Saturday, June 25, 2016

ADRIAN CRISTOBAL'S DESTRUCTION OF AARON QUITUGUA


On December 27, 2013. Adrian Cristobal wrote this to Aaron Quitugua:
I regret to inform you that your request to have the Archdiocese sponsor you at Mt. Angel Seminary is denied.
In a day in age when the Church is hemorrhaging vocations and young men like Aaron Quitutuga are increasingly caught up in the "cares and pleasures" of the world, Aaron Quitugua stood out as a "priest to be" as if Heaven had selected him itself.


I had seen him around the Cathedral for years. You couldn't find someone more earnest about his altar boy duties. Small in stature, he always seemed to be the largest presence on the altar. Reverent, sincere, serious, wholly committed - he graced the altar at which he served with a special dedication that reminded me of a time in my own youth when serving at the altar struck awe into my soul and drew me into the heart of the Church.

But Aaron's vocation had to be destroyed. And Adrian Cristobal gladly obliged.

When the time came for Aaron to earnestly seek the priesthood, his natural seriousness led him to take his priestly formation seriously. On September 4, 2013, Aaron Quitugua wrote Adrian Cristobal in his capacity as Director of Vocations:




The "new" seminary Aaron refers to had only recently come into existence - except that it didn't. There was no seminary in what used to be the Malojloj Retreat Center (formerly the Carmelite monastery). A couple of men were housed there but educated up the road at RMS. The "new seminary" was a boarding house and nothing more, and a poor one at that - compared to the palatial pad given the RMS guys at the former Accion Hotel.

It's "creation" was in response to my exposing RMS a few months earlier as NOT a diocesan "seminary for Guam" as we had been told for over a decade, but a seminary constituted to form priests ONLY "according to the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way" (RMS Articles of Incorporation - Article 3).



(By the way, that last sentence came in handy when RMS acquired title to the former hotel property via a clandestine deed in 2011. So don't let the Neo's tell you they can't own property. They own it through the corporations they form.)

Apuron admitted that RMS existed only to form priests for the Neocatechumenal Way by immediately "erecting" a second seminary to form priests for the diocesan priesthood once I put out the truth about the true nature of RMS.

I detailed all of this in a paper I wrote for the CCOG which was presented to Archbishop Hon upon his visit to Guam in January of 2015.

Aaron, who had spent many years contemplating and working towards this moment, was rightfully concerned about the quality of education he would receive if he submitted himself to the same education track of the neocats. And asking about it exposed the truth about RMS, BDI, and JP2: they were all shams. 

The truth is, not only did RMS/BDI not require normal course hours, it did not provide normal courses. In fact, given that there has never been a true stable professorship at RMS/BDI - relying for the most part on two week courses given by visiting (vacationing) "professors" (like Gennarini), it can be said that there weren't (and still aren't) any real courses.

This is not a problem for RMS. The Neo objective is simply to produce guys with collars who can be used to trade for influence with key prelates and to staff their neo-communities until such time as Kiko can do away with priests altogether - per his vision of the "eucharist."

We don't have to do an investigative study into RMS to prove this. We, in Guam, like nowhere else in the world, have been up close and personal with the product of RMS: priests who are ordained not only not knowing how to say a "regular" Mass, but who often mock it while trying (if it can even be called "trying") to say it.

For those who are interested in more proof that RMS/BDI is a big NOTHING, see my post NOTHING FOUND.

Aaron's questions had no answer. Cristobal knew it. So he got the fake professor, Bosco (who has since fled Guam), to write a "baffle them with b.s." response:

I call him a "fake" professor because I sat through a couple of his classes and listened to his completely neo-made history of the church before and since Vatican II. LOL. 



Before we proceed, let us address this "accredited by the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome." One would think if this were true - especially given the controversy over this institution - that Apuron, Cristobal, Quitugua, Pius, et. al. would be more than anxious to publish it. But they haven't.

The original affiliation appeared to expire in 2012, necessitating a Visitation by the Lateran in 2013 in order to renew the affiliation. After the Visitation by Bishop Enrico dal Covolo, Rector of the Pontifical Lateran University, in December of 2013, nothing more was heard and calls for publication of the renewed affiliation were ignored.

