Friday, November 17, 2017


Note: This post is future-dated in order to keep it at the top of the blog. For now that's the only way it can be done. 

This post will stay at the top of this blog until these men receive justice. (For Sonny, it will be posthumously). We also know the identity of the boy involved in the "threesome" with Fr. Antonio Cruz (deceased) and then-seminarian, Anthony S. Apuron as described by Mr. Ray DePlata (here, here, here, and here). The boy is dead.

Roy Quintanilla: Video - StatementFile
Walter Denton: Video - Statement - File
Doris Concepcion (Mother of Joseph Quinata): Video - Statement - File
John "Champ" Quinata (Brother of Joseph Quinata): Video - Statement
Roland Sondia: Video - Statement - File


Sunday, October 22, 2017


From a JungleWatch blog post on Oct 29, 2015:

That was the last we saw of Fr. Harold. But now, at least we know where he went "on mission" to:


The following comment was made about Fr. Mike Crisostomo from an obviously English language challenged person (maybe even a new presbyter?):

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "FR. MIKE KICK'S SOME EVIL A___ ON FACEBOOK":  
Mike Crisostomo, practice what you preach hunny... I know what goes behind close door.. put it this way I KNOW TOO much of you and initials D.S, from Umatac. Stop walking as if your holly cause you know your sins... no one is perfect ok. You hide and preach behind those gowns you wear.. Stop faking it and be real... lol... Your too funny that it stinks.. 

FR. MIKE RESPONDS: "Apparently I am ruffling a few feathers from above that are perhaps insecure in their positions. This issue was brought up in a meeting a couple of years ago with the Archbishop and the Vicar General. I was questioned about the relationship and my reply then remains as it is now: "I can't have close and intimate friends as a priest?" I am not afraid of this comment. I will continue to do what I am called to do. The person who made this comment is a coward. I challenge him, like the others, to reveal himself. My family and close friends stand with me and I am confident we will endure this storm."

MY NOTE: There were two other people at the meeting. I know them both. Neither would have spread false rumors about Fr. Mike. So that leaves the Archbishop and the Vicar General who could have borne this "false witness against thy neighbor." And given the lies, slander, calumny, and false witness we have seen from the chancery over this past year, we can be sure that this lie about Fr. Mike is coming from the same source. Also, given the ESL nature of the comment (e.g. "your holly cause") we can easily assume that the Archbishop and the Vicar General have borne this "false witness" against Fr. Mike to the RMS seminarians. In fact, given what we have seen from Harold, this even smells like him. What a shame for a new priest, er I mean presbyter. But we can't blame Harold. He is an obedient slave to the Archbishop who continues to wage his campaign of lies against the priests who stand in his (neocatechumenal) way, which obviously now includes Fr. Mike.  


Friday, October 20, 2017


Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko

Born to a farm family. Ordained on 28 May 1972 in the archdiocese of Warsaw, Poland. Noted and vocal anti-Communist preacher during the period of Communist rule in Poland. Worked closely with the anti-Communist Solidarity union movement. When martial law was declared in Poland to suppress opposition, the Church continued to work against the Communists, and Father Jerzy’s sermons were broadcast on Radio Free Europe. The secret police threatened and pressured him to stop, but he ignored them. They trumped up evidence and arrested him in 1983, but the Church hierarchy indicated that they would fight the charges; the false charges were dropped, Father Jerzy was released, continued his work, and was pardoned in a general amnesty of 22 July 1984. The Communists tried several times to kill him and make it look like an accident or anonymous attack, but they quit hiding their intentions, and the secret police simply kidnapped and killed Father Jerzy. Martyr.

"Jerzy: Messenger of the Truth" promo reel from Father Jerzy Popieluszko on Vimeo.

Thursday, October 19, 2017


"We understand Your Honor, that the people are sworn to secrecy, and if they expose it that they'll be excommunicated if they expose it." - Attorney John Terlaje, Counsel for Archdiocese of Agana to Judge Gatewood

The attorneys representing Archbishop Apuron and the Archdiocese of Agana discussed the outcome of Archbishop Apuron's canonical trial the other day in federal court.

Does Rome really think that secrecy and threats of excommunication are going to work or make things better here or anywhere else?  SMH.


This article in the Umatuna is dated October 16, 2017, which means it will appear in this weekend's print version. The picture shows Deacon Frank Tenorio front and center. 

