Saturday, July 30, 2016

AI ADAI PALE PAUL

Posted by Webster.

Pale Paul seems so enamored with Hon now that he has Hon stroking the back of his head like a little puppy. I guess Pale Paul FEELS THE LOVE! SMH.

Well Pale. I am happy for you now that you are back in the good graces of his excellency.
But I can't helped but smell the stench of self-righteousness now that you have been appeased, forgetting that what love has been given to you has not been offered to many others, especially the victims who have been raped, sodomized, and sexually abused. If Hon is indeed sincere in his desire to reach out to the victims, why would such a man ignore Walter Denton a mere 10 feet away or less on the steps of the Cathedral, even after Walter walked forward and reached out to get their attention? And if he indeed inadvertently missed Walter's presence, which I doubt since Fr. Ted spoke to Walter, why didn't Hon make an attempt to call him after mass? Why did it take Hon seven weeks to acknowledge the victims in public? The lawsuit maybe? LOL. I mean, on his first public appearance at St. Anthony, he asked the faithful to pray for Apuron but no mention of the victims. He was more concerned of a fellow archbishop and his status than the welfare of the victims. He could have easily included both in his prayers but he didn't. Why?

Respect is earned. Hon hasn't earned it, and no amount of patience can offset that. If Hon is to be respected, then Hon has to stop making excuses, talk straight, and take immediate, appropriate, and significant actions to clean up the mess in Guam. Here's one way: Hon simply cannot say he has no authority to investigate Apuron, only Rome can, and leave it at that. He says he is only a messenger. If that is the case(and I doubt highly that he is only a messenger) then as the messenger, he should immediately connect Attorney David Lujan with the official who is in charge of the investigation and prosecution of Apuron in Rome. He cannot say he is ignorant of what is happening in Rome. For goodness sakes,  he was personally sent by the Pope so he has some connections! As the Pope's personal representative, he wields enormous power in Rome. Saying otherwise is just plain old bulls#*#.

Your good to go Pale Paul. Please pass this message on to your buddy Hon.


10 comments:

  1. fr. paul, your acting as you were in high school, being invited by the cool kid don't make you cool, like back then you will end up by yourself again...

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  2. Webster, thank You for your insights, Never mind the connections, Hon is Rome in Guam, 1. As Rome's representative, he should be in contact with the victims, to get as much information on the accusations of sex abuse that is brought a Bishop. How the hell is Pope Francis suppose to investigate or make a decision unless he came here himself, but it makes perfect sense for Hon to take on this task, if he really wants to. He indicated clearly that he did not want to confront the victimms until he was served legal papers. 2. He dodges the question as to the where abouts of Apuron, I am willing to bet you that he knows exactly where Apuron is at. As Apostolic administrator, he should be corresponding with this fellow bishop. Since Hon wants to play hard ball, I say, pursue the lawsuits against these church leaders, we are done playing their foolish games.

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    1. Webster is indeed insightful.

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  3. Please don't lose sight of our faith... Let's all try to understand, have compassion, and most of all pray that we all come together as One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. Enough of this bickering and let's try to bring peace and unity in our community. Let's move forward and try to bring justice, without trying to put everyone else down. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

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    1. "Enough is enough"? Has somebody lost sight of their faith?

      For decades nobody has publicly confronted this evil. And public confrontation of evil is not for the faint of heart. No, not enough! Not enough has been done yet. There are still sheep, mauled by a terrible wolf and suffering alone, that have yet to be brought out of the brambles in the far edge of pasture.

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    2. Really, Eileen? You were at the forefront of this "bickering" when your brother was first mistreated. But now that he has what he wants - which did not even include an apology to the Lastimoza's - everyone is supposed to go away? Even though Apuron's injustice against everyone else still stand stands?

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    3. Many of us in this fight believe that what we are undergoing in Guam is a spiritual battle for OUR SOULS! It is not about persons or personalities. It is much BIGGER than any one of us. If you, and especially our priests, do not know that, then either learn what the evil is that is permeating to the rafters, or get out of the way of the battle if you do not care. The Church needs to be purged and those who don't believe must not impede. St. Michael, defend us in battle!

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  4. Unity impossible.
    Victims known suffer.
    Silent unknown victims continue to work through their suffering to come forward.

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  5. It is natural to defend your brother Eileen, but your brother chose to defend himself publicly on Facebook from what he felt was unjust criticism of the clergy's failure to "reach out" to the victim's of Apurun's atrocities.

    "Target equals Priest" was written to memorialize Apurun's tyrannical treatment of the clergy. Next time you meet with your brother ask him stop mimicking Hon's calls for unity and peace and man up! The elephant in the room is the heretical cult disguised as Catholic.

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  6. Unity peace will be restored when the grave injustics of Apuron are amended.Apuron must go. Victims must be given justice.

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