Continued from Part 3
The real tragedy here is not simply Arrieta's wrong opinion about a piece of dirt on the far flung island of Guam, but that it is so SLOPPY.
Arrieta is the Secretary for a critical dicastery in the Roman Curia: the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts.
It is the primary duty of Arrieta's Council to interpret the laws of the Church, laws which underscore and affirm the just governance of our Church and the more than a billion souls who depend on this "just governance."
And in Arrieta, we see nothing more than a HACK at work, regurgitating the garbage facts fed to him by a pedophile bishop in need of hiding why he alienated the property in the first place, and massaged into place by a filthy opportunist masquerading as an itinerant-catechist/monk.
I'm glad we have the hack-job opinion of Arrieta because it confirms our constant warning NOT to look to Rome to solve our problems, and reminds us that the same people (like Arrieta) are now tasked with clearing Apuron's name and permitting his return to Guam where he can undo all that has been done.
Much of Rome has sold its soul to serpents like Kiko Arguello, and this opinion of Arrieta is Exhibit A.
Today's entry will be as short as it is staggeringly stupid:
Wow. Where to start with this!
First, he doesn't even know the name of the institute which is: Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores Catholic Theological Institute for Oceania.
Second, "San Diego" WTH?
Third, apparently he doesn't know that Blessed Diego is a "Blessed."
Fourth, "an Institute of Religious Sciences"? Umm, NO. It is a Theological Institute (or pretends to be), NOT an Institute of Religious Sciences, which the Vatican says is a very different thing:
"The study of theology and the study of Religious Sciences follow two distinct courses. What differentiates them from each other is the nature of their teaching and the course of formation proposed."http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/ccatheduc/documents/rc_con_ccatheduc_doc_20080628_istruzione_en.html
Continued on Part 5