Saturday, March 12, 2016

LFM AT SANTA BARBARA THIS SUNDAY - FREE COPIES OF TARGET PRIEST

This Sunday at Dededo we'll be doing more than just handbilling.

The beloved Father Paul Gofigan was Pastor at Santa Barbara until he was unceremoniously and wrongfully fired.  This book, "Target Priest," exposes all the unsavory details of the way this beloved priest was treated.

We will be making "Target Priest" available free of charge to Dededo parishioners this Sunday after the 10:00AM Mass (Mass will end at about 11:00.)

Contacts: Priscilla at 969-7842, Lou Klitzkie at 653-6605, Mae Ada at 734-7777. Teri Untalan at 727-3577.




Fr. Paul Gofigan was the pastor of the largest parish on the island of Guam. He was also one of the few pastors left on the island who resisted the advance of the Neocatechumenal Way, a cultic international organization that had cultivated heavy influence with corrupt Vatican officials as well as many of the world's bishops, including Guam's. It was only a matter of time before the Archbishop of Guam would be ordered by his Neocatechumenal masters to crush Fr. Paul. That time arrived on July 16, 2013. At a meeting with the Archbishop, Fr. Paul was ordered to resign as pastor, locked out of his office, stripped of his priestly faculties, publicly replaced, ordered to vacate his place of residence, and banished from the diocese. The Archbishop expected Fr. Paul to just go away. He didn't. This is the story.

8 comments:

  1. LOL; these kaka filled zombies from the Dungbats blog think that the Jungle's primary concern is Archneo Cult presbyter Anthony Sablan Apuron illegal give away of a $40m property. There is a long list of atrocities that still needs to be addressed before the jungle and CCOG is satisfied....
    If peace is what they want, then the whole world needs to know the atrocities of what Kiko has done in wrecking havoc in the Catholic Church...This is a cult and they need to build their own church and stop abusing the resources of our church.

    AnonymousMarch 12, 2016 at 12:51 PM
    The owner of the RMS is the Archdiocese, as a corporation sole. It has never been otherwise. Now, if the memorial is going to be corrected at the Land Management, this would not change the ownership.

    As we heard, CCOG still wants to sue the Catholic Church and the Archdiocese over the ownership. Let their intention be weighted on their souls. If Klitzkie wanted the show business in order to initiate the lawsuit, they they will go ahead no matter what. It is very possible that CCOG wanted a smoke screen. They faked a big boom, loud and shiny in order to take the glory for themselves for money raising purposes. This is a quite transparent strategy. While they throw sand into the eyes of people to blind them, they shamelessly reach out for their wallets.

    If CCOG is truly for peace and reconciliation though, they won't get satisfaction from glorifying themselves with a Certification of Title business. As there is no sign of any crime committed, they can just give up the idea of a lawsuit against the church. They should humbly acknowledge that they did a volunteer service to the Archdiocese by helping to correct a document. Asa a sign of goodwill, the jungle would be shut down and CCOG disbanded at the same time. Then the Archbishop may recognize Tim Rohr's and Bob Klitzkie's contribution to the welfare of people by giving them some medal of honor and peace would be restored in the Archdiocese.

    This is only possible if CCOG is shows basic humility for the Holy Mother Church respecting her peace. If they refuse to be humble and glorify themselves beyond measure even over the dignity of the Church, as their troublemakers try to force them, then a golden opportunity for reconciliation will be lost forever.

    CCOG may be taken by its pride, exalting itself into fake glory and antagonizing the faithful of Guam. But CCOG also may be taken by humility to humble itself for the sake of peace among Catholics. The choice is theirs.

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  2. Anon 12:22 am Why not reveal who you really are so that an honest open discussion can happen. Rather than empty and false statements explain why the attempt to alter the CT?

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    1. Tommy, I apologize for the late response, was on a cruise and did not have internet for a week. I am anon@12:22. I am on your side. I was simply discussing the NEO Cult Zombies (anon@12:51) remarks from the Dungbats Blog. I really do apologize if I misled anyone in this blog. I have revealed my name many times on this blog; and will reveal it as time permits. I am on your side in the fight to rid the world, if not this island of this evil parasite that has slithered its way into our Cathloic Church. Prayers from a distance....

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  3. Anon 12:22. Allow perversion, fraud, deceit,etc. for the sake of peace? Isn't that what happened in Nazi Germany when it's people looked the other way? As Jesus fought for peace,we must do as well.

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  4. Hey Anon 12:2, why is it incimbent upon the oppressed to seek reconciliation and peace? Isn't that what the archbishop and his cronies are supposed to do when they took their vows as priests? Why don't you?

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  5. And let's not leave out raping little boys.

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    1. Tim Rohr, if you have information about child sexual abuse, I believe it is your moral duty to report it to the police.

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  6. It's much better if the victim does that himself. Stay tuned.

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