Monday, June 13, 2016


After picketing in front of the Cathedral in the morning demanding the resignation of Archbishop Apuron, the Laity Forward Movement and supporters regrouped to send a message to the thieves who run the fake seminary called RMS, demonstrating at their annual "gala" (aka RIP-OFF). The two goons in the picture below disappeared when they saw that their picture was being taken. Click on the picture below to see more photos of the courageous laity. 



  1. The guy with the glasses is American Samoan. Not sure how he got here but I hope Bishop Quinn was not influenced to allow the Neos into American Samoa. He says his name is Kimo. Then again it could be an alias.

  2. This is a part of the intimidation tactics they engage in. This time they are not hiding while taking pictures. Usually they hide, take snaps and then send to the victim via text. It's classic harassment and some of it has been reported and documented by the GPD.

    The times they are caught and confronted, they claim "love and concern." Usually that is what stalkers familiar to a victim claim.

    With the protesters, it seems they decided to be seen - as an attempt to intimidate perhaps.

  3. Can't stop this gift from the Holy Spirit. NCW lives on in the lives of our hearts and through the work of Holy Spirit. Love one another, always. Biba!

    1. The Holy Spirit unites. Please recognize that your group caused this disunity in the church. Separating yourself has not been more obvious than having your "mass" at St. Anthony Church parish hall while the real mass is going on in the church. How can you turn a blind eye to that fact. The Holy Spirit unites. Love one another. You didn't even question why Fr. Paul was removed. You just accepted that he did something wrong. What is wrong with taking back a person who was reconciling with the Lord. I know, your defenition of reconciling with the Lord is reconciling with the Lord thru the NCW which lives in your hearts. As Tim would say. Goodbye. The Holy Spirit unites.

    2. FYI. The Catechism of the Catholic Church Lists the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit as follows:

      Wisdom: It is the capacity to love spiritual things more than material ones; it also means the want to understand God. It is the perfection of the theological virtue of faith;
      Understanding: In understanding, we comprehend how we need to live as followers of Christ. A person with understanding is not confused by the conflicting messages in our culture about the right way to live. The gift of understanding perfects a person's speculative reason in the apprehension of truth. It is the gift whereby self-evident principles are known;
      Counsel (right judgement): With the gift of counsel/right judgment, we know the difference between right and wrong, and we choose to do what is right. A person with right judgment avoids sin and lives out the values taught by Jesus. It is the perfection of the cardinal virtue of prudence;
      Fortitude (courage): With the gift of fortitude/courage, we overcome our fear and are willing to take risks as a follower of Jesus Christ. A person with courage is willing to stand up for what is right in the sight of God, even if it means accepting rejection, verbal abuse, or physical harm. The gift of courage allows people the firmness of mind that is required both in doing good and in enduring evil. It is the perfection of the cardinal virtue of the same name;
      Knowledge: With the gift of knowledge, we understand the meaning of God. The distinction between wisdom and knowledge is that wisdom gives the desire to know the things of God, whereas knowledge is the actual power by which such things are known. The gift of knowledge is more than an accumulation of facts, it also helps us to choose the right path through life;
      Piety (reverence): With the gift of piety/reverence, we have a deep sense of respect for God and the Church. A person with reverence recognizes our total reliance on God and comes before God with humility, trust, and love. According to St. Thomas Aquinas, it is the perfection of the virtue of religion.Piety is the gift whereby, at the Holy Spirit's instigation, we pay worship and duty to God as our Father, as Aquinas writes;
      Fear of the Lord (wonder and awe): With the gift of fear of the Lord/wonder and awe, we are aware of the glory and majesty of God. A person with wonder and awe knows that God is the perfection of all we desire: perfect knowledge, perfect goodness, perfect power, and perfect love. This gift is described by Aquinas as a fear of separating oneself from God. He describes the gift as a "filial fear," like a child's fear of offending his father, rather than a "servile fear," that is, a fear of punishment. Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. It is the perfection of the theological virtue of hope.
      The sacrament of Confirmation, which Catholics receive a special outpouring of the Holy Spirit, gives access to the above gifts

      The idea that the NCW is a gift from the Holy Spirit comes from Kiko, not from Church doctrine. Who the hell Kiko thinks he is?

    3. Where is the love, trust and unity in this: if you are a neo you can't do anything wrong, but if you are not a neo you cannot do anything right... too much double standard to be from the Holy Spirit. Spn2