Wednesday, April 5, 2017

ARCHDIOCESE OF AGANA IN THE NEWS

THE LATEST NEWS. UPDATED DAILY.


April 5, 2017. KUAM
Archbishop wants child sex abuse lawsuits filed against him dismissed
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April 5, 2017. KUAM
Apuron's attorney files motion to dismiss

April 5, 2017. KUAM
New priest named in new lawsuits against Agana archdiocese

April 5, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
45 victims claim abuse, new priest named

April 5, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Judge denies archdiocese's third request for extension

April 5, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Former altar boy fought abuse, called priest 'bad father'

April 5, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
3 new clergy sex abuse cases filed

April 5, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Man alleges sex abuse on Boy Scout camping trips

April 5, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
43rd suit filed, names Boy Scouts, archdiocese and Brouillard

April 5, 2017. KUAM
43rd alleged victim files suit against church, Boy Scouts

April 5, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Lawsuit: Cathedral priest abused girl when she was 12

April 4, 2017. KUAM
41st and 42nd victims come forward; first woman files suit against Church

April 4, 2017. KUAM
Parent wants Bishop Baumgartner school's name changed

April 4, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Parent asks school to drop bishop's name

April 4, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Former Boy Scout alleges abuse during 1973 camping trip

April 3, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Woman is 42nd to file clergy sex abuse lawsuit

April 3, 2017. KUAM
40th person accuses church of sex abuse

April 3, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Archbishop launches ‘Updating the faithful’ series

April 1, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judge grants retired bishop’s 2nd request in abuse case
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April 1, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judge recusals of clergy sex abuse cases mount
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March 31, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Former Boy Scouts allege abuse
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March 30, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
2 men sue church, Boy Scouts
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March 30, 2017. KUAM
Another new accuser suing archdiocese & Boy Scouts for $10M
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March 29, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Two more lawsuits filed against church naming former Guam priest
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March 29, 2017. KUAM
Two more church sex abuse accusers brings total to 35
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March 29, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
2 more clergy abuse suits filed
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March 29, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Attorney: Sex abuse victims can hide identity
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March 28, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
EDITORIAL. Ishizaki: Catholic Church must be transparent
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March 28, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
EDITORIAL: Time to end the boycott, time for Apuron to face problems in Guam
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March 26, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
2 CNMI law to help clergy abuse survivors get help, justice
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March 26, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Boy Scouts sued for $10M
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March 25, 2017. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Guam cathedral in receivership over $1.9 million debt
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March 25, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Mangilao man says priest took nude photos of him as a boy

March 23, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Former Santa Barbara student alleges priest sex abuse

March 23, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
New lawsuit alleges abuse in Tumon parish

March 23, 2017. KUAM
32nd person accuses clergy of sexual abuse

March 23, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Another catholic school student accused defrocked priest of sexual abuse

March 22, 2017. CRUX
Guam bishop aims to resolve ‘distress’ on Neocatechumenal Way

March 22, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Victim: Sex abuse was 'penance'

March 22, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Latest sex abuse lawsuit details abuse during retreat at Cocos Island

March 22, 2017. KUAM
31st victim files against the Archdiocese; suing for $5 million

March 22, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Man says former priest abused him in 1986, called it penance

March 20, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
135M in claims exceed church assets

March 20, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Church protesters react to $30k in 'hush money'

March 19, 2017. THE ECONOMIST
Francis is facing down opposition from traditionalists and Vatican bureaucrats
"THE Pacific island of Guam is more than 12,000km from Vatican City. Yet it was in this far-flung American territory that last month the two most contentious issues facing Pope Francis—the scandal of clerical sex abuse and a rebellion by traditionalists—intertwined." 

March 19, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Victim: Apuron paid $30K ‘hush money’

March 18, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Frustration grows over Vatican investigation

March 18, 2017. CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY
Guam bishop aims to resolve 'distress' regarding Neocatechumenal Way

March 17, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Suit: Church wine used on victim

March 17, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Former Father Duenas student files clergy sex abuse lawsuit

March 17, 2017. KUAM
William Payne is 30th person to accuse church of molestation

March 17, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Catholic school student accuses late priest of sexual abuse

March 16, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Archdiocese pauses NCW growth

March 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Byrnes sets norms for Mass

March 16, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Lawsuit alleges sex abuse at cathedral in late ‘80s

March 15, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Former Catholic school student files abuse lawsuit

March 13, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Guam's Catholic church embraces financial transparency

March 13, 2017. KUAM
Protests continue after 34 weeks, demand Apuron be defrocked

March 12, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Sex abuse lawsuits seek equitable relief

March 12, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Archdiocese to challenge legality of child sex abuse law

March 11, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Pope says cardinal sent to Guam because of terrible incidents

March 10, 2017. KUAM
First female comes forward, allegations of clergy sex abuse

March 9, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
3 new clergy sex abuse allegations investigated

March 6, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
EDITORIAL: Thanks judge, for sending a message for GovGuam to be transparent

March 6, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Marching against Apuron

