Saturday, June 4, 2016


ADRIAN CRISTOBAL: " his official capacity as the former Archdiocesan Financial Officer, Mr. Martinez, unbeknownst to the Archbishop, failed for six consecutive years to submit the required annual financial reports to the proper authorities at the Vatican." 

TIM ROHR: It is the the responsibility of the diocesan finance officer to submit financial reports directly to the Ordinary (the diocesan bishop), NOT the Vatican. The finance officer had no authority to submit such a report to "authorities at the Vatican." He can only submit the report to the bishop who then submits the report to "authorities at the Vatican." 

Thus, the Apostolic Delegate wrote Apuron on June 15, 2011:
…since I have been here, I have never received a financial report from the Archdiocese of Agana. Therefore, I request a copy of at least the most recent financial report that was made. If there is none, please have a report prepared for the last fiscal year. - Archbishop Charles D. Balvo, Apostolic Delegate. 
Archbishop Balvo was appointed Delegate to our Region in 2005, one year before Steve Martinez was appointed the archdiocesan finance officer. But the really damning evidence that Adrian Cristobal is a LIAR (as if we need another one) is Balvo's letter to Apuron of March 7, 2012 wherein he writes:
With my letter of August 21, 2007, I brought this fact to the attention of the Ordinaries of both the New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference and of the Episcopal Conference of the Pacific (CEPAC). I am attaching a copy of that letter and of the norms to be followed in preparing the financial statement. I noted that, as of that time, I had not received such a statement from the Archdiocese of Agana. 
We see here that Apuron had received a personal reminder from the Apostolic Delegate in 2007 regarding the "norms to be followed in preparing the financial statement." Yet, in 2011 and again in 2012, Balvo admonishes Apuron that he has NEVER received a financial statement from him. 

The Apostolic Delegate did not write Steve Martinez. The Apostolic Delegate wrote Archbishop Apuron, in 2007, 2011, and 2012, telling him to prepare and submit the required financial report. Apuron did NOT submit the report. In fact Apuron NEVER submitted ANY report. 

And why did Apuron NOT do this? It would have been very simple for him to request his finance officer to prepare the report for Apuron to submit (since only he can submit it). But he did not. Why not? Could it be that Apuron did not want the Vatican to see what he was doing with our money and theirs?

The next part of the Apostolic Delegate's letter tells us that it was also "their" money ("subsidies granted") they wanted an accounting of. 
Last year, with my letter of June 15, I sent you a copy of the circular letter from the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples regarding certain rules that govern both the subsidies granted by the Pontifical Mission Societies and diocesan finances in general. A copy is attached. Once again, I noted that I had not received a financial statement from the Archdiocese of Agana. 
As early as 2007 Apuron received a direct reminder from the Apostolic Delegate to submit a financial report, yet Apuron did not, did not, did not. And now The Adrian wants us to believe that it was Steve Martinez who was "incompetent." 

It's a LIE. Adrian knows it's a LIE. Adrian's whole life is a LIE. And now Steve Martinez can sue him too. LOL. Adrian. You are the joke everyone has always known you to be. Thanks for the proof. 


  1. Unbeknowst. Unbeknowst-able.

  2. But May, aka "the KAKA filled Dungbat" begs to differ on her new blog...

    In the jungle, a commenter asked Tim Rohr about Father Adrian's accusation regarding as to whether Deacon Martinez failed to submit the financial reports to the Vatican for six years while he was the Archdiocesan Financial Officer. According to Rohr's response:
    TimJune 4, 2016 at 7:04 AM
    It was not his job to do so. It was the archbishop's. I'll have more later and documentation to prove this.
    This comment from Tim Rohr is incorrect. It is not the job of the Archbishop to submit financial documents to the Vatican. According to Canon law 1283 and 1284, which specifies the duties of the Financial Officer or Administrator (the bold is mine):
    Can. 1283 Before administrators undertake their duties:
    1° they must take an oath, in the presence of the Ordinary or his delegate, that they will well and truly perform their office;
    2° they are to draw up a clear and accurate inventory, to be signed by themselves, of all immovable goods, of those movable goods which are precious or of a high cultural value, and of all other goods, with a description and an estimate of their value; when this has been compiled, it is to be certified as correct;
    3° one copy of this inventory is to be kept in the administration office and another in the curial archive; any change which takes place in the property is to be noted on both copies.
    Can. 1284 §1 All administrators are to perform their duties with the diligence of a good householder.

    Diana at 8:34 AM

    1. IConsidering what continues to be transpired, we all could use a good laugh from May the Google expert.

    2. The dungbat said and I quote "All administrators are to perform their duties with the diligence of a good householder". The archbishop is the boss and it is evident that he has not done his due diligence as a manager. The buck stops with the archbishop. The real question is "what did the archbishop do with all of the money"? We've been asking him to be transparent about the finances but got nothing from the archdiocese but pointing fingers and blaming others when he is the one responsible for submitting the financial reports to the Vatican.

  3. Catholic schools were asked every year to donate to the Pontifical Mission societies.

  4. An inconvenient paper trail . . .

  5. DianaJune 4, 2016 at 1:42 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 11:49 am,

    Canon law says that a Bishop can ENTRUST someone to be a financial officer to oversee the finances. And Canon law gave the Financial Officer certain duties he is supposed to carry out. If the Financial Officer failed to do his duties, the Bishop can and should relieve him and appoint someone else. The mistake of Archbishop Apuron is that he entrusted the wrong people.

  6. Perhaps Dunce-ana/May needs to put on her dunce cap so we all would understand and sympathize why she speaks and writes as she does.

  7. - Diana/May - You are wrong in saying that Brother Tony "entrusted the wrong people". He picked the ones he did so that they can take the blame for Every Wrong Thing that Brother Tony has done so far. Notice that when something wrong is brought out into the light, Brother Tony or his fellow Cult Members blames someone else. Unfortunately those he thought he had under his control are coming forward with the "Truth"!

  8. Was the Immaculate Heart of Mary fiesta in Toto cancelled too? I went there and there was no celebration

    1. No, it was not cancelled. The celebration was postponed until June 18th.

    2. That's funny. Why was that date note in this Sunday's Umatuna? Just decided it? Archie back? Don't count on it. LOL

    3. Great, on the 18th, I can attend.....ummh