Wednesday, November 30, 2016


Overwhelm with bullshit (Tricky Dick) and noise:


Archbishop Michael Byrnes holds his second news briefing at the Hagatna Cathedral.

  • says this is about "pain"
  • up to us to bring about healing
  • starts in the heart, conversion
  • see past the pain of betrayal
  • see the face of Jesus
  • first order of business: meet with priests
  • victims support group (sister angela)
  • will apuron be facing jail time in the vatican
  • is filoni your superior
  • filoni oversees missionary dioceses
  • will meet with RMS on friday
  • will press be able to follow you on that tour
  • byrnes: that's up to the seminary

Hmmm. That last one is a problem. A reporter asked Byrnes if he had any plans to visit the seminaries. He replied he would be visiting RMS on Friday. The reporter asked if the press would be able to follow him on that tour. Byrnes replied: "I don't know. That would be up to the seminary."

While we can make some concession for the fact that Byrnes just got off the plane, this was a MAJOR FUMBLE (to reference his football analogy). Of course he has just conceded that he has no authority over RMS. Now, this is not true. Of course he does. However, combined with his "report to Filoni" comment from yesterday and the history of Filoni screwing with our diocese, this is really bad. I have hope he'll fix it. 

Also, and I understand why he's doing this, he's making this about "pain and healing." It's not. While certainly some do suffer, it is not some "wounding" by a friend or a falling out of relationship. It is about cleaning out the THIRTY PLUS YEARS of absolute EVIL in our diocese. Do you understand? EVIL, not just some damn "misunderstandings (to quote Msgr. Arroyo). We are NOT hurt! We are ANGRY. Angry that men with Roman collars used and abused us and our children. Byrnes is NOT going to fix this with sermons about pain and healing. Byrnes is going to fix this with TRUTH and JUSTICE. Let's hope he does. 

Note for Archbishop Byrnes: NO MORE PRESS CONFERENCES until you have time to understand what the hell is going on around here. SERIOUS. 


PDN: What you need to know Wednesday, Nov. 30
New Archbishop’s welcoming Mass
The Archdiocese of Agana invites the public to two islandwide celebrations today to welcome Archbishop Michael J. Byrnes, Guam's new coadjutor archbishop. CONTINUED

PDN: 10th sex abuse lawsuit against priest, archdiocese
A former altar boy and Boy Scout has alleged that former island priest Louis Brouillard repeatedly sexually abused him from 1971 to 1974, bringing to 10 the number of lawsuits filed so far against Guam Catholic priests and the Archdiocese of Agana. CONTINUED

PDN: Several archbishops, bishops on Guam for Byrnes' first public events
At least five other archbishops and bishops will join Catholics on Guam for newly-appointed Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes’ first islandwide prayer Wednesday, at 10:30 a.m. CONTINUED

DAILY POST: Looking back with Hon
After nearly six months of serving as the apostolic administrator of the Archdiocese of Agana, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai is scheduled to depart Guam and return to his office in Rome sometime tomorrow. But before bidding his final farewells, Hon sat down with the Post to talk about his time serving the local Catholic faithful. CONTINUED


Posted by Tim
I'll still be a the picket line this Sunday.


  1. I hope you don't spoil the special day for our First Communicants.
  2. We have SAVED and ARE SAVING "the day" for our First Communicants. Until the laity you see protesting and picketing got involved those same First Communicants were the very children our predator archbishop and (now we are finding) many others like him preyed on and ravaged their innocence.

    Whether or not those First Communicants end up having to cross a picket line (that will be up to the picketers) their parents would do well to thank those brave people that their children will not be receiving their First Communion from the hands of a bishop which grabbed the genitals of children their age nor hear the words "the body of Christ" from the mouth of the same bishop who (per Ray De Plata's testimony) sucked the penis of a ten year old while being forced to suck the penis of the filthy priest, Antonio Cruz.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016


Nine Guam priests with sex abuse allegations

Another Guam law firm is reaching out to those who were sexually abused by clergy as children.

Gov. Eddie Calvo recently signed a law, lifting the statute of limitations on civil suits against those accused of sexually abusing children, as well as the institutions that supported them. The new law is in response to allegations by former altar boys who said they were sexually abused by Guam clergy decades ago. Among those accused was Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who was a parish priest in Agat in the 1970s. CONTINUED




OUR VIEW: Community welcomes Byrnes' arrival, looks to heal

We welcome Archbishop Michael Byrnes as the new leader of the Catholic faithful on the island, and we hope that he can heal our fractured community and help us move forward.

