Monday, December 12, 2016

GUAM DAILY POST: PROTESTS RESUME

Protests resume
BACK ON TRACK: Protests continued yesterday outside the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica after a brief hiatus last week in observance of the first Mass of newly arrived Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes. Protestors say they will continue to call for the formal removal of Archbishop Anthony Apuron until he is stripped of his title. Neil Pang/Post

4 comments:

  1. I want to thank Diana for clarifying that there is such a title as an "RMS" priest.

    It was the seminary's 12th Christmas concert. The seminarians sang Christmas songs, and the songs were sung in different languages. The beautiful part of the concert was when the RMS priests and communities joined them when they sang "Silent Night" in different languages around the world.

    The nativity scene played by the kids was great! It was enjoyable to watch the kids dressed as the Holy Family, the angels, the shepherds, and the three kings. This year's Christmas concert was packed with people. There were more people this year. There was also a silent auction. The most expensive item I saw there was a bench made and carved with ifit wood. I saw a couple of people sitting on it. The item was being sold for $750. I did not think anyone would purchase it. But later as I browsed through the silent auction, one person did purchase it. Other people also purchased other items on the table.
    Diana at 7:33 AM

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  2. No surprise there...The Diana's are DUMB like that!

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  3. I wouldn't be surprised to find that bench at Ric's clinic. What next? Is she going to tell her followers to boycott the Guam Post now? Pathetic

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  4. The last time Dungbat reported that there was a huge crowd at the RMS Christmas concert, photos of the event surfaced and showed a scant number of people. For you ESL trollers out there, scant means minimal...little, almost none. Typical Dungbat...he/she/it only knows how to lie.

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