Monday, October 31, 2016

HEY DIANA

Guess what I got!


32 comments:

  1. Shit in the eye Timmy!!i thought it came out of your mouth, LOL

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    1. Always the clever one . . . Lol!

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    2. Its all that shit that rolls from the top of the NCW hill, when you look up you see all the assholes.

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    3. Aah! The fascinating Mr. Potty mouth is back. Scatology anyone???
      One of the beautiful fruit of the NCW is gracing our pages with his wisdom (or lack of).
      The success of Kiko has been to find the lowest common denominator among his followers. Obviously it has something to do with excrements.
      Nothing surprising here. In fact it explains the olfactive discomfort most of us experience around the putrid monk and his cohorts.

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    4. You Oughta know 6:shit PM

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  2. Hey, Tim, why are you talking to a living lie, a phantom? Repeat after me...she is not real, she is not real, she is not real. Diana is not real. Did that help?

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    1. LOL. Oh, she's real alright. LOL.

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    2. is it still Mae?

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  3. OK Timmy Trump.LOL.

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  4. Timmy!! Since it's Halloween can you just post it already! We already can guess it's either evil, gross, or wrong....

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  5. I would like to know if there is a connection between Clinton's emails and Diana's blog.

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  6. The name of the next bishop of Agana. Woohoooo!!!

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    1. Maybe new Bishop will be announced at the closing of the year of Mercy. Hopefully!

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    2. Auxiliary Bishop Michael Byrnes from Detroit

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  7. The Holy Father has appointed SE Mons. Jude Michael Byrnes. Prior to his appointment he was serving as the titular Bishop of Eguga and auxiliary of Detroit.

    http://www.kuam.com/story/33519516/2016/10/31/rome-makes-major-announcement-regarding-leadership-of-local-catholic-church

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  8. Vatican has announced coadjutor bishop for agana... mons Byrnes of Detroit.

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  9. The mission of Sacred Heart Major Seminary on Detroit Michigan is simple and compelling: to educate and form priests, deacons, and lay ministers to be leaders of the new evangelization of our increasingly secularized world.
    Sacred Heart’s students are formed by highly-credentialed instructors who teach according to the mind of the Church. Students are inspired by the example of the Good Shepherd and the surrounding urban environment to answer the call to serve human needs. Called into a transforming relationship with Jesus Christ, students are thereby prepared to assist others into that same intimate friendship.

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  10. What Is the New Evangelization? (Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit Michigan).

    http://mosaic.shms.edu/what-is-the-new-evangelization/

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  11. On May 5, 2011, Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron ordained the Most Rev. Michael J. Byrnes auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit. Since 2004, Bishop Byrnes had served as vice rector of Sacred Heart Major Seminary, where he earned his Master of Divinity.

    Bishop Byrnes was ordained a priest by Cardinal Adam Maida in 1996. He later studied in Rome at the Pontifical Gregorian University where he earned a doctorate of sacred theology in 2003. Bishop Byrnes, a native of Detroit, also served as pastor of Presentation/ Our Lady of Victory Parish from 2004 until his ordination as bishop in 2011.
    Bishop Byrnes serves as episcopal vicar and regional moderator for the Northeast Region of the archdiocese.
    Born: Aug. 23, 1958 (Detroit, Michigan)
    Ordained Priest: May 25, 1996
    Appointed Aux. Bishop of Detroit and Titular Bishop of Eguga: March 22, 2011
    Ordained Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit: May 5, 2011

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  12. Nomina del vescovo coadiutore a Guam.

    http://m.vatican.va/content/francescomobile/it.html#salastampabollettino

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  13. Bishop Byrnes was ordained a priest by Cardinal Adam Maida in 1996. He later studied in Rome at the Pontifical Gregorian University where he earned a doctorate of sacred theology in 2003. Bishop Byrnes, a native of Detroit, also served as pastor of Presentation/ Our Lady of Victory Parish from 2004 until his ordination as bishop in 2011.