Byrnes comes to us in a time of distress. Officially, he has been assigned here to assist Archbishop Anthony Apuron in running the Archdiocese of Agana, and to serve as Apuron’s successor. Apuron has made few public statements since being suspended in June. He may yet return as the leader of the church. CONTINUED


Archbishop Apuron's trial entering its second phase in Rome

Guam - Suspended Archbishop Anthony Apuron's canonical trial is already in its second phase, according to his replacement, Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes. CONTINUED


New archbishop arrives, prepares for permanent leadership

Guam - It's an historic day for the catholic community as Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes arrived guam this morning, welcomed by some dignitaries, including Governor Eddie Calvo. CONTINUED


Hon returning to Rome

While the island welcomes Archbishop Byrnes, apostolic administrator Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai will return to Rome. The Vatican assigned Archbishop Hon to Guam back in June as a temporary leader for the archdiocese amid allegations of molestation made against Archbishop Anthony Apuron. CONTINUED


Watch Archbishop Byrnes' first prayer service and Mass LIVE on KUAM



Posted by Tim
New coadjutor archbishop pledges to bridge divides

During his first public address to local media, newly-appointed Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes said he was excited to take his first steps on Guam upon seeing the lights from his airplane vantage point early that morning.

Byrnes arrived on Guam around 1 a.m. Monday morning and, after a short respite, took to work immediately with a Mass of recollection with Catholic clergy at 11 a.m. and a press conference with local media. CONTINUED


Posted by Tim
Tenth victim files sex abuse complaint

Shortly after Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes made his first public comments to local media, yet another victim of alleged child sexual abuse filed a complaint with the Superior Court of Guam.

Fifty-six-year-old Inarajan resident Anthony Vegafria filed his complaint yesterday shortly before 5 p.m. accusing Rev. Louis Brouillard of molesting him as a child when he was an altar boy at the Malojloj Parish in the early '70s.  CONTINUED

My note: This one is against Brouillard. Remember that Apuron hid and paid this person for decades when he knew what he had done. 

KUAM: Another man says Father Brouillard molested him as a youth


Archbishop Hon, Bishop Jose Arturo Cepeda Escobedo (Archdiocese of Detroit), Archbishop Martin Krebs (Apostolic Delegate to Oceania), Bishop Andrew Harmon Cozzens (Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis) - Photo credit: Peter Roy Martinez


Posted by Chuck White

Carmen Hernández, co-founder of the Neocatechumenal Way, died on July 19, 2016, and the 2008 Statute of the Neocatechumenal Way states how the vacant position on the International Responsible Team of the Way will be filled.

How many of you really think that Kiko follow the statute?  Read more.

Monday, November 28, 2016


Not much can be derived from this interview other than Archbishop Byrnes is aware not to show his hand. It was a meet and greet and that's it. A couple of items to note though would be:
  • His reference to "the victims" (i.e. not "alleged victims" as Hon used to say)
  • His reference to the NCW as a "Movement." (That term is hated by the Kikos.)
  • His statement "several of their priests." (Denoting that the NCW priests are "different.")
Some will be disturbed by his saying that he "reports to Filoni," however, that is not a reference to authority. Byrnes' only boss is the pope. I'll say more about this later. And as for the NCW, do not expect him to get rid of them. I've been saying this all along. We only expect him to require them to conform to what is permitted by their statute. However, THAT will break them.


Still, Byrnes insists “we can’t rush to judgment and condemnation.” - Detroit News

Dear Archbishop Byrnes.


Protests outside Cathedral continue

Dozens of members of the Concerned Catholics of Guam and the Laity Forward Movement continue their Sunday pickets outside the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica. This time, their message singular and uniformed calling for Archbishop Anthony Apuron to be defrocked. CONTINUED


Protest continues ahead of Byrnes' arrival

With new Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes set to arrive today, protests calling for church transparency and responsibility continued strong yesterday morning with the 50-some people who came out to form the weekly picket line outside the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica.

While demands from Catholic faith-based organizations have been met one by one, the protests have become ever more focused and centralized. Signs adorned with "Return RMS," "Hon - No More $$ for RMS" and "Moratorium on NCW" used to be hallmarks of the weekly protests, but have dwindled of late as the Archdiocese of Agana has taken steps to address concerns. CONTINUED


AnonymousNovember 28, 2016 at 7:28 AM
I was there picking up my cousins who came in from basic training and I distinctly overhead the NCW seminarians jokingly started to mockingly playing Katoliku on their guitars. They were all smirking and laughing about it untill I turned and their demeanor changed. Such disrespect to our culture and faith. I'd take that traditional hymn over Kikos brain washing Gypsy music. Gladly enough they didn't even get to finish the song or get half way through it cause Abp. Byrnes walked away. The NCW tried to kiss his ring and hand him letters and envelopes but Abp. diplomatically walked away. Good move Byrnes. Hafa Adai and Welcome to your new home! 