March 3, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Land Management director fined $1K for failing to produce FOIA documents
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March 3, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
‘Historic’ legal victory for public access to GovGuam records
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March 2, 2017. KUAM
Land Management director fined for not providing requested documents
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February 27, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
New lawsuit claims priest sexually abused boy for Scouts merit badge
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February 26, 2017
Former student recounts abuse at Catholic school
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February 25, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Church seeks background checks, proper Mass
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February 24, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Off-island law firms expected to file sex abuse lawsuits
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February 23, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
2 other law firms to file clergy sex abuse cases
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February 23, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Lawsuits: Church operated 'harem of young boys'
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February 23, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
New suits claim altar boy service front for abuse
Three brothers allege abuse by 'pedophile' priest
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February 22, 2017. KUAM
Four more men accuse Father Louis Brouillard of sexual molestation
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February 22, 2017. ASSOCIATED PRESS/WASHINGTON POST
Vatican abuse probe of Guam archbishop heads to mainland US
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February 20, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Tim Rohr with Patti Arroyo on the Visit of Cardinal Burke
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February 17, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Number of accusers could double
Lawyer challenges secret Vatican tribunal
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February 16, 2017. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Ex-altar boy refuses to testify at Vatican Guam abuse trial
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February 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Vatican mission hears Guam witnesses
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February 16, 2017. THE DAILY BEAST
The Pope Ships His American Enemy To the Other Side of the World
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February 16, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Vatican officials meet with Apuron accuser for the first time
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February 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Conservative cardinal on Guam to investigate sex abuse claims
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February 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Vatican mission hears Guam witnesses
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February 16, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Vatican tribunal arrives in Guam, expects to hear from archbishop accusers
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February 16, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Secret tribunal process revealed
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February 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
As Vatican tribunal hears Apuron accuser, Catholics show support
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February 15, 2017. ASSOCIATED PRESS
CARDINAL SENT TO GUAM TO INVESTIGATE SEX ABUSE CLAIMS
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February 14, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Retired bishop could still face Vatican probe, trial
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February 14, 2017. KUAM
Saipan diocese comments on molestation charges against bishop
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February 14, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Saipan Bishop offers prayers, no comment on Camacho's fate
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February 14, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Guam, Saipan diocese react to sex abuse allegations against retired bishop
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February 14, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Man alleges Saipan's bishop emeritus raped him
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February 13, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Retired Saipan Bishop Tomas Camacho named in latest sex abuse lawsuit
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February 13, 2017. KUAM
17th person says he was a victim of abuse at the hands of clergy
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February 13, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judge gives archdiocese time to reply in abuse cases
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February 10, 2017 PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Vatican investigators to visit, Guam beefs up child protection
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February 10, 2017. KUAM
Archbishop Byrnes ensuring safe environment for Guam's children
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February 10, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Apuron trial "well underway," but expert says it could still take years
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February 10, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Archdiocese adopts new policy hailed as "gold standard" in protecting minors
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February 9, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Survivors network not confident Vatican probe will lead to justice
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February 9, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Apuron not required at Vatican trial
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February 9, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
16th priest abuse lawsuit filed in US court
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February 8, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Canon lawyer: Apuron trial outcome will likely stay secret
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February 8, 2016. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
16th lawsuit filed against archdiocese in federal court
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February 8, 2016
16th person alleges sexual abuse by church member
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February 5, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Canon lawyers: Guam clergy abuse trials could rip open secret archives
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February 4, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Extension granted in Church sex abuse cases
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February 4, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Byrnes: Church would consider out-of-court settlement
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February 3, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Clergy abuse cases won't be dismissed from local courts
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February 2, 2017. KUAM
Will defense have more time to file in church case?
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February 2, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Archbishop Byrnes talks justice for victims, Apuron's canonical trial
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February 2, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Depositions sought from victims as lawsuits seek $55M
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February 1, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
5 more clergy abuse lawsuits filed in federal court
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February 1, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
5 more clergy abuse lawsuits filed in federal court
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February 1, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
Accusers locate Apuron
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December 30, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
15th sex abuse case filed
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January 31, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Church lawyers to challenge law lifting statute of limitations on child sex abuse suits
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January 31, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Clergy sex abuse cases up for hearing unless judge recuses himself again
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January 30, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Vatican confirms Apuron trial; canon lawyers say trial could last for years
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January 29, 2017. GUAM DAILY POST
On the Vatican's radar
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January 29, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judges' recusals detailed
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January 27, 2017. KUAM
Concerned Catholics want action for seminary issue
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January 26, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
6 former Guam altar boys sue priest, Vatican for $30M in US federal court
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January 16, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Concerned Catholics questions priest’s canon law studies
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January 12, 2017. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Interview between Patti Arroyo and Dave Sablan, President Concerned Catholics of Guam, about Father Adrian Cristobal studying Canonical Law in Canada.
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January 12, 2017. KUAM
Concerned Catholics of Guam wants discipline, not reward, for priest
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January 8, 2017. KUAM
Picketing Catholics resume protest
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January 7, 2017. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Guam Catholics seek action on pope's message
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December 31, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
No. 1: Fall of Archbishop Anthony Apuron
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December 29, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
15th clergy sex abuse suit filed against archdiocese
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December 29, 2016. KUAM
15th person accuses clergy of sexual abuse
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December 29, 2016. PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
15th lawsuit filed against church naming former priest with history of sexual abuse
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December 24, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Archdiocese to expand child protection training to parishes
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December 24, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Church council readies for litigation
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December 23, 2016. PNC
Archdiocese of Agana now facing 14 lawsuits claiming sex abuse
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December 23, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
14th sex abuse suit

