surely fall.

    STOP THE FUNDING PEOPLE!!!!

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    1. They are not called priests they are NEO Cult Presbyters....I agree; stop the funding....

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    2. People still giving. For sure, for sure.

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  22. What makes it so difficult for brother tony to finally admit this executive decision? To continue to deny or to say "no comment" to media is ridiculous, although this is nothing new in his administration. He can simply admit the truth, and people will probably have more respect for him. He simply has to say that he gave RMS property in perpetuity to NCW in his capacity as Archbishop in the hope of augmenting clergy for Guam and to further her missionary function. Is that so difficult? Whatever repercussions of his decision, have to be entrusted to the Vatican leadership. To come clean on this issue is the only way to move forward, if his previous decision cannot be undone anymore. We can probably let it go as an extremely generous gift, although the Archbishop is still answerable to the property donor and to the appropriate congregation of the Holy See. All the actions, deflections and evidence point towards this single gesture that will finally put to rest an issue that has cause so much mistrust and division in our Archdiocese.

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  23. Photo. Excellent....Good Doggie.

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  24. I hate to say this but Diana is surely STUPID and you really can't fix STUPID. Dingbat still insisting that brother tony is still the owner of the yona property. I give up. Stupid is as stupid can be.

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  25. Good Ol Mark Zukerberg providing a Facebook page for U Matuna. Hasn't been used since LAST EASTER but now?? Umatuna Si Yu'os ‏@Umatuna Mar 18
    Archdiocese confirmed once again as owner of Seminary property ...Only one teenie tiny problem, the link leads to a promise of prayer. Gee. Thanks.

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  26. Now that the restriction in favor of the RMShas been published, who in his right mind would want to donate to the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal? Are the big donors of past years still willing to donate to this RMS non-profit corporation? Or, have they finally realized they were suckered into donating by the Neo ArchDeceiver tony baloney apuwrong? They should confront tony boy to 'fess up!

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  27. Since the RMS is under the hands of Giuseppe and his goons, hey mortgage the property to pay for the education of the rejects and have the NCW communities pay the loan. Let the goons break your back, after all it is your duty to give up your money, property and life for the good and benefit of your founder.

    BTW,is Petey boy back in town? How about Harold?

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    1. Even if they mortgage the property they will continue in their attempts to milk the faithful. Scammers and moochers! Shameless...the whole lot of them!!

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    2. Harold at Arch right hand for Palm Sunday Parade of Neo nuts. Pedro?? Gone from Guam. Adios.

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    3. Mortgage and return the amount donated by the nuns who donated nothing to the NCW. Pay for your own hotel. Rats.

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  28. Tony, David and Adrian need to step down! Enough is Enough

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