Wednesday, September 14, 2016

KIKO'S DEFORMED VISION (FINALE): A PRIEST-LESS CHURCH

(Posted by Glaucon Jr)


This post isn't nice, nor is it intended to be. It's a statement of our situation without the pious statements we all use sometimes to insulate us from accusations of being "anti-Catholic" that the Diana's people love to say. So take your time reading it please. I stand by every word.

So here's the spoiler alert: THE KEY to understanding all of this mess of NCW protection comes down to one simple thing: the betrayal of the Lord, which is to say, contempt for the Sacrifice that is central to the Incarnation.  And it's the bishops who lead the charge in that betrayal as only they can.




For most bishops, I'd say their betrayal began long before they were ever raised to the episcopacy; for some, though, I guess they just needed the right offer. Either way, this "Judas Kiss" is so commonplace now among all levels of clergy that it now looks like clip art, or something out of a coloring book where the only variety to the cartoonishness of it is what color to make Judas's hair.

It's an ungodly prideful stupidity on the part of the bishops and priests in Europe and America--in places that seem to have de facto broken faith with Rome--that makes their work of deconstructing the Incarnation into a satanic cuteness that's embraced as sentimentality. Just by eliminating the Sacrifice, then there's not a need for a priest. And that's really just the end-game here, whether Diana knows it or not. That's the vision of the NCW.

No matter how many times they disagree, there's simply no way around it. That's the end-game. For the NCW, there can be no other way.  READ THIS POST. 





10 comments:

  1. thank you for this series, glaucon jr.

    you mentioned that people don't read much. that's certainly true. even though many more people now can read, compared to people in past centuries, they just don't read.

    so in this sense, the task of evangelizing and catechizing--even in the developed west--faces very similar conditions as in the early days of the Church: a hostile pagan culture whose general population isn't very literate.

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  2. Excellent. Exactly the problem. I remember Hon telling me in my meeting with him last year that Apuron was "chosen by God." He added, "so what are you going to do." He said this to tell me that he, Hon, was also chosen by God," so he could make me shut up and sit down. LOL. Well Judas was also chosen by God, wasn't he. Loud and clear. THE BISHOPS ARE THE PROBLEM!

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 15, 2016 at 9:21 PM

      From that comment to you by Fr. Hon, I can see why you are convinced, as I am now, that he is not the right person for the job to thoroughly clean up the mess in the local Church. That statement is reflective that allegiance is to Fr. Apuron, not to the mission to that which is right, proper, and just. Once again, this is another example that it is the Faithful who have to take the lead to bring the local Church back to good health. Continuing with the Sunday morning pickets!

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    2. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 15, 2016 at 9:22 PM

      From that comment to you by Fr. Hon, I can see why you are convinced, as I am now, that he is not the right person for the job to thoroughly clean up the mess in the local Church. That statement is reflective that allegiance is to Fr. Apuron, not to the mission to that which is right, proper, and just. Once again, this is another example that it is the Faithful who have to take the lead to bring the local Church back to good health. Continuing with the Sunday morning pickets!

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  3. Bishop like Judas on the way to the tree.

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  4. Note to Mr. Daniel Lifschtiz re my unwillingness to publish your comments.

    At first you appeared to be on our side and we promoted you as such. However, you then decided to attack the people on our side, especially myself and Frenchie. We have no problem with people who attack us from the other side. We welcome it. But we throw turncoats out. Here's an example of why I no longer wish to entertain your comments. Feel free to communicate with Glaucon on his own blog.

    Daniel Lifschitz
    Sep 9 (7 days ago)

    to me
    Daniel Lifschitz has left a new comment on your post "NOTHING HAPPENS IN A VACUUM":

    Dear saint Tim Torquemada,
    review with calm, send for an other review to saint Kiko Arguello, or to heaven, where she is already, to the latest doctor of the Church, Carmen Hernandez, then to the stinking monk and finally, if they all agree, ask even Apuron and last but not least Giuseppe Gennarini and publish, but integrally my heretic doctrine.

    Greetings and Shalom from the hell,

    Daniel Satanow.

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    1. Uh...whisky tango foxtrot?

      He can stay away from anything of mine. He's already accused me of heresy and of being a crypto-SSPX sympathizer of Abp Lefebvre (which actually I take to be rather complimentary, now that I think about it). Let him go troll somewhere else.

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  5. Deacon Steve MartinezSeptember 16, 2016 at 10:13 AM

    Back to Kiko's priest-less Church. I recall quite vividly being welcomed into my "new community". Archbishop Anthony and Father Adrian had forced all deacon candidates (just 6 months before the completion of our 4 year program of formation) to join the NCW. My wife and I went to Barrigada, along with Jeff Barcinas, and Peter and Marie Ka'ai. We were greeted by the others, who excitedly told us we would be their new presbyters.
    I do not know where or who they got this idea from, but we quickly explained to them we were going to be deacons, and not priests. But the idea was there for them, which evidences the NCW vision of a priest-less church.

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  6. Scary statement Deacon Steve. I believe NCW wanted to remove Guam Incardinated priests and replace with presbyters. It would take about 20 years from when they arrived around 1997. They were well on the way until Tim opened this blog for us to expose their evil ways.

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  7. Kiko's ecclesial goals are the same as those of militant homosexual and pedophile priests. Does he fit into one, or both, of those malignant groups?

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