December 22, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Sex abuse law files sent to archdiocese

December 22, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
14th lawsuit filed against Archdiocese of Agana

December 22, 2016. KUAM
Another lawsuit filed against Archdiocese of Agana for sexual abuse

December 22, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese comments on latest sex abuse allegation

December 19, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Lawsuit: Archdiocese still pays Brouillard

December 19, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
13th accusation: Man alleges sexual abuse by former Guam priest

December 18, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Archdiocese of Agaña enters a new, troubling era

December 18, 2016 GUAM DAILY POST
A Crack in the Wall

December 14, 2016. PDN
Catholic church seeks files related to sex abuse law

December 13, 2016. KUAM
Aguon question church's sudden interest in legislation
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December 12, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Protests Resume
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December 11, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Senators: Number of clergy sex abuse accusers shocking, unfortunate
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December 8, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Rape allegation against another priest
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December 7, 2016. KUAM
Former Guam resident claiming sex abuse by priest is 12th person to come forward
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December 8, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Byrnes spends first 10 days listening
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December 7, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Byrnes talks about his first 10 days on Guam
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December 8, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Byrnes calls on Guam to honor war survivors, patron saint
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December 8, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Church picketers give way to Byrnes' first Sunday Mass
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December 7, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Cenzon recuses herself from church abuse case
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December 6, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judge Cenzon disqualifies herself from church cases
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December 6, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Judge Cenzon recuses herself from 2 church sex abuse cases
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December 5, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Protests pause to recognize Byrnes
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December 5, 2016. PNC
Picketers stop protest to attend mass in support of new archbishop
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December 3, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Hon talks about Apuron, Byrnes, Guam-Rome link
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December 1, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
11th sex abuse suit filed against priest, church
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December 1, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Archbishop Byrnes to Guam: ‘I belong to you, I’m one of yours’
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December 1, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Byrnes: 'There is a lot of hope' for Church
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November 30, 2016. PNC
Guam welcomes new Archbishop Michael Byrnes at historic mass
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November 30, 2016. KUAM
Archbishop Byrnes tells Guam "I belong to you"
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November 30, 2016. PNC
Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes addresses Catholic church's blemished past
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November 30, 2016. KUAM
New archbishop will meet with seminary officials
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November 30, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
10th sex abuse lawsuit against priest, archdiocese
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November 30, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Several archbishops, bishops on Guam for Byrnes' first public events
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November 30, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
What you need to know Wednesday, Nov. 30
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November 30, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Looking back with Hon
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November 29, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Tenth victim files sex abuse complaint
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November 28, 2016. KUAM
Hon returning to Rome
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November 28, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Nine Guam priests with sex abuse allegations
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November 28, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Byrnes: Restore Guam as 'jewel of faith' in Pacific
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November 28, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
New coadjutor archbishop pledges to bridge divides
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November 28, 2016. PNC
New archbishop arrives, prepares for permanent leadership
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November 28, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Apuron's canonical trial now ongoing, Byrnes says
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November 28, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Apuron's trial entering its second phase in Rome
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November 27, 2016. PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
OUR VIEW: Community welcomes Byrnes' arrival, looks to heal
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November 26, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Byrnes files complaint in Superior Court
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November 26, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese promises to tend to flock
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November 25, 2016. KUAM
Island anxiously anticipating arrival of Bishop Byrnes
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November 25, 2016. PNC
New Guam archbishop set to arrive Monday, Nov. 28
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November 25, 2016. PNC
Two more lawsuits filed against the church
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November 25, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Two new complaints
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November 23, 2016. KUAM
Guam's new bishop files documents in court
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November 22, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Eusebio: Nuns knew all along
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November 21, 2016. KUAM
Eusebio attempts to debunk Mother Superior's statements VIDEO here
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November 21, 2016. PNC
Former RMS chair defends against Carmelite nun's assertions
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November 21, 2016. PDN
Pro-Apuron group slams Carmelite nuns over seminary
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November 21, 2016. PDN
Church apologizes to new Apuron, Brouillard accusers
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November 21, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Protests continue strong
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November 21, 2016. PDN
OUR VIEW: Byrnes' actions with seminary provide clarity
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November 20, 2016. PDN
Byrnes cuts seminary’s ties to Neocatechumenal Way
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November 20, 2016. PDN
Guam's Filipino community reacts to Apuron
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November 19, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese thanks, apologizes to Carmelite nuns
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November 19, 2016. PDN
OUR VIEW: Carmelite nuns contributed to island community; they will be missed
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November 18, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese offers prayers for victims
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November 18, 2016. PDN
3 more sex abuse lawsuits filed against Apuron, Brouillard, archdiocese
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November 18, 2016. PDN
OUR VIEW: Church officials should adopt plan to address child sex abuse
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November 18, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Three more lawsuits
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November 17, 2016. KUAM
Archbishop Hon apologizes to Carmelite Sisters
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November 17, 2016. KUAM
Three more cases allege sex abuse by Guam clergy
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November 17, 2016. PNC
3 new sex abuse lawsuits filed against Archdiocese
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November 17, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese urged to consider 7-point plan to address child sexual abuse
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November 17, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Judge recuses herself from sex abuse case
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November 16, 2016. PNC
Mother Dawn Marie with Patti Arroyo
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November 16, 2016. PNC
Mother Dawn says life was threatened after she dropped Apuron bombshell
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November 16, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Court unable to serve Apuron
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November 16, 2016. KUAM
Concerned Catholics react to decision about seminary
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November 15, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese takes back control of seminary
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November 15, 2016. PNC
Carmelite Prioress: Apuron pressured my order to lie about Yona Seminary purchase
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November 15, 2016. KUAM VIDEO
Mother Superior explains why Carmelite Monastery closed
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November 15, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Byrnes abolishes RMS board; returns property to Archdiocese
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November 15, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese takes back Yona seminary
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November 15, 2016. PDN FACEBOOK PAGE
Archdiocese press conference regarding transfer of Yona property back to the Archdiocese of Agana
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November 15, 2016. PDN
Nun: We did not want to lie for Apuron, Sammut over Yona seminary property
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November 15, 2016. PDN
Carmelite Sisters no longer on Guam
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November 15, 2016. KUAM
Mother superior drops bombshell about Yona seminary
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November 15, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Byrnes rescinds restriction

