Monday, October 31, 2016


Guess what I got!


PROTESTERS: More than 50 protesters from the Concerned Catholics of Guam and Laity Forward Movement carried on their weekly protest yesterday in front of the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica in Hagåtña. Among their demands, they are calling for the defrocking of Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who is accused of sexually abusing altar boys when he was a priest at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Agat in the 1970s. Photo contributed by Lou Klitzkie

And a bonus:


Posted by Tim (and pardon the diversion from the normal news)

A few decades ago, a movement sprang up bashing Halloween as the "Devil's Holiday." It appears to have had its roots among evangelical groups and gained momentum with a tract by Jack Chick. Chick was a notorious Catholic-hater whose mini cartoon-book tracts proved particularly effective. 

Chick recently died. But his success in demonizing Halloween has retained its traction, not so much among evangelical groups, but, ironically, amongst Catholics. 

The recent practice of dressing up our little boys and girls as saints and angels rather than ghosts and goblins appears to have grown out of a response to the evangelical criticism of Halloween. (Seriously, think about it. If you are 50 year old or older, do you remember dressing up as saints and angels?)

Sunday, October 30, 2016


posted by Jose M.

For a little over 5 minutes, rain drenched the picket line and save a few who left to grab an umbrella, we did not disperse nor did we cease.                                        


Posted by Chuck White

I was lucky to score a copy of Kiko Argüello’s new book, published just in time to be scooped up by his followers at their "Beginning of the Year" convivences held this month.   Read more.


Posted by Tim

Here is the bottom line. It DOES NOT MATTER what Hon does or does not do if Apuron is not completely removed from office and barred from every returning. Because, in an instant, if restored, he can undo absolutely everything. All of these reassignments, new appointments, committee reports - none of them matter a whit if Apuron returns to office. 

As one priest brazenly pointed out to Apuron's face at a clergy meeting in July of 2014: ARCHBISHOP, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM! Apuron MUST be removed!

Many think there is no way he can return after everything that has been exposed. To that, I say: you do not understand the depth of Kiko Arguello's cancerous power in the Vatican, or anywhere else for that matter. 

In March of 2015, we had a "slam dunk" case on Luis Camacho. An arrest was made. The details of the case would have opened up RMS to investigation, an investigation that would have led right to Apuron and then to the heart of the evil in the Vatican. The case disappeared. (See Luis Camacho File)

In January of 2016, we had another "slam dunk" case. The Attorney General, Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson, had officially advised the Director of Land Management to "petition the court to correct a certificate of title." Had he done so, the truth about Apuron's ceding title to the Yona Property to the control of the Neocatechumenal Way (Responsible Team) would have been exposed. Further investigation would have led right to the heart of the evil in the Vatican. Two months later, the same Attorney General, backed a plan by an Apuron operative to keep the matter from going to court, even though the law demanded it. Again, the case disappeared. (See Certificate of Title Fiasco)

These are only two of the many times we have seen the inexplicable happen, reminding us that Satan never sleeps and neither should we.

There is a very real possibility that Apuron will return. 

As of today, the sex abuse allegations against him remain only allegations. Allegations are not grounds for forcibly removing a bishop from office. Decent men will step aside and permit an investigation, but Apuron is not a decent man. 

The reason Apuron was removed (and remember, he was only removed "sede plena" which means that only his administrative authority was removed, and even that, only "temporarily") was not because of the sex abuse allegations, but because of defamatory comments "he" publicly made against his accusers - which was a demonstration of incompetence, and incompetence is one of the things which can be used to remove a bishop.

However, as we all know, Apuron did not make those comments. It was Eddy the Waldo (Edivaldo). And you can bet that Apuron has long since made the case that Eddy made those comments without Apuron's knowledge, so at most Apuron could be seen as negligent, which is NOT a reason to keep him from his office. 

Our best weapon to remove Apuron is Apuron. He is both stupid and narcissistic enough, as well as puffed up by his NCW-handlers, to believe he can throw his weight around in Rome.

What Apuron does not know, is how much he is despised in Rome, personally despised.

He is seen as nothing more than a pimple on a hog's butt. The trouble is that the hog is a big, nasty, sharp-tusked boar named Kiko Arguello, or more specifically, the corrupt, controlling syndicate, masquerading as an "itinerary of faith formation" that Arguello built with the help of the likes of the Gennarini brothers.

