Friday, December 2, 2016

ALL POINTS BULLETIN

According to a recent message The Waldo has disappeared with the parish car (along with some other parish property). I am awaiting more details about the description of the car and the license plate. If you have any information, please comment or send it to junglewatch.info@gmail.com. 

41 comments:

  1. It's a black Hyundai Accent if I'm not mistaken.

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    1. Hyundai Accent, what accent? Portuguese? Book him

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    2. If Waldo left Guam unannounced, there's the possibility he parked this black Hyundai accent at the airport. Wouldn't the vehicle also belong to the archdiocese and therefore the chancery have a copy of registration of ownership/registration with its license plate...just saying. Esta.

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  2. Waldo left without informing his superior and without getting permission. He is reported to be in Chile. We pray he stays there.

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    1. Waldo should immediately contact Archbishop Byrnes informing him of where he is. All priests including Wadeson should inform Archbishop Byrnes where they are. Waldo is incardinated into Archdiocese of Agana. Archbishop Byrnes is his bishop and Archbishop should know where all priests under his Diocese live. He can live in Chile no problem.
      But with permission of Archbishop Michael. otherwise we create wondering priests.
      Not to be encouraged for the good of the priest above all.

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    2. Well, yes, wondering. But I think you mean "wandering." If I remember, the Canon Law term for a renegade like "Master Juicer" is VAGUS. Juicer has been a rogue element even as a seminarian, then as a priest, because he was one of Apuron's two privileged bodyguards, the other one being Presbyter Harold Prieto-Colorado. His whereabouts right now is a big question mark but at least he was not as crass as Juicer. Juicer, by the way, did not have an college degree when he arrived on Guam but somehow the likes of David Cadaver Quitugua finagled to get him ordained.

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    3. Harold is in Honduras.

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    4. Who paid for his Ejivaldo's airline ticket?

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    5. Independent, wandering, or vagus priests are indeed forbidden by the 1983 Code of Canon Law or Codex Iuris Canonici (CIC).

      “[U]nattached or transient clerics are not allowed at all.” CIC, can. 265 (HTML link infra).

      Archbishop Byrnes will also need to address the refusal of Fr. Cristobal to consent to his transfer from Barrigada to Umatac, as well as that of any other recalcitrant priests. See CIC, Cann. 1748-1752, The Manner of Proceeding in the Transfer of Pastors, available at http://www.vatican.va/archive/ENG1104/__P70.HTM .

      Perhaps his recent trip to Japan is a prelude to an attempt to be excardinated from the Archdiocese of Agaña and incardinated in a Japanese diocese, perhaps in service to the NCW Cult. See CIC, Cann. 265-272, The Enrollment, or Incardination, of Clerics, available at http://www.vatican.va/archive/ENG1104/__PX.HTM .

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    6. It's against canon law to reassign priest without notifying them...ask Adrian and Evi. However, it's okay to run away to another country without notifying your boss....ask Adrian and Evi....they know Canon Law.

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  3. Reliable sources tell me that he stashed the parish(Chalan Pago) car at the RMS. Parishioners are pissed.

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  4. According to my Neo friend, when he heard Waldo's sharing on several occasions, including his second scrutiny, he was a loose cannon, arrogant, impertinent, and petulant. Fr. Pius, his Catechist, castigated him. Waldo was not ready to be a priest.

    Was he ever ready?

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  5. Important for all priests to clarify what is personal and what is parish owned. There must be clear distinction of assets.
    if the parish purchaed this car it belongs to the parish. once the priest leaves a particular parish the car remains in the parish.
    I hope this matter does not involve theft of parish owned assets.

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    1. It was parish owned and is insured by the archdiocese (meaning us).

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  6. A police report needs to be filed to get the vehicle back to the parish and arrest pending Waldo's return. This would also include other assests that were taken!

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    1. what assets were taken from his parish?
      please inform Archbishop Michael.

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  7. anybody check the isolated beaches of agat? :-o

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    1. How about checking At Pago Bay?.. :-).

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  8. Any parishioner with knowledge of what happened can call the police. I can understand that the pastor wants to keep this out of the press, but now is the time for the people of Chalan Pago to stand up.

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    1. The parish of Chalan Pago is infested by NEOs. NEO member Wayne Santos in Thanksgiving Mass when asked by Pastor Carl what he is thankful for he made it clear that they have a mission for the parish. OMG help us.

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  9. Yup, Waldo will eventually turn up where he was assigned: DOC. This time, it will be full immersion into the DOC culture with his new convict buddies.

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    1. he'll learn to turn the other cheek!!!!!

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  10. Makes for a good entertaining movie -- The Runaway Presbytere (I Sakke')

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  11. Stop his stipend!!!

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    1. Why not just have stipends stopped for ALL not serving in the Archdiocese.

      On another note, I wouldn't put it pass Princess Di to say that she has news of Waldo. Probably state that he is the key witness for Tony's canonical trial.

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    2. correct. Archbishop Byrnes First order of the day is to know who priests are? Who is he paying who is not working on Guam.
      It is such a mess you may find you have priests you dont even know you are paying.
      How much are you paying Apuron wadeson camacho others. How much money of the prople are you throwing down the drain?

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  12. A juicer or just an absconder?
    Around the whole world he must wander
    In search of a place
    Where he can save face
    And take a moment to ponder.

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  13. Cant believe the Parishoners of Chalan Pago are letting Udu-valdo get away with stealing the parish vehicle and is now AWOL, or MIA? Could it be that office staff at the parish are NEO mates, and are turning a blind eye to Udu's actions? Even if the title of the vehicle is in the name of the Archdiocese of Agana, does not the parish pay for that vehicle and shouldn't that vehicle remain in the parish for the priest assigned to that parish to use?
    Someone should report that vehicle stolen..

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    1. Heard that Fr. Carl the now Parish Priest formed an "Interim Parish council" replacing the previous Parish Council predominantly NEO members that somehow weren't that active. With this Interim Parish Council one or two are NEOs.

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  14. Very hard to hide today.
    question is. Why would he need to hide?

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  15. I was told by a friend that Adian arrived on Nov. 22 coming from a flight from Japan to Guam. I know because a friend was on the same flight as he was.

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    1. what was Adrian doing in Japan?

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    2. Learning how neos do live their NCW itinerary out of parishes, it is, in the underground...

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  16. Let's hope Archbishop Byrnes sends Adrian away permanently-from Guam and from the priesthood.

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  17. Due to my online investigative skills, just LOOK UP, isn't that where every MONKEY should be...Up on a tree! I hope the Brown Tree Snake bites and swallows him whole!

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  18. A variation on an old classic:

    A presbyter, thief or a flunky?
    His stance seems to say "I am hunky."
    Won't get very far
    In that stolen car.
    "Not poodle, you fool, I said monkey!"

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  19. Any updates? Did they release any info about the license plate or if it was found?

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