However, Deacon Tenorio was removed several months ago from his position at Kamalen Karidat. Sadly, Deacon Tenorio tarnished the image of Kamalin Karidat when he appeared in the infamous Edivaldo-produced "fist pump" video:

The Puppeteers with their puppet! from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

According to our information, Tenorio is NOT involved with Kamalen Karidat in any capacity so apparently someone at the Umatuna wanted to make a statement by using this picture. 

It's a bad move

Faith and confidence in our archdiocesan leadership had just turned a corner with the announcement of the closure of RMS, with improved donations from the faithful on the horizon. 

We hope, Fr. Mike Crisostomo, the new director of Kamalen Karidat, will soon clear this up. And we hope as well that someone will start looking into the "deep state" that still exists at the chancery, especially at the Umatuna.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Pope Francis concludes with an exhortation: to look at the “icons of today's fools,” adding, “there are foolish Christians and even foolish shepherds,” in this day. “Saint Augustine,” he recalled, “takes the stick to them, with gusto,” because “the folly of the shepherds hurts the flock.”

Tuesday, October 17, 2017


Chief judge orders Apuron to join mediation process

U.S. District Court Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood on Tuesday ordered Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, or his attorney, to participate in premediation talks to try to settle more than 130 Guam clergy sex abuse cases.


Lawsuit: Apuron tells altar boy to 'pray, get over' sexual abuse by another priest

Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron allegedly told an altar boy that he will get over an evil situation if he prays about it, after the boy told Apuron that Father Raymond Cepeda sexually abused him from around 1992 to 1999, a lawsuit filed in federal court on Tuesday says.


Monday, October 16, 2017


(posted by frenchie)

As many of us had suspected, the numbers of clergy sexual abuse claims have been piling up in both the State and the Federal courts here on Guam. That does not even take into account the numbers of victims that contacted the Fund set-up by the Archdiocese, for people who need help, without wanting to go through litigation.

While I was praying and reflecting on these problems, and the events that lead to our current situation here on Guam, I could not but conclude that my old adage: "nothing happens in vacuum" was once again proving itself to be true.

As we have seen over the last three years, since the Junglewatch started unraveling the web of lies and deceit that surrounded us from all directions; many have tried to use, to explain, to excuse, to manipulate, to exploit, to divert the personal dramas of the victims of these sexual abuses.

We were able to clearly identify that the abuses did happened because of an environment which was conducive to that abuse and to its coverup.

As recent events have demonstrated, I shall show that these problems are not specific, nor limited to the Catholic Church, or to failings related to cultural shortcomings of the Chamorro Culture, as some would love to reduce it too, but rather that it did occur, because we failed to recognize the danger, and remained silent for too long.
Unfortunately our painful experience is another example of the truism that " whom ever stays silent, agrees".

Sunday, October 15, 2017


Posted by Tim

The Kikos and Dianas have a fetish for the word "excommunicate," usually leveling it at us and specifically me. It's laughable, and continues to prove the ignorance inside the Neocatechumenal Way, however, in general, it is a discipline not well understood by most. This article by Cathy Caridi, J.C.L., in Canon Law Made Easy, is a good introduction. Have a good Sunday. 

Wednesday, October 11, 2017


Posted by Chuck White
The secret schema for the Neocatechumenal Way’s 2017-18 Beginning of the Year Convivence just arrived in my inbox from a friend in Europe. This Convivence occurs annually at the sect’s headquarters in Porto San Giorgio, Italy, and then is successively repeated throughout the world until the youngest of the Way’s communities celebrate it. This year it was occurred from September 28 through October 1.

Kiko outdoes himself, I assure you. Take, for example, his spiel on page 12...Read more.


..WHY isn't Apuron DEMANDING his "day in court" instead of DEMANDING that there NEVER be a "day in court."

"Apuron has been asking the court to dismiss the cases, stating the allegations are barred by a previous statute of limitations and they infringe upon rights guaranteed by the Organic Act of Guam." - Pacific Daily News, October 10, 2017 

The Diana's and the Trained Lawyer have been hollering about Apuron's right to "due process." Well here it is. And now they don't want it?

Saturday, October 7, 2017


By the way, today, October 7, is the "Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, formerly known as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory and Feast of the Holy Rosary, is a feast day of the Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on 7 October, the anniversary of the decisive victory of the combined fleet of the Holy League of 1571 over the Ottoman navy at the Battle of Lepanto."