However, there is one thing more important to the Kiko-corrupted Vatican prelates than Kiko Arguello, and that is themselves. Before they go down, they are going to throw Kiko and his fools into the Tiber. And what is happening right here, right now, in Guam, on this tiny piece of dirt in the middle of nowhere (as some of them see us), has the potential to blow up their whole dirty game and expose the evil rot to its core. 

Press on. Do not grow weary in well doing. We are actually nearing the finish line. I will tell you more soon. But if we drop off the public protests now, we'll have nothing. And Apuron will be back to put an "arduous and painful closure" to all of us. 

Saturday, October 29, 2016


Posted by Bruce Williams

While the conclusion could have been a little stronger, one thing is certain: The "smoke of Satan," as observed by Pope Paul VI, is currently choking every bureaucracy and charity in the institutional Church.

This above all else is why we MUST pray for our religious, our priests, our bishops, and for the Holy Father.  The Catholic Church is under attack as never before -- both from without as well as within.  So, while our bishops and priests owe it to us, in justice, to lead us to Christ and salvation, we owe it to them, also in justice, to pray and fast on their behalf.  Should we fail to pray and fast for them, how can we ever expect them to have the strength and wisdom to lead us as they are called to do?

In short, it is a call for authenticity and holiness, one worthy of the name Catholic.

Read the complete article here:

AB Hon will be leaving by the end of the year. His mission to unify has had some limited success. Hon, like King Theoden (above) has, as Tim and others have pointed out, the NCW as his puppet master. 

But the whispering (Wormtongue) turned to defiance and disobedience! The battle for the Roach Motel is on! Hon has a few weeks to file the suit to return the Yona property to the Archdiocese. Then the KAKA can be brought under control and eventually replaced by  "Authentic Catholicism".


Hafa Adai, folks,

Only three more  weeks before the statue of limitations runs out. We need to continue picketing  in front of the Cathedral Basilica at 9:00 AM. We have invested so much of our time and effort in this battle. This is our only weapon for Rome to pay attention to us. Let's not blow it. See you tomorrow.

St Michael the Archangel , defend us in battle!

God's blessings,


Friday, October 28, 2016


Posted by Tim

The Fr. Luis Camacho case made it strikingly clear that the NCW operates as a type of underground syndicate within the Church to move around, protect, harbor, and otherwise keep beneath the radar, problem clerics. 

In fact, there may not even be known problems, other than the fact that their bishop, or in our case the appointed Apostolic Administrator, does not know where they are, which itself makes them "problem clerics."  

In our diocese, there are three particular cases with KNOWN problems: Fr. John Wadeson, Fr. Luis Camacho, and Archbishop Apuron, and there are two glaring similarities in all three cases:
1) a declaration of innocence of any wrongdoing
2) the absolute disappearance of all three

In the case of Wadeson, which we will review in more detail very soon, after being "cleared" by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles of sex abuse charges dating back to the 70's, Apuron was quick to celebrate his so-called exoneration and just as quick to hide him again. Wadeson remains incardinated in this diocese and thus, on our payroll, but provides no known benefit to the diocese and does not show up "on loan" to any bishop (as with Fr. Jason Granado who is "on loan" to Saipan). If Wadeson, is "innocent" of all the charges, why hide him? 

Luis bin Camacho
In the case of Luis Camacho, we were told that the case against him was "expunged" and that he never did anything wrong. Yet, he was whisked away within hours of his release after his March 17, 2015 arrest, and has not been seen again since, showing up only in Qatar about a year later. And, like Wadeson, after being so-called exonerated (by both our own chancery and Luis' adoptive bishop in Qatar) disappears again. (He is gone from Qatar.)

Who? Me?
Then we have Apuron who not only maintains his innocence but calls his accusers liars. And then suddenly he disappears, with even the Apostolic Administrator confessing that he does not know where he is. (Rumor is that he has moved from RMS - after being spotted there - to the former Carmelite monastery in Malojloj. Keep an eye out for him.)

Clerics cannot live long on their own. They either have to have a personal benefactor or an organization like the NCW which is capable of hiding them and shuffling them when found out (like we did with Luis.) 

More to come

Thursday, October 27, 2016


Posted by Bruce Williams

Evidence Christ Offered the Last Supper as a Sacrifice

Karlo Broussard | Catholic Answers Apologist

It is an infallible teaching of the Catholic Church that the Eucharist is a sacrifice—in particular, the one sacrifice of Christ. 