November 15, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
'Toxic environment'

November 15, 2016. KUAM
Judge Sukola recuses herself from church sex abuse case

November 14, 2016. PNC
Apuron's attorney responds to libel lawsuit; asks for dismissal

November 14, 2016. PDN
Events set for Guam’s next archbishop
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November 14, 2016. KUAM
New documents filed in church lawsuit

November 14, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
CCOG: Deadline to take back RMS approaching
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November 13, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Brouillard: Church officials knew
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November 11, 2016. PDN
Guam clergy thanks pope for Byrnes’ appointment
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November 10, 2016. PDN
Retired priest: Catholic church knew of Guam sex abuses for decades
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November 9, 2016. PDN
Hon: Archbishop Byrnes not an outsider
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November 9, 2016. PDN
Pope appoints new coadjutor archbishop who could replace Apuron

November 6, 2016. UMATUNA
Statement from Archdiocese of Agana regarding Nov. 1, 2016 lawsuit filings

November 4, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
An interview with Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes
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November 3, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Apuron expresses support for Byrnes

November 2, 2016. PDN
Archbishop Apuron welcomes successor's appointment

November 2, 2016. MARIANAS VARIETY
Former altar boys sue Guam archbishop

November 1, 2016. PDN
Four sue Archdiocese of Agana, Apuron, Brouillard over sex abuse allegations

November 1, 2016. KUAM
Canonical trial will be held in Vatican for Apuron

November 1, 2016. KUAM
Accusers file civil lawsuit against Archbishop Apuron, Father Brouillard

October 17, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Catholic lay organizations prepare for legal action on Yona property

October 6, 2016. DAILY POST
Archdiocese names finance council members

October 6, 2016. PDN
Church names 9 to council, braces for possible lawsuits

October 6, 2016. PNC
Archdiocese introduces new members of Archdiocesan Finance Council

October 6, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese discusses reconstituting of Archdiocesan Finance Council


October 5, 2016. KUAM
Catholic Cemeteries board member isn't backing down

October 5, 2016. PDN
Catholic Cemeteries board secretary fires back at archdiocese

