Monday, August 29, 2016

IS RMS A SEMINARY FOR GUAM? ABSOLUTELY NOT!

26 comments:

  1. Do the big donors of the past, both individuals and corporations, have grounds to sue the Archdiocese for getting donations under false pretenses?

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    1. I wish I could get back the $10,000 I contributed trustingly over the years to the NCW "seminary." How horrible to realize that I contributed to the destruction of my own Church.

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    2. you could sue for swindle

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  2. Right on point, Andrew.

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  3. RMS is a scam. Plain and simple.

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  4. Excellent expose. It highlights perfectly the issues with that fake institution.

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  5. Great presentation Andrew! I can hear the howling in Ylig!

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    1. it is not full moon yet. Can't be Pius....lol

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  6. That's simple enough. I think CCOG just did the committee to check on these two seminaries a favor. All that committee needs to do is sign on the dotted line and submit this to Archb Hon. Return. Restore. Resign.

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  7. Pious is a scam. Time to throw him out.
    He does not belong to Guam.
    Throw out the garbage.

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  8. I'm sure these boys were not property screened. Drop your name in the hat and we will draw a lottery as to where you will study. Good example is Michael Jucutan who says he was not accepted into Damian High School or the Seminary he had applied for. Surprising, he joined the WAY and this automatically qualified him to be sent here to RMS. Ai adai, show us the psychological report. Tests for entering should follow any seminary guidelines. What guidelines does RMS HERE have? Wondering!

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  9. Marilu D. MartinezAugust 29, 2016 at 8:36 PM

    Thank you Andrew, for your thorough report. It’s time the public and the rest of the Catholic faithful learn about the stark truth and reality of the fact that the RMS is a bogus institution and has been deceptively posing as a bona fide seminary for our local Church for years, while pulling their full-scale scheme of thievery on the unsuspecting faithful -- including the local businesses and individual patrons thru the Annual Appeal!

    To think that this forgery was not just supported, but also collaborated and promoted by Apuron and his cohorts in the Chancery! What a disgrace and an evil scheme.

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    1. Great arguments against the legimacy of RMS. Can hardly wait for the Neo's rebuttal as they continue to deceive us. What say you, Ab. Hon & your committee?

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  10. Thank you, Andrew, for keeping the pressure on. We're all marching
    alongside you.

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  11. Great job Andrew. Keep on fighting the good fight.

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  12. I totally agree Andrew.

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  13. Many thanks to the research team that provided so much detailed information. We can accomplish many things because of your diligent work.

    A big thank you to the prep team who made the press conference possible. Don't be surprised if you get a request for help from the Navy Seals!!!

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  14. - Awesome Job Andrew! We All Need to Continue Fighting This Evil in Our True Catholic Church! It will be slow going but Honesty and Truth Will Prevail and then we can begin to rebuild our Catholic Churches that Apurun has thoroughly destroyed! Please Note Apurun and Followers - The True Catholic Church Followers Will Hunt/Hound You Until You All Leave the Island of Guam! Apurun - Be Rest Assured That The Majority of the Catholics on Guam Really Really DO NOT LOVE YOU!

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    1. Many times I have felt the anger you have expressed. Considering what we have endured (and allowed to occur) for so many years anger and bitterness are not unreasonable emotions. However we need to move beyond that. Yes, we need to hold people accountable for what they have done and continue to do. But we also need to be open to forgiveness and healing. This is very difficult. I still struggle with it.

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    2. Thank you, Andrew, for your presentation. Thanks also for being willing to look to the future where healing will take place hand in hand with forgiveness. I pray for you in your struggle.

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    3. Andrew, you have begun the process of healing by bringing forth the truth. When those who caused the bitterness and anger by doing wrong embrace the truth more healing can occur. Don't expect anyone to forgive those who CONTINUE to do wrong.

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  15. Fantastic job, Andrew. Shifting the focus (just for a while) from the personal scum of AAA to the archdiocesan scam of RMS is an extra expose of what has been going on in our Church, all under our very eyes. When the stories of the Agat boys began to come out, people's eyes began to see through the veneer of Archbishop Anthony Apuron (AAA).

    I hope that now that you have shed the veneer of the RMS, people's eyes will similarly see the fools we have been made of by AAA and his Annual Archdiocesan Appeal (another AAA). All the while over the years people had been duped into thinking that supporting the Appeal was supporting a real seminary for Guam. Catholic Laity, wake up and smell the coffee. I hope you now see the reason why CCOG had been admonishing to "stop the money". Supporting the Appeal is not supporting a seminary for the archdiocese; it is supporting an institution formed "for the formation of priests (presbyters) in the Neocatechumenal Way - SUPPORTING A SHAM, and a scam.

    RMS is not a seminary for the archdiocese of Guam. In fact, it is not a seminary at all. It is a vacation spot to send NCW rejects, and once they complete their "basic training" and are "ordained" here they are further rewarded by being sent to other vacation spots ("on mission"), after we have paid for them. Pretty shammy, right?

    Once fooled, shame on them. Fooled again, shame on us!

    Thank you, Andrew, for your straightforward expose. (jrsa: 8/30/16)

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  16. For as long as these young men (RMS seminarian's)have their whole body present in the building of RMS whether they lack the true courses required in becoming a full pledge priest of the Catholic Church, Archbishop Apuron's devotion and mission to the neo's (short cut courses with shorten time) have succeeded. Biba Archbishop Apuron on a job well done by placing other's first from far away places before the locals/your true flock of Guam?

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  17. Kudos Andrew. Not too much, not too polished, all solid. Great presentation. Better than I could have ever done. Then again, I have a face made for radio

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  18. Bingo, Andrew! Your presentation was comprehensive. I wonder what else the RMS committee could possibly report. Or dare to report. Thank you again, Andrew.

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