Saturday, December 3, 2016

SUNDAY

Buenas  todos hamyu,

Picket as usual this Sunday, December 4, 2016 in front of the Cathedral Basilica. We'll follow the plan we discussed last Sunday. Please show up at 8:50 AM and we will  start picketing at 9:00 AM sharp. Keep the spirits up!

Fanoge Katoliku,

Lou Klitzkie, LFM

7 comments:

  1. DianaNovember 29, 2016 at 7:18 AM
    Dear Anonymous at 6:33 am,
    I do not use threats, ridicule, and mockery nor impose my beliefs. A dialogue always consist of mutual respect for the other despite their beliefs. The goal of the dialogue is not to impose your belief but come to a better understanding so the two can abide in peace.
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    DianaDecember 3, 2016 at 3:54 PM
    Dear Reality Check,
    I take into account that most of the protesters are elderly. Elderly folks tend to forget more and can easily be confused with the words "Anthony" and "Apuron."
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    Diana, there are elderly folks with a few gray hair for pete sakes that has not affected they're memory. SHAME ON YOU diana? Here's what Pope Francis have to say. "In a world like this, in which strength and appearance are often MYTHOLOGIZED, your mission is to bear witness to the values ​​that really matter and that endure forever because they are engraved on the heart of every human being and guaranteed by the Word of God. Precisely as people in the so-called “third age”, you, or rather we – because I too am one of them – we are called to work for the development of the culture of life, witnessing that every season of life is a gift from God and has its own beauty and its importance, though marked by FRAGILITY.

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  2. http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2016/12/03/hon-talks-apuron-byrnes-guam-rome-link/94791548/

    I wonder what Diana's going to say now? "Hon is persecuting us" maybe?

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    1. It won't be a surprise if Diana continues to preach that hon is persecuting the NCW.

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  3. This morning's protest was, as usual, well attended. At one point a woman, accompanied by 2 young children started to shout at us to go protest somewhere else and continued her tirade in front of the church entrance. She reiterated that we were a poor example for the children. We were there marching and reciting the rosary only to be chastised. How ironic that she considered her rude behavior a "good" example versus ours. Our response was simply to ignore her and keep marching with a song in our heart. Our message is clear: "DEFROCK APURON"!!! Ann A.

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    1. Yes, imagine that. A mother, concerned about a bad example for her kids, starts yelling, in front of those kids, at a group of people walking quietly and praying the rosary. LOL. WHO was the bad example?

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  4. I was WRONG. Several days ago when I found out the Sunday Mass (Dec. 4) would be for first holy communion I thought it best to scrap our plan to go into mass after a short picket. It turned out to be a beautiful experience. Thank you for all who had the faith and courage to move forward.

    For those who disagree with the protests I ask for your prayers. We believe it is the right thing to have Apuron removed as Archbishop of Agana. Putting aside the sex abuse allegations for a moment, it is clear he made egregious errors in running the archdiocese. For this alone he should be removed. I happen to believe the men who came forward and broke their silence. May they find justice, healing and peace.

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  5. It was a very heartwarming gesture. The beautiful children were inside the church even before we started to walk. Except for that very rude example of a mother who shouted " is that the kind of example you're showing the kids, I'M NOT NEO! ". Everyone walked with dignity and entered the church with reverence. It was very symbolic to the faithful protestors.
    Congratulations and many blessings to the First Holy Communicants. Biba Katoliku!!

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