Wednesday, June 29, 2016

FROM INSIDE THE VATICAN - APURON TO RETURN

Three separate sources have advised that Apuron is not depressed. He is on his laptop openly sending messages asking for prayers because he is being persecuted. He is reminding his well wishers that he is the Archbishop of Agana and he is returning to Guam as Archbishop.

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My note: While this is almost impossible for anyone to conceive, we must expect the worst because Archbishop Hon has done NOTHING to discredit all the messages from Apuron so far: 
  1. The video message from Rome saying that Hon is here at his request, 
  2. Apuron's presence in the Umatuna - which was only removed after we raised a storm about it, 
  3. Apuron's message in the Gala program claiming to be persecuted, 
  4. Hon's continuing to speak of Apuron as if he is completely innocent (his praying for him "without prejudice"),
  5. Apuron's public letter to the Filipino community as if he was still in complete control of the diocese, and
  6. The constant speaking of Apuron on The Diana blog (which is Pius and Adrian) not only as if his return is imminent, but as if he is still in charge:



  1. Dear Anonymous at 3:13 pm

    The Archbishop is there to oversee all the communities, not just his community. He chose to walk with the NCW, but because he is the Archbishop, he is treated differently. For example, he does not have a catechist, and he is not a catechist for a community because he oversees the entire Neocatechumenal Way.

Note to Apuron. While your neocat cronies may try to slip you back into Guam, the Agat boys have some very angry relatives who are looking for you. You might know why. My suggestion: better to settle for that nice Roman villa episcopal crooks like you are rewarded with for staying out of sight. 

16 comments:

  1. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJune 29, 2016 at 7:22 AM

    It's no surprise to read that "Three separate sources have advised that Apuron is not depressed." However it's disheartening to also read that "He is reminding his well wishers that he is the Archbishop of Agana and he is returning to Guam as Archbishop."

    It is my opinion that Anthony Sablan Apuron is too narcissistic — remember how he gave Walter Denton his picture and CD after being confronted?!? — to give in to depression. I believe that Anthony Sablan Apuron is counting on the island's Culture of Silence and Covering Up to prevent more of his victims from revealing themselves. I'm convinced that Anthony Sablan Apuron is counting on his vast Kiko Network to continue to shield him from being disciplined as would be appropriate given the multiple accusations. Clearly we are far from seeing the proverbial Light at the End of the Tunnel.

    The "Inside the Vatican Report" may be discouraging to read, but it only serves to strengthen my resolve to demand that Anthony Sablan Apuron be LAICIZED ("Defrocked") so that he will not be honored with a final resting place in the sanctuary of the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica. It serves to strengthen my resolve to demand that Anthony Sablan Apuron be LAICIZED ("Defrocked") so that he will not be able to ordain any more KAKA-drunk presbyters from the RMS Factory, a small step to prevent the spread of the heretical teachings of the NeoCatechumenal Way.

    We must continue to make our voices heard and our signs reading "DEFROCK Apuron" be seen locally and internationally to make Anthony Sablan Apuron's triumphant return nothing more than a delusional in his narcissistic dreams.

    JOIN the Sunday picketing 0900-0945 in front of the Cathedral-Basilica if you want to protect our Children and our Church and prevent Anthony Sablan Apuron — who has shown signs of being a Serial Child Molester — from returning to Guam.

    St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle …
    St. Athanasius, pray for us!

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  2. Not only Agat boys but Agana boys, Saipan boys,and FD seminary boys.

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    1. But only the AGAT Boys have come forward and told their horrible stories! Although we know that there are more - you listed Agana Boys, Saipan Boys, and FD Seminary Boys - No one from these groups have stepped up to tell their stories! This is not the time to sit back and hope someone else proves your accusations. You need to come forward with evidence that can be use against Apuron. We Need All the Ammunitions that we can get. Standing on the sidelines and giving accusations is not enough. It is time for the TRUTH TO COME FORWARD SO WE CAN MOVE FORWARD! PLEASE! We Need to Protect Our True and Catholic Churches and those that have been victimized!

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    2. They are fearful of coming forward because of the reaction from Apuron and the Church to date. Once the statute of limitations is lifted, you will see more come out. Roy Walter Doris and Roland are extraordinary for having come forward with no fallback postion at all. All it takes is a few courageous souls to speak out and things will follow then. God bless these four.

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    3. Anonymous June 29, 2016 at 12:15 PM - Thank You for acknowledging that Roy, Walter, Doris, and Roland are extraordinary for coming forward! It is time for cleansing. We Cannot be "Silent No More" where Children are Concerned - even if the children are now adults! The pain is still the same!

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  3. Although discouraging to hear this, I, too, along with Lou and the LFM, CCOG and any other True Catholics of Guam, will not have this. I believe the victims/families. Apuron may be :accused", but deep in my heart, I know apuron did the evil to these children. MONSTER. Yet, he thinks he can come back to Guam with the "accusation" hanging over his head? He REALLY is STUPID.

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  4. See Characteristics of the Psychopathic Personality.
    http://crime.about.com/od/serial/a/psychopaths.htm
    The study of the psychopath reveals an individual who is incapable of feeling guilt, remorse or empathy for their actions.

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    1. Thank you, Mr. Williams, for posting that link. It is helpful in more ways than you can know.

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  5. At Mass yesterday at San Vicente Church, Fr. Vichenzo (spelling maybe wrong) during the Eucharistic prayer purposefully forgets to add Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai to the list after Pope Francis. I do not receive Holy Communion from NCW and RMS priests or even at San Vicente Church because the Mass of illicit! I leave during the Golden Jubilee Prayer because there is no unity after two weeks! Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, you better correct the situation because your "scenario" committee and you "committee on Sexual Abuse" are not working nor are your NCW and RMS priests obedient in respecting you or Holy Mother the Church!

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    1. My son Jonathan I continue to pray that you find peace in your heart. Forgive ... as Jesus Christ forgave. Until then you will experience heaven on earth. In His own time , vengeance belongs ONLY to the Lord. Do not be angry with your brother. Be obedient to your father and mother.Love your enemy. Know that God loves you.

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    2. @12:12 AM, are you out of your f@#!&ng mind? Easy for you to say "forgive". Don't pull that crap at this day and age! Hmmm.. me thinks you're a sex offender. Well, hello Tony.

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    3. Anon 6/30 @ 0523
      A gift for you and my son Jonathan: Mt 3:14,15

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    4. Anon 6/30 @ 0523
      Im sorry, it is Mt 6:14,15

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    5. What Is Forgiveness?

      Psychologists generally define forgiveness as a conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or group who has harmed you, regardless of whether they actually deserve your forgiveness.
      Just as important as defining what forgiveness is, though, is understanding what forgiveness is not. Experts who study or teach forgiveness make clear that when you forgive, you do not gloss over or deny the seriousness of an offense against you. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting, nor does it mean condoning or excusing offenses. Though forgiveness can help repair a damaged relationship, it doesn’t obligate you to reconcile with the person who harmed you, or release them from legal accountability.
      Instead, forgiveness brings the forgiver peace of mind and frees him or her from corrosive anger. While there is some debate over whether true forgiveness requires positive feelings toward the offender, experts agree that it at least involves letting go of deeply held negative feelings. In that way, it empowers you to recognize the pain you suffered without letting that pain define you, enabling you to heal and move on with your life.

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  6. Apuron is here, he was seen at Kmart...he heard kids shorts were half off.

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    1. Seriously? Because the horrific abuse these boys endured is a laughing matter?

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