Also, by the way. I intend to retire this blog before it reaches NINE MILLION...or at least this long, sad, very ugly saga of Apuron's Archdiocese of Agana. Looking forward to the future. Courage. :)


Thursday, October 5, 2017



It's instructive to note that apparently The Diana thinks that we poor little lay people have and had more influence on local decisions by this Archbishop than her massively powerful friends in the Vatican, including one so powerful he is called "The Red Pope." 

Actually, it appears Filoni-Baloney actually helped Byrnes make his decision. Since Filoni-Baloney demanded that Byrnes keep the named institutions "housed" on the property, he decided not to argue with Filoni-Baloney and just close them. Solution? Easy. 

By the way Filoni-Baloney's interference in our affairs proves Dave Lujan's point about Vatican control of this diocese and easily exposes the Vatican to liability. 


Several comments have referred to RMS as a "failed" seminary. RMS was anything but a failure. In fact it was massively successful. 

  • It succeeded in ripping off millions from the local Catholic faithful under the guise of "a seminary for Guam," when it was really only "a seminary IN Guam," and of course it never was a "seminary." 
  • It succeeded in keeping local young men from being ordained to the "real" diocesan priesthood. 
  • It succeeded in stealing away our diocese's largest material asset, a mega-million dollar property, which it appropriated as its own exclusive seaside resort where visitors were forced to make "reservations."
  • It succeeded in ordaining seventeen presbyters and inserting them into our parishes and were well on the way to breaking them. 
  • It succeeded in destroying Fr. Paul Gofigan and Msgr. James Benavente and eventually every other non-neo priest.
  • It succeeded in ridding Guam of the Capuchins. 
  • It succeeded in covering for decades of sex abuse by covering for Apuron. 
  • It succeeded in keeping Archbishop Apuron Archbishop of Agana and seeing to either Adrian or David as his successor.
  • It succeeded in the absolute destruction of the diocesan priesthood on Guam.
  • It succeeded....

Wait, you say. Didn't "we" stop all that? Didn't "we" turn all that around? Didn't "we" save our diocese and our parishes? 

Well? Did you? Did you picket? Did you call in to talk radio? Did you write letters to the editor? Did you join the CCOG? Did you stand up somewhere, sometime, some place? Did you testify at the public hearings for the bill which lifted the statute of limitations? Did you put your face on TV? Did you risk anything? 

Just wondering. 

If you did not, no worries. There's still time. All of the above could come true tomorrow if Apuron is exonerated and restored. So where are you? 

Wednesday, October 4, 2017


Latin class at RMS (you'll understand later)


What has led me to this decision is a very simple thing. The model of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary envisions a type of priesthood, and the producing of priests, that, frankly, while it works in places like Denver where there’s over a million Catholics or like Miami where there’s a couple million Catholics that have this type of seminary, it’s very sustainable. 

But in a small island like ours, and as I look back on the history of this, as I’ve paid attention personally to the Redemptoris Mater Seminary here, the main reason for closing the seminary here is that it is not a sustainable model for the archdiocese of Agana. 

I have worked with the review committee, followed up on the review committee that Archbishop Hon installed last year. I’ve consulted with our presbyteral council, with our finance council, the college of consultors, everybody I could consult with, the seminary senior officers, and this has been my determination.

The current semester that is underway will be the final semester of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary. The semester ends in the first couple of weeks in December. So certainly by the end of the year, the seminary will be officially closed. 

In that connection, in the coming weeks, I will establish a transition team to deal with important points of closing the seminary. 


Saturday, September 30, 2017


While the Kiko's are drunk with their fictitious "victory" of Archbishop Hon's supposed "demotion" for opposing their beloved Tony....ummm, this JUST happened!

Friday, September 29, 2017


During my private meeting with Archbishop Hon in January of 2015 when he was sent here as a "visitator," it was immediately clear to me that Hon had been sent to Guam with two orders: 1) shut down the dissent, and 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way. 

At Hon's meeting with the clergy a couple days later, Hon left no doubt about his script: 1) shut down the dissent, and 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way. During the meeting, one member of the clergy texted: "We're SOL." 

Upon Hon's return to Guam in June of 2016 as Apostolic Administrator, it was immediately clear that Hon had been given the same marching orders: 1) shut down dissent, 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way, and now there was a third: discredit all claims of sex abuse against Apuron. 

Number 3 was made abundantly clear when Hon addressed the diocese at St. Anthony's parish at a special meeting on June 9. He completely avoided any mention of the allegations against Apuron, which at that point were from Roy Quintanilla, Doris Concepcion, and Walter Denton. Roland Sondia would come forward the following week.

