Tuesday, February 14, 2017

EXCUSE ME. MAY I ASK A QUESTION?

Posted by Chuck White


It's about time for the third night of Neocatechumenal catechesis at Guam's Agana Cathedral Basilica, and do you know what that means?  It means that it's time for the catechists to parrot Kiko Arguello's screed against the big, bad, bogeyman, "natural religiosity."  One is not normally allowed to ask questions at such sessions, but here are few you could try to get in, if only to rock the boat a bit.  Read more.

24 comments:

  1. Why is Byrnes permitting these heretics to flourish?!

    The Cathedral should be giving RCIA or other types of classes taught by parish priests or lay catechists trained and licensed in adult religious education. That's all churches where I live will use.

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    1. He has orders from Filoni.

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    2. Oh, you mean he came here through Hon's boss, Filoni. 'Hey, boss, I can't take this no mo, no mo, no mo, no mo!". So then Pope Francis chose Archbishop Byrnes. Did he pick him because he smelled like the sheep? Or does this whole thing stink of something else?

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    3. It stinks of something else. Like covering for pedophile bishops Apuron would expose if Rome prosecutes him. He has that worthless tribunal over a barrel.

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    4. The NCW and related phenomena are not at the service of bishops (though it says it in black and white).

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  2. If Byrnes is here to whitewash and condone the NCW abuses, then I have lost all hope in Catholic leadership. He came as a bright light of hope to fix problems brought on by Apuron. If he squanders this small opening to redeem the Catholic Church of Guam and carries on a duplicitous agenda, he will receive the censure accorded to Apuron and, partly, towards Hon when he pompously declared "there are no winners and losers." If he disappoints the people of Guam, he will not live it down, for we will be relentless in pursuing the integrity of our leaders. If, however, he stands his ground and genuinely pursues decisive and timely resolution of important issues, we will support and lift him up in ways we, the people of Guam, excel in giving to respected leaders.

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    1. It is pretty clear that Byrnes has been duped by Filoni et al. He had no idea what he was getting himself into and that is precisely why he was chosen. Filoni needed someone who was "moldable," and probably temporary as well. Byrnes himself admitted this in his interview with KUAM last week when he said "It's news to me!" However, all is not lost. Byrnes needs to shut off Filoni, and that includes Gennarini (make no mistake, Gennarini is very much in control). More later.

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    2. Gennerini rears his ugly head again?? Let us know if he's coming to the Won Pat airport. Want to give him proper welcome.

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    3. The Coadjutor Archbishop of Guam has to man up and speak on behalf of his constituents. He cannot and should not allow himself to be a pawn in Arguello and Gennarini's gameplan to destroy the Cathollc Church in very insidious and deceitful ways. He is responsible for the souls of thousands of Catholics entrusted to him. He must not be dissuaded by NCW's crooked schemes, and must be guided solely by the Christ he professes as his Master and Lord. Pray he realizes this dangerous kiko-charade sooner than later.

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    4. Byrnes will play Rome's evil games because he wants a Red Hat. He won't say or do anything to jeopardize that. He's smart enough to know that's the reward for inertia nowadays.

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  3. Byrnes is gutless. Even his body language spells defeat.

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    1. I don't think he's gutless. I just think he had no clue about what he was walking in to. We'll see though, how fast he learns. Closing RMS is his big test.

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    2. The RMS debacle will end up like Obama closing Gitmo.

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  4. I see the problems facing Byrnes as a tangled ball of string, and he is trying to find the few strings to pull to untangle the whole ball. I suggest he PUBLICLY attack the problem called the NeoCathecumenal Way's undue influence in the Archdiocese of Agana and also PUBLICLY attack the
    problem of the clergy accused of pedophilia and other immoralities. Doing so will earn our trust and our willingness to help him with other problems of the Church. He must admit he cannot solve the problems without the help of the Laity. And before he knows it, the tangled ball of string will become untangled!

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  5. He said on Patti's show this morning that he "doesn't take sides." See you on the picket line on Sunday.

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  6. Well, eventually, he might just have to take sides: as plaintiff or as defendant.

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  7. Doesn't take sides? Good grief.

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  8. If CAB Byrnes is focused on Jesus Christ, then he has to choose a side.

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  9. For sure for sure Byrnes is focused on Jesus he don't take sides. for sure for sure.

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    1. It was gutless Pontius Pilate, not Jesus, who didn't take sides and look what happened!

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  10. Does anyone know how many are attending these NCW cult recruitment talks in the parishes where they are being held ??

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    1. NCW Cult expansion in the FAS

      According to the Diana blog, the NCW Cult annual “Invitation to Joy”© recruitment efforts on Guam seem to have achieved only modest success -- 14 in Agana, 10 in Agat, unreported in Merizo.

      By now a large number of the faithful and the public on Guam know the deplorable truth about this Cult, which thrives on secrecy, both in its internal operations and in its dealings with the Church and society.

      Hence the quest for new recruits in Rota, Palau, and Chuuk, where there has been less media exposure. The economically marginalized are prime NCW Cult prospects.

      Establishment of the NCW Cult, in the Freely Associated States (FAS) of the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Palau, could open the door to human trafficking by the NCW Cult, especially from the FSM To Guam.

      Is this part of the parasitic Gennarini game plan, to cannibalize the fruit of earlier legitimate missionary work?

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    2. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaFebruary 19, 2017 at 8:12 AM

      I pray that faithful Catholics on Guam who have families and friends in Rota, Palau and Chuuk will warn them to resist the Invitation to Joy recruitment efforts in those islands.

      Although CCOG has held village meetings to inform faithful Catholics of the heresies promoted by the KAKA-filled KikoBots — the last one having been held last week in Tamuning — our brothers and sisters from the FAS have attended only a few of them. Hopefully one (or more) of those individuals will take the initiative to raise awareness to spare Rota, Palau and Chuuk from the scourge that is the NCW.

      St. Athanasius, pray for us.

      St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle …

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  11. why not check with Diana? But brace yourself, she might claim the attendance exceeded the reception Pope Francis received for his Mass at the Luneta Park
    when he visited the Philippines (in the millions, if I remember right)!

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