The Council of Trent declared:
If any one saith, that, by the sacrifice of the mass, a blasphemy is cast upon the most holy sacrifice of Christ consummated on the cross; or, that it is thereby derogated from; let him be anathema (The Canons on the Sacrifice of the Mass, canon 4).    
The Catechism of the Catholic Church reaffirms Trent’s teaching: “The Eucharist is . . . a sacrifice” (CCC 1365).
The Catholic understanding of the Eucharist rests upon the belief that the Last Supper was a sacrifice. Blessed Pope Paul VI, in his 1965 encyclical Mysterium Fidei, called the Last Supper the “Eucharistic sacrifice” (MF 4).
But Protestants reject this. READ MORE
And KIKO  rejects the Last Supper and the Mass as a SACRIFICE. He refers to the Mass as a Celebration, a celestial BANQUET.  

Walking in the "WAY" is to walk away from the infallible teachings of the Catholic Church under the illusion that Rome has approved of "everything" in the NEO Catechetical  Directory and liturgical practices.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


Posted by Chuck White

Excerpt from a YouTube video posted by Maria Isabella Eusebio.

Love those blue sneakers, Ric! 


Posted by Tim

LOL. So I'm hearing that the kiko-dingbats are bragging about how they got the pope to get rid of Hon, and that we'll be getting a neo dude for a bishop, presumably the recently doctored Miguel "Don Quixote" Cervantes. 

From the beginning, Hon has made no secret that he was only here temporarily and in fact came to Guam with a round trip ticket with a return dated for the end of November or beginning of December. However, he has also publicly stipulated that he will be here for as long as Francis wants him to be here. 

Pius and the neo-nurds know this, but, as expected, they are painting Hon's departure as a triumph for the kiko's. 

What's even more funnier is that in celebrating their triumph - the new bishop, etc. - they have admitted defeat in their defense of Brother Tony. LOL. You see, THEY are the ones celebrating. LOL. This is really too good. 


Posted by Tim
Continued from Part 6

Let's do Points 2 and 3 first:

2. Tricky Dick wants us to believe that because the Statute of the Neocatechumenal Way requires "norms for the formation and incardination of diocesan clerics" as prescribed in Canon Law, that RMS actually adheres to those norms. Ummm, well that was the whole point of a Visitation Committee: to find out whether or not RMS was actually doing what the Statute required. We already know that NCW members violate their own Statute without thought every time they celebrate their liturgy. So why should we believe that RMS would be any different? It isn't. And the Visitation Committee proved it. 

Monday, October 24, 2016


Posted by Chuck White


Posted by Tim

Hmmm. So just as the evidence is in that RMS is a sham (the ad hoc Committee report), and just as Tricky Dick and his group of dicky tricks is condemning the report and defending RMS...

VIOLA! Suddenly, out of nowhere, we have the announcement that long-lost RMS grad, Miguel Cervantes (no relation to Don Quixote) has achieved a Doctorate in Theology Summa Cum Loudly!

What timing. Nicely done. But other than the shady timing (LOL), there are a couple of items for our consideration. 

1. Miguel graduated from RMS in 2009. That means it took him 7 years to get a doctorate which at most should take 3-4 years. So was he just terribly slow (like David the Rector who took ten years to get his doctorate), or did he have to take remedial courses, due to his NO-education at RMS, in order to even begin the doctorate program?

2. I thought we didn't have any money to send priests off-island. This was the whole excuse used to deny Aaron Quitugua an opportunity to attend an off-island seminary:
AARON QUITUGUA TO ADRAIN CRISTOBAL, Nov 7, 2013: Father, upon reflection of the above issues we discussed, an idea came to my mind. The first time we met on Sept 04, 2013, you informed me that our Archdiocese no longer has the financial resources to send seminarians to study abroad, which is the purpose this new seminary is being started.
Yet, we learn this past Sunday (in the Umatuna), that while solid local boys like Aaron Quitugua are told there is no money, at least one of Apuron's RMS pets has been living on our collection in Rome for SEVEN YEARS, and getting a nice little doctorate. Ummm, to do what, "serve the Archdiocese of Agana?" LOL. Like hell. 

