Monday, November 28, 2016

REPORT FROM THE AIRPORT

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!

20 comments:

  1. After traveling and being on the road for over 24 hours, and arriving at so early in the morning, you would think the Neos would have some decency to leave him alone so that he can quickly go home and get some sleep and rest. Such selfish ingrates.

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  2. Letters and envelopes probably had a lot of money in them and a note from the good doctor and the putrid.

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  3. part of the video on the pdn website uses neocat music as a background. yuck.

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  4. You guys may be in trouble. Diana has finally announced some needed good news for the NCW, news she has been hiding for days if not weeks. Apuron and our new Archbishop actually had a conversation. Huge news. Great News. I hope PDN has an entire front page article on this announcement. WTH.

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    1. according to archbishop byrnes (per his first on-island q&a today), that "conversation" was essentially just an exchange of cordial greetings at the usccb meeting in baltimore. archbishop byrnes said himself that their conversation didn't go very deep.

      how pathetic. apuron had the audacity to show up at a usccb meeting, when he's effectively been hiding from the people of guam for months?! i wonder if he also tried to meet up with cardinal o'malley.

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    2. I was surprised that Apuron was not embarrassed to attend a bishops' meeting considering what he is accused of. Surely the other bishops were uncomfortable talking with him.
      Agnes

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    3. Need we guess the sourcing for expenses of first-class jetting around the globe to make his pathetic cameo appearances? Agana Archdiocese is only an observer at the USCCB meetings yet he milks his annual attendance to justify other "side trips" at the expense of the Guam Catholics. Legitimate USCCB members constantly ask why he is always there. Guam was tasked into taking leadership along with CEPAC membership as a condition for establishing the Metropolitan See but reneged on this arrangement because it was not to Apuron's "standard."

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    4. Unless Abp. Byrnes becomes a Vatican puppet, the Guam Neocats are totally overmatched if Tony doesn't return.

      So far, it doesn't appear that Abp. Byrnes' Charismatic leanings will do the NCW any good.

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  5. Already starting Jungle Monkeys LOL

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    1. We don't care if you use jungle monkey. Jungle is a common word. I think what you want to do here is start Junglewatch Monkeys. See, I am trying to help you here. But I think that will backfire on you. Just see. You guys can't win. After trashing Hon and the Carmelites, you are toasts. Lol.

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  6. Anon 12:20 you only make matters worse with that comment. Get a life will you. (Stupid)

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  7. Marilu Diaz MartinezNovember 28, 2016 at 2:43 PM

    The Katoliku of Guam did not feel the need to “beat everyone else" at being the first to meet Archbishop Michael Byrnes at the airport; nor did they see a desperate need to go to the extent of making an in-his-face impression upon his early morning arrival since, the facticity of the cause of the division in our local Church speaks for itself -- at any rate, doesn’t it appear he has already noticed the cause?

    … And yes, we agree with Anon. at 10:55AM. It would have been a more thoughtful gesture of hospitality to have enabled Archbishop Byrnes’ arrival to be a more quiet and less stressful early-morning welcome (sans tambourines and yelling’s), allowing for only the presence of our Governor and a contingency of clergy -- knowing what tedious and tiresome journey it is to fly to Guam all the way from the U.S. Mainland, and knowing already that Archbishop had within this first week of his arrival a full schedule of activities and Mass celebrations for the Catholic congregation.

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    1. There were some on our side who wanted to greet him but I advised against it for exactly the reasons you say. The Kikos appeared desperate. Exactly as we wanted. When you're on the side of right, there is not need to push envelopes into bishops' hands...or the pope's. (wink wink). Right, Waldo?

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    2. And of course this is their normal airport charade, which all the more evidences the fact that Gennarini was trying to sneak into Guam last April. There were no Kikos to greet him. LOL.

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    3. I always wondered how come they didn't welcome Gennarini that time. Their leader was sneaking into the island. Now, I get it. Thanks Tim.

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    4. kum ba yah...

      They learned from their 2015 tea party failures, so to ensure they don't repeat the same mistake they opted to preform their musical rendition of "invitation to joy"...

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  8. So disturbing to hear the Kiko top 100 shouted at the airport. Makes one sick. Stop with the gypsie music already.

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  9. Really these Neos are clueless. Imagine welcoming somebody to our island with gypsie music. The Archbishop realized right away you are not from Guam. That gave you away. You really are not interested in the culture of Guam. You could have at least learned to sing a Chamorro song (while in Guam) to welcome the Archbishop to the island. O, yes you did that earlier with Katoliku. Alas you were doing it mockingly. Hopeless bunch.

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  10. Neocats and decorum don't mix. Their noisy airport assault on Abp. Byrnes isn't surprising.

    Sucking up to bishops is one of their favorite pastimes. It works around here because the bishop lets the moneyed heretics get away with any liturgical abuses of their choosing.

    Locally, relatively small groups of them operate from three odd old churches that are ethnically exclusive by choice. One Hispanic and two Filipino.

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  11. There once was a blogger named Diana
    Whose blog had a dancing banana.
    She said it was for good news
    But will soon sing the blues
    coz' she got busted for lying said Santa.

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