Saturday, December 3, 2016

LOL

22 comments:

  1. Great job tim. I stand with you. Let's keep picketing on Sunday. The kikoBOTS are getting desperate.

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  2. Charism of deception! Evangelizing HERESY is a good thing? Really! The grinding and gnashing of teeth continues with this mindless drivel. And he describes Tim as a mad man! LOL

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    1. Not a mad man! Just a asshole!!!! or a mad man if he don't get his way, big cry Baby!! I want the Bishop out or I will tell lies a lot of lies. suck on this Timmy LOL LOL

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    2. I'm winning, Rude-ee. You're next. LOL.

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    3. Admit it Timmy girl it hurts you. Are you mad?

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    4. Rude-ee get your ass out of St.Anthony. Go back to PI.
      You're next Rudy to be thrown out.

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    5. That rudy guy sounds like he has lost his mind.

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    6. That rudee guy never did lose his mind..., he never had one in the first place. His friends always told him that his skull was filled with "Bago-ong....

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  3. Ad naseum becomes ad Nazium. Godwin has entered the arena, again.

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  4. The NCW is NOT a charism of the Holy Spirit. It is a Protestant-Jewish heresy masquerading as Catholic.

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  5. Archbishop Brynes speaks of the true authentic God and not a watered down Jesus Christ. He'll bring us back in time where there were no neo's .. Go Go Archbishop Brynes!!!

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  6. LOL!! The protests are definitely working as the Neos continue to rant and rave with their ridiculous claims. Comparing Tim to Hitler and the serial killer is almost comical, however I'm not trivializing these mass murderers for their heinous crimes against humanity! Only shows their utter stupidity and desperation!!
    Ann A.

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  7. In a way, Kiko is worst than Hitler; Hitler killed the bodys, Kiko kills the souls!

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  8. Charism seems to be the new word for the NEOs nowadays.

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  9. Ha ha ha ha...(diabolical laughter) The idiots are finally getting it! Ha ha ha ha...

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  10. Advent! Christ is coming! Wake up-the truth will set you free. The Holy Father has tried to warn you. Carmen has given you clues. Your catechists have shown that they do not have discernment over your life. corrupt, untrustworthy, dishonest. How much does it take to convince you? Jesus is waiting to be merciful to you and welcome you in to His church. Believe the Good News and convert! peace be with you

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    1. Following up on Anon@1:35am, and agreeing with his comments, I am copy-pasting a portion of my letter to the PDN editor - my 2¢ worth contribution:

      "...Apuron was so successful in baiting them (Neos) into believing that they were doing “the right thing” by following him into the NCW trap – after all he was a priest, an archbishop, the shepherd of the flock, and a native son of the Church. It was relatively easy, I guess, for some of our own to follow in the footsteps of the leader. I pray that “Neos of good will” (as I refer to them) will take time to reflect upon the reason for their commitment to the NCW, and – realizing their error especially in Faith, Doctrine and Liturgy - come back home. For those who wish to remain loyal to the man, to the organisation, and to their own decision, there’s not much we can do. They are so steep in their error that they refuse to see the truth. Let us continue, however, to pray for them for reflection, guidance and prayerfully their return to the Mother Church." - jrsa (12/4/16)

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    2. Well said, Joe. I join you in prayer hoping for this miracle. Just imagine Guam with a united Catholic Church and a new shepherd leading us! What a great miracle that would be!!!

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    3. one holy catholic church, united in truth, obedient to Peter, faithful to the magisterium and filled with the Holy Spirit! Happy Christmas

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    4. J R San Agustin, as an insider in the "communities" for nigh on 30 years I heartily agree with you. In my considered observation hardly any even of the middle-level itinerants are truly aware of the levels of fraud in respect of organisational status and degree of genuine approval and communion. Their acceptance within the echelons depends on their spending much time on the receiving end of the kind of propaganda deemed suited to that. And ordinary members like me even less so.

      But for my first 8 years I was waiting for the movement to achieve its potential, and after what I witnessed then I ceased believing in it. After 11 years, I was ready to leave it but there was a pincer movement (stooges who sabotaged my courageous bishop's moves). After 28 years, I dropped out. After 30 years, I started finding out the background.

      There is a small number of things on the part of potential ex-members that mustn't be ridiculed by anyone with a "public hat on": their efforts to debrief which must never be hijacked by anyone, and their individual effort however low-key (I am referring to image as distinct from substantive obedience) to adapt to what Archbishop Byrnes decides. To engage in such a dialectic as was done in my region, would be to fulfil a built-in element in the Kikos' plan.

      I estimate about 40% of NCW ordinary members would reduce their involvement without a qualm, unless they were kicked for even doing so. Pray for superhuman wisdom for Abp Byrnes.

      Census returns may describe all the public as "Catholics" but how much each knows of faith may be difficult to ascertain. Please pray intensively for good "charisms" in the Church (including Bible studies and joint intercessions) to crowd out tare-like phenomena. As I had been almost a church outsider and my friends joined the NCW, I decided I would be lonely dropping out sooner (neither the NCW nor anyone else had "inserted" me).

      Few Catholics worldwide, including few bishops, know how the state of the Catholic Church since about the year 1300 has paved the way for things like the NCW. Few people understood the holding of the Council (which was to put it simply, over-ambitious and muddly) and Kiko's over-prompt protestations that his "garden path" was its fulfilment were taken too much at face value, at the time when the Archbishop of Madrid should have taken Kiko under long-term mentoring.

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  11. This post smells ESL alert, another kiko-blend. You better believe it, December 3@ 7:18 Am, we would want nothing more than the world-wide collapse of this pseudo-Catholic cult called NCW. Arguello is a fraud, the Genarinnis are con-men, Pius is a serpent that slithers with his forked tongue along with his trainees: David Cruz Quitugua, Adrian Cristobal, Edivaldo Oliveira, Dick Eusebio and the hellish cast of characters lurking in the shadows. And, yes, the laicization of Asswipe Apuron.

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