Have any of our local priests been offered an opportunity like this for higher education? How about Richard Kidd? No doubt he has the brains for it, and probably could have gotten it done in half the time. But no. Not only did Richard have to fight for every inch of his legitimate diocesan formation, he had to pay many of his living expenses himself. 

But the real story isn't this Miguel guy. The real story is Hon, who the Umatuna said "rejoiced" with Miguel saying "we take pride in the outstanding accomplishment of Father Miguel." 

Hon, what don't you get? Our local vocations are slammed to the pavement and thrown in the gutter, while Apuron's pets are given illustrious opportunities at our expense. What the hell? 

There's more to this. I'll be back.  


Posted by Tim Rohr

Oh shucks, Tricky Dick was only off by a year. Instead of meeting with the bishops of Oceania on December 5, 1999, it was actually 1998:


But not only did Tricky Dick get the year wrong, he got the content wrong too.

Tricky Dick said: To form presbyters of the “New Evangelization” is not a characteristic of the Neocatechumenal Way, as is made clear by the St. Pope John Paul II’s Ad Limina message to CEPAC (Dec. 5, 1999).

Actually, the pope's address says nothing about the Neocatechumenal Way or even about the formation of presbyters - you will note that the pope does NOT use that word. Rather the pope said this:

Sunday, October 23, 2016


Posted by Tim
Continued from Part 4

Note: Begin the full series at the tab above TRICKY DICK SERIES.

Let's take care of items 2 and 3 first since they are easy.

2. Tricky Dick says: "The majority of the priests formed in the RMS are serving in the parishes of the Archdiocese."

He says this to prove that RMS is a "diocesan" seminary. This does not prove anything. Capuchins also serve in the parishes of the Archdiocese and their formation is Capuchin, NOT "diocesan."

Saturday, October 22, 2016


Posted by Tim
Continued from Part 3

In Part 3, we dealt with items 1, 2 and 3. In Part 4, we will address items 4 and 5.

4. Tricky Dicks says: "...the Articles of Incorporation, Art. XII(iii), (sic - no need for comma) state that the Archbishop is the sole administrator of all the temporalities of the RMS."

LOL. Tricky Dick is tricky. He doesn't expect you to actually read the Articles of Incorporation. Actually Article XII(iii) does NOT mention RMS at all:

Full document here

This kind of thing kind of makes you wonder if Tricky Dick is just plain Dirty Dick. He's either really stupid or an outright dirty liar (i.e. a "Kiko"). You decide.

By the way, the original articles (recorded in 2002 and amended in 2004) did not have a section enumerating the powers of the sole incorporator. The version of the articles Tricky Dick references here was frantically slapped together and recorded at Rev & Tax on January 29, 2015.

Why, after more than ten years of no amendments to the original articles, was it suddenly necessary to completely overhaul the articles in January of 2015? Answer: a frantic attempt to cover their asses.

Three weeks earlier, on January 6, 2015, we unearthed and published the deceptively titled and clandestinely recorded Declaration of Deed of Restriction (DDR), which in 2011 conveyed title to the Yona property to RMS, Inc.

There was no denying the truth about this document. The only possible defense was that "Apuron was still in control." But per the then-current RMS Articles of Incorporation (2004), HE WASN'T. Thus the Gennarini-Pius-Eusebio machine sprang into action, manufacturing a whole new set of Articles - not just amending - and recorded them at Rev & Tax on January 29, 2015.

The most notable section of this new set of Articles is the section Tricky Dick references here: Article XII, (Article XI in the 2004 version) wherein there is an overt attempt to prop up the idea that Apuron is still in control. Let's compare here the 2004 amended Articles and the 2015 version:

2004 Version
Full document here

2015 Version

Full document here

As you can see, the INCORPORATOR article is greatly expanded.

Let's review. While The Diana and the other idiots (like Tricky Dick) continued to argue that there was no alienation, Gennarini and his smart boys knew better. They knew exactly how a court would view the document. (This is why Jackie Terlaje "worked something out" behind the scenes with the AG to keep the certificate of title issue from going to court.)

The DDR was not supposed to have been discovered - at least until after the statute of limitation ran out (see counter in upper right). But once discovered, there was no defense other than to try to show that Apuron was still in control. Thus, the frantic slapping together of the new set of articles with the new and improved INCORPORATOR section in the 2015 version.