The NEOS looked desperate for his attention! Thankfully Robert Hoffman was pushing Abp. Byrnes away from their filthy mouths.

No smile on his face when they started playing their music! He turned really serious too after Vice Rector Julio went to shake his hand. Oh no!


PDN: Fall of an archbishop; Byrnes set to arrive, steps in for Apuron


When Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes arrives today, he will step into a fractured community of the faith.

Officially, he is coming to assist Archbishop Anthony Apuron in running the Archdiocese of Agana, and to serve as Apuron’s successor. But Apuron has been out of the public eye since June, when the Vatican suspended him and sent Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai to temporarily oversee the Guam church. Apuron faces what an archdiocese spokesman described as “credible accusations of child sexual abuse against him,” and a canonical trial is being prepared in Rome. CONTINUED


In addition to the distinguished clergy pictured, he was also "greeted" by about 40 RMS kikos with their flea market songs and tambourines. LOL. Perfect!

Photo credit: Julie Dela Rosa

Sunday, November 27, 2016


Posted by Jose M

Why do NCW members say we act like "wild african dogs?"  Perhaps they realized we speak the truth, and it feels   . . . ruff! 

When the shepherd abandoned his flock, the watch dogs took over. 

Once again, we picketers wrapped around the front of the Cathedral with our lines and signs.  



Archdiocese promises to tend to flock

Following two new allegations of sexual abuse by clergy this week, the  “Archdiocese of Agana pledges to do all it can, under new leadership, to ensure that all people in our care, most especially our young and most vulnerable, thrive in a safe and loving environment fully protected from any harm,” a press release stated.

On Wednesday, KUAM News first reported two new complaints were filed in the Superior Court of Guam. 63-year-old Paul Joseph Borja alleged that while he was an altar boy at the Our Lady of Peace and Safe Journey Catholic Church in Chalan Pago, Fr. Antonio Cruz sexually molested him.  Borja was 12-years-old. CONTINUED


Guam marks milestone when new archbishop arrives

Guam’s Catholic Church marks a leadership milestone after 30 years when Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes arrives on island Monday.

As coadjutor archbishop, Byrnes succeeds Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, who has been the highest leader of the church since 1986 but was placed on leave by the Vatican on June 6. Apuron is facing a canonical trial over multiple allegations of sex abuse of altar boys when he was a parish priest in the 1970s.


Related story:
KUAM: Island anxiously anticipating arrival of Bishop Byrnes

PNC: New Guam archbishop set to arrive Monday, Nov. 28


Since The Diana and Tricky Dick, et al, have been so vicious in their attacks on Archbishop Hon (Tricky Dick even accused him of "lynching" Apuron), we would like to remind these fools who it was that asked the Holy Father to send him.

Archbishop Apuron from Rome: "The Holy Father has granted my request..." from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

Saturday, November 26, 2016


"I have like a feeling that from this little and forgotten island the destruction of the NCW begins and will like a wave, invade all the positions, that this heretic movement conquered in 50 years."

Dear Rose, thanks for your message. I live in Rome and in Switzerland, (but not being gifted by the Holy Spirit with bilocation like Father Pio ) for practical reasons and I follow every day what happens in Guam. Also because i am collecting every usefull information about the NCW for my two books against Kiko Arguello (they come out already in December. I hope to find a translater for an Englis edition).

I have like a feeling that from this little and forgotten island the destruction of the NCW begins and will like a wawe, invade all
the positions, that this heretic mouvement conquered in 50 years.
Worth then the NCW, is the support and chance our popes, cardinals, bishops and priests gave them to corrode and destroy the Catholic Church. This is also a sign that we are already in the "last historical time", the readings to the eucarist spoke about in this week. Forgive my bad english.

Daniel Lifschitz


Byrnes files complaint in Superior Court

While the newly appointed Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes is set to arrive on Guam next Monday, Nov. 28, he has already taken steps to address some concerns of the island's Catholic faithful.

Last week Wednesday, Nov. 16, Byrnes formally annulled the deed restriction placed on the Redemptoris Mater Seminary property in Yona, removing any doubt under whose patrimony the former Hotel Accion resides. CONTINUED


Good morning folks,

Now that Thanksgiving feast is over, we thank God for his many blessings. We won the battle to get the Yona property back to the patrimony and control of the Archdiocese of Agana. The war to remove and defrock Apuron is still not won.