October 5, 2016. PNC
Attorney Jacque Terlaje: I will not withdraw complaint against Msgr. James
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October 4, 2016. DAILY POST
Hon calls for resignations in cemeteries board
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October 4, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese: Catholic Cemeteries board complaint invalid; members should resign
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October 4, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese to beef up finance council, prepares for possible lawsuits
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October 3, 2016. KUAM
Church reconstituting Archdiocesan Finance Council
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October 3, 2016. KUAM
Victims celebrate passage of Bill 326, but say they're far from done
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October 3, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese holds briefing on appointed priests, sexual abuse lawsuits
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October 3, 2016. PNC
No sex abuse lawsuits yet but there are rumors, says archdiocese
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October 3, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Hon demands catholic cemeteries board resign over 'baseless allegations'
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October 2, 2016. DAILY POST
Archbishop Hon clears Benavente of wrongdoing
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October 2, 2016. DAILY POST
Complaint filed against Monsignor Benavente
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Octoberr 1, 2016. PDN
Hon clears Monsignor Benavente of financial mismanagement; new allegations arise
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October 1, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Complaint filed against Monsignor Benavente
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October 1, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Archbishop Hon clears Benavente of wrongdoing
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September 30, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese issues statement after news of complaint about finances
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September 30, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Hon rebukes complaint against Msgr. James
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September 30, 2016. KUAM
Complaint filed with GPD and AG regarding Monsignor James Benavente
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September 30, 2016. PNC
Complaint filed against Msgr. James moments after he was cleared
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September 30, 2016. KUAM
Monsignor Benavente "grateful for the vindication"
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September 30, 2016. KUAM
Monsignor James Benavente cleared of allegations
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September 30, 2016. PNC
Archbishop Hon clears Msgr. James Benavente of wrongdoing
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September 30, 2016. PNC
Vatican now assembling trial court for Archbishop Apuron
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September 30, 2016. KUAM
Vatican preparing to hold canonical trial for Apuron
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September 30, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese official: Apuron’s canonical trial being prepared
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September 30, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese clears Monsignor Benavente
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September 27, 2016. PDN
Texas firm makes inquiry over ex-priest and alleged rapist John Sutton
A Dallas, Texas-based law firm is reaching out to anyone who has information about a Catholic priest who worked on Guam from 1971 to 1974 and who last year was accused by a man of raping him repeatedly when he was a student in Texas. CONTINUED

September 27, 2016. PDN
Catholic church reaches out to anyone with knowledge of clergy sex abuse
The island's Catholic church has issued a new statement, encouraging anyone who knows about sexual abuse by clergy or others in the Archdiocese of Agana “today or in the past” to contact the church’s sexual abuse response coordinator. CONTINUED

September 28, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Santos retires Silent No More sign
During a sobering ceremony at the Guam Veterans Cemetery in Piti yesterday, Silent No More founder Joe Santos retired the sign he had been displaying on the back of his pickup truck since June. Together with Sens. Frank Blas Jr. and Frank Aguon Jr., Santos removed the iconic sign from the be… CONTINUED

September 28, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Child sex abuse bill opponent responds to new law
As Catholic lay protestors hail the signing of Bill 326-33 into Public Law 33-187 as a moral victory, others in the community have not been so quick to embrace the new law. CONTINUED

September 27, 2016. KUAM
Silent No More founder keeps promise, now that bill is passed
Founder of the Silent No More Movement Joe Santos has made good on his promise. In a solemn ceremony held Tuesday morning at Veterans Cemetary in Piti, Santos removed the now iconic "Silent No More" sign he placed on his truck months ago when he started his petition to lift the civil statute of limitations on child sex abuse. CONTINUED

September 27, 2016. PNC
"Silent No More" sign no longer needed

September 26, 2016. KUAM
Victims celebrate passage of Bill 326, but say they're far from done
It's a law that opposers have said could potentially bankrupt the local Catholic Church. While others say it's a step toward healing for victims of child sexual abuse. Late Friday afternoon, Governor Eddie Calvo put pen to paper and signed the highly-controversial Bill 326 into law. While the church braces for doomsday, survivors celebrate. CONTINUED

September 26, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Church protest grows
About 150 Catholic activists – the most so far – turned out yesterday morning for the weekly protests held outside the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica in Hagåtña. Stretching to the driveways on both ends of the walkway in front of the cathedral, protestors were stalled at multiple segments of the picket line as they adjusted to the unprecedented turnout.

September 26, 2016 PDN
Pesch: What happens after child sex abuse bill becomes law

September 23, 2016. PNC
Archdiocese responds to signing of bill 326; thanks governor and senators

September 24, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Calvo signs sex abuse bill
Bill 326-33 has been signed into law by Gov. Eddie Calvo, opening the door for civil action against perpetrators of child sex abuse. The governor, in a lengthy letter, detailed his reasoning for signing the bill. CONTINUED

September 23, 2016. KUAM
Governor Calvo signs Bill 326 into public law
The highly-controversial legislation that's predicted to force the church into bankruptcy has been signed into public law by Governor Eddie Calvo. Bill 326 lifts the civil statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases.  

September 23, 2016. PNC
Governor signs bill 326 into law
Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo signed bill 326 into Public Law 33-187, opening the door for victims and survivors of child sex abuse to go after their perpetrators and the institutions that protected them through civil litigation.

September 23, 2016. PDN
New law allows child sex abuse victims to sue abusers and their institutions
Gov. Eddie B. Calvo signed into law Friday afternoon a controversial bill that would allow victims of child sex abuse to sue their abusers and the institutions with which they are associated, at any time.

September 23, 2016. KUAM
Neocatechumenal Way moratorium proposal under review
A proposal to place a moratorium on the Neocatechumenal Way is now in the hands of apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai for review. According to Father Mike Crisostomo of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Toto, he submitted his proposal to Hon on Thursday during a Presbyteral Council meeting.

