In my Diocese, the NCW mission families were put on the diocesan payroll, while the NCW paid cash money to the diocese, from an unknown source on a regular basis, presumably to pay back the diocese for the income paid to the families.Of course, the intention was to make it appear that the mission families were employed, so that, after a period of time, they would qualify for government benefits.All the time, of course, the NCW claim they have no material assets of their own (according to their statutes).This is quite clearly money laundering, and presumably the same arrnagement is made for NCW families in other places around the world.Not only that, but the mission families are given discounts on Catholic education and regular access to support from Catholic charities.This is what the NCW call "providence". And its all free.A miracle!
I guess I am "providence" when I donate to my old alma mater. It would be interesting to see what students get tuition discounts and scholarships. NO MORE FROM ME!
As mentioned, the facts, after I learned them, were better than my speculation. The pr joys board approved the expenditure. It was not an advance to be paid back. Msgr.'s family only decided to pay it back after Apuron mistreated James as a way to send a message. F-U. Any company, non-profit or otherwise, can spend money on anything except that which is prohibited by its bylaws. Of course the real issue now is that Jackie LIED.
Another Great Article LaPaz!
Thank you LaPaz. I threw out the bait and the dungbat Diana took it all, hook, line and sinker and has confirmed my suspicions. The RMS and the NCW is nothing but a money laundering sham on the island. Keep up the good work and keeping us informed.
So AnonymousOctober 4, 2016 at 5:17 PM said: NCW gets the money from their own pockets (church donations) Or from selling something of their own that they have no use for. (RMS seminary) and like Diana says...their work income..(we're back to church donations). lol!!