We did well on extending the picket line on the sidewalk to the parking lot of the Cathedral last Sunday. And I thank you for bringing your family and friends out. Let us try to double that size again this Sunday, the 27th, 9:00 to 9:45AM. Looking forward for that crowd again. Remember the message "Defrock Apuron "  "Apuron Out"

Biba  Katoliku!
Lou Klitzkie, LFM

Friday, November 25, 2016


Hey Diana. Ya wanna go to court on this? LOL

It doesn't look good, Ric! LOL!

Guam's new bishop files documents in court


It's too bad these people don't put their names on stuff. We could have such fun with them. But the fact that they don't (AND I DO) shows, all by itself, that I am willing to stand by the Truth because it is the Truth. The other side must continue to hide.



Posted by Tim

This is pretty much useless drivel, but it's worth posting for Archbishop Byrnes to see. 

Apuron, Pius, Adrian, David, Tricky Dick etc., they all use The Diana to wage their propaganda war against the truth and now they are calling the Mother Prioress of our venerated Carmelites, a liar. 

Wednesday, November 23, 2016


Having been caught with their collective pants down, the Kikos are scrambling to cover their now-grotesquely bared rear ends.

The Grant Deed filed with the Department of Land Management on November 14, 2016 conveying title to the Yona Property back to the Archbishop of Agana, A Corporation Sole (aka Archdiocese of Agana) makes it CLEAR that the 2011 Declaration of Deed Restriction did NOT just restrict the use of the property, but, as clearly documented by Guam Attorney, Jacques G. Bronze, was in fact an instrument of "absolute conveyance in fee simple."

Of course, the Kikos started to give up on the argument that the Yona Property belonged to the Archdiocese of Agana quite awhile ago and switched to arguing that the property was "still in the control of the Archbishop." Of course if that was true then a Grant Deed conveying the property "back" to the Archdiocese of Agana would not have been necessary. Obviously the Archdiocese' lawyers thought otherwise.


“I got a call from the papal nuncio (Archbishop Christophe Pierre); it was a 5-10 minute conversation, where he asked me if I would accept the appointment to become the next archbishop of Agana, Guam,” 

Archbishop Byrnes ready to listen, learn as he prepares for transition to Pacific post

DETROIT — Two weeks ago, Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Michael Byrnes was on a retreat in the south of England, thousands of miles away from his native Detroit.

It was there he got the call from the papal nuncio to the United States, who asked him a question that would take him farther away from his home, on a much more permanent basis.

“I got a call from the papal nuncio (Archbishop Christophe Pierre); it was a 5-10 minute conversation, where he asked me if I would accept the appointment to become the next archbishop of Agana, Guam,” Archbishop-designate Byrnes said in an interview with The Michigan Catholic. “I said yes, I’m willing to do whatever the Holy Father asked of me.”

Being a bishop means dedicating one’s life to the service of the Church, including traveling great distances to proclaim the word of Jesus Christ, just as the apostles did.

But Archbishop Byrnes never thought it would mean being the chief shepherd of the south Pacific island community, 7,528 miles from his native Michigan.

“I did look up Guam on my phone when I found out,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “I knew what Guam was; I read enough about World War II. But outside of that, I knew nothing about Guam, really. I found out the community was heavily Catholic, overwhelmingly Catholic.”

The Archdiocese of Agana encompasses all of Guam, an unincorporated, organized territory of the United States, situated about 2,500 miles south of Japan and east of the Philippines. The archdiocese is responsible for the pastoral care of 132,000 Catholics – 85 percent of the island’s population.

The history of Catholicism on Guam goes back to 1668, when Spanish colonizers introduced the faith. In 1965, the Diocese of Agana was created as a suffragan of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, before being elevated to a metropolitan archdiocese in 1984, with suffragan dioceses in the Northern Mariana and Caroline Islands.

Archbishop Byrnes said he’s come to learn of the rich, deep faith life on Guam in the past few days.

“Jesus is always Jesus,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “I understand the faith is deep in Guam, with a lot of devotion, especially to the Blessed Mother. I think, like every diocese, it has a different feel to it, and I’ll learn what those feelings are. It’s an island, and as I understand, everybody knows everybody.”

The difference from the Northeast Region of the Archdiocese of Detroit – where Archbishop Byrnes was previously assigned – and the Archdiocese of Agana is profound.