At a prayer service a few days later, as if to mock Apuron's accusers, Hon specifically mentioned allegations against clergy which he said turned out to be unproven. And on Sunday, June 12, 2016, Hon made his intent to protect Apuron, and by extension, the neocats, visible, by publicly ignoring Walter Denton on the steps of the Cathedral before Mass. 

Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai greets Catholic Protesters in Guam from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

(At about 00:35 Walter Denton can be seen telling the priest with Hon that he wants to talk to him.)

It was clear from the outset that Hon was Filoni's puppet and that he had been given a script he had to stick with. And the fact that Hon, an archbishop with no experience of ever running a diocese, was sent to fix the most troubled diocese in the world, was all the more confirmation that he was only here to run interference for Apuron and preserve the Neocatechumenal Way. 

But there was something Filoni and Hon didn't count on: FACTS. Facts, and people willing to stand up to the Vatican bullies. 

In August of 2016, Hon was finally cornered with those facts by certain lay people at a meeting with the presbyteral council. Hon was cornered. He had no alternative but to admit that Apuron and the neocat hierarchy had conspired against the faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana and had covered the conspiracy with the most remarkable lies - the same lies that recently appeared in the dutiful groveling of a fourth rate Italian version of the Enquirer which still reports Elvis sightings. 

But Hon's real downfall came when he publicly mocked the bill lifting the statute of limitations. Initially the bill only targeted individuals, not institutions. However, Hon's mockery of the effort led to an angry public hearing and the modification of the bill to hold institutions accountable - since it became evident that doing so would be the only thing which might make Hon finally cast off his Filoni-provided script and face the truth about Apuron and the Gennarini agenda.

Upon the unanimous passage of the bill, Hon immediately sought to appease us by running to Rome to ask for Apuron's resignation.

Full letter

But now that put him directly in the crosshairs of Kiko Arguello and Filoni Baloney. Arguello and Filoni flew into action and got Hon out of Guam PRONTO! - replacing him with a bishop from Detroit who admittedly had no prior knowledge of Guam's problems. 

Upon Byrnes' assignment, Filoni ordered Gennarini to meet with Byrnes before actually going to Guam. I don't know if Gennarini ever got to him, but I know there were several attempts. The assignment of Byrnes was another red flag. Why assign a bishop who knows nothing of Guam to the most troubled diocese in the world? It was easy to see why: 1) the people of Guam historically have respect for "American" authorities, and 2) Filoni and Gennarini saw Byrnes as malleable. 

Byrnes' pastoral and more so his "American" image was meant to disarm us while Filoni and Gennarini would work on him behind the scenes. However, Byrnes soon ran into the same wall called FACTS that Hon ultimately ran into, and it wasn't too long before Byrnes publicly declared Apuron a "DISASTER."

So now Byrnes is in Filoni and Kiko's crosshairs. However, Byrnes is not in the same position as Hon who is an employee of the Curia and only appointed temporarily. Byrnes is a coadjutor bishop with full rights of succession to the episcopal chair of this diocese once it is declared "vacant."

In short, Byrnes is not under Filoni's authority or control. To remove him would require a canonical process similar to Apuron's. Of course, the pope can still act unilaterally, albeit in contradiction to canon law, and who knows, maybe Byrnes would much rather go back to Detroit. (Who could blame him.) 

All of this intrusion by Filoni, Kiko, and Gennarini, including the recent so-called "demotion" of Hon to nuncio to Greece, is a loud declaration that Apuron is NOT INNOCENT. For if he was, it would have simply been declared and there would not be the very obvious great panic to deflect, deny, discredit and destroy - which is the neocat calling card. 

Maybe the Red Pope, (aka Filoni) should spend some time in the Sistine chapel staring at the back wall. 

Thursday, September 28, 2017


I received several inquiries about responding to your article regarding your defense of the on-the-run-and-in-hiding Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron.

Actually, my only quibble with your piece is that it didn't begin with "Once upon a time..." In fact, you could have continued with "in a land far, far, away."

Oh, and one other small quibble: In Vatican Insider, the article appears under a section called "Inquiries and Interviews," but there is no reference to anybody "inquired of" or "interviewed" except for an anonymous canon lawyer and a couple of public records. 

But the short of it is: There really is no need for me to respond to you.

Tony already has. Here it is:
"Through his attorney, Jacqueline Terlaje, Apuron filed a motion asking the federal court to dismiss the lawsuits against him, claiming that the allegations are barred by a previous statute of limitations and that they infringe upon rights that the Organic Act of Guam guarantees."