However, Gennarini and Tricky Dick's problem is Guam law. While the Incorporator has authority to appoint and replace board members or even dissolve the corporation, the Incorporator cannot directly govern the corporation. Only the board can. And while Apuron is chairman of the board, he is, as legal counsel Ed Terlaje advised the AFC in September 2011, only "one of six votes."

Full document here

Thus, once again, Tricky Dick is either stupid or a liar (i.e. a "kiko"). You decide.

5. Tricky Dick says: "...the opinion of the Lewis-Roca law firm, specialized (sic - should say "specializing") in corporation sole laws, stating (sic - should say "stated") that the ordinary (sic - "Ordinary" should be capitalized) has never lost control of the property or of the Corporation..."

It would have been so easy for Tricky Dick to attach this opinion. But he didn't. Why not? For the same reason Apuron did not publish the opinion when he supposedly received it. We were told that if we wanted to see it we would have to go to the chancery. 

The only person who got to see this opinion was Attorney Bronze, who when he paid the chancery a surprise visit, was only permitted to read the opinion, standing up, at a counter, supervised by someone at the chancery, and could take no pictures, make no copies, and take no notes. And after Bronze's surprise visit, it was withdrawn from public view altogether.

Now why would that be?

I'll tell you why. If in fact the property was legally alienated, Apuron would be guilty of an ecclesial crime since he did NOT get the canonically required approvals from the AFC and the Holy See. Being guilty of an ecclesial crime would be easy grounds for his official removal.

Now note! The Lewis-Roca opinion does NOT claim that title to the property was NOT transferred to RMS, Inc. (i.e. "alienated"). READ THAT AGAIN. Lewis-Roca does NOT claim that title to the property was NOT alienated. It does not claim this because title to the property WAS ALIENATED and conveyed to RMS, which is exactly the central claim of the Bronze Opinion. Instead, Lewis-Roca only claims that Apuron has "never lost control."

Lewis-Roca is a reputable firm, and not likely to throw that reputation away on some two-bit prelate from an obscure diocese. Thus it could NOT opine that the title to the property was not conveyed to RMS, Inc. because IT WAS. Thus, it opined on all that it could opine on: that Apuron "never lost control."

Now watch! This is very sly. Lewis-Roca found a hole. As the Incorporator, Apuron still maintained control of the property in that he could dissolve the corporation, upon which, the property would revert back to the Archdiocese of Agana. However, he certainly did LOSE control of the property insofar as its remaining part of the patrimony of the Archdiocese of Agana.

And this is of course why, little Preston could tell the LFM ladies to get the hell off his porch, that this was a "private residence."

Now one more thing. Look at Article XII(iv):

In their haste to appear to be legit, Gennarini et. al. has handed Hon all the authority he needs to get the property back WITHOUT litigation (which he says he doesn't want) and WITHOUT Gennarini or Eusebio's approval.

Per the Articles of Incorporation for the Archbishop of Agana, and now per the 2015 RMS version of its Articles, Hon is the "successor of the corporate sole" even if he is the temporary successor. He thus has, within his authority, ALL THE POWER (Hon's words) to immediately dissolve RMS, Inc, upon which the Yona property will automatically revert back to the Archdiocese of Agana.

Even if he doesn't want to immediately dissolve RMS (which he should), he can, as he recently did with the Cemetery board, simply fire the current RMS board and replace them with people who have pre-agreed to convey title to the property back to the Archdiocese.

Yet, Hon appears to want to run out the clock.

To be continued

Friday, October 21, 2016


Reposted by Chuck White

The Jewish Passover looms large in the Catholic theology of the Eucharist, and while it is very important in Kiko Arguello’s religion too, he deforms it dangerously by ignoring a very key element.  This deformation is disastrous for him, because  if Kiko is wrong about the Passover celebrated by the Jews in first century Palestine, then he is WRONG about the worship of the first century Christians and WRONG about modern Catholic worship.  Read more.


Posted by Tim
Continued from Part 2

Full document here

1. Tricky Dick says: "The Bronze Opinion, argues that the property has been alienated, and therefore, the seminary is no longer diocesan, is unfounded and ridiculous." 

Thursday, October 20, 2016


Posted by Tim

I just finished reading this book on a recent trip. I couldn't put it down except for the times when it just got too depressing to continue and I needed an emotional break. 

