Thursday, May 5, 2016


PNC: Gennarini denied any involvement in drafting of the papers and told Patti that the deed restriction was created at the suggestion of former Archdiocese of Agana legal counsel, Attorney Ed Terlaje.

"He was asking the seminary and the archbishop that in order to protect the estate of the diocese in case there is lawsuit ... this was five, seven years ago, six or seven years ago. In order to protect the estate, it was better to do what they do in many diocese of America, which is somehow to assign the property to the different corporation of the diocese," explained Gennarini.

Attorney Terlaje, however, tells PNC that he had objected to the transfer of the RMS property and he says he had already conveyed this message in a letter he wrote to the archdiocesan finance council.


Following is the text from the Agenda notes for the meeting of the Archdiocesan Finance Council of September 7, 2011. Full document here.

Item 1. Transfer of Ownership of Significant Assets - Specifically the Redemptoris Mater Seminary

Recently, our legal counsel, Ed Terlaje, has reviewed the legal structure of significant assets to assure they are set up as separate legal entities within the Archdiocese. The Redemptoris Mater Seminary (“RMS”) is an asset Ed is currently working on. In a review of RMS Articles and Bylaws, as well as several meetings with the RMS original incorporators, an issue has arisen that needs AFC review.

As a parallel comparative situation, most recently when Catholic Cemeteries was set up as a separate legal entity the Articles and By-Laws clearly state that the Archbishop of Agana has ultimate powers over the corporation. In this way the assets do not have to go thru any type of alienation process since they remain under the Archbishop’s sole control. An alienation would require AFC approval, and most likely the approval of the College of Consultors, and the Vatican if the value is great enough (in excess of $1,000,000).

However, in the current Articles and By-laws of the RMS, the Archbishop is a member of the Board, but does not have the same ultimate powers. He is just one of six votes. This situation, should the Archdiocese transfer the property and buildings and facilities in Yona to RMS, could appear to make the transfer an alienation of property because the Archbishop relinquishes ultimate control of the asset. In order to keep it an Archdiocesan asset, Ed has recommended that the RMS Articles and By-laws would need to be amended to allow the Archbishop ultimate control of RMS and its assets. However, after several meetings, the RMS incorporators are hesitant to do so, but have asked that the assets be deeded to RMS without modification. The AFC has an obligation to advise and assist the Archbishop in temporal matters, especially in the alienation of property, so we need to discuss if we can move forward with any transfer of property, and under what circumstances would the AFC authorize a transfer in order to safeguard Archdiocese assets.

Also attached for your review are applicable sections of the Archdiocese statutes and Canon Law which Ed has studied and is ready to answer any questions you may have. If you should have any questions or feedback before the meeting please direct these to me and I will forward to the relevant individual so this information is available either at the meeting or before hand.

  • The incorporation documents for RMS were unique. Other archdiocesan entities like the Catholic Cemeteries were incorporated in such as way where the archbishop's ultimate control was clear. But NOT RMS.
  • Ed Terlaje, legal counsel, warned that the archbishop would lose control of the property if the property was transferred without amending the incorporation documents.
  • After "several meetings...the incorporators"* were "hesitant" and "asked that the assets be deeded to RMS without modification."
* The term "incorporators" (plural) is used twice in this memo. However, the RMS corporation docs show only one incorporator. The use of the plural was not an accident. It is very clear who the "incorporators" were.

The Archdiocesan Finance Council then voted to NOT deed the property to RMS. Apuron later fired them and secretly recorded the deed conveying title to RMS on November 22, 2011, and WITHOUT telling even his legal counsel. We know this because five days later, Attorney Ed Terlaje wrote this to the soon to be fired members of the finance council:

November 27, 2011
Response to AFC’s Decision regarding Alienation of Seminary Property

Read your letter and that of the archbishop. As you well know, “alienation” and “assignment” are words of distinction without a difference. Any documents containing these words would place a huge cloud on title to real property which would result in a protracted litigation and prohibitive cost to remove such cloud. Do you really want to risk title to the property conservatively valued at 75 million dollars? I have other serious concerns raised in the letter, and if you wish, I would like to discuss in private with you and other members of the finance council.

Ed Terlaje

Original document here.

Here is the letter "of the archbishop" that Attorney Terlaje is referring to.

  • Gennarini said he had nothing to do with the Declaration of Deed Restriction, that it was Ed Terlaje's idea. 
  • Ed Terlaje said he objected to the "transfer." 
  • Gennarini says the Deed Restriction does not give away control of the property. 
  • Ed Terlaje said he objected to the "transfer" because the archbishop would lose "ultimate control."

  1. Ed Terlaje is a respected local attorney who has practiced law on Guam for nearly five decades and has served the archdiocese as its legal counsel untiringly for most of those decades.
  2. Giuseppe Gennarini is a "visiting" history professor who said he had nothing to do with anything. 

Who ya gonna believe?

And then we just FOUND something else. More to come. 

By the way, check out all the countries that checked in in just the last two hours:


  1. Found something else out? OUCH! Is Jackie going to be selling lemonada with OJ?

  2. is it a amendment to articles or bylaws

  3. "Who-ya-gonna-believe?" Good question. Instead of relying on these Neos to prove their claims, such as the accreditation of the RMS by the Pontifical Lateran University, can some one who knows how contact the University and find out what the true relationship is? Instead of waiting for apuron to "find" written permission for their style of communion, can someone who knows how get written proof that the Neo style is NOT approved?

