Wednesday, October 12, 2016

LFM GOES TONY HUNTING. LOL!


Archbishop Apuron rumored to be hiding-out at Yona seminary

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  1. So who is that guy/priest in the front who said the place is private property?
    Neo art in the front lobby....
    Pool looks well maintained also, no sign of algae if it has been sitting idle/unused

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    1. Preston Perez.....not a priest, only a seminarian

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    2. so fast for someone hiding behind "Anonymous" to name someone!

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    3. Are seminarians allowed to wear a collar if they are not ordained?

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    4. It depends on the seminary. However, generally, in the Novus Ordo, they wear them after attaining the position of "lector" or "acolyte." Here's more:

      http://thinkingofpriesthood.org/support-vocations/resources/doc_view/51-question-about-seminarians-wearing-clerical-clothing

      But specific to RMS, full "clerical garb" is critical to their infiltration of the Church. Sadly, our own "non-neo" priests have created this opportunity for them by mostly casting aside their "clerics" especially whenever they appear "outside." We laity find security in seeing our priests look like priests, in the church and without. The Kikos have capitalized on this need and the non-neo's apathy, inserting themselves into this void, albeit in disguise. So it is not surprising to see only a seminarian in full uniform at RMS.

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    5. His name is Preston Perez. I went to San Vicente with him @anon19:51 and who is he to shut the door on the faithfull who keep those doors open?

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  2. Good job ladies. You see that fake priest who tried to close the door? Damn, "this is a "PRIVATE" residence".....are you kidding me? That's like the biggest private residence on guam and guam Catholics aren't welcomed in there but yet they need our money on the Sunday collections.... WOW, just AMAZING!!

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    1. Who's money ... who's the one that say's stop the money? ladies, I all think you left your false teeth at home, all that mumbling.

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    2. Oh dear Rude-Eee my money is on those women any day.

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    3. Rude-Eee's next!

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  3. Makes me wonder, what do they teach in that luxurious seminary? And is that how a priest is supposed to treat his fellow Roman Catholics? Isnt a priest welcoming and unbiased amidst chaos (if any)? OMGoodness! It is awful. God help us all. By the way, why is that place a private residence? or private property? Since when adai are the faithful not allowed access when they are the ones who made it possible to finance the whole castle. Ombre Iya, mungga ma dagi.

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    1. That's it nai Chelu, they're no Catholic. That was no priest, that was just another one of archbishop Apuron's boy snacks.

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    2. let one without sin cast the first stone

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    3. Boy snacks-that would be funny if it wasn't so tragic.

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    4. To 7:52. While we are prohibited from pronouncing judgement on one's soul, we are commanded to judge right from wrong.

      John 7:24, Jesus said "Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment"

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    5. so YOU must be in the right. YOU must have been given that right by God himself. stay humble tim and go after the mission to hold apuron accountable. for when judgement gets passed on you by others there may not be mercy bestowed to you.

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  4. You ROCK, Ladies!!! Yep, their "private" residence, BOUGHT AND PAID FOR BY THE UNSUSPECTING CATHOLICS OF GUAM AND A GENEROUS BENEFACTOR WHO WAS PURPOSELY DECEIVED BY AAA. Hope their "missionaries" are enjoying their life of luxury while we're paying for them along with their first class travel benefits! Such a bunch of charlatans and a shameful SHAM!!!!! Ann A.

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  5. It is hilarious! Well done, ladies! :-) I believe that is why some priests (especially current cardinals and bishops) are so afraid of getting the lay women more involved into Church's affairs: invalid seminary, invalid ordinations, invalid liturgy, invalid canonical investigation, invalid jubilee of mercy... They would expose those fake Neo-profiles immediately!

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  6. Maybe the former Cemeteries Board should have employed the RMS groundskeeper for the cemeteries? Not a weed in sight.

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    1. I thought the same thing! The grounds of that Private Property RMS are well manicured!

