Sunday, June 12, 2016

NOOOOOO!


  1. On another note, has an audience been granted for the CCOG or LFM to meet with Archbishop Hon Tai Fai, or any other NON NEO representative?




    1. I'm glad you asked. There is NO need to meet with anybody. Nobody wants or needs to talk to Hon when he is flanked by Quitugua and Cristobal at a Vigil for Peace, the Decree against the CCOG has not been rescinded, Apuron speaks to us from the pages of the Umatuna, and Apuron's video message has NOT been publicly repudiated.

      NO MORE TALKING.
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    1. P.S. Hon MUST also publicly acknowledge the victims who have come forward, offer them a path to healing at the expense of the Church, AND publicly ask for others who are victims of clergy sex abuse to come forward!

    2. Are these people in Rome enjoying the spectacle of a crumbling Church as if we are a gladiatorial sport! WTH! Sending a flaccid administrator who clearly knew that his strategy will not work. Having "unity vigils" when he should be addressing the concerns of the people is not the right approach. Pope Paul VI famously said: "If you want peace, work for justice." So far no attempt to explore the justice part of the equation has been extended even paternally to victims of injustice. The administrator surrounds himself with the hated Cristobal and Quitugua posse as if to piss us off and echo the infamous words of Marie Antoinette, "Let them eat cake!" There WILL BE a revolution on our hands if this administrator applies stop-gap band-aid and does not assertively disinfect the deep gashes inflicted by Mr. Apuron and his NCW cronies. The guillotine of public judgment is already making its rounds as more complacency and inaction are perceived in this Vatican posting. Yes, people are watching around the world, and if the Vatican thinks they can simply sweep this "isolated island incident" under the proverbial rug, they are sorely mistaken. The people of Guam will not stand passive in this stalemate: we have our eyes wide open and our ears pricked up, attentive to the slightest hint of apuronic partiality that we have come to detest - and which we hope the new administrator will not make the mistake to exhibit.



7 comments:

  1. Tim is right. BASTA!!! We had high hopes initially but the first missteps relayed to us very clearly that we have to continue the intensity of our fight. What were we thinking???!!!??? Another expensive junket at our expense! The local people will have to deal with this mess ourselves. There is an end to our patience when all we get are promses and rhetoric for their bella figura.

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    1. - We Know We Are the True and One Catholic Church and in God's Time, We Will Succeed in Bringing Back Our TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC CHURCHES back to Guam! God is in the Plan but We, the People, NEED to Stand Up and Demand That Our Churches be Returned Back to the True Catholic Church!

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    2. Archbishop Krebs, come back.

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  2. Reminder: STOP THE MONEY!! Stop reciting the Jollibee litany concocted by the chancery!

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  3. NCW is a failed experiment at the whim of Apuron's previous administration. It is time we cut our losses and move on. As simple as that. Then we can truly honor the real heroes of our Church: our ancestors and the man'amko whose sweat, blood and tears laid down the foundation for the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. It is time to lay down a solid foundation for our young generation as our parents did for us, not to rely these fly-by-night operations of NCW. All these neos have done is to create barriers, division and suspicion, not to mention the mental and moral discombobulation of those who they lured and taken advantage of in their relentless greed.

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  4. So I came across this video and thought I'd share it because it answered my questions on the division in our church

    https://youtu.be/UaKaV91D8kc

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    1. Thank you for sharing....However, this only covers a small part for me: why a division even exits. The problems come about with how the sides are managed.
      I think the division on Guam has gotten this bad because our leader did not manage it well at the very beginning. There are NCWs in parishes on the mainland that do not take over because they are not allowed to. Our leader took sides and that is not what a good leader does when there is a division in the ranks. He does his best to mediate and prevent it from blowing up.
      Since Hon is now assigned as the new, albite temporary, leader-- he should know you certainly don't behave as if one side does not warrant your time and attention!

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