Thursday, January 26, 2017


Posted by Tim

Archbishop Byrnes takes RMS to court over Yona property

NOTE: This case was filed on November 18, 2016 and we reported on it then. It appears that it is just now making its way to court. It puts Byrnes in an awkward position. He took action on this prior to his arrival on Guam and at the behest of Archbishop Hon who had finally (after months of effort) been presented with the irrefutable facts. 

However, after Byrnes arrival, as we now know and as reported in the Jan-Feb issue of The Guamanian (magazine), Byrnes apparently now wants to save the seminary. Of course the property and the seminary are two different entities. The seminary exists by decree independent of its legal articles of incorporation. But the suit, as filed, lays out the treachery and subterfuge that is at the root of the problem with the Neocatechumenal Way in general and RMS specifically. 

How anything with such a foundation can produce "good fruit" as Byrnes reportedly now sees it, is evidence that someone is putting words into Byrnes mouth. We shall see what sort of action he now takes. Is he back yet?

PDN: Archbishop files lawsuit over seminary land

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