Tuesday, August 23, 2016


Guam Daily Post:

Concerned Catholics consider legal action 

“It is time to return the property to the Archdiocese of Agana,” said David Sablan, newly elected president of the Concerned Catholics of Guam.

In a press conference yesterday, Aug. 22, CCOG officials responded to Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai’s recent statement regarding the ongoing dispute over the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona.  Read more.

Pacific News Center:

CCOG Threatens to Take Apuron, Gennarinis to Court over RMS Property

Guam - The Concerned Catholics of Guam is preparing to take the Redemptoris Mater Seminary Corporation to court if they don’t budge on signing over a deed restriction that would give the property back to the control of the Archdiocese of Agana. Read more.


Concerned Catholics of Guam prepping for possible lengthy litigation

"Listed as the board of guarantors are Archbishop Apuron, Father Angelo Pochetti, and Guisseppie (sic) and Claudia Gennarini. Guisseppie (sic) is the founder of the Neocathemunal Way in the United Stated mainland. In his release last week, Archbishop Hon asked that the new owners work in collaboration and obedience to give back the Yona property without taking the matter to court." Read more.

Pacific Daily News:

Concerned Catholics call for return of seminary property to archdiocese

A group that has repeatedly called for the removal of Guam’s archbishop is preparing a lawsuit to help ensure the Archdiocese of Agana takes back control of a multimillion dollar property in Yona being used for a seminary and a theological institute. Read more.

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