Friday, October 14, 2016

IN THE NEWS: RMS NOT ACCEPTING MONEY FROM ARCHDIOCESE

Posted by Chuck White




Yona seminary to no longer accept funding from archdiocese

Chloe B Babauta, Pacific Daily News
www.guampdn.com/story/news/2016/10/13/yona-seminary...funding.../91985112/
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Board: No more archdiocesan funds for seminary

Neil Pang, The Guam Daily Post



55 comments:

  1. That is great! I urge their "donors" to also stop contributing to a sham of a seminary.

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  2. Wow! I think if the RMS Board prays hard enough, maybe money will fall from the sky--Divine Providence. Seriously?! RMS believes that God will provide a sham seminary with the resources needed to form ill-prepared seminarians for the priesthood?! Give me a break!

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  3. Two-word response to neo's claim of "not accepting money from the Archdiocese": Yea, right!

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  4. Maybe the donors can sue RMS for misrepresentation.

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  5. It's interesting to hear the lament about the high cost of seminaries off island. Yes, the cost is high. But it is an investment in a solid education and formation of our future priests we are willing to support.

    We can compare Fr. Richard Kidd to any "graduate" of RMS Guam. Actually we can't. It would be unfair. Even if we combined all the "graduates" they would pale in comparison.

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    1. Absolutely Andrew! Attended Mass at St. Anthony's Sunday evening where Fr. Kidd celebrated the Sacrifice with power and "manly reverence". His homily was excellent and to the point.

      Ricky's rhetoric reminds me of a preysbiters homily,no passion, no substance. Leaves you in the air waiting for the punchline, which never comes.

      Ric demonstrates the poor preparation and catechesis of the WAY. Hon close the Roach Motel, Guam needs priest that have the proper training and skills to lead souls to heaven.

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    2. That is cold Mr. Camacho. You are comparing apples to oranges.Fr. Kidd I am sure went to a seminary as the one Msgr B ,Fr Mike Crisostomo and Fr Jeff went to lol. HIGHER STANDARDS.

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    3. Anon @ 12:00 AM: Please reread Mr. Camacho's post. He basically said that all of the RMS graduates combined will not even come close to Fr. Kidds credentials.

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    4. You reread MY POST ANON 2:04 ... Not talkin about RMS credentials talkin bout the schooling the Msgr B , Fr Jeff n Fr Miget ... whom you imply hailed fr a superior seminary id b very careful - an embezzler, an emotional wreck, and an alledged ABM ( AND DON'T LET ME SPELL THAT OUT).Like I said DONT EVEN COMPARE! Hows them apples!?

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    5. Adrian, Adrian, calm the f#ck down. Why don't you suck on a couple of Edi the Waldo's oranges and get your a$$ down to Umatac. How's them oranges?

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    6. Adrian is AWOL.

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    7. Lol ANON 1:01 I, as it be , am not Fr Adrian. I though admire his tenacity. I know they lead a life of duplicity.

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    8. Jonathan Diaz is that you!

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    9. Adrian Cristobal and Jonathan Diaz together?..Wow!!...Who would've thought. Not surprised though. They have a history together.

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    10. On K57 they suggested changing the disobedient presbyter's locks while he is out. After all, isn't Adrian the one who thought up that cruel action against Fr. Paul 3 years ago?

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  6. I pray Eusebio's called on Divine Providence for support of this Kiko semenary does not really mean off the skin and bones, rather at the expense of simple people like Jose and Maria.

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  7. Dick and his NCW buddies just don't get it. We do not want to fund a fake seminary, but it doesn't stop there, We want the property back to the archdiocese and the NCW out of Guam.

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    1. Yes. Well since they say they do not want our funds and since they also say that they do not own the property, let's make them pay rent. LOL.

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    2. I really like that idea, Tim. Seriously, is this legally feasible?

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  8. Sounds like Ric is trying to buy some time for some clandestine operation to take place by the neocatechumenal way. AB Hon, it's your turn to move.

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  9. Not only is Eusebio going to Rome but Jackie is tagging along.

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    1. Good. We have people waiting. They're so stupid.

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    2. No your so dumb Tim. You don't know what is coming your way. Just like you assume Archbishop Apuron on island. So you send the ole ladies feel like mule going down to Yona. Wake up folks yOur being MANIPULATE by the puppet master. LOL.

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    3. Guessing the seminarians are activated

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    4. ahaha, anon at 1.04, according to the NCW, the Institute is teaching ESL, with trained teachers,and have joined a well known program....From what we read, I hope you are not one of the glaring example of their success.....

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    5. Anonymous October 15, 2016 at 1:04 PM - Proper English Please! It really bugs me when people cannot write in English and insist that they be heard! Especially when they are posting on a website with Grown Folks!

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  10. So the neo's "not accepting money from the Archdiocese". Ok? Is the donor of the seminary aware that the seminary is taken over by the neo's ?

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    1. Yes. The donor wrote Apuron a letter in 2015 stating specifically that she had NEVER heard of RMS or the Neocatechumenal Way. Read THE ULTIMATE TREACHERY above tab.

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  11. So ridiculous, You Neos!

    We don't care if you fund your own church, your own semenary.

    We don't want your presbyters!

