Sunday, June 12, 2016

HON: "IN TWO WEEKS THIS WILL DIE DOWN"

Today, Walter Denton was shunned by Archbishop Hon. Go here for the pictures and the video. Here is Walter's account. However, it didn't stop with shunning Walter. Apparently Hon thinks he's going to shut us down. 

WALTER: Shirley and I went to protest with The laity group.  The Bishop stood outside and said a few a words to the protesters. I was standing to the right of him and I told his assistant the priest that I wanted to meet him but he made no effort. I told him I was one of the Victims. They turned around and went into the church. We decided to go into attend the mass with archbishop Han. He started out saying there are protesters outside. We pray and hopefully in two weeks this will die down. After he said that I told my wife lets get out of here. I don't want to be here.

Go here for the PDN's photo gallery of today's demonstration.
KUAM: Concerned Catholics Protest Outside Cathedral

23 comments:

  1. Who was that priest? Couldn't he go directly to Archbishop Hon and ask him directly in front of everyone? However I'm incredibly upset!! Two weeks?! Did he really mean that?? Or did he mean in two weeks it will die down because the bishop will be permanently replaced? Time to bring out my new posters!! ­čśá

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  2. I completely sympathize with Walter, I truly do, but I don't think the "assistant the priest" speaks english. I know, poor excuse - but maybe, just maybe the priest didn't know what Walter was saying.

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    1. A priest with a last name of Nowak not understand English? I highly doubt that.

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    2. He speaks impeccable English.

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  3. Maybe Archbishop Hon means in two weeks, Apuron will be laicized, Adrian and David removed, Bibi and Marian removed, Tenorio and Claros removed, Pius and Edivaldo removed and all laicized and assigned to deepest darkest Africa, RMS returned, NCW culled and removed from our shore, Sexual abuse issue being resolved, Etc? All in two weeks? There will be many many happy people!

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    1. In two weeks, a sasquatch will be found, as well as unicorns grazing blissfully under the surface of the earth. There will be a cure for cancer and an antidote to aging will be discovered. A pink cloud to herald lasting world peace will appear and everyone will be holding hands to the jingle of Coca Cola - Louis Armstrong will maka a cameo appearance to render, "It's a Wonderful World," along with Walt Disney's "It's a Small World After All."

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    2. Wishful thinking.

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    3. AnonymousJune 12, 2016 at 6:55 PM - From Your Mouth to God's Ears! Let's by-pass Rome! No Real Help There! And, YES, We Will Be Very Happy People - Happy True Catholic People!

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  4. Wow. What a put down by Hon.

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  5. In two weeks this will get louder Apostolic Administrator!

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    1. Joseph, it will NECESSARILY get louder.

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  6. I can interpret Hon's comments either way. Apuron will be history in two weeks or CCOG will lose interest in two weeks. Apuron may be laicized in two weeks but there are still victims to be made whole. A couple of priests have to be returned to their parishes, and Church land in Yona has to be returned. Trust me, CCOG is not going away in two weeks. Our get-togethers are just starting to get fun.

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  7. What imbeciles do they have at the Vatican, clueless to the realities of ordinary human life! You would think that they would have wisened up in light of extensive experience with clergy sex abuse, but NO! They send an impossibly impotent administrator who does not gave the grace, the sense and the articulation to incisively deal with an extremely volatile situation! Au contraire, mes amis, he snuggles with the very people who have caused the troubles on Guam, and ignores the critical issue of the day. If he came here to address the abuse, then the steps enumerated by Tim makes perfect sense! How elementary this is, dear Watson! In just a few days Archbishop Hon has alienated the people he meant to reach out towards at the behest of Pope Francis. Total dereliction of duty! Let's see how he can weasel hinself out of this faux pas! WTH!

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  8. Right! In 2 weeks, another child will be molested by Tony!
    Archbishop Hon: To my dear people of Guam, our RMS seminarians need more young boys for their PE-101 lab. They must be in the age of 9-13. See Adrian for more information. The Vatican approved this announcement.

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  9. 2 weeks and I will be louder than ever.

    -Rosa Santos from Yona

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  10. Walter and Shirley...we will not give up. Thank you for your courage and strength. May God Bless you. We will continue to pray for you, your family and the other victims. Thank you.

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  11. BTW folks.....Do Not Be Afraid. Let's start placing names and identifying ourselves instead of Anonymous. I also understand some folks reluctance to identify themselves but ask yourselves, "Are not our souls important enough?" Your identifying yourselves might help those other "victims" stand forward.

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  12. When I was told that Archbishop Hon invited the protestors to mass, my wife and I attended. I struggled trying to understand clearly the homily because of the reverberation in the Cathedral. Archbishop Hon acknowledged the people outside (the protestors) at the start of his homily. Which was refreshing. His coming out to talk with the protestors earlier was also refreshing. I didn't hear clearly the two weeks but he did say there will be no more protestors outside. I took it as being hopeful that the protestors will stop protesting because there will be no more reason to protest. That is how I understood it.
    My wife and I were the only ones wearing the Kotoliku tshirt in church. We were chosen to bring the offering to the altar. My wife hesitated a bit because we were dressed to protest. I mean. She was in slippers. But I felt we were chosen because of what we represented. I guess the one who chose us felt wearing a Kotoliku tshirt was being dressed properly. God bless us all.

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  13. It don't sound good. I hope he means "In 2 weeks, the protest will END". "...die down" refers more towards loosing interest. Since he gave a timeline...I'll wait and watch. If nothing happens to help our victims and people, then I'll come out in full force.

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  14. Is Archbishop Hon following the way his culture takes care of business?
    http://www.worldbusinessculture.com/Chinese-Business-Negotiation.html

    Tips from Chinese Business Culture:

    It can take several, very long meetings before any tangible progress is made. Patience is essential if you wish to capitalise on the situation.

    Do not be too direct. Strive for diplomacy, consensus and harmony. Remember that this takes time to achieve.

    Do not assume comprehension. It is often useful to go over the same point several times from different angles in order to aid comprehension.

    It is difficult for the Chinese to say 'no' directly. Anything other than a direct 'yes' could mean 'no'. Be circumspect and reflect on seeming agreements reached. Has an agreement actually been reached?

    It is difficult to read body language as, by western standards, it is somewhat muted in China. Be very alive to any changes of posture, animation etc.

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  15. In my opinion, Rome is thinking that we are "Uneducated Boonie Natives" on the remote Island of Guam and we are going to KUMBAYA our way to "Unity", according to Acting Archbishop Hon! NOT! We are Very Well Educated Boonie Natives on Guam and We Will Fight with the Truth All The Way!

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  16. I pray for the victims and their families. I would love to protest and stand up for my Catholic Religious beliefs.

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