Tuesday, April 5, 2016

FR. LUIS CAMACHO HAS BEEN FOUND!

Posted by Chuck White



We've just discovered that our very own Fr. Luis Camacho will be running a 3-day retreat for the youth 13 years and older at the Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Qatar at the end of this month!  Read more.


TIM'S NOTE: I have known about Luis' whereabouts and activities for several months - as I have hinted in several posts. As per the request of our contacts in the region, we have not mentioned the name of the country or the parish. This was due to the precarious situation of Christianity in the region. As also per our contacts, there is a growing despair amongst Catholics there as the NCW is making a big push to take over the only Catholic parish in this country under a neo-friendly bishop who we are told is personal friends with Gennarini. (Sound familiar?) I do know that our contacts have been trying to get help from Rome but to no avail. (Sound familiar?) Their situation is much more desperate than ours. They only have one Catholic parish. Once it is taken over, that's it. Apparently our contacts have reached a point of despair and have asked us to let it be known what is happening there. Also, I want to say that I stand with my first position on this scandal and that is that Luis was used by Apuron. He had no business being ordained and even expressed doubt about it on the day of his ordination. But Apuron needed a "Chamorro-sounding" last name to legitimate RMS as a "seminary for Guam." Sorry Luis. You're just another piece of meat to these people. And they apparently have no compunction for damaging the Church even in places where it has a tenuous if not dangerous existence. Again, I want to make it clear, that Chuck proceeded with this post at the desperate request of Catholics in this country who are seeing the only Church they have taken from them by the Neo's while Rome not only stands idly by, but sends in more neos. (Sound familiar?)

26 comments:

  1. Retreats, private or collective, is his forte. What a farce! He should have never have been ordained.

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  2. If he resigned as a priest because he was caught with a youth of his parish, what is he doing in Qatar ministering to the youth as a priest? (And by youth, I mean his target audience. And by target audience, I mean targets.)

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  3. Soo......here's a question for the Guam AG...what are you doing about Camacho's case? Is justice to be served or is there a provision of law where a "back room" deal was made to avoid prosecution?

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  4. What a scandal this Father Luis Camaho!
    What a scandal this Barrett woman.
    Honestly how can you people of Guam accept these people as your examples and leaders.
    What is this saying about you as a people?
    It looks like your zombies accepting all garbage Apuron throws at you.

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  5. Seems like something has been 'worked out'. I have to file taxes by April 15. Hope there is a good chance I can work something out. Luis, homesick?? Hope you are living like a monk.

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  6. Wow so rather then prosecuting him after being caught, brother tony sends him away so he can prey on a herd of youths? So that's "the way" when sent on a "mission". Great job brother tony and the AG's office for another back room deal to protect the youth from predators like Luis camacho. Don't worry Rome and the world, your children are his next victims.

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    1. Yes, it does indeed seems that way. "That's the way, aha aha, I like it, ah ha ah ha," as the disco song goes. The Way harbors fugitives from the law and sends them to innocent places to exploit virgin territory. All to defraud and establish their reach of grabbing property. Sounds like the colonialism of the New World in world history.
      How Rome has been complicit in this entire scenario is criminal - again symptomatic of New World conquering of native population by Sword and the Cross.

      Perhaps we can initiate a lawsuit aimed at the Catholic Church for crimes against humanity? As farfetched and as laughable this suggestion might seem, this action might actually save the Church from itself. The inefficiency and inattention of Vatican officials are to be condemned as utter negligence and downright permission to subjugate within.

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  7. This is clearly a shuffling around of a priest caught in sexual abuse. One wonders if the bishop in Qatar is aware of fr Luis record of sex abuse? Probably not.

    And if he is aware that makes it even more heinous. Not only is tony off his rocker but so is this other bishop. This is exactly what got the church in so much trouble in the sex abuse scandal- the shuffling of abusive priests from one diocese to another.

    Only Rome can stop this but we now see that they are as much of the problem as our loco bishops (no misspelling in loco).

    Truly a sad reflection on the corruption of the church!

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  8. A prime example of the abuse of the AAA...Where O Where are these NEO Cult Presbyters??? most certainly not on Guam...For sure for sure.. JOY!

