Saturday, April 30, 2016

TONIGHT


19 comments:

  1. See you there! Yes, the lines in the sand have been clearly drawn...

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  2. I like to ask question why we can't ask question about they believe if it truly under Roman Catholic are the same status, but they say we questioning God? It is impossible that they want us to follow all the way and no question at all. And also I like to ask question are we a pagan, if we don't joy them? Also they believe Abraham only and they remove chapter 1-13 in the bible. Abraham bosom is the Father of Limbo (Luke 16:22)and he will there until the second coming of Jesus, the son of man.

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  3. Ask the Pope yourself, he is the boss.

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    1. You're wrong. The bishop is "the boss" when it comes to the matters in his own diocese. The problem is this bishop has no answers except "I have to find it somewhere." Typical Neo bullshit. Hiding behind the pope.

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    2. The scary part is you don' t believe on anything but your own authority. I stick by God and the Pope.

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  4. This weekend is also "limitless mercy" retreat. Let's not forget Luis Camacho this weekend as he ministers to teenagers.

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  5. Just got back from the demonstration outside what used to be the Cathedral Basilica of Guam. The visiting Cardinal and our lost shepherd authorized the Neo mass in our basilica. The distribution of "communion" was given at the pews as was the grape juice. The former shepherd of the 1% that does not matter has shown his true colors. He "performs" Masses for the money you give him but his heart is with his Neo brethren. Wake up Catholics!!! We have lost the Mother Church of Guam, albeit temporarily, and you go about your faith business as usual. If you let this continue you are going to go into what was a Catholic church and you won't know what the hell is going on. What I witnessed was disgusting and to know that our church leadership not only condones this but revels in it makes it that much more disgusting! If people wonder why we 1% are so vocal then come out and join us and you will see. Thank you to those who joined for the first time. We need more and we need you fast. Break out of your anonymous mode and stand up and be counted. BTW, wherever the former shepherd of Guam is presiding, my advice is to run away. He no longer believes in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, it's just a meal so therefore the "consecrated" bread is just that, bread. When you pass around bread like you are at a fiesta then that is not the Body of Christ. I am glad the Neos have their protestant worship services in private, because I really don't want to see it again. Now if they would only build their own temples and leave our churches alone that would be great. However, it means replacing the lost shepherd and that we need your help with.

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    1. LOL FOOL. Then show us the document. Maybe you can "find it" since Apuron can't.

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    2. Dancing the night away (they need definetly need to build their own church).From the Dunhbat....

      Sunday, May 1, 2016
      The Special Mass With The Cardinal
      The Mass last night was beautiful. We arrived 45 minutes early, and the front rows were already taken. There were so many people already there, and the church was filling up fast. We quickly had to find a seat, but I did not like sitting in the way back. We found a couple of brothers from our community we knew, and we squeezed into the pews with them. The church was packed. Although the Mass was opened to the public, I saw only the brothers in the Way.

      The Gennarinis and Father Mario were there, and they did the admonitions and the readings. Father Julio sang the Gospel. Because the crowd was too large, there were no echoes. The NCW on Guam has approximately 1, 200 brothers. There were many people taking photos of the catechists of the U.S. and of the Cardinal. At the end of the celebration after the priests have all walked off the altar, the brothers formed a circle and danced around the pews.

      One of the amazing things we learned that night was that Cardinal Paul Josef Cordes is NOT a "Neo Cardinal" as the jungle claimed. He was never walking in the Way nor a member of the Neocatechumenal Way. What a surprise! And all along, the jungle claimed that he was a "Neo Cardinal." The Cardinal was assigned by Pope John Paul II to follow and guide the Charismatic Catholic Renewal in 1985 and then to also follow and guide the Neocatechumenal Way in 1986. He was only there to follow and guide us, but he was never part of us.

      We celebrated the Eucharist the way we had always celebrated it with the exception of the echoes......and lo and behold......this Cardinal who is NOT a "Neo" did not object to the way we celebrate it. This Cardinal who was assigned to GUIDE the Neocatechumenal Way since 1986 did not say that we are committing liturgical abuse.
      Diana at 7:00 AM

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  6. Joe - Though I couldn't make the Prayer Service this evening, here's what I was working at home in the meantime, and sharing it with you and with others too.

    "A lot of good-meaning people ask us “Why don’t you guys just learn to live with each other (with the Neos), respect each other’s differences – “give-and-take” as they say, then there can be peace and harmony among all men of different beliefs.