The Northeast Region has 93 churches, spanning from St. Ambrose in Grosse Pointe Park to St. Edward on the Lake in Lakeport, roughly a 64-mile drive. Guam’s 26 parishes stretch across 38 miles from the northern point of Guam to the southern point.

“Being such a small island, it’s a tremendous advantage to get the opportunity to know the priests better,” said Archbishop Byrnes, who would be the eighth bishop in Agana’s history. “I still have to tell my dad what’s going on. But my brother looked up Guam and told me he was thinking about coming out for spring break with his family.”

Archbishop Byrnes was made an auxiliary bishop of Detroit in 2011 and recently was tasked with leading many of the archdiocese’s “Unleash the Gospel” initiatives in the buildup to Synod 16, an archdiocesan-wide event focused on “reinventing the DNA” of 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,” Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron said in a statement. “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 prayers.”

Archbishop Byrnes will enter a difficult situation in Guam, where the current archbishop, Archbishop Anthony Apuron, OFM Cap., is facing allegations of sexual abuse of minors dating back to his time as a parish priest.

Since news of the allegations surfaced in May, Archbishop Apuron has resisted calls to resign his post, including from his own presbyteral council and the archdiocese’s apostolic administrator, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai.

At least six allegations have surfaced against Archbishop Apuron since May, and in June, Pope Francis appointed Archbishop Hon, secretary of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, to take over administrative and pastoral responsibilities in Agana. Though Archbishop Apuron remains the archbishop, he no long holds authority there.

Coming into a difficult situation, Archbishop Byrnes said it is important for him to be understanding and listen to people who may be angry with the Church and its leadership.

“You try to listen and understand, some doubt, fear and skepticism,” said Archbishop Byrnes, adding he has been in contact with Archbishop Hon in recent days. “To treat the difficulties the archdiocese is facing as real, some that we need to deal with together. You don’t talk people into trusting you. It’s not what you do. Trust is easily lost, but only through time is it won. I can only win trust through time; it’s not automatic, and I’m aware of that.”

As coadjutor archbishop, Archbishop Byrnes will take over administrative and pastoral responsibilities of the archdiocese as Archbishop Apuron’s situation is resolved by the Holy See. A coadjutor bishop, unlike an auxiliary bishop, holds the right of succession as the ordinary of his diocese. An installation date has not yet been set, but is expected to take place by January.

Heading into a crucial point in the Church’s history on the island, Archbishop Byrnes said he’s first been personally preparing himself for the task at hand.

“First, I need to check my heart,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “My heart has to be a heart ready to love people. I’m already praying for the archdiocese, the people and the religious. Unless I embrace Jesus’ heart for them, it would be ineffective. So they’ve been a big part of my prayer. My heart has to be in that mode. Not in a ‘success mode.’”

As point person for many “Unleash the Gospel” initiatives in the Archdiocese of Detroit, Archbishop Byrnes is grateful for the opportunity to lead the Church is this capacity, but said the efforts are not solely his.

“In God’s providence, He’s allowed me the opportunity to be involved with this for four years, and apparently He thinks that’s enough,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “The momentum of the Unleash the Gospel initiative is not caused by me. It’s caused by the 100 or so people, not including people in the Chancery, who’ve been integral into moving this whole thing forward. We have great leadership here, and it’s been a great opportunity to lead it for these last four years.”

Archbishop Byrnes will remain in Detroit through the archdiocesan synod, Nov. 18-20, before transitioning to his new role in the Archdiocese of Agana. Regardless, Archbishop Byrnes said he’ll miss the archdiocese and the city he’s called home throughout his lifetime.

“I’m sad to leave the archdiocese now, I’ll never forget it,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “I’ll always immerse myself in it. I was made in Detroit, for goodness sake.”

Reflecting on his time in the Archdiocese of Detroit, Archbishop Byrnes recalled the mission Archbishop Vigneron gave him in regard to evangelizing the archdiocese, and how it relates to the new mission Pope Francis has given him.

“The archbishop gave me a mission to work toward unleashing the Gospel,” Archbishop Byrnes said. “Now, the Holy Father is giving me a mission to care for an archdiocese, a people, that are wonderful, but are facing a challenge in which they need a new leader. And that’s my mission now.”

Tuesday, November 22, 2016


Posted by Chuck White

Early in 2006, on the eve of their departure to Guam to serve as Neocatechumenal missionaries, Enrico and Francesca Da Ponte were interviewed by Francesca Bellemo, a reporter for the Venetian Catholic website “Gente”.

