Thursday, June 9, 2016


The Vatican’s norms apply to the universal church and are true for Catholic churches in Guam, the mainland and all over the world, she said. Bishops would certainly be aware of these norms, Haselberger said.

If the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith finds there is credibility to abuse allegations, the penalty could include removal from office and possible dismissal from clerical state, according to Haselberger. CONTINUED


How ironic knowing how he loved to get his picture in the paper.

PNC: Pope Francis Asks Guam Catholics for Their 'Trust and Prayers'

PNC: CCOG Says Archbishop Has No Authority Over Them

KUAM: Blogger says Vatican cleaning up house

KUAM: New apostolic administrator asks for trust, prayers amid controversy

KUAM: Concerned Catholics of Guam call archbishop's decree "last-ditch effort"

PDN: Canon lawyer: Only Vatican can investigate Guam's Archbishop Apuron

PDN: Vatican-sent archbishop now in Guam

PDN: Arizonans level sex-abuse allegations at Guam's archbishop

GUAM POST: Interim archbishop arrives, sets priorities for archdiocese

INQUIRER (Philippines): Vatican takes over as Guam sex claims probed

BISHOP ACCOUNTABILITY: Interim archbishop arrives, sets priorities for archdiocese

DIVINE WORD: Chinese Vatican official made apostolic administrator in Guam

BANGKOK POST: Vatican takes over as Guam sex claims probed

MANILA BULLETIN: Archbishop Anthony Apuron has handed over his responsibilities to Vatican-appointed Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai

GLORIA TV: Archbishop Apuron responds from Vatican to appointment of new administrator

Recommendations by JungleWatch