Tuesday, June 28, 2016

FROM INSIDE THE VATICAN - THE JUNGLE VERSION

DATE: JUNE 27, 2016
TO: THE JUNGLE
FROM: INSIDE THE VATICAN

Filoni went to the Holy Father with the suggestion to send Hon. It is unheard of for any pope to send a secretary of any congregation to administrate a diocese in trouble. Power game going on here for ncw to control Guam.

To do that Hon is now offering positions to those who he wants to win over.
This is why the pope and Hon give different messages. Pope wants things cleaned up. Hon wants to a assist ncw control.

In Rome Hon is not well liked.  Many want him out of the congregation. Problem is today Hon begins to see he can't do the task given. So he is going to give plums to those who he suspects need shutting up. 

Sadly for 30 pieces of silver some priests are compromising with him.

14 comments:

  1. Dark Cloud: See the above post.

    Silver Lining: The masks begin to come off. Some have been hiding or straddling the fence for years. Now is he time to stand up for what is right. We may end up with very few priests who follow the true teachings of the church. We could possibly end up with no one. Sad as it would be, it's better to start off with a clean slate than to be lead astray.

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    1. The saying, "If you're not part of the solution, then you're part of the problem!" applies in this situation. Members of the clergy who aid and abet errant, unfaithful members are NOT true followers of Christ. They may not be as rotten as others but they already are contaminated.

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  2. In quite a few conversations last night this exact thought came up. Did we name names? Why yes we did. You guys are tarnished forever. Were you there when we needed you? NO! Are you moving forward? Uhhhm not at all. Too late we already have you pegged. Sort of heartbreaking, Fathers. Pray about it.

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  3. Hon is not liked...how could he be??? I posted when he first came they wanted to get him out of Rome. Then I felt badly, as in not giving him a chance...seems my sad thought was not premature, just true.

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  4. Confucius say Bye Bye to Tai Fai for Hon no can Do! Please excuse poor attempt at poetry. Must be Jungle Fever.

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  5. Rome is fully aware of the corruptions , sexual abuse scandals a long time ago. This is no new news to them. The cover up after cover ups among the priest who remains silent of their evil works has been discovered. Thanks to Tim Rohr, his junglewatch blog, those who work alongside him, the followers, picketers, and especially the courageous victims! People of Guam, imagine that? It's the laity in Guam a small island standing up to clean up the mess in the Church showing to the world the power of God. With God, there is HOPE? Guam faithful warriors will fight to keep the Traditional Church in operation.

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  6. Strange stillness before ........be with us Lord.

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  7. Guess, Hon have nowhere to go if he is not liked in ROME and is becoming same here in GUAM. Hon needs to decide who he serve, the neo or the TRUE CATHOLICS.

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  8. Some people still think Hon is not a Neocat or at least a Neo sympathizer. Consider this: Would Filoni, Hon's boss, continue to have Hon as his assistant if Hon was not pro-Neo?

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    1. Again, I suggest that Hon only needs to be asked to clarify this:

      "Rome has approved it – even the way we’re receiving Communion. That they receive the host standing and they can sit down and everybody who receives it and they eat together, as the Priest stands and says, “Behold the Lamb of God…” you know, the acclamation before and they receive it sitting down. Rome has given permission for that. And it’s somewhere I need to find out where exactly, but they told us that permission is given. "

      http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/12/apuron-even-way-were-receiving-communion.html

      You will see soon enough where his loyalties lie.

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  9. If only he was Honest, seeking what is just and doing the will of God, He would be loved by God's Church, no matter where he went. However he seems to be seeking only the approval of his boss, and the NCW sect, thereby compromising justice and truth. Its true the saying, One cannot get good fruits from a bad tree, and Hon's fruits are load and clear. Do not trust this imposter.

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  10. The saying goes "You can run but you can't hide" in the jungle in Guam. junglewatch will find you. Ouch!

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  11. Prayer Meeting for Unity (Take 2??)
    http://www.aganaarch.org/8903/invitation-from-the-apostolic-administrator/

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  12. Amen 3:02pm @ 6-28, Amen! Through the courtesy of the silent clergy and the complacent Catholic (not all are that way) the NCW succeeded in luring Apuron and his followers on the hill into joining the NCW to become card-carrying follow-the-neo-leader members. As a result Apuron and followers got “hooked on neo-ness” and so, the NCW swiftly and effortlessly took over local Church authority and power. The silent clergy stood by and watched the NCW pull and tug Apuron’s and every neo followers’ puppet strings every which way the NCW need to use them.

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