    ANSWER: While we differ theologically (often vehemently) with other religionists (Baptists, Methodists, SDAs, Mormons, Jehovas, Lutherans, Presbyterians, and others) we have learned to live and co-exist with them, because we respect them for their religion, and they respect us for ours. They live within their bounds, and we leave them undisturbed for that.
    With the Neos, however, they came INTO our Catholic Church (thanks to Apuron) in the mid-late 1990’s, proclaiming themselves to be “the cream of the crop” Catholics, and here to evangelize us to a better Way to Christ. In the words of an apologist bishop (Bishop Schneider) who knows what he’s talking about because he has had intimate dealings with them, the Neos are a Judaeo-Protestant sect posing as Roman Catholics.
    We probably wouldn’t be as offended by their teachings and liturgies if they had come into Guam, built their own churches, practiced their own religion, and even try to “evangelize” some of us weaker Catholics. But when the supposed Shepherd of our Church (Archbishop Apuron) puts a wedge between “them and us”, espouses the NCW cause, is beholden to the NCW hierarchy rather than the Holy See, we feel betrayed from within.
    For a decades we were held hostage by our own spiritual leader. Slowly, the discontent became disappointment, the disappointment became anger, and the anger cannot contain its lid anymore – until it erupted with the arrival of the “head huncho” of the Way last week, and we felt they were going to shove “the Way” down our throats – like it or not!
    We pray to God that it does not get any worse, but if the “head huncho” and his minions insist on having it their way unilaterally, well…..they have something else coming their way! As of now, they can count their blessings that a good number of our Catholics continue to be lackadaisical about the injustices being heaped on us, but when the eyes of all become open and they see the Way for what it truly is, you can expect MILITANT CATHOLICS to cry out “We have not yet begun to fight!”
    In some future postings, I would like to bring out WHY we cannot co-exist with them within the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. (jrsa: 4/30/16)

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    1. I believe for tony the answer is very basic, “MONEY”
      tony saw himself as the ceo of a small corporation, and seeing an opportunity to fill is wants and needs, for more “MONEY”
      he wanted in on this new religious venture, and is people started filling up the churches again, so much the better, “MO MONEY, MO MONEY…

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  7. In the Archdiocese's press release, it says that the faithful were given the opportunity to address the Archbishop directly during the pastoral visits he made to the parishes. However, at some parishes, like mine, the pastoral visit was scheduled at a time when most of our parishioners were not available. Also, unlike the Diocesan and Capuchin parishes, our Neo priests did not allow the faithful to have a Q & A with the Archbishop. Oh, and only "certain" parish council members were invited to meet with Archbishop. Perhaps the Archbishop did not know, but his priests knew who to invite and who not to invite. After all, the pastors were the one that controlled the schedule and agenda for the pastoral visits.

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    1. The Bishop did in fact visited the parishes. This was all up to your pastors to hold the date and time. The bishop was at my parish in which he reviewed the parish records, celebrated Norvus Ordo Mass, ate breakfast with my pastor and some parishioners. He then remained inside the rectory and was speaking with the office manager and then had lunch with the staff of the parish. In the afternoon, the bishop had a meeting with the parish council members and parishioners. Yes, I was surprised with the amount of parishioners that came. More than 50 people. Keep in mind that my parish is not a neo and we have a filipino priest. Questions were raised about the property in yona, He said the property belongs to the diocese, another question was about the Neo charism. He explain that this Neo practice was approved by the popes, JPII, Benedict XIV and Francis. Until such time the Neo is not accepted in the Church, we must learn to co-exist. More questions were raised about Father Paul and Monsignor James, at which he explained, that he could not specifically say because they are arguing there position with Rome. Until then we must let Rome do its process. He explained that he cannot just restore them back to their positions until Rome has given their outcome. If you did not attend the meeting or you were too busy, then it is your fault. Bring it up to your pastors and tell them. Why only now you blame the so called priest that are in the Neo Charism who were in charge of your parish, why didn't you lash out at the time? You knew the bishop was going around. You had your chance.

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    2. Dear 11:14AM. Tony lied. It is not in Rome's hands. It is in his. Tony lied because he can. Tony lied because of people like you.

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    3. Anonymous (they always are) of 11:14AM said: "You knew the bishop was going around. You had your chance."

      He is the shepherd of this archdiocese. His watch is 24/7. There is no one chance. Everyday is his chance to reconnect with his laity.

      An Archbishop is called to serve his Archdiocese, conversely, he had his chance, and he blew that chance.

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  8. Sometimes I have to think that Brother Tony is being bribed to let the Neo do as it wants. He must have revealed really, really evil transgressions in his scrutinies. I know of one multiple incidences of a really, really evil transgression, but there's probably more. The same may be true of Adrian and David. Is that why the three of them have been really quiet?

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  9. Maybe Tony will be successful in keeping his evil transgressions from the public and I believe this is what he hopes for most in his life...that the evil he perpetrated many years ago will forever remain behind closed lips. And to help keep it behind closed lips, he allowed our beloved Catholic Church to be hijacked by the fake Catholics in the NCW. But he is long in the tooth and I pray he comes to the realization that it's better for him to face the wrath of the public and ask for forgiveness from God, than to continue to allow this travesty to take place in our church and face the wrath of God come judgement day. As said many times on this blog, "the road to hell is paved with the bones of bishops." Think about it Tony.

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  10. If Tony was a bird, he would be a "swallow". Lol.

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    1. Tony is more like a crab...he has shit for brains! Kalakas!!
      DEMONIO HAO ANTONIO!

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