    1. First, it is important to note that the Neocatechumenal Statutes state: Art.13 § 3 For the celebration of the Eucharist in the small communities the approved liturgical books of the Roman Rite are followed. . .

      There are two main documents that clergy refer to in adhering to the liturgy, one is the General Instructions of the Roman Missal or GIRM, and the other is General Rubrics of the Roman Missal or known as the rubrics. There are no documents that give disapproval for all one needs to do is refer to those two documents.

      However, there are certain cases where certain elements of the liturgy are given special exceptions (there may be a different term). In the same statutes as mentioned above, the Neocatechumenal Way has only two when it comes to the Liturgy of the Eucharist: That they move the Rite of Peace to after the Prayers of the Faithful, and that they receive the Eucharist standing but remaining in their place.

      Any other innovation or departure from the Roman Rite is not approved.

  4. Gennarini is blaming the wrong Terlaje. Hahaha

  5. Diana must still be in denial?

    AnonymousMay 5, 2016 at 8:43 PM

    And Ed Terlaje spoke! The truth will set us free!



    DianaMay 5, 2016 at 8:58 PM

    Dear Anonymous at 8:43 pm,

    Yes, he did. He stated that he told the Finance Council that he was against the transfer. He did not say that to the Archbishop. Was it the Finance Council who was in favor of the transfer?

    1. LOL. The finance council voted no and it got them fired. Diana the idiot.

  6. How is it that these people, who have absolutely no hesitation in lying through their teeth, can retain senior positions in the Catholic Church - as though they are paragons of virtue and examples of humble service?

    I truly hope this episode is the end of Gennarini's influence in the Church.

    1. Judas had s pretty high position.... For awhile.

    2. Thta's true...didn't end so well

  7. The real reason the three guarantors are on island is to SIGN something.

  8. Gennarini is the Chief pathological liar of the NCW in North America, Its no wonder that his minions Apuron, Quitugua, Adrian No Balls, Putrid, OJ Masturbation and Dianrrhea all bear the same fruits each time they open their mouths, lie after lie. We should expected that this clown will deny having anything to do at all with anything happening in Guam.

  9. I will come out in due time and connect all the dots...and show them to be all liars!

  10. Legal question:

    Is it against the law to hide or dispose of assets because of an impending lawsuit?

  11. Not criminally (unless there is perjury, false statement under oath or to federal officials, bankruptcy fraud, etc.)

    But civilly the disposition could be undone as a "fraudulent conveyance", depending on knowledge of the facts upon which the impending lawsuit is based.

    I look foward to learning the rest of Fr. Blockley's travails in due time.

  12. Janet B - MangilaoMay 6, 2016 at 10:55 AM

    Very interesting that Italy is number 3 on the list of active viewers. Hard for poor old tony to be away from home, but he obviously is keeping tabs from the cell being prepared for him at the Vatican prison. I hope they let him out so he can come back here to face the people and apologize for all the crimes he committed against his flock.

    Oh, wait a minute, my grandson just reminded me he could skype or facetime his public confession right there in his Vatican jail cell. That will save us thousands in airfare, so no need to hurry back. We'll see you from your jail cell.

    Ciao baby!

    1. It may not be AAA following the blog from Italy. There are a few others that also follow the Jungle in Italy and were listening to Patti and Gennarini's broadcast live. Junglewatch has international appeal!

  13. Hey! One viewer from Qatar! Hello Fr Luigi Camacho.
    How are the beaches there?

    1. What's up, Luis? Huh? Your in a sandstorm? That sucks.

  14. Need I say who that one visitor that checked in from Qatar is or do we already know? Little Luis, is that you?

  15. If you think it is tough for NEO cult members to leave the Way, imagine how hard that must be for presbyters who see the light. They are trapped! What can they do?

    We ought to find some way to help them become regular diocesan priests. Perhaps that will be easier with our next archbishop who is not a NEO cultist. And some remedial education at a real seminary.

    Instead of insulting these cult-brainwashed human trafficking victims on this blog, we should be praying for them.

    St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle!

    1. The only way I could see that happening is for the presbyter to be reinstituted back into a theological seminary (a real one). It will take awhile but eventually can be done. Then they can become part of a Catholic family....again.

  16. I concur. I believe that most of those young men at the seminary are not only treated as indentured persons, they have been made to be dependent on those in charge at RMS and thus have no choice but to be compliant in carrying out their handler's bidding (they're called "missions").

    It seems the heads at the RMS have instructed seminarians to carry out some pretty adverse activity that may be normal activity in their home countries, but is considered stalking and intimidation in ours. They have been told by authorities that this is not tolerated. Problem is, these handlers seems to refuse to adhere to the warnings.

    1. A man who used to be in the NCW told me that many RMS seminarians here told him that they did not like Guam and didn't want to be here but were told by their catechists to come. So they obeyed, reluctantly.

  17. Tim,
    Are you going to tell us what you found?

    1. Yep. Been working on it most of the day. It's too good not to get it right. Hang on.