Wednesday, November 23, 2016

MICHIGAN CATHOLIC: FOLLOWING GOD TO GUAM

“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.

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18 comments:

  1. "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."

    The new archbishop Byrnes is completely right about trust. Still though, with the many kilos lerking within this diocese, we all need to keep guard and pray for the strength to withstand the evil these kiko love to exploit.

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  2. I sure hope he views Mother Dawns' video first, then go from there. A moratorium on the NCW on Guam and the Marianas is much needed so that we can weed them out!

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  3. unwise to show off his family in mission Kiko crucifix.

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  4. Vacate the Archbishop's residence already, Italian "missionary" couple! You have outstayed your welcome, you have fleeced us enough, and yet you are shameless in holding out! Get out, we need to fumigate the place to make it worthy of our new Archbishop who will bring order and fairness once again to the Archdiocese of Agana. Turn off the lights and bring your demons with you when you leave, ugly guests!!! If you refuse to leave, we will mobilize our brave LFM heroines to throw you out!

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    1. If the NCW Italian "missionaries" are still occupying the Archbishop's residence, where will Archbishop Byrnes reside when he arrives on Guam tomorrow?
      Agnes

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    2. They've been chased away with the threat of snaring in nets. The residence will be ready for the legitimate occupant, Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes. Its been fumigated and cleaned up.

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    3. Anonymous 7:29 Thank you for reassuring me that Archbishop Byrnes will have his deserved dwelling. I'm not sure what you mean by "the threat of snaring in nets," but I'm glad the NCW contamination is out.
      Agnes

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  5. Interiorizing the recent turn of events that started with the election of a Coadjutor Archbishop for Guam, I am shedding genuine tears of joy. We have been through such a harrowing experience that took its toll in so many ways - whether we actively advocated the ouster of Apuron and his minions or whether we remained passively hopeful for better times. It seems almost unrealistic to put too much pressure on the shoulders of the incoming Archbishop, but we hope that he realizes the extraordinarily dark tunnel we have collectively experienced under Apuron. The struggle is by no means close to resolution but with Archbishop Byrnes' decisive leadership and sense of fairness, we can all work towards correcting abuses of the past and tame the beasts that have slithered in and have been allowed to rule under Apuron's watch.

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 24, 2016 at 3:35 AM

      Beautiful commentary, Anon 8:25! I agree!

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    2. Guess who paid for their water and electricity while they stayed rent free at that location.
      Did they even report this free bee advantage in nature in their tax filing.
      Actually, have they ever filed a tax return?
      This is partly how they fleece not only the Diocese but also the tax payers on Guam.
      Sweet deal

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    3. In addition, the bogus missionaries were also both getting paid - courtesy of Apuron with our Church money. Certainly cash basis to avoid detection by Rev and Tax.

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    4. Understanding the evil of the Jungle!!!!

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    5. By their fruits shall ye know them.

      Happy Thanksgiving, Guahan!

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  6. So if you think JW is evil, why do you keep coming back, 1:31 PM? JW has been effective in exposing the pernicious lies of NCW but others like diana and tricky dick have no evidence of their assertions. Just their professed sentiments defending apuron, pius and kiko, among others. If I were you, I would also be critical of both parties but decide which is more compelling: documented evidence or conjectures? Be responsible, verify truth.

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  7. Anon 1;31PM .YOU know JW have nothing to hide and certainly not evil,otherwise you wouldn't keep coming back...Truth to the matter is,someone left the closet door opened and most/ all of the skeletons are out and revealing the truth.. That's why you're ALL hyperventilating and throwing each other under the Bus...FYI ApRuN even the Skeletons DON'T want to be in the same closet with you..

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  8. well done Carmen. you have done more in heaven than you could do on Earth

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    1. Well, A bit presumptuous wouldn't you say? And how do you know that Carmen is in heaven? oh that's right, Kiko said. That is why we have the virtue of Hope, certainty lies only in God, man's response, in his fallen nature and tendency to follow his selfish ways is always in opposition to God. Besides all good works, come from God and not Carmen..That is the Catholic belief.

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    2. Of course the ultimate punishment for poor Carmen is that (if she in fact even made it to Purgatory) that, thanks to Kiko, she will have no one to pray for her and will languish in Purgatory.

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