Wednesday, June 29, 2016


Pope Francis dumps two more bishops as house cleaning continues

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This is actually old news (July 2015). And before you get your hopes up, it is quite likely that neither of these bishops were personal friends with Kiko, as is Apuron. Thus, they were easy for the pope to get rid of. 

Apuron knew these accusations against him would one day come, and from the beginning he has always known that the Neocatechumenal Way was his only way out - which is why he took so good care of them. So far, it has proven to be true. 


  1. Joseph A. SantosJune 29, 2016 at 6:44 AM

    Bibi says only Rome can fix the bishop problem. Patience Monsignor maybe the courts can help.

    1. Amen and Kumbaya All The Way to the Courts!

  2. Their benevolent actions to have troubled priests, sheltered with Neo friendly bishops comes at a high price. The views at JW are exploding and many from other countries are now made aware of Kiko and his fake religion. Kiko, All good things must come to an end.

  3. News Flash! To the new mouthpiece of Tai Fai the Hon, Bibi D'YoYo. Rome will not remove Apurun the pedophile who has been granted immunity by Kiko's community that has influence over the Congregation of Evangelization of Peoples (CEP). And who does Rome send to defend Apurun,the Secretariat of the CEP, AB Savio Hon Tai Fai.
    A famous quote of the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen who used the power of the media to spread the Faith via his weekly show "Life is Worth Living":
    “Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action;
    rather it is "timing", it waits on the right time to act,
    for the right principles and in the right way.”
    ― Fulton J. Sheen
    Half a century later the internet has become the "media outlet" to spread and defend the Faith. Enter Jungle Watch & The Thoughtful Catholic.
    Fr. Bibi & AB Hon, Archbishop Sheen asked "Who will save the Church"? He said "Not the Bishops, Not the Priests. Not the religious. It will be the laity.
    Rome should be thanking the church militant for their service to the Church. Archbishop Hon should "bless and embrace the faithful, the militant, the abused" with the compassion of a Father for his children. He should rebuke and correct his fellow priest who have strayed from the faith. For those who have no remorse, he should remove their faculties and send them to a life of solitude and pennance that they may save their eternal souls.

    1. Very true, Bruce. We need patience and a LOT of it. Rome moves but it moves slowly.

      Case in point:


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