September 23, 2016. PDN
OUR VIEW: With new abuse law, community must come together
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September 23, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
'Do the right thing'
Deadline today for governor's action on child sex abuse bill
As the Friday deadline for the governor's action on Bill 326-33 draws close, proponents of the sex abuse legislation urged Gov. Eddie Calvo to sign the bill into law as a matter of moral necessity.
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September 22, 2016. PDN
Opposition to child sex bill delivers petitions to Adelup
Petitions signed by Guam residents asking Gov. Eddie Calvo to veto Bill 326-33 were delivered to the governor's office in Adelup yesterday. CONTINUED

September 22, 2016. PDN
Apuron accuser urges governor to sign bill
Roland Sondia said removing the statute of limitations on child sex abuse lawsuits is not about money, but about holding the Catholic church accountable. CONTINUED

September 22, 2016. KUAM
Blogger Tim Rohr pulls no punches when speaking about church schism
One of the most outspoken critics of Archbishop Anthony Apuron and the Neocatechumenal Way spoke before the Rotary Club. Tim Rohr laid out his view of the complex controversy now gripping the local church. CONTINUED

September 22, 2016. KUAM
Will Calvo veto Bill 326?
Friday is the deadline for Governor Eddie Calvo to take action on highly controversial legislation. Bill 326 seeks to lift the civil statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases. Advocates say the bill gives justice to survivors of abuse while critics worry about the potentially crippling consequences the bill could have not only on the church, but Catholic schools and other church services. CONTINUED

Septemer 22, 2016. KUAM
Hon says he voiced Guam's concerns to Vatican
Fresh off the plane, KUAM News got an exclusive interview with apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai, who arrived at the Guam International Airport early Thursday morning. Hon was in Rome to attend a seminar for new bishops as well as give the Holy See a status report on the Archdiocese of Agana. CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. PNC
Priest proposes moratorium on neocatechumenal movement
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September 21, 2016. PNC
Archdiocese delivers petition to veto sex crimes bill with 4,500 signatures
The Archdiocese of Agana says the church will go bankrupt if bill 326 is passed into law. Guam - The Archdiocese of Agana collected a total of 4,500 signatures for a petition calling on Governor Eddie ... CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Catholic group criticizes Hon, supports Apuron
A new organization purporting to support Archbishop Anthony Apuron has been established and is making itself known. CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Church defends opposition to bill
In an emotionally wrought address to media, lay organizations and members of the clergy, Rev. Jeff San Nicolas read from a statement in which … CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. KUAM
Priest proposing moratorium on Neocatechumenal Way
One member of the Archdiocese of Agana's Presbyteral Council is going to propose placing a moratorium on the Neocatechumenal Way. In a phone interview with KUAM News, Father Mike Crisostomo of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Toto says the council may meet on Thursday, following the return of apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai to Guam.   CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. KUAM
Petition asking governor veto Bill 326 arrives at Adelup
A petition circulated by the Archdiocese of Agana to veto Bill 326 is officially in the hands of the governor. According to a release from the church, the petition contained over 4,500 signatures that were collected in the last four days.  CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. KUAM
Eusebio: Neocatechumenal Way "made out to be the Boogeyman"
A longtime member of the Neocatechumenal Way is speaking-out following allegations made by Father Jeff San Nicolas at a press conference on Tuesday. Father Jeff believes the NCW is pushing their agenda and interests, to the detriment of other Catholics. CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. PDN
Pro-Apuron group leader says Neocatechumenal Way not to blame for church's problems
Dr. Ricardo B. Eusebio, president of I Familian Mangatoliku Siha Pari Si Apuron or Catholic Families for Apuron, on Wednesday said the Neocatechumenal Way should not be blamed for everything that is going wrong with the local church. CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. KUAM
Archbishop Hon set to return to Guam from Rome
Apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai is anticipated to make his return to the island on Thursday. As we've been reporting, Guam's interim archbishop was appointed to Guam in June while Archbishop Anthony Apuron was placed on leave amid allegations of child sex abuse. CONTINUED

September 21, 2016. PDN
Alleged priest sex abuse victims to governor: Do the right thing, sign Bill 326-33
Father Jeff San Nicolas, representing the Archdiocese of Agana, said the church isn't seeking to protect child sexual abusers of any kind. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PNC
Father San Nicolas says he disobeyed superiors, releases RMS report
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September 20, 2016. PNC
RMS Visitation Report
Archdiocese releases Ad Hoc report on Redemptoris Mater Seminary  ... CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PNC
Alleged victims say they will pursue civil action if bill 326 is signed into law
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September 20, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Rohr 'apologizes' to senators for clergy remarks
In a letter addressed to members of the 33rd Guam Legislature, Tim Rohr offered an "apology" to the senators for statements allegedly made by … CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Lift the statute of limitations on child sex abuse
Gov. Eddie Calvo should sign Bill 326, the measure, which passed the Guam Legislature unanimously that would lift the statute of limitations o… CONTINUED


