Sunday, May 8, 2016

HEY PRESTON. I THINK YOU MAY WANT TO RESCHEDULE.

Sorry, man. I know Gennarini was here to push as many of you through as possible before Brother Tony comes down and the whole Romper Room operation known as RMS is shut down, but seriously, by this date, you won't want to let Brother Tony lay a hand on you...to ordain you or otherwise.


More later.


25 comments:

  1. Wait a sec. When was the Rite of admission to Candidacy for Preston? Did we miss something here? Or is it a secret ceremony now? Secrecy of a cult. Was it in the U Matuna? Just checking.

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  2. Gennarini's attempts to ramrod this process through (Sorry Preston) using local Boy as pawn in his game. Perhaps he is trying to pacify mob of island faithful who have revealed his MO to screw us royally.

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  3. It's a travesty to allow these young men to think that they are qualified for the priesthood. They have not obtained a college degree let alone a master's in theology, two basic requirements in becoming a priest. The academic certificate they are given by the RMS is laughable. They did the same with Fathers Francesco, Mike Jucatan, Luis the Tongue, and others. God help Guam. Half of those ordained via RMS are off island at our expense. One is in Qatar being hid by Pius and Genarini. Wadeson is nowhere close to Guam. What else!!!!!!!@

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  4. What does Wadeson and Apuron have in common? The answer hurts because of the grievous damage it has inflicted.

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    1. Well lets give Apuron some credit here, he is consistent in that he practiced what he learned from dastardly pius and the NCW and applied it during his pastoral vist, "He came and listened", but he denied that there was any division, He deflected all questions to for sure, for sure Clarios who basically distorted the truth to cover his boss’s depraved and disgusting deeds. Now he is no where to be found. Disappeared into darkness..Dont dare to come back dude.

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    2. A question pops into my mind. If our perverts disappear into darkness somewhere else in the world, what is the chance that some pervert from somewhere else in the world has disappeared to Guam? We seem to have a lot of kikos who were ordained elsewhere and then mysteriously appear on Guam. More oral exams?

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  5. What does Wadeson and Apuron have in common? The answer hurts because of the grievous damage it has inflicted.

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  6. Said it before and I'll say it again: screwing with these guys lives.

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  7. Hey Preston, do you want to be ordained by a pedophile?

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  8. Joseph A. SantosMay 8, 2016 at 7:47 PM

    But big G said he was only here to teach a course! What was the lesson? Kiko's 2nd commandment or was it the third, who cares? Thou shalt Lie. Ordained a Deacon! Maybe we can stem the sham seminary in time before they give us more useless monkey watchers.

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  9. When did Preston do his Pastoral year of service in one of our parishes? I was talking to friend around the island and we thought he left RMS. Now he's going to be Deacon? Huh?

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    1. Talk about fast track; I just saw another Facebook invite for his prebytorial ordination scheduled for Dec 3, 2016..,.I assume he will take over one or two parishes as pastor....question of the day is...will he be ready...

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    2. Answer if the forever - nope! None of the presbyter have been ready for prime time.
      From the first, presbyter jose alberto, who messed up my cousin's funeral mass, to presbyter Michael the vice rector who wets his pants every time he tries to preach. They all earn the big "L".

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  10. AAA is not really needed for the ordination of the men. G has picked who he wants to ordain, so now they can just move the candidates to a bishop who will. Unfortunately it has been done in the church before. I am sure there is some NCW friendly bishop that will be willing to ordain the men and even bypass some of steps in the rubric set down by the Vatican for the ordination of priests. Peru? Schmooze the right bishop and anything is possible. Never learned theology - no problem. Then as much as the men are moved around anyway, it makes it possible to lie to many bishops who do have certain standards.

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    1. This is a perfect example of religious metastasis. Is there any way of alerting the appropriate people in Rome? If things like this can't be stopped the Catholic Church is doomed. Outside forces cannot prevail but rot from within can do tremendous damage.