When Bellemo asked, “What challenges await you?”, Enrico replied...Read more.


Picture on the front page of the Guam Daily Post, November 22, 2016

  • GUAM DAILY POST: Eusebio: Nuns knew all along (link)
  • PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Pro-Apuron group slams Carmelite nuns over seminary (link)
  • PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Video (link)
  • KUAM: Eusebio attempts to debunk Mother Superior's statements (link)
  • KUAM: Video (link)
  • PACIFIC NEWS CENTER: Former RMS chair defends against Carmelite nun's assertions (link)

Yesterday, neocat catechist Tricky Dick Eusebio, called a press conference to inform the media of his "just conjecture" and "the truth as he understood it."Those were his words. That was how he characterized his own statements after the media began to ask him some serious questions. You can watch the full 1 hour, 17 minute, and 24 second long press fiasco here:


PDN: Church apologizes to new Apuron, Brouillard accusers

The Catholic Church apologized and offers prayers to all victims of priest sex abuse after another batch of lawsuits, filed Thursday, by two former altar boys and the estate of a deceased former altar boy against Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron and former Guam priest Louis Brouillard. CONTINUED

Monday, November 21, 2016



Dear Anonymous at 6:36 am

At that time in 2011, the Archbishop already saw that there were many people taking an interest in that property because of its value. Greed can make people do things at whatever cost. He may have foreseen that in the future the Archdiocese may be sued in order for these people to get the property. That prophecy came true. Not only is the Archdiocese facing a lawsuit, but the Archbishop himself is also facing one by the alleged victims.

As for the Carmelites, they were placed in a large house in Tamuning because it is closer to the hospital and their medical needs can easily be met. They left because no one is enrolling in the Carmelite order in Guam. I heard from a friend that some of our young girls in the NCW went to the Carmelites in Guam, but they were rejected. So, they left and found a carmelite monastery in New Jersey that accepted them.

There wasn't anyone taking an interest in the property, especially the much blamed Richard Untalan, president of the finance council, because Richard Untalan, who at the time was a member of Apuron's community, WORKED to procure it. In fact, in 2011, when Apuron fired him for objecting to the transfer of title to RMS, Untalan was still a member of Apuron's community. 

And further, in fact, Giuseppe Gennarini HIMSELF said that the reason the request for title to the property be transferred to RMS was not to protect it from buyers but "TO PROTECT IT FROM LAWSUITS." 

Guam - Giuseppe Gennarini disclosed on K57 with host Patti Arroyo this morning that the declaration of deed restriction signed in 2011 was done in order to protect the Redemptoris Mater Seminary from any potential lawsuit.

Actually the PNC story mis-states this. It was not to protect the seminary, but to protect the property from a lawsuit. Now which lawsuit would that be? Apuron knew full well that his past put the property in danger. 

As for young girls being rejected by the Carmelites. That's BULLSHIT. No one was rejected and they did not "find" a monastery in New Jersey to take them. The monastery in New Jersey is where Pius keeps his personal harem. Neocat girls are funneled directly there. 


Stay tuned. He's called a press conference for this afternoon to call Mother Dawn a LIAR. LOL.

So here's what Tricky Dick is going to say. 

He's going to say that the bank loan to purchase the property stated that the intent was to provide a home to RMS and that the Finance Council knew about it. Whoop di-doo. Of course they did. They approved the loan, and at the time, the president of the AFC, Richard Untalan, was in the same neocat community as Apuron. So it was all happy, happy. 

However, that has nothing to do with the donation from the Carmelites. They gave the money to pay off the loan, NOT to purchase the property for the Neocatechumenal Way. THAT was already completed several months earlier. 

In any event, in the 12 years since they gave the money, the Carmelites NEVER objected to how the donation was used. They ONLY objected when they were asked to LIE for Apuron. In fact, their lawyer said they could sue Apuron and they declined to do so. 

So Eusebio is going to attack the Carmelites. LOL.


Watching the press conference. It's actually worse than we thought. Eusebio says we created a bogey man. LOL.

His whole basis for attacking Mother Dawn is that he has an email exchange between the Mother Superior from St. Louis and Apuron in 2003. He says its proof that the Mother Superior knew the money was to be used for a neocat seminary even though those words are never used. When questioned, Eusebio says it was "common knowledge" that the Mother Superior had to know. He said Mother Dawn didn't know what was going on because she wasn't there. LOL.

Anyway, little Dick is completely coming apart in the Q and A. I think the reporters are wising up to this joker.

LOL. Eusebio says Hon LYNCHED Apuron.

