Sunday, December 18, 2016

GUAM DAILY POST: CRISES IN THE ARCHDIOCESE OF AGANA

Archdiocese of Agaña enters a new, troubling era
Trials, Lawsuits, and Financial Strains

With Apuron's canonical trial underway and a slew of civil lawsuits filed in Guam, the Catholic Church confronts new crises here and at the Vatican. CONTINUED

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  1. From the article:

    [A]ccording to “The Norms of the motu proprio ‘Sacramentorum Sanctitatis Tutela’,” the 2001 letter by Pope John Paul II that amended the Code of Canon Law to include sexual abuse of a minor under 18 by a cleric among the new list of canonical crimes or “delicts” reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, canon law stipulates a 10 year statute of limitations on cases involving child sexual abuse that begins from the year the victim turns 18.

    This reference supports Tim's long-standing contention that the canonical trial of Archbishop Apuron is about more than his own alleged child sexual abuse in the 1970s or 1980s.

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  2. Hey Tim it's Sunday get a f****** life

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    1. LOL. You've spent more time on my blog today than I have. LOL.

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    2. How sad 4:03pm spends sunday advent evening writing bad language on our catholic blog.
      whoever he/she is we pray for them.

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  3. If Anon 4:03pm would only look at himself in the mirror and listen to his foul language (which he indulges in on a Sunday, above) he will see this label about himself plastered on his mirrored image, addressed and referring to him: "I am the Anonymous HYPOCRITE posting at 4:03, above"

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