Tuesday, August 23, 2016

UMMMMMMM...SAYS FR. K AND THE MISSING STATUE RETURNS

Posted by Tim Rohr

The statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe has finally been returned to (you guessed it) the parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Santa Rita. While I am happy for parishioners, I am appalled that they so easily let the monsters who absconded with it off the hook. And had it not been for the incessant war waged here on this blog against the kiko's, the statue might never have come back. 

I understand that the restoration of the statue - after it was removed from its pedestal and broken - cost the people of the parish tens of thousands of dollars. And meanwhile, the monster who broke it roams free about the neocatechumenal world at our expense. SMH

Here is what I wrote about this two years ago:

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS TE COATLAXOPEUH?

6 comments:

  1. Welcome home Our Sweet Lady of Guadalupe!

    Hail, holy Queen, Mother of mercy, our life, our sweetness and our hope. To thee do we cry poor banished children of Eve. To thee do we send up our sighs, morning and weeping in this valley of tears. Turn then, most gracious advocate, thine eyes of mercy towards us. And after this our exile, show unto us the blessed Fruit of they womb, Jesus. O clement, O loving, O sweet Virgin Mary.
    Pray for us, O holy Mother of God.
    That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

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  2. I saw the statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe after it was broken. The damage was minor, unless I missed something. There is no possible way the repairs would have amounted to "tens of thousands of dollars". I have always assumed the reason Our Lady of Guadalupe wasn't quickly repaired and returned to the niche was because Father Fabio wanted the statue out of the sanctuary. I am very thankful Our Lady of Guadalupe is back where She belongs.

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    1. Life is not that complicated. It wasn't taken out for repair. That was the excuse if somebody asked why it was taken down. And when somebody asked why, they saw an opportunity to raise funds to repair the minor damage. Simple. These guys are slick. Now, let's see how slick they are in justifying the non-return of the Yona property. Could they have covered all the possible scenarios. Will see.

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  3. I read your original blogpost on this only last week, catching up with many interesting articles here. Very timely to see a resolution to this situation finally. So much injustice on one small island!!

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    1. The parishioners need to follow the paper trail....ask to see the invoice and talk with the artist who repaired the statue and ask why it cost so much--- the extent of the damage--and why it took so long. No more guessing, go to the source for answers.

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  4. I saw this statue at the culture center on Oka Point above the Hilton. This was before FESTPAC. The artist was asked to restore her, but he was waiting to be paid. Don't know what happened to her after that or if she ever was restored. It us a beautiful statue.

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