      Jackie - Why did you not use the Entrusted Funds to hire the Private Property RMS groundskeeper to maintain our cemeteries?

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    2. Because the monies were used for Monsignor James party.
      I bet this won't be posted. To scared for the truth

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    3. LOL. "Anonymous" accuses ME of being "to (sic) scared for the truth." LOL. Ummm, you're kinda late, dude. This is like SO OLD. Go back to your hole at RMS.

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    4. Maintenance help, my a$%. This is the illegal immigrant operation which, which because RMS is a supposed "religious institution" is able to bypass normal procedures for work visa's, etc. One "missionary" family has had children here and has (at least in the past) been able to avail themselves to WIC and other government funded aid programs.

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    5. Correct, Tim, and a couple of them have taken over the Archbishop's residence too. One supposedly helps in Chancery ground maintenance and the woman cooks lunch for Archbishop Hon Tai Fai and Fr. Jeff. That is all this couple does, receiving maintenance salaries while they use the central airconditioning in that big house. They might say that its their private residence too? Chase these leeches out! Meanwhile, the people of the Archdiocese end up paying for Hon Tai Fai's lodging in the former Carmelite Community house in Tamuning. He ought to be at the Archbishop's residence instead! The brave ladies of LMF ought to go to San Ramon Hill too, and find out the truth. These illegals need to scram!

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    6. 10:03 Donald Trump TIM, build a wall ass hole if you don't like illegal immigrant,Racist you Oughta to know better,

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    7. Anonymous October 12, 2016 at 9:57 PM - You posted "Because the monies were used for Monsignor James party. I bet this won't be posted. To scared for the truth" - Well, it is posted and I would like to make a comment on your posting:

      What is it that you cannot understand and comprehend about Monsignor James' party? In very elementary English - There was proof in writing that the money was PAID BACK WITH INTEREST - Interest - EXTRA MONEY! NO MONEY WAS LOST!

      Then explain to me why the cemeteries are in horrible conditions after Jackie and her cohorts took over! Have you asked Jackie and "Her Board" where is the money that should have kept the cemeteries manicured? Let them show where the money went, in writing, like what was submitted on Monsignor James' behalf!

      Praying to My True God TO PLEASE HELP THESE PEOPLE!

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  7. @taki biha's in vid

    I'm pretty sure they would get the same door slammed in their biudda faces had they approached say St. John's school, Guam High School (DODEA), or some convalescent home acting the way they did in this video... carrying signs and acting all matapang... especially the heavy one in the blue sombrero..

    as the saying goes.... Ha fa cha puputa san hilo na kinni sampapana..

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    1. Love gay people, give peace and love to neighbors and enemies, pray to god, ask forgiveness, kiss feet, share a meal with enemies, forgive others, show compassion, use better words rather than "boy snacks", preach the word of god, etc.

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    2. There is nothing wrong and everything right with naming things for what they are especially when it is EVIL. Apuron treats young men and boys as "snacks."

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    3. "A rose called by another other name would smell as sweet." William Shakespeare.
      "A neo called by any other name would stink like rotten shrimp." Popular Opinion

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    4. Who Cares @ 4:14 PM - You really think that the places you mentioned in your posting would really have "the same door slammed in their biudda faces"? I think those places have more class than that!

      @taki biha as your @ sign must really make your Grandmother Very Proud - If You Have One! The Grandmothers that I know on Guam are the best in the World - Even Better than the Actual "Mothers" themselves!

      If you want to being sarcastic, do not use your Grandmother and the older generations as your punch line. It is not funny and it makes you sound like a pathetic little mole!

      WoW! Your whole family must be Really Really REALLY PROUD OF YOU!




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    5. Lady in blue hat?? The best.

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    6. Preston cannot make a comeback here. Guess he'll be off to China too. Adios.

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  8. Apuron isn't there. He's been hiding in San Francisco the past few months. Archbishop Hon went to San Francisco just recently, kinda makes you wonder. Hmm...