    The Pontifical Gregorian University (Italian: Pontificia Università Gregoriana; also known as the Gregorianum, or the PUG, or Greg) is a pontifical university located in Rome, Italy. It was originally a part of the Roman College founded in 1551 by Saint Ignatius of Loyola.[1] The Collegio included all grades of schooling, and it is its university division of philosophy and theology that was given Papal approval in 1556 that made it the first university founded by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). In 1584 the university was given a grandiose home by Pope Gregory XIII, after whom it was renamed.[2] Only the theology and philosophy departments survived the political turmoil in Italy after 1870. Its international faculty serves around 3800 students from over 150 countries.

    Today the university has about 3,800 students from more than 150 countries. It discontinued in the late 1960s/early 1970s the use of Latin as the principal language used by lecturers and examiners.[4] The majority of students are priests, seminarians, and members of religious orders. After the Second Vatican Council, the first women to earn doctoral degrees at the university were Sandra Schneiders, I.H.M., and Mary Milligan, R.S.H.M. Both became authorities in New Testament Theology and Christian Spirituality. The majority of the professors are of the Jesuit order.[4] In recent years, however, there has been a higher representation of laity in both the faculty and student body; today, lay men and women represent about 30 percent of the student body.[4]
    Since the Gregorian is a pontifical university, the Holy See accredits its curriculum, and its degrees have full effect in canon law. Through it also licentiates in philosophy and theology are conferred by some Jesuit colleges worldwide, entitling recipients to teach in seminaries.

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  14. Michael Jude Byrnes, auxiliary Bishop of Detroit (USA), named "auxiliary Bishop" for Guam:

    http://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/it/bollettino/pubblico/2016/10/31/0780/01758.html#ag

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  15. ???

    http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2016/10/31/pope-appoints-new-coadjutor-archbishop-archdiocese/93050620/

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  16. KUAM News: Bishop Michael Byrnes says he humbled by the Pope’s appointment as Coadjutor Archbishop of Agana. "The great spiritual writer, Blessed Columba Marmion, wrote, 'The task of the priest is to give Jesus to the world.' That is what I have endeavored to do as an auxiliary bishop here in Detroit, and I look forward to giving Jesus to the thousands of people who live in the island of Guam. I have learned that the Catholic faith has long been embraced on the island, and the faith of the people is rooted in a rich history of devotion to Jesus and to His Blessed Mother. At the same time, there are always challenges to face. With my brother priests and deacons, with the catechists and other pastoral workers, and above all with the spiritual gifts of the People of God, I trust we will persevere in faith, hope and love, and will exercise the 'wisdom from above' (James 3:17) to meet these challenges,” stated Bishop Byrnes in a statement released by the Archdiocese of Detroit.
    The release goes on to state that Bishop Byrnes will be given the full pastoral responsibility and administrative authority in the archdiocese. “Archbishop Byrnes has given exemplary pastoral service in the Archdiocese of Detroit, most recently in leading us to prepare for Synod 16 as part of our efforts to Unleash the Gospel," said Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron. "Now God has chosen him for a challenging mission almost a half-a-world away. Pope Francis, in sending Archbishop Byrnes to Guam, has recognized that he possesses not only the talents, but above all the deep faith in Jesus Christ that make him suitable for this apostolic work. He goes with our love and our prayers."

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  17. Please post Hon letter that was read at Church. Thank You.

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  18. "Bishop Byrnes is expected to stay in Detroit until late November before transitioning to his new role in Guam". Are we still waiting for Archbishop Hon to use "his power" to do the right thing by dissolving the RMS Board of Directors and appointing a new board to return the Yona Property back to the patrimony of the Archdiocese of Hagatna?

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  19. Whooo hooo 2:21 you win!!!

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  20. Is Hon cleaning house at the Chancery? Hearing that some positions held by Neo followers are being removed. This is prudent move by Hon to remove all influence of the NCW cult from the archdiocese, starting from the top.

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    1. ALL Neo followers must be removed from leadership positions in our archdiocese as they are always finding ways to promote the NCW.

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