EUSEBIO: "I want to be able to tell you the truth as I know it." LOL

EUSEBIO: "The coadjutor is here to help him (Apuron) so he can concentrate on his canonical trial." LOL

It really is hilarious. I'll post the whole thing later. But essentially he said Mother Dawn didn't know what she was talking about and that the Mother Superior of the St. Louis community knew full well that she was supporting the NCW. Well, the letter to Apuron saying that she did not know anything about the NCW came from the same Mother Superior. So Tricky Dick is calling the Mother Superior a liar. Mother Dawn did not make the claim that the donation was not intended for the NCW. Mother Dawn said that she saw the letter and forwarded it and the Mother Superior's response to Apuron to Rome. Hon confirmed publicly that he had read it.


Protests continue strong

With the issue of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary resolved by Coadjutor Michael Byrnes’ actions last week, members of the various Catholic lay organizations continued in their mission calling for accountability and transparency. CONTINUED


OUR VIEW: Byrnes' actions with seminary provide clarity
Last week, Coadjutor Archbishop Michael J. Byrnes signed back the title of the Yona seminary to the Archdiocese of Agana.

We support this move. After years of division and pain in the church on Guam, this decision provides clarity for the church community and the opportunity to move forward and heal.


Sunday, November 20, 2016


Posted by Tim

In a reply to some more b.s. from The Diana, I mentioned the "Tagle Letter" and received a few comments inquiring about it. Actually the Tagle Letter had nothing to do with the letter Mother Dawn intercepted and forwarded to Rome, but it gives me an opportunity to say something about my "sources." 

But first, to answer those who do not know about the Tagle Letter affair. 

In May of 2014, a neocat reporter submitted a story to the Umatuna claiming that Cardinal Tagle of Manila had invited the Kikos to Manila "to hold a vocational meeting with the youth." 


posted by Jose M.

Today's picket - from the parking lot of the Pastoral Office to the sidewalks of the Plaza de Espana.  Many people came out to lend a voice to the Laity Forward Movement: Apuron is not to return to Guam as Archbishop!


It was on the eve of my daughter's wedding that I came back to our BnB in San Diego and saw this story in the Umatuna:


Posted by Chuck White


Byrnes cuts seminary’s ties to Neocatechumenal Way

When Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes signed documents to regain full control of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary property in Yona, he also cut the seminary’s ties to the Neocatechumenal Way by, among other things, making sure the seminarians will be prepared for priesthood in accordance with the precepts of the Holy Roman Catholic faith. CONTINUED


Guam's Filipino community reacts to Apuron

Multiple sex abuse allegations against priests and questionable church leadership decisions have fractured a deeply Catholic Guam, but some members of the island’s Filipino-American community say these challenges have made their faith stronger rather than weaker. CONTINUED

Saturday, November 19, 2016


The saga of THE ULTIMATE TREACHERY, Apuron's sordid attempt to get a cloistered community of Carmelites nuns to LIE for him (because what he did could be seen as an ecclesial crime), has, as of Mother Dawn Marie's statement of 11/15/2016, a day which will live in infamy for The Tony, (the infamous Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, Ofm. Cap. D.D., Metropolitan Archbishop of Agana (as he liked to sign himself) has reached its end, and I have updated the story with the BOMBSHELL conclusion for the whole world, but ESPECIALLY THE VATICAN, to see. 

But the real crime and the real reason the Vatican now has to remove The Tony is what he told Mother Dawn when she confronted him about his attempt. Tony answered (paraphrase): PIUS MADE ME DO IT. 

Dear Rome. This SHOWS a bishop NOT IN CONTROL of his diocese. He is and has been for years, INCAPACITATED, and has turned the running of this diocese over to a filthy piece of putrified flesh masquerading as a Carmelite Friar and an itinerant Catechist of the Neocatechumenal Way, which harbors similar filth even in your midst. And you know it. 


Lawyers for Victims of Child Sex Abuse in Guam by the Catholic Church

On September 23, 2016, Governor Eddie Calvo signed into law a bill that abolished the statute of limitations for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.  The new law means abuse survivors can now file claims against the people who abused them as well as the people and institutions that allowed the abuse to occur.

When a child survives abuse by someone in a position of trust and authority, the resulting harm and damage can last a lifetime.  We are attorneys who can help survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and we understand that many child abuse survivors do not realize they are suffering until much later in life.