I didn't know anything about the book before I started reading it other than it was sent to me with the recommendation that I read it with a view to the many parallels in the story to life in the Neocatechumenal Way, and specifically the Redemptoris Mater Seminaries, where young men, like the main character, are sucked into a cult and ordained to serve the founder's ambitious ends. 

At first I thought I was reading a work of fiction and had to stop and research the name "Miles Jesu," the religious community in which the main character, Andrew Lee Sullivan, was emotionally and psychologically tortured for nearly three decades, a community that had the "approval" of the pope and many bishops. 

Sadly, as Mr. Sullivan notes, the "spirit" of Vatican II has produced hundreds of these "ecclesial communities" many of which have ruined hundreds if not thousands of lives with abuse of every kind, including sexual, as was the case with Miles Jesu, and all protected by powerful corrupt forces in the Vatican. 

Amidst the horror of this story, there are some very beautiful and helpful lessons about the spiritual life, lessons which ultimately strengthened the main character and led to not only his escape, but finally, a VATICAN INTERVENTION.

You will notice many amazing parallels to the Arguello-spawned evil we are currently fighting in our midst. 

Here are the notes from

This is the true story of the bizarre, historic case of Andrew Lee Sullivan.

He exposes the hidden and outrageous world of a budding Catholic institute. A discarded insider and captive in an apartment near Rome, the once broken priest with suicidal tendencies survives. He shares his ordeal and bares his soul with raw sincerity.

In 1979, an idealistic and naïve Sullivan leaves California and joins a wannabe religious order named Miles Jesu. Two tragic but unclear realities threaten his future. The young man has a condition that retards the proper development of his emotional life. The eighteen year old unwittingly joins a cult. These two menaces trigger gradual human destruction. Life deteriorates into a victim’s futile attempts to endure a virtual sociopath.

Then a miracle of overwhelming love bursts in the soul of Father Sullivan. Secrets of the power of love, Jesus’ love transform him. All hell breaks loose. Breakneck emotional development surges. His only path to human salvation is to escape into the Vatican and face his worst fears. He must risk his future and unmask the cult to seize his freedom. Sullivan must face the consequences of feeling divine and human love for the first time.

Vatican Intervention advances fresh outlooks on universal themes: love, prayer, risk taking. This incredible love story of Church tragedy and hope underlines the existential nature of receiving love. It reveals the surprising impact therapeutic meditation can have on human emotions and their growth.

Superbly written, the story reflects Capote’s feel of real and Grisham’s page-turning narrative. While documenting a true testimony, it reads like compelling fiction.

This testimony is an ideal follow up story to Spotlight: the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Yet, Vatican Intervention shows blinding light at the end of the tunnel.

This book is especially suited for Christians and Catholics. It offers insight about church scandals and shares an epiphany of hope for anyone harmed by them. Bishops, priests, ministers, religious, seminarians, students, and church worshipers can discover enlightenment, healing, and the transforming power of love within its pages. Above all else, this is a book for anyone who has hit rock bottom in life.

Vatican Intervention is being adapted into a major motion picture by producer, Mario Domina of ThunderBall Films, Ltd. The original screenplay adaptation will be written by Brian L. Porter, author, screenwriter, and co-producer. Andrew Lee Sullivan will contribute as the co-writer and associate producer for the project.


Posted by Bob

Image result for the devil and daniel websterThe Devil and Daniel Webster  is a 1936 novel by Stephen Vincent Benét, made into a movie of the same name in 1941. The plot features a man who sold his soul to the devil for material gain. 

Of course Webster is the key player in the story. Like our own, Benét's Webster has a way with words. The clarity of expression, imagery and brevity of his words made his every utterance memorable. So there is an apt comparison between our Webster as we cheer him on in our struggle and the historical figure of Daniel Webster.

The other major figure in Benet's fiction is a man who sold his soul to the devil for material gain. If there is such a character in our struggle the reader can--well...

If you'd like to see a picture of Webster click on the link.


Posted by Tim

Tricky Dick says:

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Posted by Frenchie

After viciously attacking the visiting ad hoc committee, little Eusebio, made the point that the statutes of the Redemptoris Mater seminaries have been approved by the Holy Father, and by more than one hundred Cardinals, Archbishops and Bishops.

Have you ever heard that before? Doesn't it sounds like: "The Pope sent us"? "Who are you to doubt the Pope?"

