Friday, April 1, 2016

VATICAN PROBES FUNDING OF CARDINAL’S LAVISH APARTMENT

Posted by Chuck White
Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone
I don't know about you, but I'm getting sick of the influence peddling in the Church and men in red hats on the take...Read more.

25 comments:

  1. With "moles and vipers" in the Vatican, should we be surprised to find miscreants in our local church.

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  2. That dude looks like Brother Tony! Wow

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  3. So is Pale' Mike the Acting Archbishop while Brother Tony is away? He's already doing a great job with the 40 plus kids he just Confrimed tonight. Wow! Toto Church was packed beyond belief. God was felt in Toto tonight! God is Good All The Time

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    1. I was happy when I thought I saw Fr. Mike C., a real priest, at the governor's State of the Island address a few days ago.

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    2. It is more of a political move than it is spiritual. Father Forbes was there to give the invocation but was not there to talk about the growing problems of abortion and division within the local diocese, etc.

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    3. It wasn't a "move" at all. The priests were doing what they were asked to do.

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  4. Cry baby Tim quit!! now he has a second hand CfUCK White LOL

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    1. And Tim has a very able third hand as well-Bob Klitzkie. And many others who post here and openly attend the protests.

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  5. The Dungbat thinks we are abandoning this mission and seeking reconciliation with ArchNEO Cult Presbyter Anthony Sablan Apuron...little does it know that there is more to come that will sink its expectation....


    DianaApril 1, 2016 at 3:20 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 11:37 pm,

    What you chose to believe is not my problem. You can believe in whatever you want. As I said in my previous post, this is the turning point in the conflict. More members in the jungle, LFM, and CCOG are now abandoning this conflict and are either going into the sidelines or into the Archbishop's side with contrition.

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    1. Typical neocat thinking. Always counting numbers. Not concerned that they are party to criminal acts. Just so long as they have numbers. Might makes right. Very communist. Not Catholic. But wait till they see what we got coming. It's why Tony is on the run even now.

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    2. Joseph A. SantosApril 2, 2016 at 8:25 AM

      Diana,

      Your right, this is the turning point. The kid gloves are off now. We are not standing by or standing down. What has happened has given us more resolve. Coming soon, just be patient as as your ilk likes to say, courage!

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    3. Dungbat, apparently you have forgotten that the wheels have been in motion to rid Guam of your ilk long before the DLM fiasco entered the picture. We are not quitters. You Neos will NEVER win. BTW, how many more NCW converts from Guam have joined your cult? Do give us the numbers since your cult love to impress people with numbers. Don't include those foreign imports in your tally.

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    4. 6:17am-Tim. counting numbers you idiot what about your Clock Counting and your view chart Numbers what an idiot

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    5. Ummm, yah but I'm not a religion. LOL.

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  6. Simply ask the Dungbat is Apuron transferred the property to RMS to keep the finance council from seeking it or not.

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    1. The KAKA filled Dungbat is now claiming that Tim fabricated the story of why the Archdiocan Finance Council was removed...

      DianaApril 1, 2016 at 2:58 PM
      Dear Anonymous at 12:16 pm,

      It was actually Tim Rohr who first said that the RMS seminary does not belong to the Archdiocese. It was Tim who concocted the fairy tale of the former finance council being removed so that the Archbishop give the property to the NCW.

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  7. Newark (NJ) Archbishop John J. Meyers has or had the same problem. Click here to read about it. $500,000 in renovations of an already palacial house. Some of which was funded by private donations.

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  8. This NEO cult is definetly not a religion nor is it Catholic....It simply is a money laundering syndicate disguised as a Religion....

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    1. Their syndicate has not only infiltrated the Catholic church, it also has put cult members in key government positions to facilitate their activities to include acquisition of properties. They are building an empire for the honor and glory of Kiko, their prophet.

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  9. Let us all pray for our Archbishop who is currently off-island for medical treatment for his heart. I heard he has given all Pastors the faculties to officiate the Sacrament of Confirmation. Pray for him that he returns home.
    May be most of you who do not like the Archbishop in one way or another or wants him to resign asap, probably want him to die. But I ask you to pray for our Archbishop and our Diocese. It is us the laity that can help extent that olive branch to our neo brothers and sisters and accept them. I believe that many people want to have tradition but here is a question.
    Did the Chamorro people (Chiefs of their time) accept the teachings of Pale' San Vitores (a spanish teacher)? Some accepted but many didn't. Even ferdinand magellan called guam "Islas de Los Ladrones" Islands of the Thieves. But then the American military came to rule guam in the early 1900s then was invaded by the Japanese in 1941 and then the American Military came to reclaim the Island after the Japanese war. Then guam became a territory of the United States but cannot vote for its President. Are we not to accept our brothers and sisters of different race and religion? There will always be someone to expose someone for different reasons. But are we calling them to go against the Church or do we continue to assist our brothers and sisters to find God and help them to enter the Kingdom of Heaven?

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    1. Man, you are all over the map. Thanks for the history lesson. This is NOT about accepting or not accepting persons of a certain race or religion. This is about keeping the abomination out of the temple.

      As for Apuron, we do NOT want him to resign or die. In fact we want him back here to face justice. And we want him healthy and well so that he will live for a long time after that so he has time to repent and make the people he damaged whole...or at least try. Better justice here than in the hereafter.

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    2. Same RMS guy. Our Diocese. Been reading Jubilee book free.

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    3. Whooo! my head is still spinning about that attempt at historical lesson...
      I guess knowledge is like jam: the less you have the more you spread it.

      That being said, I would pray for the heart of the Archbishop if I knew he had one. Facts have demonstrated that this is an open question.

      As for the call for unity, well what can I say? Beside the fact that all those who advocate this, are the same that have done everything in their power to destroy said unity.

      This is not a question of race or origin, we are all supposedly Catholics. It is a question of letting a sect destroy our Church, aided and abetted in doing so by Antony himself.
      I never wished ill to the archbishop, nor ever wished for his untimely death, as like Tim, and many others, I want him to face justice before, he runs away, or appears before an even harsher tribunal, where appeals are not possible.
      Joy!

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