You see, La Stampa, if the story you were handed was true, Tony would be demanding his day in court to prove everything you reported in your story, and in particular, the grand conspiracy to manufacture sex abuse victims. Instead, he is demanding that he NOT have "his day in court," and that the cases against him be DISMISSED!

Doesn't that strike you as odd, La Stampa? Finally, an opportunity to get in front of the whole world and expose this evil conspiracy against him - from the alleged collusion between a Chinese casino interest and a supposed opportunistic real estate salesman, to the alleged manufacture of 40 year old sex abuse claims - and what does Tony do?

He screams: NO, NO NO!

That should tell the whole world what we already know.

Bonus article: Archbishop Anthony Apuron of Guam - A pervert in priests' clothing?


Wednesday, September 27, 2017


Note: In light of the La Stampa fairy tale, we are reposting this post by Bob from Aug 25, 2016.)

Posted by Bob

Once upon a time there was a priest named Apuron who really liked little boys. The boys grew up and a few of them told everyone about Apuron, who although he never grew up, became an Archbishop. Apuron took on the mafia, Mark Brown (formerly of Trump Casinos), a powerful Chinese consortium, prostitution, crime, drugs, the brown tree snake and the rhinoceros beetle. Had it not been for Apuron's catechist, Father Pius, (and the little boys who grew up) we'd never have known of all Apuron's wonderful works--works so great that one day Apuron will be on par with Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores, i. e. according to Father Pius.

Well, not really live but not on Guam either.  

Above the marquee is satire. Repeating, it's satire.  What follows is not satire but it's really hard to tell the difference.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017


On 9/21/17, the Catholic Herald ran a story titled: 

Priests guilty of abuse will have no right to appeal, Pope says

It sounds good, but look who is at the center of the pope's promise! The pope even calls him a "prophet!"

The Pope admitted he made a mistake softening the sentence of an abuser priest

Pope Francis has endorsed an approach of “zero tolerance” toward all members of the church guilty of sexually abusing minors or vulnerable adults.

Having listened to abuse survivors and having made what he described as a mistake in approving a more lenient set of sanctions against an Italian priest abuser, the pope said he has decided whoever has been proven guilty of abuse has no right to an appeal, and he will never grant a papal pardon.


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "LOL": 

so if you already know about John Toves ,Roy,Walter and Roland back in May 2016, Where and how did you find Doris Concepcion..More importantly,How much was she paid to come forward with her story? 

Arizona woman says her son was molested by Archbishop Apuron from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.


He's a waste of time. But I saved his emails anyway...because I always suspected what he really was and knew someday I might have to use them.

By the way, one of the funniest things about Blockley was his anonymous comments. He spelled so bad that I had to ask him to rewrite them because I knew everyone would know it was him. SMH. Have fun, Diana. BTW, Rome already has his number. There's a reason he hasn't retuned to Saipan...even with a new bishop.

PS. Note to author of the La Stampa thing. 

Sunday, September 24, 2017


PDN: SNAP: Clergy abuse cases could hit 1,000


LINK to Casteix testimony on Bill 334-30. By the way, Casteix gets all her Guam intel from the fugitive "priest," Blockley, who continues to hide in Manila. And it's time Cardinal Tagle get rid of him. 

Saturday, September 23, 2017


Posted by Tim

I suppose that I should be flattered that our enemies have sought to recruit the services of the fourth largest tabloid in Italy (La Stampa) to do battle with my "li'l ol' blog" (aka JungleWatch). 

I don't wish to engage the lazy La Stampa article point by point. I've been doing that for four years. It's all been disproved, document by document, for the last four years. For those who care to actually do a little research of their own I've made it easy by placing all the documents proving everyone of our claims TRUE and everyone of theirs FALSE in the FILE BOX.

And if you don't find what you are looking for, let me know.

Meanwhile, just know, that if all was well with Apuron, Pius the Putrid and his ilk would have no need to run to a fourth place Italian tabloid. 

Thursday, September 21, 2017


posted by frenchie

In the above picture of the Hydra, the mythical Greek monster, Gustave Moreau the French painter, admitted that he was heavily influenced by the Beast of the Book of Revelation.

This is a great allegory about what the Church of Guam is facing, in its challenge to rebuild, and to challenge the masonic proto judeo-protestant cancer also known as the Neocatecumenal Way.