September 20, 2016. PDN
Priest: Apuron arrogantly empowered Neocatechumenal Way
Father Jeff San Nicolas said Archbishop Anthony Apuron empowered the Neocatechumenal Way’s leadership even as credible accusations of child sexual abuse arose against him. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Priest: "Beginning of more revelations to come"
The Rev. Mike Crisostomo said Archbishop Anthony Apuron is innocent of child sex abuse allegations till proven guilty. Crisostomo believes more will be revealed about Guam's Catholic churches before healing begins. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese sending De Plata's allegations to Rome
The Archdiocese of Agana is forwarding the latest allegations made by Ramon Afaisen De Plata to Rome as part of the investigation into Archbishop Anthony Apuron. On Monday De Plata went public, stating he not only witnessed, but fell victim to child sex abuse in the Church. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. KUAM
Priest emotional when detailing how archdiocese isn't calling the shots
It was an emotional morning for Father Jeff San Nicolas as he addressed the press and a room full of concerned Catholics on Tuesday morning. Although it was anticipated that he was to speak on the Archdiocese of Agana's recent stance on Bill 326 and the legislation's potentially crippling effects to the church, Catholic schools, and other church services, he instead disclosed a harsh reality: that the local archdiocese isn't calling the shots. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese of Agana holds press conference
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September 20, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese official speaks on sex abuse bill, Neocatechumenal Way
The Archdiocese of Agana held a press conference today to address its concerns related to the recent passage of Bill 326-33. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese says Neocatechumenal Way interferes with Guam church
A top official of Guam's Catholic church said the leadership of the Neocatechumenal Way, both here and internationally, has been advancing the group's interests to the detriment of other Catholics on Guam. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Former senator reacts to archdiocese press conference
Former Sen. Robert Klitzkie said the Archdiocese of Agana's reason to oppose a bill to lift statute of limitations on childhood sex abuse lawsuits is disingenuous. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Archdiocese: Statute of limitations bill will bankrupt church
Father Jeff San Nicolas, representing the Archdiocese of Agana, said the church isn't seeking to protect child sexual abusers of any kind. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. KUAM
Group pushing petition to veto Bill 326
The head of Catholic Families for Apuron, Dr. Ricardo Eusebio, is urging the community to sign the petition to veto Bill 326 - but not because he's worried about the church going bankrupt. Instead, he thinks the bill doesn't do enough. CONTINUED

September 20, 2016. PDN
Silent No More founder speaks on Archdiocese's stand
Joe Santos, Silent No More movement founder, expresses his disappointment that Archdiocese of Agana seems to place the importance of church assets ahead of the needs of alleged victims of child sexual abuse, during a press conference in Hagåtña. CONTINUED

September 19, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Hon calls for veto of sex abuse bill
In a statement read at Catholic Masses throughout Guam yesterday, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai, apostolic administrator of the Archdiocese of … CONTINUED

September 19, 2016. PDN
Group defends Guam Archbishop Apuron; others support sex abuse bill
A group of local Catholics has stepped forward to defend Guam Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, saying he is being treated as if he already was found guilty of abusing altar boys. CONTINUED

September 19, 2016. KUAM
Clergy worried legislation could bankrupt Guam's Catholic church
While Bill 326 is intended to give justice to survivors of child sex abuse, the Archdiocese of Agana over the weekend asked parishioners to reconsider the legislation's unintended consequences and to sign a petition to urge Governor Eddie Calvo to veto the measure that's already passed on session floor. Specifically, the church says they'd be subject to unlimited financial liability as those who've been victimized by clergy decades ago would sue the church and potentially force closure of not only vital community service providers, but also Catholic schools.   CONTINUED

September 19, 2016. KUAM
Will Guam have a new archbishop?
Guam could soon have a new archbishop leading the Archdiocese of Agana. In a message read to parishioners over the weekend from apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai, he announces he's in Rome to meet with the Holy See to remove Archbishop Anthony Apuron and to appoint a successor. According to Hon, he and the Presbyterial Council wrote to Apuron calling on him to resign. CONTINUED

September 19, 2016. KUAM
Former AG Moylan questions constitutionality of Bill 326
A former attorney general and long-time legislative legal counsel cautions that Bill 326 may not survive a legal challenge. Doug Moylan is urging the governor and senators to seek an opinion from the Supreme Court of Guam on whether the measure even meets constitutional muster. CONTINUED
September 19, 2016. KUAM
New Apuron-supporters group calls out Hon for "lynching"
It appears a new group has surfaced in support of Archbishop Anthony Apuron. Called I Familian Mangatoliku Siha Pari Si Apuron (Chamorro for "Catholic Families for Apuron"), president Dr. Ricardo Eusebio addressed a letter to apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai today, calling him out for public lynching. CONTINUED

September 18, 2016
Archbishop Hon circulates petition to veto sex crimes bill
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September 18, 2106. KUAM
Island Catholics urged not to sign archdiocese's petition
Concerned Catholics of Guam Vice President Andrew Camacho urges religious followers not to sign a petition that's being distributed by the Archdiocese of Agana. The petition prompts Governor Eddie Calvo to veto Substitute Bill 326, which lifts the civil statute of limitations for child sexual abuse cases. CONTINUED

