Tuesday, December 20, 2016

ARCHDIOCESE STILL PAYS BROUILLARD

Posted by Tim


Just a note. We pointed this out in October 2014 (here). The fact of the matter is that Brouillard has not been receiving a retirement or a pension from the Archdiocese of Agana for all these years because he did not "retire." He was removed from ministry and kept on the payroll. Maybe it was because of what Brouillard KNEW. 

Lawsuit: Archdiocese still pays Brouillard

A lawsuit alleges that the Archdiocese of Agana still sends regular retirement payments to former Guam priest Louis Brouillard, who is accused in seven of the 13 clergy sex abuse lawsuits filed so far against the archdiocese and current and former Catholic priests on Guam. (CONTINUED)

44 comments:

  1. At the time of Fr. Brouillard interview he said he's working at the Senior Center (meals on wheels) everyday for 30 years. Instead of taking any pay there, he works for free in reparation for his sins. "If" he's not entitled to be on Guam's payroll he should double up or triple on his prayers for STEALING.

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    1. Actually, because he was never laicized, he is entitled to financial support. The question is why Flores (who is the one who sent him to Minnesota in 1981) and Apuron, who paid Brouillard for nearly 30 years to stay away, did not have him laicized. I know the answer by the way. :)

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    2. Mr. Rohr, you sure know how to keep us in suspense! Will you ever tell us the answer?

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    3. It is quite easy to see already. It will probably come out in court.

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    4. Why Minnesota?

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    5. It's where he came from.

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    6. very easy to see why Apuron did not have him laicized . But he did have a priest laicized in 2010. so readers should look closer. But i think Tim knows the amswers.
      our role is simply to help Archbishop Byrnes look closer at every detail. .
      its just difficult bevause before Adrian left chancery he destroyed many files. That could even be a crime of destroying evidence in American law.

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    7. Minnesota is notorious for enabling and protecting perverse clergy former Archbishop of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Her Majesty John Nienstedt, included.

      Every diocese in the State is being sued blind because of pedophile priests. The Archdiocese of MSP has been embroiled in a massive bankruptcy case for years because of them.

      Pedophile and actively homosexual Benedictine heretics at St. John's Abbey in Minnesota have been beyond disgraceful for over 70 years, but their wealth protects them from prosecution.

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    8. Many of the extremely vicious pedophile priests caught in the Midwest and elsewhere came from Minnesota.

      SOP in MN is to rush their perverts out of State, public ministry faculties intact, as soon as trouble strikes locally. These animals continue to offend wherever they're sent.

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    9. The fringe of the US earliest colonised by the Ancien Regime French (think beaver trappers) shows strong Berullean (extreme clericalist, promoted by Richelieu) influence. Because to the shame of the English, the English Catholics were not allowed to teach the Irish, the Irish picked up the Berullean flavour too much and once in the US it combined with Spanish fatalism.

      What a colourful lot we human beings are!

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  2. Unfortunately, that happens all over the US as well. Perverts are removed from public ministry, moved out of sight, left on payroll and ignored until their pensions and other lifetime benefits kick in. Probably because they know too much. The Vatican won't put a stop to it.




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    1. Mutually Assured Destruction

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    2. Hey Tim remember you had an affair with 16 year old at the Church gift shop" does that make you a Pervert Tim??

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    3. Feel free to accuse me. Make sure you put your name on it. LOL

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    4. By the way, do you normallly get off work at 4?

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  3. We can presume with some confidence that the reason is a cover up scheme, It seems like crime really pays off in the Catholic Church, not only do you send this sex abuser on a long term vacation away from the archdiocese knowing he has committed abuse, but you continue to pay him, do we also pay for his medical and dental benefits?, and the church will continue to pay for the mistakes that this person, and most especially Apuron and the other leaders of the church who knowingly covered up this evil all these years.

    The other question is, How many other children has Brouillard abused since he left Guam, sent to another parish, diocese by the Guam bishop. I will presume that the Archdiocese of Agana will also be liable for all these other crimes. God help us all.

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    1. Yes, we would be liable. And that would be in Flores. While Apuron continued to pay him, the Diocese of Duluth removed him from ministry one year prior to Apuron being made archbishop.

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    2. These are the things I'm not so sure our diocese is willing to see. It started before Apuron.

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    3. For complete cleansing of the abuses in our Archdiocese, let all these secrets be made known. Only by knowing the problem(s) can we work on finding the solutions.