As I was finishing a post yesterday, on my personal blog which I dedicate to the Medias, Politics, History and Propaganda, I was contacted by one of our many friends, who was wondering what this article in La Stampa  was all about, as it was written of course in Italian.

Upon reading it, my first answer was: this is nothing else than a rehashing of the litany of lies, false accusations and slander that Pius the Itinerant Catechist, which we had to suffer the presence on this island for so long, had published and screamed from the top of his putrid lungs for the last 5 years.

If you ever had to be convinced about the reality of evil during our lifetime, you just need to read this
collection of detritus regurgitated by the very Neo friendly S. Cernuzio, a so called journalist from la Stampa, the left leaning newspaper of Northern Italy.


We are aware of the article written by Pius the Putrid for lastampa. Frenchie will address it.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017



The last two years, we have been bombarded in the western media by a slough of hysterical women from all walks of life, regarding a wide array of subjects ranging from the serious subject of a first woman president all the way to the totally ridiculous  "men spreading".

Here on Guam, we have a special treat known under different monikers, the most popular being :
The Diana.
Personally I do not care much for it, since I would prefer picture the name of Diana, with the memory of the young princess who died tragically in Paris 20 years ago; rather than that of the delusional Mae.  

The question remains: " is Diana really an hysterical wrench" who is zealously doing the biding of her gurus? Or is she more of  an

Saturday, September 16, 2017


Posted by Tim

Yes! Finally someone gets it. But of course it's not someone from our local press, which has simply gone sicko for any crumbs the Snap thugs will trow at them. And by the way, who the hell cares about the United Nations, distributors of abortion and birth control. Good for you Mr. Mattingly. Thank you for taking our local "journalists" back to what should be "Journalism 101." 

Trust me, I know what it's like to be a reporter who has to call people who you already know do not want to talk to you. I mean, I am so old I worked the Godbeat in the 1980s, the era of the great televangelist scandals.

But way back then, journalists had a way of letting readers know that the newsroom tried to give people a chance to respond to their critics, to tell their side of complicated stories. Reporters would call and call and call. You might even knock on someone's door. CONTINUED

Thursday, September 14, 2017


Posted by Chuck White

Emmanuel, writing from Bogota, Columbia, reminds us that the Neocatechumenal Way is "approved". 

Approved!  Approved! Approved!  All the machinations, shenanigans, and sectarianism is approved!  All of Kiko and Carmen's doctrinal deformations approved!

Friday, September 8, 2017


Posted by Tim

So, here’s what’s happening. And it’s no surprise. In fact, we have been reporting on this without the intel we now have because we knew exactly what “they" would do.

As expected, Filoni-Baloney and Kiko are putting a full court press on the outcome of Apuron's trial to keep the verdict from taking down the NCW worldwide.

To review.

Because of Apuron’s status in the NCW (i.e. the only bishop who is actually “one of the brothers"), his canonical demise does not bode well for the future of the KHW (Kiko’s Heretical Way). 

Loads of bishops around the world, upon the canonical demise of Apuron, will be emboldened to at last extricate the NCW from their dioceses. 

Even though these bishops have always had the authority to get rid of the KHW (aka NCW) in their dioceses - or at least limit or not permit it in the first place, it is no secret that so many of the world’s bishops are wimps and look for cover before they take action on what they already know they SHOULD take action on!

Kiko and Filoni-Baloney know this. They also know that Apuron has been found GUILTY. There simply is no doubt about it. At the very least he has been undoubtedly found guilty of running a DISASTER of a diocese for thirty years, as both Archbishop Hon and Byrnes have publicly stated. 

At most, he has also been found guilty of child sex abuse. As every Guam senator present at the public hearings for Bill 326-33 can testify: NO ONE can look Walter Denton in the eyes and say he’s lying. And the chief investigator and judge, Cardinal Burke, was able to do that. 

Thus, Kiko and Filoni-Baloney have nothing left...EXCEPT to interfere with the sentence

Not that they care about Apuron's actual punishment. They only care about the harm any publicity of the verdict and his punishment will do to KHW (aka NCW). 

So here’s what they’re doing.

Rather than permit the verdict to be transmitted directly to Pope Francis, as it should be. Filoni-Baloney is arguing that Apuron's trial falls under the Sacramentorum Sanctitatis Tutela and therefore should come under the review of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF). 

Filoni-Baloney is the former Secretary to that Congregation so he knows well its inner workings as well as the current leadership and how to screw with it. And screw with it, he is!

