Sunday, December 11, 2016

THERE HE IS.

18 comments:

  1. Damnit!! I thought him leaving was a early Christmas present...

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  2. That looks like an altar. What gives? New sheriff in town???

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  3. Advent candles. Proof of life.

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  4. That doesn't look like Dept of Corrections.

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  5. where and when was this picture taken?

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    1. It appears to have been taken last Sunday (2nd Sunday of Advent) in Santa Rita.

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    2. Liturgically speaking; shouldn't they be wearing purple stole instead of white for the Sunday Advent Celebration? Why do these NEO Cult Presbyters continue abuse the liturgy?

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    3. Thought it should be rose or pink color. I may be wrong!

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    4. 2nd Sunday of Advent, so it should be purple. However, it does not appear that either one is celebrating Mass as neither are fully vested for it.

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    5. If Pius was the president presbyter, then they were his acolits, they just were on white as the NCW's liturgical rules say. That means they make the difference between a neo vs non neo celebration, even if they are in a sacramental supossedly catholic celebration. That's the question.

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  6. My neo neighbor told me that Pius the Putrid is on island and that will be at the rms' Xmas concert tonight @ 6 pm. she said that they will do a tour of the seminary and that they are waiting for CCOG and LFM to show up. Lol so desperate

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  7. Waldo
    Adrian
    David.

    Leave Guam!

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  8. As I was walking to my car after the 10 O'clock Mass (11 Dec)in Chalan Pago, I saw a car backing out of the old Deplata's house, and in it I saw Pius riding in the front passenger seat.

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  9. Get the monkey off the altar!

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  10. Probably waiting for Byrnes to go to Detroit to create trouble in his absence

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  11. Oh, Fiesta OUr Lady of Guadelupe ! I was there.

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  12. Dec 7 & 8 both use white. Dec. 7, Saint Ambrose and Dec. 8, Immaculate Conception. The third candle is off. Our Lady of Guadalupe falls into the third week of Advent.

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