Saturday, April 23, 2016

JOE R. SAN AGUSTIN IN TODAY'S PDN: LOOKING FORWARD TO THE PUBLIC HEARING

Neocatechumenal Way, seminary drama will continue



Joe R. San Agustin1:15 a.m. ChST April 23, 2016
Archbishop Anthony Apuron claims that his deed of restriction, filed secretly with the Department of Land Management, in November 2011, did not transfer ownership and control of the seminary property in Yona. Not true. In my analysis, the advancement of the NeoCatechumenal Way’s agenda and the enthronement of its cultic religion on the Catholics of Guam is at the center of all this hoopla.

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3 comments:

  1. I read this and I'd like to say great job Mr. San Agustin and to everyone on this island defending our Catholic Faith. These neos need to leave and if brother tony still doesn't see it than he's just about as arrogant and stupid as Diana.

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  2. Wanted! A few good men and women! Kudos to Joe for this well written editorial!
    The list of prominent Catholic men and women in support of the Traditional Church continues to grow. To all the courageous men and women that defend Mother Church may the Holy Spirit continue to enlighten you. St Michael defend us...

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  3. Clear explanation, Mr. SA. Do it right the first time, if in error, do it right again.

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