You can read the full document at this link, however, here is the relevant paragraph:
"The 1922 Instruction included a short section dedicated to another canonical delict: the “crimen pessimum” which dealt with same-sex clerical misconduct. This further section determined that the special procedures for solicitation cases should be used for “crimen pessimum” cases, with those adaptations rendered necessary by the nature of the case. The norms concerning the “crimen pessimum” also extended to the heinous crime of sexual abuse of prepubescent children and to bestiality."
Filoni-Baloney's strategy (in collusion with Kiko) is simple: delay, delay, delay. 

The objective is to delay everything, including the announcement of the verdict, until Apuron turns 75, three years from now, when he must submit his resignation as Archbishop of Agana. At that point, the strategy is to lessen the verdict to simply mismanagement and to give Apuron time to build his narrative that he was unjustly ousted by pro-gambling/pro-gay forces. (A narrative that even now has all the bishops laughing!)

And to that end, Kiko met with Pope Francis on September 4. 

I heard Francis was NOT amused.

Monday, September 4, 2017


Every year at the beginning of the month of September, I silently pray for the souls of the victims of one of the worst bloodletting of the French Revolution, known as the Massacres of September 1792
Three years after the initial steps of the French Revolution, the country had fallen in a state of terror.
After the take over of the Tuileries Castle, where the Royal Family had been forced to leave by the Constitutional Assembly, in an awful and violent attack on August 10th, which saw the massacre of the King's Swiss Guard by a rabid mob high on alcohol; the Monarchy was abolished, and a large number of Nobles and of Clergy were detained in hastily made prisons around Paris. Many, former seminaries and cloisters.

The Revolutionary government in a state of panic, due to the successful breech by Prussian and Austrian troops of the French borders, started to spread rumors of an inside plot by the royalists and the clergy to plans of an uprising inside France. This was total malarkey, but it fueled the anger of the revolutionary committees within Paris, who decided to go and empty the prisons of the "plotters".

What ensued, would remain one of the most gory and disgusting event of the French Revolution.
Innocent people who had been arrested on false charges for the most part were yanked out of their cells by drunken mobs and slaughtered in the most gruesome ways.

Among the 3000 or so victims, were many members of the Clergy, including three Archbishops. On October 17 1926, Pope Pius XI recognized 191 victims of these massacres as Blessed Martyrs. Last year Pope Francis elevated one of these Martyrs: Salomon Leclerq ( a Christian Brother) to be canonized.

Why should we care, here on Guam about something that happened when the USA was still in its infancy, and this island still under Spanish control ? How is this relevant of our current struggle?

GUAM DAILY POST: Concerned Catholics monitor seminary

GUAM DAILY POST: Mediation talks to begin in child sex abuse cases

Saturday, September 2, 2017


With all the bad news about clergy, let's remember that there's some good, too. Here's one. (Borrowed from a Facebook post by Fray Eric.)

This photo made it to the news back in the day. It's of Father George carrying a Vietnamese girl in 1975 during Operation New Life, when Guam hosted 100,000+ refugees at the Fall of Saigon to the communists. Many Capuchins spent time among the refugees, many of them Catholic. Fr George folded the pic, and thus that irritating crease. Ugh.


Man: Why don't you come in politely and make a reservation as everyone does?

Full story

NOTE: So apparently the boys at RMS are running a hotel after all, since Edwin the Basketcase Bushu tells the KUAM reporter that she is "not polite" and that she should "come in politely and make a reservation as everyone does?" But of course, Bushu is lying. Not only were the doors to the RMS hotel locked - as the video shows - no one at RMS would even pick up the phone. 

BTW, a few weeks ago, in defense of Apuron, Bushu was screaming at his congregation from the pulpit at the Yigo church (where he is supposed to be) to "stop judging." Hey Bushu, sounds like you were pretty quick to judge the KUAM reporters. 

BTW, Bushu was neo-fast tracked, entering the seminary in 2008 and ordained in 2011. ONLY THREE YEARS to the priesthood. 


A group of Catholics on the Pacific island of Guam plan to spend several days counting the number of people going in and out of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona, the Pacific Daily News (PDN) reports.

