Thursday, June 9, 2016

I DON'T KNOW...

...what Archbishop Hon is going to say or do at this meeting at 4pm. But I do know what Pius and The Waldo are going to do. They are going to try and crash it with as many Neo's that are warmed up to room temperature and breathing. Numbers, numbers, numbers, the fruits, the fruits, the fruits, etc., etc., etc...!

I am trusting that Archbishop Hon has had enough of that CRAP.


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  1. I don't see any of the neo priest unless they are not in view of camera...

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  2. He has to start somewhere, but let there be peace on earth isn't going to cut it. Note Neo presbyters in the front all assuming the Edivaldo crossed arm position in church! Body language fellas. The crossed arms means I'm not open to you Hon. Shove it. Ooohhh. Putrid not happy today. Glaring at innocent camera man. Yup, the Vatican has landed.

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  3. They surrounded the side benches and the back pews as well. And those "Mercy" shirts were their World Youth Day shirts. Stacked indeed.

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  4. Open collar clerical shirt in the front row?? Careful, Hon does clerical wear right.

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  5. Neos sucking up to the Apostolic Administrator is not going to cut it. How naive and ignorant these neo groupies are! They think they own the local Church already! How arrogant of these numbnuts!

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  6. Please get rid of this photo! What an ugly monkey that boy is. No redeeming quality, even fist pumps are not smoothly executed. What a joke of a presbyter! Spokesperson for the Archdiocese? Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!

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  7. If Archbishop Hon, is going to succeed in this public mission, and that is a big if, he will have to be strong, and very determined.He shall also earn our trust and confidence.

    What he has on his hands,is one of the worst situation in a Catholic Diocese, seen in recent times.

    His previous record as an apologist, and in a passive way, as a facilitator of the NCW, complicates his mission.

    Many faithful will scrutinize every move he makes, to make sure he does not do any sweeping under the rug, of the problems related to the NCW on this island, and as we know they are very numerous.

    We are talking liturgical abuse, imposition on the locals of non canonical practices, protection and hiding of pedophiles, money laundering, misappropriation of properties, illegal removal of local priests, public lying and diversion of the primary mission of the Church, and the impossibility for local vocations to study outside of the neo established seminary, just to name a few.

    His first order of business, should be a major cleanup of the chancery, and a decision on the needs to keep Pius the putrid on this island.

    Regarding the latest (which is a cornerstone of the problem) the information necessary regarding this cursed individual is available by reaching to the Nuncio in Malta, who has all the sordid details.
    The fact that this evil incarnate, is able to stand in Church with other priests, is in itself a scandal. It is no wonder that even his order wants to keep him away.

    Failing to clean up the chancery at this time, and to re-evalutate the situation of every priest on Guam, will lead to a mission failure. As is easily seen, the Neos will continue their policy of the body snatchers. Their total co-option of the chancery is at the core of most, if not all of the problems which have continued to increase to a crescendo until now.

    Another major issue, shall be the total clarity necessary regarding the Seminary, the property where it sits and the staff (or lack of), as well as the vetting of the candidates. There should be a thorough study of its real cost, the quality or not of its teaching, and the following of canonical rules. A determination of the logic to keep such a huge whale on our small island with our limited resources.

    Any attempt to try to force a unification of the faithful at this stage without first settling these huge issues, will end up also as mission fail.

    Of course there is still the 500lbs gorilla in the room, Apuron and his continued denials.... We know that if Pius stays, he will continue to push Apuron to the bitter end, which will make things very messy and painful for many of the victims of the failed Bishop.

    I think, it is not a stretch to say, than we all welcome Archbishop Hon, and wish him success in his stated and published goals. We all pray for his safe and successful stay on Guam, and we genuinely welcome him on island. We are all flattered that our cries for help have been partially heard, but we do not wish to be flattered more than necessary.

    At the same time I urge you all, to stay very vigilant and observe all the little details, and report them at once, so that Archbishop Hon can be successful for the good of our Church and its faithful.

    St Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle...











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    1. Frenchie, do you know whether the NCW operate another foundation (separate to the RMS) by which they fund themselves and their activities? In most Diocese where they are established, they set up separately incorporated foundations, often call Family of Nazareth, or something similar. Through that foundation they bank the proceeds of their collections and scrutinies, they fund Mission families, and travel for their catechists etc.

