Good point, Tim! Why don't the Rector of the Agana Cathedral and he Pastor of San Vicente/San Roke Church turn in their courtesy resignations to those positions as well? Exempt? Resignations turned down? Carry on as usual? Hmmmm!
i love it! If Quitugua and Cristobal were doing their jobs properly, they'd still be there yes?these two openly lean towards anything NCW. Take aspiring Diocesan seminarian Aaron-why was he denied off-island sponsorship even if he offered to pay for his own formation. ridiculous. looking forward to the changes. BTW- NCW's were instructed to remove all their property from the parishes last weekend.
Does this include those inappropriate pictures within the San Vicente Church?
Word is that San Vicente Church paid thousands of dollars for the Kiko art backdrop.
I believe money raised for the benefit of a rectory was misappropriated instead by NEO pastor ARS to remodel church and decorate with Kiko art work. No accounting ever published. It was fraud plain and painful.
I truly believe that the reassignment of NON-neo priests to be pastors will promote unity.
The Cathedral is the bastion, the fortress, of the neo-kiko way. they have taken it over to make it their Guam flagship.Some may disagree, pointing to the horrific and ugly kiko art on the backdrop of the Barrigada sanctuary. But the Cathedral is the prize. It can be a glorious place to go to, if Tony and David are fully removed. Than maybe someone can help poor Fr Mike J.
Sorry, but Father Mike Jucatan is also a joke of a priest. Anyone can see that.
Innocent character who simply never should have been ordained! Tony, don't you agree? Thought you would.
The bastion that needs water blasting and paint, Lurch. Btw fix that streaming...we know you are just hiding from us. Turn it on Hon.
yeah, soon the museum will be back???
Museum? Doubt it.
A museum of shame would be most appropriate. We have had plenty of material to lay out the evil designs of NCW on Guam and world-wide on a collage of timelines. We can outline how the weaving of dissonant voices into the fabric of a collective outrage to rid the island of NCW came into being. It will be unique in the sense that it will herald the pitfalls of buying into a cult of egotistical proportions. A museum that will make Apuron front and center as an example of failed leadership will garner support. A museum that will render the triumph of laypeople's relentless assault will signal other NCW aspirations to be on guard. One of its kind, we can tout the museum for global patronage as a beacon of hope. That being said, the fight is far from over. Unless we eradicate NCW and its influences TOTALLY from the island, we cannot back down with mere morsels thrown by the Administrator. Nothing short of total NCW annihilation from Guam ought to satisfy our desire to purify Agana from evil influences. Will there be shortfalls and challenges? Absolutely! Yet God will always provide for the health of His Church. People of faith in Guam, namely the Roman Catholic Community in Guam, will overcome if we will ourselves to shoulder bigger responsibilities, greater accountability and gracious hope in this year of mercy.
A small reminder: the Apuron's of Agana throve in a deep culture of evil, an evil permitted and encouraged by generations who chose family pride over their own children's bodies, long before the the fungus that is the NCW attached itself to it.