Thursday, September 8, 2016


Posted by Bob

Catholics locked out of seminary...again

Posted: Sep 08, 2016 5:15 PMUpdated: Sep 08, 2016 5:15 PM
"Despite a pre-arranged visit to the Redemptoris Mater Seminary, members of the Laity Forward Movement were locked out...again. According to Lou Klitzkie, she and three others had arranged with delegate of the administrator Father Jeff San Nicolas for today's visit, as well as a guided tour of the library, classrooms, and chapel.

At the gate, however was a notice from acting rector, Monsignor David Quitugua which denied their entry.Read more

Organization "Silent No More" delivers 3,000 signatures to Legislature
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    Guam- A group of lawmakers and an organization called "Silent No More" hand-delivered about 3,000 signatures in support of lifting the statute of limitations on crimes involving child sex abuse. 
    Senator Blas Jr. stated, "This is the effort from an organization called silent No More and today was just a presentation of all those signatures they gathered in support of an effort of legislation or a law that would allow victims of sexual abuse who are abused when they were children the opportunity to allow them to seek justice for what was done to them.”
    Several lawmakers joined in expressing their admiration for the victims and their families for their courage to come forward with their personal story to the community in order to seek healing. Lawmakers say that the Silent No More campaign hopes that the movement will bring about change either with a new law or updated legislation.Read more

    3,000 signatures on petition to lift statute of limitations for child sex abuse

    Posted: Sep 08, 2016 2:59 PMUpdated: Sep 08, 2016 2:59 PM
    Members of the group Silent No More presented their petition to lawmakers on Thursday. According to founder Joseph Santos, the group collected 3,000 signatures in support of lifting the statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases, which is mirrored in Bill 326.
    The bill was introduced amid allegations of molestation against Archbishop Anthony Apuron, as well as other members of clergy.Read more

    Silent No More! CCOG and Laity Forward Movement:
     Semper procedendum sine timore!

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