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  9. it's clear that there are no limits to the neocats' insanity. are there limits to rome's corruption?

    on a related note, my wild conspiracy theory is that perhaps muslim qatar would be more accepting of neocats, given the neocats' apparent rejection of the Holy Trinity (refer to evidence of this from past posts by chuck and tim). islam, of course, rejects the Trinity and looks at Jesus as only a prophet. perhaps the neocats recognize this, and see it as an opportunity to super-boost their image as THE new evangelization: "look! we're serving in a very non-Christian country!"

    as tim says, everyone else is just another piece of meat to exploit, no matter the consequences.

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  10. Fr. Luis Camacho does not have a record of sexual abuse, due to the Church’s ability to pull strings and make sure no legal proceedings against him occurred. Unfortunately, the shuffling of bad priests is nothing new in the Church. The NCW only provides a new and easy was to transfer them due to its secretive nature. Many NCW priests are not well known within their diocese.

    Rome does not really care and the bishops are more concerned about maintaining their reputation and the reputation of the Church and keeping everything hidden. We cannot depend upon the Church to protect our children. Unfortunately, due to the inaction of the Church we need to think twice about sending our children alone to church related activities for many reasons. Our children can be exposed to a predator priest or a meeting obscurely advertised with the intent of soliciting new NCW members.

    http://www.globalpost.com/article/6649016/2015/09/14/us-priests-accused-child-sex-abuse-find-refuge-south-american-churches

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    1. You nailed it RYaeger!

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  11. Sounds like another Father Wadson SCANDAL. Wake up Catholics on Guam. This is what the NCW has given us? Lousy!

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  12. Qatar is a Muslim nation. Almost 100% of Qatar Christians are foreign workers, to include the missionaries that work for them. The bishop himself is an Italian missionary. The Christian/Catholic Church exists at the behest of the government in Qatar. It is a unique privilege bestowed as a courtesy to these workers. I have been to Qatar to actually observe this dynamic. Compliance with established parameters is necessary to allow the Christian Church to exist and cater to the spiritual needs of the vast foreign workers or "third country nationals." The NCW is indeed doing the Catholic Church a disfavor by allowing NCW to exist in such a volatile environment. They really should take into consideration the basic needs of "third country nationals" who are away from families and trying to eke out a living just so they can send money home to their families. The NCW got it all wrong in this "evangelization" justification.

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    1. Majority of the foreign workers come from the Philippines. Wake up Filipino priests.

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    2. 10:41 AM, what do you mean by your comment? So what if many foreign workers come from the Philippines? I hope you are not begrudging their honest hard work ethic! What is the connection with the presence of Camacho in that part of the world? Why do you want Filipino priests to wake up? Are they asleep? Is there any point you want to express in an intelligent way?

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  13. Lets go Neos sound off!! Zoltan where you at? Baby Luis going after babies!! Where's the investigation Arch? Defend this lie Neos! You make me sick!!!!

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  14. How are ordinary Catholics going to explain all this to non catholic family, coworkers, friends. And not a peep from leadership. Beyond disgusting .

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  15. Why are ther never any repercussions for anything in the Archdiocese or in Rome? My God.

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  16. It’s dangerous for a woman to report sexual abuse anywhere in the Arabian Peninsula. Norwegian interior designer Marte Deborah Dalelv spoke out after being handed a 16-month prison sentence in Dubai -- after she went to police to report she had been raped by a colleague. Read more.

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    1. Camacho has found a niche, thanks to Apuron and Pius. If he got away with much in a legalistic society on Guam, he should have no difficulty getting away in a restrictive and male-chauvinistic Middle Eastern country. On the other hand, if he persists in victimization, I hope he gets caught red-handed and they cut off his impertinent anatomy to get rid once and for all of his problem of where to put it.

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  17. St. Catherine of Siena:
    "We've had enough of exhortations to be silent! Cry out with a hundred thousand tongues. I see that the world is rotten because of silence."

    Pope Felix III:
    "Not to oppose error is to approve it, and not to defend truth is to suppress it, and indeed to neglect to confound evil men when we can do it, is no less a sin than to encourage them."

    Pope Leo I:
    "He that sees another in error and endeavors not to correct it, testifies himself to be in error."

    Pope St. Pius V:
    "All the evils of the world are due to lukewarm Catholics."

    Pope St. Pius X:
    "All the strength of Satan's reign is due to the easy going weakness of Catholics."

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  18. You people don't even know what you're talking about. If you don't know the whole story, maybe you should practice what you preach and stop judging. Hypocrites.

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    1. Why so mad, bro?

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    2. @19:18PM Why don't you tell us what you know?

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  19. And they wonder why a lot of people are changing their religion from Catholic to no religion at all.

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