Thursday, October 13, 2016

IN THE NEWS: SEMINARY PROTESTERS TURNED AWAY

Posted by Chuck White

Group of Catholics protest at Yona seminary

Pacific Daily News 
A group of women Catholics held a protest at the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona Wednesday, saying they believe Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron and the Rev. Pius Sammut, the highest official in the Neocatechumenal Way hierarchy on Guam, are back ...

Protestors turned away from seminary

The Guam Daily Post (press release) (registration)
Members of the Catholic lay organization the Laity Forward Movement (LFM) were turned away from the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona when they made a surprise visit to the property late yesterday morning. Lou Klitzkie, who heads the group of ...



9 comments:

  1. Preston and Enrico look like lovebirds in the photos. I wouldn't be surprised if I'm right with the way they were acting and standing so close to each other.

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  2. This from the RMS Sydney Australia website..

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    I welcome you to our website, and hope that your visit may not remain “virtual” and passive but you may be inspired to become involved.

    Pray for me!

    Fr Eric Skruzny

    Rector

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  3. Preston & friends totally need to enthusiastically pretend that Apuron is innocent, while they cover him, while they live in the stolen Yona property covered by a doctored certificate...
    No choice but being hypocrites, fearing the ruthless Neo-revenge if they leave the sinking ship, and even having to hope the pedo-Apuron gets away with everything in reasonable time and ordains them (or dies and immediately gets succeeded by some Neo-friendly bishop).

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  4. Tim, when was the last time anyone heard from AAA? Guilty or not, he should have at least said something by now. Our island's faithful seem to have been abandoned by him! Unbelievable!! Even his fellow NeoCats claim to not know where he is!

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  5. AAA's fellow NeoCats may claim not to know where he is, but remember NeoCats don't think lying is a sin.

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  6. The press conference by Eusebio yesterday removes the grey clouds over my head. His speech now only confirms that the RMS DOES NOT BELONG TO THE ARCHDIOCESE OF AGANA. Eusebio just kicked himself in the mouth. I want to thank him for clarifying this matter.

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    1. Where Ol where would Rick
      be chill'n whense Lujan seek
      him for the serving;
      exposed or deposed,
      we'll all soon be a learning.

      (someoneplease pinch me!)

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    2. Esta! Hagu pagu, Rick. Go! (there, now it's your turn, Rick)

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  7. Apuron's ending reminds me of Sadaham of Iraq. After a long evil dictatorship each is removed at the end. They go into retirement or death with the evils of their rule exposed. This is the real tragic end. Those we respected as our religious leaders were fake liers fooling us in a sham. This is the real tragedy that sinks my heart.

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