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    1. He is in Guam.

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    2. Must have gotten through Immigration in drag? He is capable of doing anything possible to get to his snacks, even destroying the local Archdiocese he was tasked to lead.

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    3. that apuron, archbishop of the diocese of agana, has to hide (no matter where he is) from his parishioners speaks volumes.

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  9. Tim one of the guys touched the arm of the Lady. That is abuse also. He had no right to touch her.

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    1. Does that lady have a right to open the door to a private residence and block the door from closing with her body? She shouldn't open the door once it was closed and told that they're not welcomed

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    2. LOL. For fifteen years we were told that this was "a seminary for Guam," in order to bilk us for millions of dollars. And now suddenly, when someone wants to see it, it's a "private residence." The door, by the way, is the door to the "reception" area. Some reception. This place is going to come down soon. And this little event, thanks to Mr. Perez, just sealed its fate. How appropriate that it was a local Kiko.

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    3. I was looking at paintings on the wall. i asked my staff to place the video clip on big TV so i can get a good look inside. It look like Hotel reception desk with horrible kiko art.But the grounds pool look beautiful.Imagine each morning being greeted by those ocean views. It must be paradise to live there if it were not dangeous to my eternal salvation.

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    4. Tim future Casino!!! Tim, been working real hard on it,nice ocean views a lot of rooms for your grand kids to turn to prostiution,homeless,drug addicts,thieves.thank Tim for that.

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  10. Remains uncertain if Mr.Preston Ordained. should he have been ordained by Archbishop Apuron it becomes a questionable ordination.

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    1. why don't you ask him?!

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    2. They tried to but he ran away just like your serial pedophile archbishop.

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    3. Preston. Leave and go to a real seminary. You used to be a good looking boy. You look like u r in a dark place. Get out!

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  11. Now I understand better why Kiko wants for his seminarians a life as princes during their seminary time. They will be eternaly grateful for the NCW and totally submissive.

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  12. Apparently there was no room at the Inn.

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  13. Tony Boy and Pius are now, for all intents and purposes, in prison, physically and mentally.

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    1. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 12, 2016 at 9:34 PM

      And in prison spiritually!

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  14. Biba LFM! LOL! The response by the seminarian is a "classic" example of the fruits of the Roach Motel Seminary. Pius and apurun were ready to open the trap door in room 124.

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  15. NCW, a missionary outreach? Baloney! The luxurious lifestyle is far from conventional missionary life, so not really "missionary." The moniker "outreach" is not in its altruistic sense but rather a demand for "outreach" by other people to treat them like princes and princesses!

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  16. Great job ladies. How dare they claim that the seminary is a private residence when the mortgage is paid by the very people they were turning away. I see that the Kiko kaka has ruined Preston Perez's mind.

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    1. the residence of a priest and/or seminarians and/or convent are private! the church, the building, is not. why don't you all go and run your mouth on the doorstep of the vatican.

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    2. Is that you Preston? They didn't go into your bedroom so quit whining unless you have something to hide there like a life-sized cardboard cutout of your beloved Tony on your wall over your bed or even worse, Tony on your bed.

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    3. Anon @ 3:35--
      They weren't entering the private rooms---that was the reception area of the seminary, which isn't private.

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  17. They (Neo's) said only the chancery can approve? But the last time they said no and said only Filoni can approve? Who the heck is in charge of Guam??? Protest more at Yona now!

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  18. Where was the cadaver during this visit? Hiding in some corner from the angry mob?

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    1. Cadaver? Unconscious.

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    2. Thats why they closed the doors.see ?

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  19. Yeah that was a angry mob!!Yak Yak Yak.....LOL go Home before you have a arch-attack.

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  20. That GD Lurch sending custodian and seminarian sporting clerics to respond. Get that idiot off this island.

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  21. I wonder how they would respond if the benefactors came to the door???? Watch out.

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