Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "LOL! BINGO!":
The KAKA filled Dungbat is now labeling Reverend Father Paul as a white collar criminal....NEO Cult and thier unendless web of lies in order to deflect from the real truth...
DianaApril 24, 2016 at
Dear Anonymous at ,
Removing a priest from his Dededo parish is not violence. Consider the priest fortunate that he can still administer the sacraments. Transferring a priest from one parish to another due to financial mismanagement is also not violence. Consider the priest fortunate that the Archdiocese was merciful enough not to have him arrested for white collar crimes.
"Removing a priest from his Dededo parish is not violence." Maybe. But threatening him with an "arduous and painful closure" to his assignment IS. Suggesting to a group of clergy that he was involved in a homosexual relationship IS. Suggesting that he had used church funds to build a private stairway to his room to allow for drunken midnight homosexual trysts IS. Not permitting Fr. Paul due process under canon law IS. Bearing false witness agains thy neighbor IS.
"Consider the priest fortunate that he can still administer the sacraments." He was stripped of his ability to administer the sacraments, and violently so. The only reason he was restored to ministry in this diocese is because we nailed Apuron for doing VIOLENCE to Fr. Paul's rights under canon law.
"Transferring a priest from one parish to another due to financial mismanagement is also not violence." Msgr. James was not "transferred." He was REMOVED. There was no decree of transfer given to Msgr. James on the morning of July 26, 2014. There were only three decrees telling Msgr. James to get the hell out. That is VIOLENCE. He was only "assigned" to Tamuning after all hell broke loose. Denying Msgr. James due process accorded him under canon law is VIOLENCE. Trashing Msgr. James repeatedly in the media is VIOLENCE. Spreading scandal about Msgr. James' family is VIOLENCE.
"Consider the priest fortunate that the Archdiocese was merciful enough not to have him arrested for white collar crimes." LOL. Believe me. If Apuron, David, and Adrian could have done it they would have. But they had nothing. They still do not have anything. In fact, Msgr. James would have welcomed the opportunity to take the stand. But Apuron, David, and Adrian knew they would have to take the stand too. That's why no charges were ever brought.
But Apuron, David, and Adrian will soon have to take the stand. And here's where we need your help. Download this PETITION and get everyone you know to sign it.
We, the undersigned, petition the Guam Legislature to pass a bill which will lift the Statutes of Limitation for past child sexual abuse. Victims of child abuse shall be permitted to file claim in the Guam Superior Court should sufficient evidence be presented to prove civil liability against any individual who has committed said crime.
A bill has already been prepared. We are looking for a brave and upright senator to introduce it. Your signature will help. Copies of the petition can be returned to any member of the Laity Forward Movement whose names and numbers appear in the right side bar of this blog. We will have more information soon.
The Gennarini's were not the only visitors to Guam this week.