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    4. For starters then we will need to ask how much Flores knew about Apuron...and why he didn't stop Apuron from being made a bishop.

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    5. Is there a way we can find out how much Flores knew about apuron? Let the chips fall where they may.

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    6. I think if you go the way asking what Flores knew about Apuron it would open up a hornets nest.

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    7. And what Apuron knew about Flores

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    8. might as well complete the picture: and what flores knew about baumgartner?

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    9. how about other priests knowing about other priests?

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    10. Hmm, what did Baumgartner know about Olano? And what did Olano know about... i hope we can stay focused and deal with Apuron first, then this witch hunt if we have energy left. Meanwhile, we might want to get onboard with creating an atmosphere of justice first, then unity and reconciliation under Coad Arch Byrnes. He needs advice and guidance to deal with current issues, not complicated conjectures.

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    11. Hornets nest, can of worms, Pandora's box . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

      However you say it there are problems lurking in the shadows that need to be exposed. True healing cannot take place unless the wounds are cleansed. Saving face, keeping the peace, not rocking the boat have lead us to the present situation. Let's deal with the problems head on and be done with it.

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    12. It's not complicated. Flores was bishop at the time of Apuron's crimes and Flores was the one who moved Brouillard. This is why the archdiocese is being held liable, not just the perpetrator.

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    13. If this ever gets to court and David Lujan calls X to testify it will show up flaws of who knew what when why How? Big problem for this Archdiocese.

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    14. I don"t see Archbishop Byrnes doing much work. I would have expected more of him by now.
      His letter to Lou was nice i must say. However, I don't see much affirmative action on his behalf

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    15. Abp. Byrnes returned to Detroit for 3 weeks only. He will move to Guam permanently in mid-January.

      If you don't think his booting the Neocats from RMS and returning it to the Archdiocese during his brief visit amounted to much, there's something seriously wrong with you.

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    16. Just to clarify. While the articles of incorporation were amended to remove the words Neocatechumenal Way from the RMS, the neocats were not removed from RMS. It is still a functioning neocat institution. To further clarify, RMS was first erected as a seminary by episcopal decree in 1999. RMS, Inc. was established 3 years later after the property was acquired (perhaps for the sole purpose of grabbing the property eventually - which it did). The seminary exists independent of the property.

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  4. Hoe much Church Money has been used to pay Fr.Brouillard?

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    1. Until recently it was in the $900 per month range. Now it's down to $550. Take the low number and multiply it x 12 x 30

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    2. thats $198,000 that we know of.
      Perhaps more if you add health care ect. what a disgrace to have wasted Archdiocesan money supporting a pervert priest.

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  5. This cover up scheme has to stop, we can begin with getting rid of all the Church officials that had knowledge and did not do or say a damn thing. They are all participants in this cover up. Apuron, Quitiugua, Adrian, Bibi, and anyone else who may have had knowledge and kept quiet. The sad reality, is the cover up is being practiced by the NEO administration right under our noses in the persons of Wadeson, Louie with his gift of tongue, and Apuron himself, who were all whisked away to avoid having to answer for their evil actions. This is why we should boot this NCW out of Guam, No compromises.

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    1. Agreed.....the cover up HAS to STOP. Justice first, for all, then......AND ONLY THEN, can the healing begin. It really is unfortunate that the past is now catching up but we need to Drain the Swamp first and get rid of ALL the debris and muck before we can see clear water.

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  6. All that money used to pay Brouillard could have been used to pay for Aaron Quitugua's Seminary tuition and the other guys who wanted to join the seminary!...Just saying! hopefully under this new administration the Archdiocese learns it's lesson....Merry Christmas to everyone.

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  7. Anonymous December 21, 2016 at 11:02 AM

    [B]efore Adrian left chancery he destroyed many files. That could even be a crime of destroying evidence in American law.

    Very important point. Did Archbishop Apuron do anything similar? Obstruction of justice.

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    1. 11:02am. As far as I am aware Archbishop Apuron did not destroy documents. Infact I have absoloute evidence that some sensitive documents he ordered just to be filed away never published.
      After Apuron Left Adrian clean out files before Hon arrived. Hence very little information was acailable for Hon. But not to worry I had documents removed from the chancery before Apuron left.

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    2. who will you give these documents to, anon @3.24 p.m.?

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  8. I will mail documents to the law office of David Lujan. If we can make a little money for all the victims I be very happy.

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