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    2. It appears Rome has the same problem:

      Cardinal says ‘unauthorized people’ in Rome veto bishop picks
      http://www.cruxnow.com/cns/2016/05/05/cardinal-says-unauthorized-people-in-rome-veto-bishop-picks/

      Of course we have known this for awhile. According to Bishop Schneider, Kiko has established a "powerful lobby" there for more than 30 years.
      http://www.junglewatch.info/2016/04/bishop-schneider-doctrine-of-kiko.html

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    3. @ RYaeger. Have you ever attended an Admissio? lol The archbishop is there and he makes the final decision on who he feels is ready to enter the deaconate. There have been times where he has said no as well...

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    4. It is the responsibility of the bishops to keep the ecclesial movements under check, starting at the diocesan level. To be fair to the bishops it is a tough task considering the secretive nature of some of these movements.

      Years of fertilizing and pruning are necessary by a bishop, who has the right and duty to scrutinize, discern, adjust, and articulate the unique gift of a sprouting group, and draw boundaries too. He exercises the role of monitoring the step-by-step progression of the group, seeking to preserve the good of the members and secure the harmonious functioning of the upstart in relation to his own diocese.

      Certain regulatory bishops may be involved also, but some of these groups have been adept at dodging the appropriate investigations. Many movements have shielded the real inner workings of their group from outside intrusions.

      I am not sure the structure of our Church was well suited for the proliferation of all the movements that have sprung out in the last 50-60 years. And then there is also the problem of the bishops who are corrupt or well “oiled” as our Italian friends would say.

      In regards to the NCW and some of the other ecclesial movements, it really is up to the laity to solve the problem. Many of these movements sprung up out of the laity or the laity and a priest, so it up to us to get the problems under control. I think Guam has learned you can’t always depend on the bishop and Rome.

      The NCW is here to stay, if history is any predictor. Rome is not going to alienate 1 million Catholics or even 500 local. Yes, in time with proper intervention it will be altered to make more align with the whole of the Catholic Church. Right now a priority of the Catholics of Guam is to be instrumental in the departure of the current bishop and making sure the next Bishop of Guam is not a Neo or a Neo supporter, so that Guam will have a Bishop that will guide the NCW into its proper role and balance within the archdiocese. Guam needs a bishop that is not afraid to pierce the secret veil of the NCW and is willing to facilitate the healing of the archdiocese.

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    5. So the archbishop makes his decisions by how he feels? Does he line them up as he decides on what he feels?

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    6. LOL at 9:44 who said:

      @ RYaeger. Have you ever attended an Admissio? lol The archbishop is there and he makes the final decision on who he feels is ready to enter the deaconate. There have been times where he has said no as well...

      And we are supposed to believe you because???? The archbishop is simply one of the brothers and as such he must remain obedient to his catechist. Gennarini and Pius are his catechist "hierarchy." He obeys them. And can someone tell me what the hell business Gennarini has in selecting who is qualified for the priesthood in the first place. Can't wait for this all to come tumbling down. It's going to be so damn much fun.

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    7. The admissio is the men, although not clerics, begining to wear the Roman collar. Buttoned or cool unbuttoned. They will prepare for Diaconate. Used to be. Big Umatuna bragging rights thing. I never saw Preston with the Roman Collar. Anyone remember this ceremony ???

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    8. Old Archie had a pang just befor The Jucatans ordination. Said he couldn't ordain him. This proves, of course, that Apuron is not calling the shots. Since he was ordained and now Vice-Rctor.

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    9. They are putting vice-rector every where, almost every other week. Ridiculous.
      My suspicion being that they are more rector of vices.

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    10. The Chamorro word for rector is recta. In English, recta is plural for the word rectum. The definition of rectum: the final section of the large intestine, terminating at the anus. Anus is commonly known as asshole. Hmm...must be some kind of connection with the fools running the archdiocese.

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  11. The NCW Cult needs a compliant bishop for their fast-track ordination assembly line.

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