      Here's how they have set it up in Australia:
      http://www.acnc.gov.au/RN52B75Q?ID=AE636ED5-90DB-40A5-8723-6C3788BC7A67&noleft=1

      And here's a copy of last years financials:

      http://www.acnc.gov.au/Document?Seqn=231872&Ikey=AE636ED5-90DB-40A5-8723-6C3788BC7A67&Aseqn=863592

      Of course, on Guam, they had access to the Chancery, so it might be different. Still, it would be interesting to know. Check out the way the foundation is run too (see the Rules of teh Association). Another machiavellian masterwork.

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    2. While I am aware of some of these foundations off island, I do not know first hand of any such arrangements here on Guam.
      Actually Chuck or Tim might have more info on this particular subject for Guam

      I am still researching and studying some of the very intricate financial schemes the NCW has put in place in Europe and Israel, so far what I found out is pretty scary and amazing.
      I cannot comment any further, since I know some federal entities here in the States are very interested in many of these issues.

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    3. In USA they do this also as Family of Nazareth Inc, Catechumenium of Our Lady Inc, and Eucharistic Shrine Inc. All 3 are registered to the RMS Newark address and can be found elsewhere. Run across the Family of Nazareth often.

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    4. Thanks Frenchie, and my apologies I made an error when intending to link the financial statement of the foundation. That can be found here:

      http://www.acnc.gov.au/Document?Seqn=340057&Ikey=AE636ED5-90DB-40A5-8723-6C3788BC7A67&Aseqn=1402493&noleft=1

      Note the expenses, and the lack of detail on "deposits".

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  8. Tim, you were right, the jokers were all up in the front 2 rows!!!

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  9. Apuron and his boy toy spent at a minimum $5,000 each on their flights (Google the prices of guam to Rome!) and I'm sure at least $200 a night hotel in Rome so how much are we spending on his junket to Rome to lie to our people? He could of lied to us from the Cathedral here and saved us all that money.

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    1. Sorry anon at 9.00, but this is for coach fare, you know Anthony likes at least Business class. That would be double the price.
      As for Hotels in Rome, the prices you are mentioning are for pensions, Anthony likes Hyatt Regency, Shangri La and such.
      In Rome these Hotels starts at around $450.00 a night.

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  10. Joseph A. SantosJune 9, 2016 at 9:03 PM

    You were spot on Tim. The place was teeming with Neos. After Archbishop Krebs read the decree only the prohibited Catholics clapped. Gee, I wonder why?

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  11. No wonder I felt so uncomfotable. It was my first time seeing actual neos. I hardly recognized the people around me which just proved to show how seperated they are from the Church. It's no wonder the woman next to me was staring me down the whole time. Like I shouldn't be sitting around them. Heck like I knew! Even Pius was sitting in front of me with his hand over his face the whole time, as if he was asleep. Rude much, but I'm just guessing he was disappointed.

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    1. I felt the sa e way you did, 10:53 PM. So that was how neos behave outside their closed community: so joyless, so judgmental, so grim and so stern. What ever happened to their "invitation to joy" slogan? Or does that happen only in the context of folk guitars, riotous singing, wiccan-style dancing and worship with the table ( "altar" for the rest of us) laden with flowers. Or were they just thinking of the punishment to be meted out by emperor pius if they appeared pleased and enthusiastic with Arch Hon's presence?

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    2. This is one of the fruits of the neo presence. We have started to look with suspicion at each other. What before was trust, is now tinted with overwhelming malice. I hope that with the departure of the neo scourge we can once again learn to love, help and trust one another, as we have done especially during calamities. With the hidden neo agenda, we have been walking on eggshells, afraid and cautious lest we offend someone, or tentative lest we betray divisive allegiances.

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  12. Good luck. Pro-NeoCat Archbishop Hon was one of your Apostolic Visitors in 2015 and he did absolutely nothing. If Apuron is poised to expose any Curial perverts, you might be stuck with him.

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    1. How do you know "he did absolutely nothing"? Did you expect a personal email from him outlining what he was going to do?

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    2. AnonymousJune 10, 2016 at 2:24 AM - This is a different day and time. The first visit seemed to have not made any difference, according to your opinion and in agreement with the NEOs, but with the Whole World tuning in, something has to and will happen. Remember, "Real Human Beings" have stepped forward and made known their pain and suffering. You - well maybe not you - but people can see and hear the pain they have gone through. True emotions cannot be faked. My heart is hurting for them and I am glad that they are back home to face their demons. My True Catholic God Will Protect and Bless Them as they go through this trial.

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    3. Rome is closely watching how Archbishop Hon handles his mission here. It is also a make or break situation for him. I doubt he will sacrifice himself for the Kikos. The Neocats will try to win him over, that's for sure. We must keep our eyes and ears open as things unfold. We must remain vocal and oppose any development that undermines or sabotages our efforts to make things right in our archdiocese.

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