Saturday, October 1, 2016

NOW DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

Catholic Cemeteries Board of Directors

Dennis Santo Tomas, Chairperson
Roland San Agustin, Vice-Chairperson
Jacqueline Taitano Terlaje, Secretary
Wayne Santos, Director
Lilian Perez-Posada, Director
Rev. Jose Alberto Rodriguez, Administrator





12 comments:

  1. But yet this board can put all their effort into trying to file police and ag reports and ignore the way the cemeteries are kept. What a damn disgrace. I say Hon should disband all those neostupids and put responsible people that know what respect means.

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  2. All hard core Neos.

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  3. The Neos apparently do not believe there is need to pray for the dead, and thus, they probably do not see a need to respect the sacredness of their resting places. And it would then follow they do not have any respect for the bodies of the dead which were temples of the Holy Spirit, and will one day be raised from the dead.

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  4. It's all about the money to these Neos. Anywhere they can get it for their own agenda.

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    1. The Neos are trying to paint a picture of Monsignor James as untrustworthy and self serving. What they don't realize is that he's neither and quite the opposite despite their many attempts to prove it. Through it all, he's continued ministering to the faithful and obeying his superiors even when this blog has demonstrably shown their weaknesses. Ti maimaigu si Yu'os! God is not sleeping.

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    2. A group of us devoted to Carmel visit the sisters grave at the old monastery. Let's put it this way the son of man has no where to lay his head, the grave is a mess

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  5. Will the agat mayor's office loan bush cutter/lawn mower to Rev. Jose Alberto Rodriguez
    so he can beautify the agat cemetery

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    1. I have a lawn mower and bushcutter that you can use on presbyter Jose Alberto Rodriguez. Oh, my bad, you mean you want him to use my lawn mower and bushcutter. I don't think he knows how to operate them.

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  6. NEOs see as NEOs do
    NEOs love their Kiko too.
    Talk the talk and walk the walk
    But all we smell is Kikos poo.

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  7. November 2 - All Souls' Day is dedicated to prayers for the dead and this is the day that the cemeteries on Guam is at its most beautiful. This is only a month away.

    Will the so called Catholic Cemeteries Committee members be out there making sure that the cemeteries are suitable for families to come and honor their Loved Ones? H_ll No! The families of the beloved departed will be the ones cleaning up around their loved ones graves. What a bunch of Shameful CHAMORRO SO CALLED CATHOLIC PEOPLE!

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  8. - Now that All Souls' Day is over, will the newly elected Catholic Cemeteries Board of Directors Members keep up the beautiful job that the families of our Beloved Departed did with their Loved Ones' final resting places? I looked at all the pictures that Pacific Daily News posted in the paper and I was totally proud of all the families! It was like the good old days when I would come home and go to the cemetery to visit with my Mom and Dad!

    What a difference from the picture above!

    Thank You Guam Familia!

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 4, 2016 at 5:52 AM

      I echo JDR's sentiments --- Thank you to the NEW Catholic Cemeteries Board!

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