Wednesday, June 15, 2016

NOW - ANOTHER APURON VICTIM. HOW MANY MORE? HOW MANY MORE?

ARCHBISHOP HON, ARE YOU WATCHING????

OR GO TO KUAM FACEBOOK PAGE


Once again the Cathedral office door is LOCKED!

Attorney David Lujan is taking Roland's statement to the Chancery. So Archbishop Hon, you will get it in your hand.

FROM KUAM: Roland Sondia of Agat alleges he was sexually molested by Archbishop Anthony Apuron. The alleged incident occurred when Sondia was an altar boy at Mt. Carmel Church in Agat where Apuron was a priest at the time. In the summer of 1977, Sondia said he along with other altar boys were spending the night at the Mt. Carmel Rectory. He alleges Fr. Tony (Apuron) walked in, tapped him to wake him up and told him he needed help. He said he brought him into his bedroom and asked him if he wanted to try him. Sondia alleges Fr. Tony then began squeezing his penis. Sondia said he was in shock and asked him what is he doing and left.

KUAM News In the summer of 1977, Sondia said he along with other altar boys were spending the night at the Mt. Carmel Rectory. He alleges Fr. Tony (Apuron) walked in, tapped him to wake him up and told him he needed help. He said he brought him into his bedroom and asked him if he wanted to try him. Sondia alleges Fr. Tony then began squeezing his penis. Sondia said he was in shock and asked him what is he doing and left.

KUAM News Roland Sondia of Agat alleges he was sexually molested by Archbishop Anthony Apuron. The alleged incident occurred when Sondia was an altar boy at Mt. Carmel Church in Agat where Apuron was a priest at the time.

26 comments:

  1. Fixing the problem? No vid!!!

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    1. Go to KUAM facebook page if you can't see.

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    2. Thanks. Praying for all victims at the same time

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    3. LMAO! Can they all come out the same time? Is raining men.

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    4. I guess both front and back door of the Chancery were locked and no one inside wanted to open the door to received signed statement by Roland, aaa 4th victims.

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    5. ANON@10:45am, "Hallelujah"

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  2. Oh poor Roland. I know him such a genuinely nice man. God bless him !

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  3. APURON RESIGN NOW!!!!!!!!! HON IF APURON WON'T RESIGN THEN REMOVE HIM OR CALL THE VATICAN NOW. I AM SO ANGRY

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  4. Archbishop Hom Tai Fai......you're waiting for??????? Take your directive from Pope Francis. NO MORE OF THIS. There ARE PEOPLE HURTING!!!

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  5. I SWEAR I AM SO MAD RIGHT NOW.

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  6. Vatican's doctrinal congregation calls on bishops, lay movements to respect each other
    Joshua J. McElwee | Jun. 14, 2016

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    VATICAN CITY The Vatican office responsible for overseeing the doctrine of the global Catholic church has issued its first major document since the March 2013 election of Pope Francis, reflecting on the relationship between the church's bishops and so-called "charismatic movements" that emphasize new styles of evangelization or wider Catholic life.
    In the letter Iuvenescit Ecclesia ("The Church Rejuvenates"), the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith says the prelates and the new groups have specific obligations to one another and should above all recognize each other as "co-essential" to the life of the global Catholic community.

    The bishops, the letter states, must respect "the particularity of individual charismatic groups, avoiding juridical straitjackets that deaden the novelty which is born from the specific experience."

    The groups, it says, must respect "the fundamental ecclesial regimen" by inserting themselves into the life of their local church communities and must avoid "any danger that the charismatic entities might be considered in some way as running parallel to the ecclesial life."

    The new Vatican document, released Tuesday, is addressed specifically to what it calls "more recent realities that can be described as groups of the faithful, ecclesial movements, and new communities."
    Such groups, which can sometimes take on characteristics similar to religious orders but do not normally include the taking of vows, usually involve lay Catholics who gather together for specific purposes or interests.

    Some examples include the Focolare Movement, an Italian-founded international organization that promotes universal friendship; the Neocatechumenal Way, a Spanish-founded group that provides post-baptismal formation to adults; and Regnum Christi, a lay movement associated with the Legion of Christ, the religious order founded by the disgraced Mexican sexual abuser Marcial Maciel.

