Sunday, August 21, 2016

PDN: SEMINARIANS WITHDRAWN FROM REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY

Posted by Chuck White

"Up to 10 people from Samoa and American Samoa studying to be future Catholic priests at a Yona seminary were withdrawn from the institution earlier this summer, according to local church officials..."

26 comments:

  1. Fr.Jeff. look at your own words " dramatic and shocking." It is not shicking at all. It is a blessing for the seminarians and the church they were withdrawn from a fake catholic seminary run by morons. If you continue to support this you will ne named shamed ad a moron. Get it. Hope so!

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  2. Statement from Father Jeff 'Dramatic, Shocking situation'... Leads us to conclude that he is no longer an impartial member of the team charged with providing accurate analysis of the Seminary situation on Guam. He must have drunk the cool aid..

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  3. That up to 10 RMS seminarians were withdrawn over a month and a half ago is telling. So what else did the committee discover?

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  4. Fr. Jeff, open your eyes! Do you really believe that those with the sincere desire to serve God as priests (not NCW presbyters) will get the proper education at the Yona RMS?
    Yes, "it's a dramatic shocking situation" that finally, the Yona RMS has been exposed for what it really is. And, I add, It's about freaking time!

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  5. What do you mean Father by dramatic shocking? It is only shocking that RMS is allowed to continue turning out fake priests. Dramatic in the sense the drama of Anthoby Apuron and his vile evil supporyers gets worse daily. Completely immoral. I do hope you are not supporting this evil man.

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  6. "It is dramatic, shocking situation" Really Fr. Jeff? And where have you been all these times that you are finally shocked. You make it sound like you are at the Vatican. Sus-ti-gua-dez? BIBA Samoa/American Samoa BIBA!! BIBA-Rev. Kelemete Pua’auli, Chancellor of the Diocese of Samoa in Pago Pago, thank you for caring and the safety on all your seminarians!!

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    1. I have had the opportunity a number of times to talk to these fine gentlemen from Samoa as well as American Samoa and they have shared that they are extremely unhappy at this facility. They liked the island and its people but extremely unhappy of where they are at. And they have shared that they have shared their feelings with their bishop. So this is no surprise. Don't be too surprise if other follow until the place closes its doors

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    2. That's the goal ain't it.. Close it down!?

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  7. Those that were ordained there should be considered as graduated from an unaccredited institution. Usually, credentials are not recognized without further schooling.

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  8. Fr. Jeff this is an opportunity to LEAD the Church in the right direction. Your comments are disappointing! The RMS is a SHAM! The WAY is not Our Lord's way and this would be obvious to any priest consecrated to Christ and HIS REAL PRESENCE in the Eucharist!

    The liturgical abuse of Our Lord's Body in the NCW ritual is sufficient reason to remove Pius and close the seminary!
    Add the cultic tactics; the scrutiny's and public confessions and you have protestants posing as catholics misleading the flock while the clergy are silent!
    Apurun ran! Hon doesn't want to be here, he continues to make a mess!
    Who will lead our church out of the ruins of Apurun's tyranny?

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    1. Father Jeff San Nicholas: it is shocking and dramatic that these words are first public statement while you are responsible. Shocking and dramatic should be reserved for Archbishop Apuron accusing Alleged victims of Calumny or lying about situation of the patrimony of the People of God. It was also shocking and dramatic to hear you say on K57 in the heat of raging Archdiocesan problem of the multiple accusations: I love the Archbishop. Of course he is Loved as is everyone created by God. But it sounded dramatic and shocking. Jeff. Use the head on your shoulders. More dramatic and shocking revelations will come and you already used shocking and dramatic .

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  9. Archbishop Hon cancelled the four pending Deacon candidates...

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    1. Anonymous 5:32 p.m. Thank God!

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    2. No Hon did not cancel. Apuron did not show up to ordain them. Remember?

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  10. Apuron ran for sure!
    Dont't expect him back any time soon!

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  11. Di più Gennarini: http://www.sos.state.co.us/biz/BusinessEntityHistory.do?quitButtonDestination=BusinessEntityDetail&pi1=1&nameTyp=ENT&entityId2=19961143332&srchTyp=ENTITY&masterFileId=19961143332

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    1. The information found in Colorado's public records is objectively verifiable. This kind of unfiltered factual information, without an editorial, supports JW's position on the scope of Gennarini's influence and control within the NCW. Information like this can resonate with segments of your readership that may have reservations on JW's assertions of what is fact and the conclusions that follow. Thus the presentation of objectively verifiable facts can have the potential to broaden support for JW.

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  12. Fr. Jeff, your response is dramatic and shocking knowing that the RMS Seminary's Produces ill prepared "priests".

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  13. While I'd be the first to call out anybody in the Hon Administration who gives even the faintest hint of trying to mislead, I don't see where Fr. Jeff's admission that what is going on at RMS is "shocking and dramatic" is deserving of criticism. While it might have been nice if Fr. Jeff had applied the same words to the allegations about Apuron's raping and molesting of young boys, still the fact that the now 2nd in command has called out RMS even if all we have for now is the words "shocking and dramatic." Our mantra should not be one of criticism, but "tell us more." Then, if he does not, we can go back on the attack.

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    1. No problem, Tim. Just letting Fr Jeff know we're listening very carefully. And we want to know the content of report. That's all. Not an attack. Just no chancery closed doors.

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  14. I wondered how 'Diana' and Co. would spin the Samoan Seminarians' exodus, and lo & behold I found not one peep since the PDN article. There was a post a couple weeks ago, but it was met with a very coy "who did you hear this from?" But nothing since the article.

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  15. Diana will simply blame it to the protestors. And her followers will just agree.

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    1. Diana also blogs as an anonymous in her webpage to make it look like she has a lot of followers. Pathetic.

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  16. i hope that the reason for the seminarians not returning to rms is that their respective bishops have been enlightened about the divergent teachings of the ncw, and not just because of the questionable status of rms.

    speaking of which, is fr jeff empowered to release information about the current standing of rms as a seminary? information like accreditations, affiliations, faculty, curriculum, etc. not to mention its financials.

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    1. Just wait and see how long this "report" will take. Just wait. I predict years.

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