    Give us back our Accion property and all control of it! Get off our island!

    Neos, go home!

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    1. Me thinks the neos are here to stay. Their talons are dug deep .

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    2. Ready with the nail clippers, or chain saw, whatever you prefer.

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    3. Hey Anon @ 12:13 AM: Me thinks that you stinks and yes, talons can dig deep but don't forget that they also fly away too! lol!!

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  12. Archdiocese, shut those stupid neo board members-- Cemetery and RMS--Up!

    Forget your internal, pastoral ways of handling them. They don't care to respect your authority nor our people!

    Msgr. James is innocent!
    RMS is a sham!

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  13. I would be more impressed if the RMS offered to refund the millions of dollars they have bilked the archdiocese and us lay people out of over the years. We want our money and land back. Until our money and land have been returned the brave Laity Forward Movement ladies have every right to enter and visit the "seminary." Thank you ladies for having the guts to do what most of us are afraid to do.

    Agnes

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    1. That is not.yours Agnes. Keep your pennies. LOL

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    2. ESL alert, ESL alert!!

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    3. Anonymous 1:00 p.m. I was deceived by sweaty, slimy presbyter "Fr." Ivan from Malta who told us that we were helping form priests for Guam. I was tricked into donating $10,000 over 15 years to an institution devoted to destroying my Church. I only came to realize the truth from Tim Rohr's blog. Now I am suspicious of even non-NCW priests.
      Agnes

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    4. "The Catholic faithful backs Tim Rohr and all his musing, the strongly organized CCoG, the LFM (the golden women), the growing grass roots Catholics in fighting to take back our authentic Catholic Faith, our churches, our parishes. Thanks for the reinstatement of our good priests and deacons"

      Join us as we continue to picket tomorrow 9:00 - 9:45AM (rain or shine)in front of the Cathedral Basilica.

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  14. AB Hon says he doesn't know where Apuron is. Rick Eusebio, RMS BOD (I presume he is speaking as well on behalf of NCW) say he doesn't know where Apuron is. So by extension, neither the Archdiocese nor NCW knows where Apuron is. If Apuron is off-island, I conjecture NCW knows (Domus Galilae or Qatar). If Apuron is on-island. I conjecture somebody in the Chancery knows. // Somebody ain't telling us the truth.

    Let's send out an APB, and a bounty reward to anyone who spots him. (Try Apuron St. in Adacao as well!) Let's flush him out. Guam is such a small place to remain hidden, granted Kimoi eluded us for years, hiding in the jungles of Guam. Maybe the other Jungle could expose him.

    What a life he must be leading - a prisoner in his own kingdom. Worse than Saddam Hussein.

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  15. Kiko's flying saucer, the SS HeavensGate, will be hovering over the RMS to drop off the divine providence Ric and the rest of the NCW are hoping for. They'd better be ready and not forget to wear their black long sleeve t-shirts, black pants and the required black athletic shoes when this all takes place. I hear Brother Tony will be at the steering wheel and will be needing some boy snacks for the long trip back.

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  16. -Give RMS back to Guam Catholics
    -Pay back all the money we gave you. We thought it was for archdiocesan purposes but were deceived.
    -Neos, get of our island!

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    1. Pay back us and donors too, you thieves .

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  17. Sad our priest in Santa Rita has RMS credentials.

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    1. You can tell by his homilies.

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    2. and his accent......

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  18. of course the ncw will now say that they don't want archdiocesan money. tim posted about this scenario some weeks ago.

    the ncw milked (or juiced) the people for as long as they could. but now that they've been exposed, they no longer can. however, their much higher priority is to keep rms open. they'll bring in off-island funds to do it, if necessary.

    so now what? the ncw has basically conceded that the rms is not for the archdiocese. but they also insist that the property doesn't belong to them. at the same time, they've claimed that the so-called deed restriction granted rms perpetual use of the property, but that the archbishop has power over rms.

    it's time to force them to admit their own bullshit to the public: make rms pay rent under threat of eviction. they will refuse to do so, because they own it.

    or, it's possible they may also go ahead and pay the rent, to try to avoid any further attention that pose a risk to their power. this possibility to me seems much more shady.

    your move, hon. the clock's ticking.

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  19. For some reason , Makes no difference what country they're from, they all have the same accent as Pius the PUTRID. Does tat strike anyone is strange?

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  20. Sounds like the tithes will be used as their divine providence. No more flowers, no more candles, no more consumables. Tithes and Offerings will be used for the Divine Providence.

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  21. An interesting point, that most people have totally overlooked regarding this "press conference".
    A glaring and obvious absence at this conference.
    The Rector of RMS and the Dean of Studies for the Blessed Diego Institute: Msgr David Quitagua JCD was nowhere to be seen or heard from.
    Too bad the mainstream Media did not catch on this, and asked about it. It would have been fun to hear the justification.
    Give them more rope please!!

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    1. Frenchie; the media did ask... The response was that The Lurch was not feeling well.

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    2. Even when he was briefly assigned as rector at the cathedral David C. was rarely around-and certainly not missed. We parishioners largely ran the parish ourselves. David C. seemed to be rector in name only.

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    3. Anonymous 9:52 p.m. Convenient excuse, often used.

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