Saturday, May 28, 2016

SOOOOOOO....ARCHBEEEESHUP

How's that "investigation" coming?




And if you haven't noticed, the "complainant" is represented by Attorney David Lujan. That means your "trained lawyer" is in communication with him? LOL. Bet you wish you wish you hadn't let the "The Giuseppe" treat your former counsel (a "real lawyer") like crap. 

14 comments:

  1. Where's apuron's lawsuits for defamation of character against Roy T. Quintanilla who publicly accused Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron of sexual abuse/molestation?

    With all the negative near world-wide publicity against apuron for sexual abuse and/or molestation, you would think that apuron and all his lawyers would be throwing the proverbial book at Roy. Which they should...if apuron were innocent. Or, at least, if they thought they had a chance of winning their case. But, they're not. Doesn't it make you wonder why?

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  2. "You mean we are expected to follow official archdiocese policies? I thought we were exempt?"

    "Now where did I put that Sherlock Holmes hat????? I know it's around here somewhere! Probably right next to the permission from the Vatican allowing us to do whatever we want. Where is that document???!!!"

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    1. The Archbishop doesn't need any document from the Vatican, he has openly disavowed the Pope's authority and as such has excommunicated himself from the rest of the Catholic church since 2006. If we continue to accept his authority and his faulty teachings, we too accept excommunication from the rest of the Church.

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  3. I'm sure Jackie will be continuing her training since this all started to rain on brother tony.

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  4. Archie, Your move......We are not holding our breath.

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  5. I think he's investigating his legal options that's why he is in the Philippines.

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  6. 11.12am. Correct.

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  7. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaMay 28, 2016 at 2:19 PM

    Is Apuron back from the Philippines or will he be returning in time for Corpus Christi?

    According to Can. 395 §3 a diocesan bishop "is not to be absent from the diocese on Christmas, during Holy Week, and on Easter, Pentecost, and the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ, except for a grave and urgent cause."

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    1. Wow. I didn't know that.

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    2. Thanks to Mary Lou, now you do. But I'll bet you a dime to a dollar that if you asked our renowned Canon lawyer, who happens to be also Vicar General of the Archdiocese, if he knew that, he would probably say "Really? I didn't know that!" If he did, he should have advised the archbishop to make sure he was back in Guam before yesterday, Sunday, May 29, because according to the Vatican II calendar, the Feast of Corpus Christi occurred then - and he would be in violation of Canon 395 §3!
      And they tell us laypeople to be quiet and shut-up because we don't know the first thing about church law!
      Thank you, Mary Lou, for letting the whole world know that we are "smarter" than they think! (jrsa: 5/30/16)

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    3. as far as mind set is concerned, brother tony considers a play-date to be "except for a grave and urgent cause"

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  8. Is OJ the mstbte with him? The priest who says Mass now in Chalan Pago is sincere. But with OJ, in the middle of the offertory he will make a comment and people will laugh. I hope he doesn't come back the Mass now is more meaningful.

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    1. What would happen if a parishioner shouted out in a loud voice, "Shame, shame!" In a loud voice every time Fr. OJ desecrated the Eucharistic prayer like that?

      Don't the faithful have the right to the legitimate prayer?

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    2. Yes, they do. Whether they have the courage to demand it is another story.

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