Saturday, June 11, 2016

THANK YOU, RICK NAUTA



And time to get our government involved. Here is the comment I left on a post by one of the Agat mayoral candidate's post:

Tim Rohr Kevin, may I recommend, that since Agat has recently been revealed as the place of so much horror and suffering that you have something to say about it. The church is silent - and even accusatory, let us hope our government will not be as well.

6 comments:

  1. Sumen magahet hao, Chelu!

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  2. There must have been a few men at the time who had moral certainty of the acts in question and had the power to keep his name off of the episcopal short list, or at least the means to inform the man who was then the Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Magnoni. But they didn't. Why?

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  3. Well, presumably Apuron's entire community would have heartd his confessions to these acts? Each of them would be morally culpable too if that were the case.

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  4. Weren't the Capuchins responsible for Tony at the point 40 years ago?? Sorry, but they have history in mainland for bungling abuse cases. Badly bungling.

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    1. Perhaps to some extent. But Tony was not acting in his capacity as a Capuchin. He was the pastor of a parish. That made him Flores' responsibility.

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  5. I hear skeletons in some of the clergy's closet rattling again.

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