The lawyers featured on this website have a wide-range of legal experience, including some who have represented hundreds of abuse survivors with claims against the Catholic Church, the Boy Scouts, the Mormon church, schools, and other youth-serving organizations that failed to protect their clients from sexual predators.  Some of the lawyers are licensed in Guam, while others are licensed in other states but are willing to jointly represent abuse survivors in Guam given their experience helping people in other states.


Buenas everyone,

Hallelujah!!  (The Yona Property occupied by the) Redemptoris  Mater Seminary (RMS)  is returned to the patrimony and control of the Archdiocese of  Agaña. The battle may have been won but not the war. Picket is still on for Sunday, November 20, 2016 in front of Cathedral Basilica at 9:00AM. The message "Apuron Out." We need to extend our picket line to the parking lot on the side of the  Cathedral. Please bring your family, friends and neighbors to join us. See you all Sunday.

Come Holy Spirit,



Our French Underground reports the following:

After scurrying out of Guam in late May or early June, Tony popped up in Rome where he gave his now infamous video message saying that it was HE who had requested the Holy Father to send Hon. 

He probably would have stayed there under the protective wings of Kiko and Filoni but his Visa ran out after 90 days. 

He departed Italy sometime in July and our people have reported seeing him in New Jersey, New York and Boston. 

He returned to Italy briefly in August, probably to follow up on his denied demand that Hon be removed, and then scurried back to the East Coast, where he remains in hiding. 

Reports say that he has attempted to grow facial hair (LOL) to disguise himself. This is funny since Tony always sought fame and now that he has it he is trying to disguise himself and hides. 

Apparently he feels he will be safer in Guam because he is still under the illusion that his opponents are only a few people and that the majority of Catholics, especially with the backing of the Neo's, will defend him. 

Thus he plans to return to Guam for the December 8 celebrations, reclaim his diocese, and personally install Archbishop Byrnes as his "go-for." 

This is the "good news" The Diana has been referring to. 

The Vatican is aware of his plan but appears unable to stop him. 

I told you. 

Come on back, Tony. Here's a glimpse of your welcoming committee:


KUAM: In response to the newest court filings alleging child sex abuse by Guam clergy, the Archdiocese of Agana extends prayer to all victims.  On Thursday, three more complaints for damages were filed. 


Link to PDF copy of suit

Copy of suit


OUR VIEW: Carmelite nuns contributed to island community; they will be missed

After 50 years, the Carmelite nuns have left Guam because of what Mother Superior Dawn Marie described as a “toxic environment” on the island. The nuns were behind the $2 million anonymous gift that was used to pay off the loan for the Accion Hotel, which was later converted to the Redemptoris Mater Seminary and the San Vitores Theological Institute of Oceania. CONTINUED


Friday, November 18, 2016


Apu-run plans to return for December 8 and reclaim "his" diocese. More later. Let's get ready!


Even though our Carmelites were forced to leave Guam, we can be assured that they are still praying for us and we can still thank them with our financial support. Donations can be mailed to:

Carmelite Monastery
PO Box 315225
Tamuning, GU 96941


Posted by Tim

In his statement yesterday apologizing to Guam's Carmelite Community, Archbishop Hon reveals and confirms what we have been saying here on JungleWatch for over three years.

While Pius, The Diana, Apuron, Adrian, et al have continued to lie to our faces about the origin of the donation, even saying that it was from someone in the Neocatechumenal Way, Archbishop Hon confirmed what Mother Dawn Marie stated earlier this week to the press (here, here, and here):

" was through your effort that we received two million dollars to settle our big loan from the bank for the purchase of the Yona seminary property in view of the formation of future priests."

While Pius, The Diana, Apuron, Adrian, et al have continued to lie to our faces about the intent of the donation, saying that it was intended for the formation of priests "according to the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way," Archbishop Hon confirmed what Mother Dawn Marie stated earlier this week to the press, saying that was NEVER the intent:

"We appreciate the clarification made by Mother Dawn Marie this week regarding the genuine intent of the benefactor, which was unfortunately twisted by some people."

And while The Diana and her turd-brains call Mother Dawn a liar regarding her statement about Apuron's attempt to get her community to lie for him, Archbishop Hon tells us that he himself read "those correspondences mentioned by" Mother Dawn:

"I personally knew of their suffering because as a Secretary working in the Holy See I was able to read those correspondences mentioned by the Mother Prioress."

On this last one, people are rightly horrified that Apuron tried to get a community of cloistered Carmelite nuns to lie for him. For some, even more than Apuron's horrific attacks on young children, this was THE ULTIMATE TREACHERY. And this is why I titled the account of the whole filthy affair by that name. Read it here.

By the way, Diana, HELL is forever.