Thursday, June 9, 2016

IT'S ON LIVE STREAM FROM KUAM

HERE

Neo's stacking the front row:


Archbishop Krebs just read the DECREE. The Holy Father has given Archbishop Hon "all faculties for the governance of the diocese WITHOUT EXCEPTION."

Given on D-DAY (June 6, 2016). The Vatican has landed.

31 comments:

  1. It appears that Archbishop Hon is only addressing the divisions in the church. He made no mention about the abuse allegations. Swept under the rug again.

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  2. He just said I would like to pray for our beloved Archbishop Apuron. He did not even mention the abused during the prayers of intention!!! WTF!!!!!

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    1. Trust me. Things are under control. Hon is not here to investigate. A decision was made to "fix" this diocese before the first victim came out. And Hon, because of how we arranged things, may not have even known about the victims. Of course he's aware now, but he does not want to give the impression that he here to do what Apuron said he's here to do. So look. Just trust me on this. I'll explain more later. I'M NOT DONE.

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    2. Thank you Tim for keeping everyone informed

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    3. They need to replace Adrian, OJ and David! First and send Pius Packing, he's another useless joker who has only caused problems and division here too.

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  3. Julio, Julio, Julio, not a humble respectful pose. Watch out.

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  4. Is the look on their faces before or after the Decree was read?

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  5. Glad to see our Capuchins were visible as well.

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  6. Patience . . . it's difficult knowing that they are at the root of the issue. Day 2.

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  7. Attention, I'm here to exterminate all vermim know as kikorats and their leader!

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    1. Go fuck yourself Anon 5:28PM

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    2. Haha...you can't handle the truth!

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    3. Watch your mouth, gorilla! Archbishop Hon Tai Fai may not be a great lover of your command of the English language!

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  8. Of course, it's a conspiracy.

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  9. Endearing, Hon. Archbishop Anthony? Neo talk. Buzzer.

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  10. What a puke-able sight to see all these presbyters pretend they are Catholic like evil shape shifters to fit the occasion.

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  11. When Archbishop Savio mentioned something about changing posts around I can only imagine Adrian sh*tting his pants. No more chancellor for you buddy. There's a new sheriff in town, and that crozier isn't just for show. He's packing a PUNCH!

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    1. Most likely Father Nowak, will assume the duties of Chancellor, and other posts will be reassigned. I would also suggest they sweep the offices for hidden mics.

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    2. Adrian Shit, peed and farted. He knows that he was actively involved in orchestrating the hate and discontent and disorder in the Archdiocese, not to mention introducing the evil NCW to Apuron. Weakling David basically as guilty, in fact an accomplice of Apuron in giving away the assets of the Archdiocese, Hon should just fire his ass.

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  12. Neos look like death warmed up.

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    1. Apuron's goose is basically cooked, but the neos will try to hang on with tooth and nails.
      It is not going to be that easy anon at 7.54
      On the other hand, Hon's actions are going to really define his will to really fix the diocese.
      I will remain cautious till the end.

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    2. Yes Frenchie I know what you mean.

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  13. Thank God AAA is out! Praise the Lord, Out Out Out! Bad Bad Bad AAA. Our prayers have been answered! Rejoice rejoice rejoice!

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  14. Now. through Archbishop Hon, we will find out if the Archdiocese of Agana still owns the Yona property aka RMS seminary. Hopefully, he will also return Fr. Paul and Msgr. James to their previous parishes. These three issues are the major issues which have divided the Church on Guam. As for the Neos having free rein over the resources and facilities of the Archdiocese, that stops, now that there's a new sheriff in town. (All this is based on the hope and prayer that Archbishop Hon will sincerely carry out the Pope's mandate. Personally, I have some reservations, though without basis, at this time. However, Hon's positive actions on these three issues will do a lot to erase my doubts).

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  15. I hope that other victims of assbishop asspuron will still come out publicly and accuse assbishop asspuron, even though Archbishop Hon has taken over. (Attorney David Lujan said he is working with at least three more).

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    1. In my book, 3 is enough for a long lifetime. But let Hon experience it. Give him a chance to recover from jet lag. Then let's see.

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    2. Just saw political ad with President Clinton deny, deny, deny, we could have a collage of Still Archbishop Apmoron denying away. CALUMNIOUS!

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  16. Return Land, Restore Priests, Remove Archbishop. Those have been our objectives from the beginning. One down, two more to go. My picket sign is ready and I am making more. Like the other "prohibited society" members, I'll wait and see what Archbishop Hon is able to do. However, having been associated with the Church all my life and with priests being among my best friends, I'm cautious. It's so true that birds of a feather flock together and protect one another.

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    1. Yes - Gerald Taitano - We have to be very cautious. Once Burned - Twice Learned. We need to get the "True Catholic" Brothers and Sisters on the same page. No speculating on how and why and why not. Listen with open hearts and clear minds because the Whole World is listening to our statements. No Longer Silent on our Beautiful Island of Guam!

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  17. While I would love nothing more than to give an unconditional optimism that Archbishop Hon Tai Fai will cure ALL our ills, I remain cautiously OPTMISTIC that he will indeed be guided and used by the Holy Spirit as an instrument in bringing about peace, harmony and unity within our Catholic Church. The issue of Apuron is just one issue (though a huge one) that has been keeping our Church divided.

    Archbishop Hon Tai Fai certainly has a monumental task ahead of him in uniting the Sheepfold of Christ in our archdiocese, and my prayers will constantly go out to him for that intention. In the meantime, I offer this prayer for our people to meditate upon:

    "If my people, who are called by My name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek My Face, and turn from their wicked ways -- then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sins - AND WILL HEAL THEIR LAND". (2 Chronicles 7:14)

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  18. Archbishop Hon is no dummy. He knows that if he botches this one up, his six is on the line as per new mandate from Rome.

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