The results of the head count, which the Concerned Catholics of Guam calls "Occupy RMS", will be presented to the Archdiocese of Agana, owner of the seminary which is now managed by the Neo-Catechumenal Way movement. CONTINUED

Friday, September 1, 2017


The KAKA filled NEO Cult Zombies are again showing their true colors at the Dungbats latest blog. They are using that ill fated social media to tell everyone that the Red Pope controls the NEO Cult Presbyter Factory in Yona and ArchNEO Cult Presbyter Anthony Sablan aspirin is still in control of the Catholics on Guam. LMAO 😂 😂

AnonymousAugust 31, 2017 at 7:57 PM

Excuse me. RMS cannot be sold off without the approval of the Congregation for Evangelization/curia.
Archbishop of Agana requires consent of curia to sell/close down.
Wishes of Cardinal Filoni/curia important. Archbishop Anthony is Archbishop of Agana.

Canon Law does not require the approval of Filoni, the Curia, or his pathetic congregation. Canon Law requires permission "of the Holy See":
Can. 1292 §2. The permission of the Holy See is also required for the valid alienation of goods whose value exceeds the maximum amount, goods given to the Church by vow, or goods precious for artistic or historical reasons.
So what is the Holy See? Is it Filoni? Nope. The Holy See is ultimately the pope. The Catholic Church is a monarchy, not a democracy. But beyond that, there is this:
Can. 1293 §1. The alienation of goods whose value exceeds the defined minimum amount also requires the following: 
1/ a just cause, such as urgent necessity, evident advantage, piety, charity, or some other grave pastoral reason;
The "just cause" is the salvation of the "essential properties," i.e. churches and schools. If the Yona property is NOT part of the settlement, attorneys for the plaintiffs will NOT be willing to settle and will pursue their cases through the court where ALL diocesan properties will be at risk.

The pope is not likely to place all of our churches and schools at risk to save a neo-infested property which will probably need millions of dollars of decontamination work (if not several exorcisms), before the property is of any use to anyone.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017


Concerns have been raised in numerous places about the movement’s liturgical practices, and it has been accused of dividing parish and diocesan communities. 
Over the years, they’ve been banned for periods of time in various places, including Japan, the Philippines, Nepal, as well as a number of individual dioceses in both Europe and North America.

NOTE: The actual offense was much worse than "insubordination." The actual offense was "abuse of office." And notice, even CRUX (which is the publication of John Allen, one of the foremost Catholic Church correspondents), calls them "Neocatechumenal Way priests." 

MARRIAGE: PART 5 - Angry Women and Passive Men


Note: I began this series after our local church leadership, in response to The Economist article about Guam having the highest divorce rate in the world, announced that the sad statistic was seen as an "opportunity to do more. " So I decided personally to do more by sharing, with you, articles such as this.

By Dr. James Dobson

The problem has its origins in childhood, long before a young man and woman stand at the altar to say, "I do." For her part, the girl is taught subtly by her culture that marriage is a lifelong romantic experience; that loving husbands are entirely responsible for the happiness of their wives; that a good relationship between a man and woman should be sufficient to meet all needs and desires; and that any sadness or depression that a woman might encounter is her husband's fault. At least, he has the power to eradicate it if he cares enough. In other words, many American women come into marriage with unrealistically romantic expectations which are certain to be dashed. Not only does this orientation set up a bride for disappointment and agitation in the future; it also places enormous pressure on her husband to deliver the impossible. CONTINUED

Tuesday, August 29, 2017


(Photo courtesy Jose Martinez FB page)

Poor Diana. So stupid. The "archdiocese" NEVER stated to the press why the four were fired. The only mention of the cause for their termination came from the PDN reporter who quoted Byrne's letter to one of the priests. No one at the chancery has said anything to the press other than to confirm that the four were terminated. So it is impossible to "backtrack" something that was never said. But then we are very used to STUPID from these tiny turds.

Tony Diaz, director of communications for the Archdiocese of Agana, confirmed on Wednesday that the archbishop removed the four from his Presbyteral Council in July.

"They are no longer on the Presbyteral Council," he said.

Diaz said the archdiocese could not comment on the specific reasons for the revocation of their appointments.

The Archdiocese of Agana confirms that four priests assigned to the Archdiocese of Agana Presbyteral Council were removed by Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes in July.

Rev. Rudy Arejola, Monsignor David C. Quitugua, Rev. Jose Alberto Rodriguez-Salamanca and Rev. Julio Cesar Sanchez were removed from the council as a disciplinary measure, but the archdiocese isn't providing additional details.

Archdiocese Director of Communications Tony Diaz would not confirm that the four were terminated due to insubordination for writing a letter about issues concerning the Archdiocese of Agana directly to the Vatican.

"Learning from the past, the archdiocese strives not to comment about disciplinary matters," Diaz said.

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