September 18, 2016. KUAM
Father Jeff details church's stance on Bill 326
Delegate of the administrator Father Jeff San Nicolas gave KUAM News an explanation on the Archdiocese of Agana's stance on Bill 326. The legislation lifts the civil statute of limitations on child sex abuse cases and was recently passed by senators on session floor. The bill now awaits action from Governor Eddie Calvo. CONTINUED

September 17, 2016. PDN
Archbishop Hon to Pope Francis: Remove Apuron as head of archdiocese
Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai has urged Pope Francis to remove Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron as head of the Archdiocese of Agana because of gravely serious allegations of sex abuse of altar boys. CONTINUED

September 17, 2016. KUAM
Hon asks Pope to remove Apuron as archbishop of Agana
Guam's Apostolic Administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai is hoping to put the brakes on Substitute Bill 326. Recently passed on session floor, the legislation would lift the civil statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases. In a message read to churchgoers over the weekend, entitled Putting the house in order without burning it down, Archbishop Hon says the bill is retroactive therefore could have "very damaging unintended consequences, so much so that the Bill threatens vital parts of the Church mission here on Guam." CONTINUED

September 14, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Apuron, archdiocese attorneys file motion to dismiss
The defense attorneys in the libel and slander suit against Archbishop Anthony Apuron and the Archdiocese of Agana have filed motions to dismi… CONTINUED

September 13, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Man alleges he witnessed Apuron abuse
A 62-year-old man from Chalan Pago has come forward claiming to be a witness to another incident of alleged sexual abuse by Archbishop Anthony... CONTINUED

September 13, 2016. PDN
Vatican, archdiocese investigate decades-old sex abuse allegation
Deacon Leonard Stohr, the Archdiocese of Agana’s sexual abuse response coordinator, said he spoke Tuesday with a man who reported he witnessed the Rev. Antonio Cruz and seminarian Anthony S. Apuron — now the island's archbishop — sexually molest a 10-year-old altar boy during a church rectory sleepover in March 1964. CONTINUED

September 12, 2016. PNC
Archdiocese Apologizes to Latest Accuser of Sex Abuse
Ramon De Plata says he witnessed a priest and a seminarian sexually abusing an altar boy back in the 1960s. Guam - The Archdiocese of Agana is responding to the latest claims of sexual abuse that were ... CONTINUED

September 12, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Legislators to tackle sex abuse, minimum wage bills
Another slew of bills are slated for the legislative floor today as senators begin session. At the top of the agenda is Bill 326-33, a measure… CONTINUED

September 12, 2016. KUAM
Child sex abuse statute of limitations bill passes
All senators who were present during session today passed Bill 326. The legislation lifts the civil statute of limitations in cases involving child sex abuse. The legislation passed amid multiple allegations of child molestation accusations made against local clergy including Archbishop Anthony Apuron. Several men have come forward alleging Apuron molested them when they were altar boys at Mt. Carmel Church in Agat where he had served as a priest. These same men testified in support of the bill when it had its public hearing. CONTINUED

September 12, 2016. KUAM
Defense lawyers asking judge to dismiss defamation lawsuit
Defense in the $2 million libel and slander suit against Archbishop Anthony Apuron and the Archdiocese of Agana are asking the court to dismiss the complaint. In court filings made late Monday, defense calls the defamation suit "unusual", as it was sparked by paid ads by the Concerned Catholics of Guam.

September 12, 2016. KUAM
Man, 62, says he was witness to and victim of sex abuse by clergy
In the last few months we've heard from Roy Quintanilla, Walter Denton, Roland Sondia, Doris Concepcion on behalf of her late son Joseph "Sonny" Quinata, and Leo Tudela. Each of the men alleges they were altar boys when they were molested or raped by the hands of church clergy. And now, another man who served as an altar boy at Our Lady of Peace in Chalan Pago alleges he was a witness to as well as a victim of child sex abuse. CONTINUED

September 9, 2016. KUAM
Church's legal team has until Monday to respond to lawsuit
Attorneys representing the Archdiocese of Agana and Archbishop Anthony Apuron have until Monday to file responses in a $2 million libel and slander lawsuit filed against them. The plaintiffs listed are Roy Quintanilla, Walter Denton, Roland Sondia, and Doris Concepcion on behalf of her son, the late Joseph "Sonny" Quinata. CONTINUED

September 6, 2016. GUAM DAILY POST
Concerned Catholics call for Quichocho resignation
The Concerned Catholics of Guam have called for the resignation of Danny Quichocho from the Archdiocesan Finance Council. CONTINUED

April 29, 2016. KUAM
Archdiocese criticizes protesters
The Archdiocese of Agana says the protest that was held by dozens of frustrated Catholics at the Guam International Airport last week was "not the warm Hafa Adai Spirit that the Chamorro people are well known for".  The protestors shouted you're not a real Catholic" and "go home" to Professor Giuseppe Gennarini, Mrs. Claudia Gennarini and Fr. Angelo Poschetti as they arrived and walked out of the terminal. CONTINUED

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