Tuesday, June 14, 2016

SO WHAT ABOUT PIUS

Anyone who knows anything about the cancer which has crippled this diocese can trace it to the arrival of the stray monk 20 years ago, Pius Sammut (aka Pius the Putrid).


Pius was Apuron's spiritual director these last 20 years. That should tell you something. But he was more than that. Pius was Apuron's director, period. This archdiocese, these last 20 years, has been at the mercy of this Da Vinci Code monk who co-opted Apuron's heart, mind, and soul (not that that was hard to do) and steered it towards his ends.



One day soon we'll lay out more of the doings of this evil monk, but perhaps his most devilish coup was installing himself as rector of RMS.

As you may recall, the rector of several years, Fr. Pablo Rodriguez, mysteriously disappeared a year or so ago and Pius immediately installed himself in his place.

It was a clever move because now neither Archbishop Hon nor any other bishop can get rid of him (though I know a legal way).

As already noted, RMS is a legal entity, a Guam corporation, separate from the Archdiocese of Agana. The Archbishop is only one vote on the Board of Directors and one vote on the Board of Guarantors. Both boards are stacked in Pius' favor, so there's no hope in him being voted out.

As nothing more than Apuron's spiritual director or even a part of the responsible team for the NCW on Guam, he would have been subject to the new Administrator. But as rector of RMS, he is not. Pius is the new "can't touch me."

Well done Pius. We'll get back to you.

11 comments:

  1. It was my understanding that non-diocesan Catholic entities are allowed to fulfill their charism in a given diocese at the discretion of the ordinary, e.g. a bishop could order out the Jesuits or invite Opus Dei. Why can't this be applied to RMS as an entity within the NCW? That, or simply stop funding it, period?

    Likewise, it seems that if Pius were no longer incardinated (is that the right word here?) in the Archdiocese and therefore had no faculties for the sacraments, then he'd pretty much be forced to leave. Or am I wrong here?

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    1. I'll explain in a bit. He's not incardinated here though.

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    2. Pius is not incardinated in Agana as far as I know. Incardination usually refers to diocesan priests, and Pius is not. Because he is probably still subject to his Carmelite superior, he could not be stripped of his faculties by the local bishop. However, the local bishop could forbid him to offer the sacraments in this diocese. But Pius doesn't care. He's not here to offer the sacraments. In fact, his neo theology is anti-sacrament. He's a neo. Nothing else matters.

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  2. I think poor Pablo would have to answer truthfully if Hon wasn't to question him. He has a green card. Maybe will just let it expire. Too bad those guys stepped ahead and got green cards the same time the Carmelite were applying. Priests trumped, they are gone. And the Carmelites, too. Good goin Putrid.

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    1. I know that Fr. Pablo wanted to return the property. Perhaps that is why he was removed. More likely though is that he left. Why? Because he couldn't stand the lies emanating from Pius, Genarini, and Apuron. God bless him.

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  3. Being driven by unknown kikobeard.

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  4. What could be the reason Putrid never drives a car??

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    1. He can't pass the driver's test. Besides, the idea of the mad monk behind the wheel scares the dickens out of me. It's bad enough his pal Rude-ee is driving on Guam's roads, especially from St. Anthony church to Jonestown.

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  5. It's time to bring out the classic Pius:

    "You have always obeyed us..." - listen to the lead Neocatechumenal catechist for Micronesia praise the members of "the Way" on Guam for their absolute obedience...
    A Turn of the Screw - listen to the lead Neocatechumenal catechist for Micronesia chide his senior leaders about their participation in a recent convivence, goading them with, "Stay home with your wife."
    See my post, "Poor Natasha" to hear an example of Sammut humiliating one of his responsibles.
    Pius's "Storm of Persecution" - listen to the lead Neocatechumenal catechist for Micronesia talk about the "persecution" that "fell" upon them in 2014
    Half-baked Priests for Asia - listen to the lead Neocatechumenal catechist for Micronesia talk about the plan of the Bishop of Murcia to ordain priests for China with only 5 years of training and without the benefit of a formal seminary.
    Why "the Way" will Fail in Asia-listen to the lead Neocatechumenal catechist for Micronesia talk about how "disobedient bishops" are the cause of problems of "the Way" in Japan...
    Sweet Marianas - Fr. Pius wrote a puff review of his own book and compares himself to St. Paul!
    Dear Archbishop Cordileone - the Neocatechumenal Way seems to shuffle priests with troubling pasts around the world...
    In his own words - Fr. Pius muses about his eternal destiny.
    God Demands Nothing!  - says Fr. Edwin "Pius" Sammut OCD, the lead Neocatechumenal Catechist for Guam.

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  6. Mr. White, I am curious to know how you were able to get these recordings? I must say, I am speechless. I've never heard a priest be so blunt, so straight forward. These meetings that they hold, was it open for the public?

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  7. once again kiko is lying but saying that the Pope called Japan Bishop not to ban the neo but disobey the POPE. Woo! here in Guam they continue to disobey the POPE regarding Communion and they keep saying they got approval yet how many years since aaa noted he will look for the document. Guess what, he aaa is still looking

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