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  7. Archbishop Hon, what are you waiting for?

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  8. Stick to your hours of operation! Act right. Not like your bosses. Hiding behind locked doors!

    Apuron's favorite phrases:

    "No one can get me"
    "Just try me"
    "Me, me, me!"


    Ai adai si "Auntie Tona" straight from his family's mouth!

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  9. Roland, thank you for your courage and speaking out. May God bless you and your family and help you heal and find peace. May your courage help other victims speak out and seek healing.

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  10. Taotao Hagat, na fan metgot hamyu ya ta contra i tailaye na atchobispo ni a na fan daño i lalahita. Mampos ti ha respeta hamyo yan I guma Yo'us. Ta demanda na u malaknos go posicionña yan I puma'leña. Man matatnga hamyo desde ha'gas, ya esta matu i tiempo para ta fannohge. Ti ta fan silencio mas!

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    1. It's no wonder Tun Enrique Reyes (a long time church assistant in Agat) requested to ensure that Archbishop Apuron NOT be the presider at his funeral. He must have known that Apuron was an evil man.

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  11. Once again the door is locked?? You blew it Hon. Big time. This one is on you. It may as well have been your hand that locked it. Bock stops with you , Hon.

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  12. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJune 15, 2016 at 11:52 AM

    Apostolic Administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai has been on island for one week and has been conspicuously SILENT in addressing the victims of sexual abuse by Anthony Sablan Apuron which raises the question — in light of Rome's (supposed) ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY regarding sexual abuse — that is part of the title of this post: How Many More? HOW MANY MORE?

    Archbishop Hon asks us for patience while publicly romping with Apuron minions Adrian and David and TURNING HIS BACK TO WALTER DENTON all the while promoting his mantra of serenity … unity … harmony.

    Archbishop Hon came to Guam with his eyes wide open regarding the problems in this archdiocese, having been the Head Visitator in January 2015. He has had 18 months to develop the outline of an Action Plan as to the ADMINISTRATION of this archdiocese. Granted, the allegations of sexual abuse may have caused a "wrinkle" in his preliminary Action Plan BUT Pope Francis has been clear that "… priority must not be given to any other kind of concern" than that of SEX ABUSE.

    It is time for Archbishop Hon to put aside his outline and be OBEDIENT to the Pope — GIVE PRIORITY to the Sexual Abuse Victims of Anthony Apuron!!

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  13. Has the media asked Savio to comment re all allegations?

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  14. Just wondering if the Chancery on the hill is open or closed/locked when david lujan and company make an appearance. Is there a current ban if the group shows up at the Chancery, is this why they decide to go to the Patoral office? Either way they will speak out, just wondering. Prayers to all victims, as more will probably come out in the future, it does paint a clear picture as to what is going on and Archbishop Hon and Bishop Novak are hopefully noticing/watching all this unfold!

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  15. Archbishop Han is far too busy going to social events than to be concerned by sexual abuse charges. Why is he here?

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  16. Roland, your da man.

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  17. The Vatican professes a Zero Tolerance on Sex Abuse. Archbishop Hon has shown he has Zero Interest in Sex Abuse victims. Prove me wrong,
    Archbishop Hon!

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  18. Another SAD day for the people of Guam. As I watched my good friend...my brother Roland share his story....I literally cried! Roland is a good man... humble and passive... strong in his faith... has a big heart... and comes from a family with those same attributes. His many years of pain and suffering is unforgivable. We must all stand by the victims and continue to demand for attention to this matter! Love and prayers for ALL the victims and their families.

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  19. F. Leon GuerreroJune 15, 2016 at 3:20 PM

    Roland and family, thank you for bravely coming forth and making your statement to the Catholic community of Guam, the media and your abuser. I am so sorry that you endured the years of pain that you must have suffered because of what this pedophilic and egotistical priest did to you. I am also upset that they didn't even acknowledge you by at least opening the door and receiving your statement/petition. I pray for you and your family to receive the healing blanket of prayers, love, comfort and support that the island Catholic community has given the other victims/survivors of these crimes perpetrated on you by the accused. May the Holy Spirit guide us all in our actions and words.

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  20. Our prayers are with Roland Sondia, a Camp Roxas descendant, and his family.

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