Wednesday, October 19, 2016


Posted by Chuck White

Well, what do you know.  Thirteen years ago, two Japanese Catholic laymen protested the Neocatechumenal Way in their diocese.  Their "shepherd" writes two scathing pastoral letters against them, defaming them.  The laymen prevail in court.  Same shit, different bishop.


Posted by Tim

On October 11, 2016, Tricky Dick Eusebio and his cronies presented a letter to the media titled: RESPONSE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO THE VISITATION REPORT OF THE REDEMPTORIS MATER SEMINARY OF GUAM (RMS).

The letter (RESPONSE) begins:

NOTE: I will be helping Tricky Dick with his sentence construction and punctuation as we go through this. :)

Let us proceed.


Posted by Tim
Apparently there has been an accusation of abuse that has been submitted to the Chancery involving a local priest, jungle knows about it but they havnt said anything. This is the reason for delay in transfer to Lourdes.

-Jokers Wild

Ummm, we have been letting comments through about this since like forever! LOL

Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Posted by Bruce Williams

The Holy Rosary

Our Lord and our Lady appeared to Saint Dominic to urge him and inspire him to preach the Rosary more and more in order to wipe out sin and convert sinners and heretics.

Since its introduction, many great saints (including St. Padre Pio in recent times) have had a strong devotion to the Rosary, even saying many Rosaries themselves each day. The history of the 'heaven sent' Rosary has been filled with miracles, victories, conversions, and many other outstanding benefits. It can be said by the simplest, least educated person to the most educated. Popes, saints, and others have lavished the highest of praise on the Holy Rosary. Many that faithfully pray the Rosary may tell you great stories of the benefits the Rosary has brought to their lives. 
As Archbishop Fulton Sheen has said, "The power of the rosary is beyond description."

Liturgically, October is the month dedicated to the Holy Rosary. Queen of the Rosary Pray for us!

As we peaceful protest every Sunday morning while reciting the Holy Rosary let us pray for the conversion of sinners and heretics, a new Bishop, a vibrant clergy and return to the Liturgy under the General Instruction of the Roman Missal. 

St. Athanasius Pray for us!
St. Michael Defend us in Battle!

(Part 3) Novena's and Devotions


Posted by Webster.

An Apostolic Administrator is a prelate appointed by the Pope as the ordinary for an apostolic administration. The apostolic administration in this case is the Archdiocese of Agana that has an incapacitated archbishop (apostolic administrator sede plena) in apuron, as promulgated by the Holy Father.

By declaring this archdiocese sede plena, the Holy Father has suspended and stripped the power, authority, and control of this archdiocese from Archbishop apuron. Archbishop Savio Hon, when appointed by the Holy Father as Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Agana, has taken over the control, governance, and disposition of this archdiocese in all manner and respect, without exception and restriction. He is now the Ordinary and all power and authority that flowed to apuron under both civil and canon law now flows to and is exercised by the Apostolic Administrator, Archbsihop Savio Hon.

Any clergy, religious, and laity that says, believes, or does otherwise is defying the Holy Father.

Monday, October 17, 2016


posted by Jose M

Every Sunday morning, the messages on the signs of the picket are clear.  This weekend's activity saw no exception:

Return RMS

Moratorium On NCW


Guam Daily Post, October 17, 2016
Neil Pang


Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch Correspondant from Spain.

Title I Nature and implementation of the Neocatechumenal Way 

Art. 4 [Temporal goods] 
§ 1. The Neocatechumenal Way, being an itinerary of Catholic formation that is implemented in the dioceses through services freely given, has no material goods of its own.
§ 2. When in a diocese it is considered useful to financially support initiatives and activities for the evangelization realized through the Neocatechumenal Way, the diocesan bishop, at the request of the International Responsible Team of the Way, will consider the suitability of erecting an autonomous diocesan foundation, with juridical personality, regulated by its own statutes, which will also be recognized by the civil authorities. This may also be supported by oblatory donations made by participants in the Neocatechumenal Way, as well as by foundations and other individuals. 
§ 3. In the communities, collections are made to answer different needs. It is the task of the responsible team of the community and of the responsible teams of the Way at every level, to ensure that such collections are administered with a great sense of responsibility and respect for the law. 

Here there are some examples.

Saturday, October 15, 2016


(Posted by Frenchie)

It did not take long, after the return of the Stinking Monk to our shores, and the meeting of  convevience  of the local "leaders" of the NCW, or as I call it "the meeting of convenience", for the cadre of said NCW on the island to go on the offensive to salvage their loot.


Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch Correspondent from Spain.

Today I bring the translation of a sad testimony of a neocatechumenal young woman written on a Facebook group and published by Valentina Giusti, a former member and active writter in Neocatecumenali's blog.

"The story told, no more sad and deplorable than other stories of abuses in the so-called 'safe places' frequented by children (schools, sports groups, parish, family), it is interesting for us because it confirms how, inside the neocatechumenal communities, not only does not seem to be activated any protection for young people and children, especially when they are involved, as in this case, with "catechists" from a certain level, but rather, when the victim is left alone, isolated, and also faulted by those who, in this case, were responsible for the Neocatechumenal Way and priests, who supposedly should have helped her and have removed the 'wolf' from the flock ...

Here starts her testimony: 

Friday, October 14, 2016


Posted by Chuck White


Posted by Tim

Ridiculous Ric (Eusebio) has had a lot to say the last few days and has made many claims:
  • "...the ad hoc committee had a lack of knowledge about the seminary and revealed its "propagandistic aim and ideological nature" because the report was delivered to the media before seminary officials."
  • "...the majority of RMS funds already comes from private donations, and the net subsidy from the Archdiocese for 2016 was only $26,100."
  • "...the real amount of archdiocesan support to the seminary for the 2016 financial year was only five percent of the total budget."
  • "...over the last five years, the archdiocese has contributed to priests’ formation in the seminary with an annual average of five to eight percent of the budget."
  • "...during the 2016 financial year the priests related to the seminary donated $46,150 out of their salary, which the archdiocese counted instead as part of their contribution to the seminary."
  • "...RMS can grant formation and lodging to our (seminarians) for $10,000 per year.”
  • “the majority of the priests formed in the RMS...are serving in the parishes...where no other priest wants to go.”
  • "...the seminarians at their institution are granted degrees that are internationally recognized by the Lateran University of Rome, by the Congregation for Catholic Education in the Vatican, and many civil universities in the world, including in the United States."


Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch Correspondant from Spain.
Finally, in Neocatechumenal Insider's View it has been recognized the existance of the tithes. Good. Obligatory tithes "for wine, flowers, bread and other consumables" and, attention, "for the evangelization". At least, Diana! For the first time you have said exactly what we wanted you to recognize in public: 

Yes, Diana, we already knew it. But everytime somebody pronounces the damn word "money", all neocatechumenals around the world do rend their garments. 

Thursday, October 13, 2016


Posted by Chuck White


Posted by Bruce Williams

Michael Voris reports on the damning Wikileaks emails showing the Clinton campaign plotting a "revolution" within the Church.

The Catholic Church has always stood against the evils of Dictators, Socialism and Communism. Through out Her 2000+ history, the Church has been persecuted. Beginning with Stephen the first martyr who was killed in the Jewish Temple by St. Paul before his conversion, to the present day, the Church has and will always be "hated" and persecuted by the world and mammon.

Church leaders in America have succumbed to the Trojan Horse of SOCIAL JUSTICE which touts gender equality, poverty and the LGBTQ lifestyles. The ramifications have been devastating with over 50 % of Catholics voting for Obama in two elections. 

Here in the Archdiocese of Guam, the spotlight has been cast on another Trojan Horse that has enter the sanctuary. Rome fell to "immorality" and Apurun's pedophile past has exposed the "beast" that harbors the NCW and it's heresy, cultic practices and money laundering. 

Keep the faith and look to Heaven for the grace to endure the persecution to come. 

St. Athanasius Pray for us! 

St. Michael defend us in battle!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016


Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch Correspondent from Spain.

As you know, Kiko starts every "new" year with a must convivence for any neocatechumenal of the world. That first convivence of the year is to tell his people the last news on NCW and to expose what does the NCW say about an specific matter, trying to cook a mix between the teachings of the catholic Church and the teachings of Kiko and Carmen and their 12 Kephas and the 72 Wise. For example, past years it was about sexual morality, education of children, Purgatory and Hell, etc.

The matter depends on current facts. This year, Kiko could have focused on Amoris Laetitia by Pope Francis, but as it seems it is quite boring to talk about ecology and things like that. Apparently, God sent Kiko the event of Carmen's death and, to seize the moment, Kiko has focused this 2016/17 convivence only for neocatechumenal propaganda.