As of June 22, 2016, an ad hoc committee was appointed by Archbishop Hon to Visit the seminaries.

https://www.scribd.com/doc/316490750/Prot-No-2016-009-June-22-2016
The FIRST thing they should ask to see is the CURRENT certificate of affiliation with the Lateran which is the only thing permitting BDI to present itself as a legitimate institution of higher learning. And then it should be published immediately in the Umatuna for all to see. We'll be waiting.

This is important to the current discussion because it was Aaron Quitugua's grave concern that neither the JPII seminary nor BDI possessed the credentials necessary for him to receive an authentic priestly formation for the diocesan priesthood for the Archdiocese of Agana.

Six days after getting the response from "Professor" Bosco, Aaron again wrote Cristobal:


Adrian replied:



Two months pass. Nothing from Adrian. Aaron finally writes...and offers to pay for his seminary education and formation himself:






Let's read these words of Aaron again:
Father, upon reflection of the above issues we discussed, an idea came to my mind. The first time we met on Sept 04, 2013, you informed me that our Archdiocese no longer has the financial resources to send seminarians to study abroad, which is the purpose this new seminary is being started. 
The idea that came to mind is this: Since the reason for not allowing local seminarians from Guam to have an education abroad is due to lack of financial resources, would the Archdiocese sponsor me to study at Mount Angel Seminary if I were to consume the cost of my education and formation there since I seek a fully accredited seminary? It would not cost our Archdiocese any money to send me there.

Adrian is now stuck: caught in another lie. The real reason Aaron was refused sponsorship to Mt. Angel Seminary was NOT because the archdiocese did not have the resources, but because, as Adrian had told Fr. Richard Kidd a few years earlier: "In the Archdiocese of Agana, there is NO MORE diocesan priesthood. There is ONLY the Neocatechumenal Way."

Richard Kidd did NOT want to be formed by or for the Neocatechumenal Way, and only after a long fight and much delay, did Apuron agree to sponsor him to St. Patrick's Seminary in California. But now, here was Aaron Quitugua requesting the same opportunity for an authentic formation for the diocesan priesthood in order to serve as a priest in the Archdiocese of Agana.

But Aaron's questions had serious consequences for Cristobal: they revealed the fact that the JPII seminary was a SCAM too. It had only been created in response to my exposition of the true nature of RMS - as if erecting a facade would be enough to "quiet the natives." Apuron and Cristobal had insulted us to our face with this JPII seminary charade, and Aaron's inquiries had left Cristobal standing naked (pardon the visual).

Caught, Cristobal stalled:



Weeks pass. No "answer" from Cristobal. He was caught in a lie. Lack of funds was not the reason Aaron was denied the authentic seminary education he sought. The real reason was that Apuron and Cristobal had marching orders to crush any more "Richard Kidd's." NO ONE is to become any sort of priest outside the Neocatechumenal Way! "In the Archdiocese of Agana, THERE IS NO MORE DIOCESAN PRIESTHOOD. THERE IS ONLY THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY!"

Finally, again Aaron writes Cristobal:



Apparently Cristobal is tired of addressing someone so much smarter than himself (almost everyone), so he does what he has done to all of us, he tells Aaron to shut up and go away:




Adrian outright LIED to Aaron Quitugua about the lack of finances. Aaron volunteered to pay his own way. Cristobal was caught. He had his orders: NO PRIESTS OUTSIDE THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY.

Aaron had to be stopped. He was. But before he was, he exposed Adrian as a LIAR, and the true intention of Kiko Arguello, Giuseppe Gennarini, and the Neocatechumenal Way: to beat Guam and its Catholic people into submission in the service of a LIE. 

Yet, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, the Apostolic Administrator sent here personally by the pope to address the destruction of this diocese by Adrian Cristobal, appoints this same Adrian Cristobal, bona fide LIAR-IN-CHIEF, to be the chairman of his primary committee. 

Thank you for the opportunity, Archbishop Hon, to once again expose Adrian to the world. Our audience now is millions and millions more than it was when I first exposed this. Too bad we have to expose you too. But when you sleep with dogs you get fleas.

Note: The last I spoke with Aaron was about a year ago. He still wants to be a priest - a real one. 



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