Thursday, February 9, 2017

FROM THE WORTHY ADVERSARY: EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE APURON CANONICAL TRIAL


Everything you ever wanted to know about the Apuron Canonical Trial


Confused about the Canonical Trial of Archbishop Apuron? Wondering about the secrecy or why Apuron is able to hide out in California while Vatican investigators are asking victims on Guam for depositions?
Patrick J. Wall is an advocate and world renowned author/lecturer on the history of child abuse and cover-up in institutional organizations. He began his career as a monk and Roman Catholic priest of the Order of Saint Benedict in Collegeville, Minnesota. From 1986-1998 he worked in four parishes in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. CONTINUED

22 comments:

  1. Everything done in medieval secrecy, just like the masonic orders hypocritical Rome condemns.

    We'll never know the Tribunal's verdict on Apuron. The pervert will grin his way into retirement on Guam as if nothing happened.

    And the Vatican wonders why it has zero credibility among most of the laity!

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    1. The Vatican is secretive of course.

      But there is also a reason that you find similitude with the Masonic orders.

      The Masons and the some Jewish activists started infiltrating the Vatican almost 70 years ago, helped by the modernist movement.

      They were at the core of the Vatican II, and almost hijacked the whole process, except for a last minute push back from some conservatives and traditionalists.

      Kiko's family is part of these Spanish Marranos or Conversos, who pretend to be Catholics, but have kept their old Judaic traditions and customs.

      The NCW is replete with many Jewish rituals, and their thirst for secrecy and different levels of access, are very similar to those found in Masonic lodges.

      It is no wonder that many describe them as a Judeo-Protestant
      Sect. They have all the markings of it.

      This why they try to control every aspect of the lives of their presbyters, as well as their members.

      One of their source of recruitment is the selection of flawed and dubious candidates. Particularly sexual abusers, like Apuron, Luis, Wadeson and many others.
      These people are truly indebted to them for the rest of their
      despicable lives
      We have seen first hand how they have become first class specialist at hiding and abetting these sexual predators.

      Lets not forget one of the worse of all: Pius Samnut

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  2. It's just way too sad that the church would prefer to hide these pedophiles AND STILL allow them to retain their title in a diocese which they are hiding from. How STUPID is that, ROME? This is the reason why ROME needs to be SUED....

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    1. Agreed!! The problem is that they can slither back and forth between their Church and State positions and evade litigation altogether.

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    2. It's why I have consistently stated: DON'T LOOK TO ROME. We must gird OUR loins and put on the armor of God. We have all we need through grace. But will we use it?

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    3. After reading about the shocking sexual abuse scandal in Australia, reported this week in the international news, I went online and found bishop accountability.org, an organization dedicated to documenting the sexual abuse crisis in the Roman Catholic Church, whose aim is to "facilitate the accountability of U.S. bishops under civil, criminal and canon law." According to this group, there are 84 bishops worldwide who have been publicly accused of sexual wrongdoing, 57 of whom have allegedly abused minors. Apuron is actually listed as one of them, and it includes a brief history of the abuse, but sadly, there is no picture of him. So far, only 4 of these accused bishops have been reported to be laicized. In addition, they report that of the hundreds of bishops and other senior Catholic supervisors in the U.S. that have been accused in civil filings, news reports, and grand jury investigations of enabling child abuse, fewer than 10 officials and dioceses have been criminally charged.

      I share this news not to discourage anyone but to show that there are organized efforts by groups both national and worldwide that are bringing to light the scope and nature of the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic church and are working against all odds (notably, Rome and the Vatican hierarchy) to bring accountability to these abuses by these bishops. Now, the problem as I see it is, how to you define accountability? Please go to this website for their answers to this question and to see the progress they have made.

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    4. bishopaccountability.org and gruesomely detailed coverage of the Australian abuse catastrophe have been online for ages. Probably since 18 years of Boston abuse coverups under Cardinal Bernard Law were uncovered around 2002.

      Law retired in luxury to the largest palazzo in Rome, courtesy of Pope Francis. The master pedophile enabler remains an A-Lister on the Vatican social scene. He should have been laicized and imprisoned for life!

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  3. https://www.facebook.com/kuamnews/videos/10154512484288742/

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  4. ATTENTION EVERYONE...... According to the Diana, they said "PIUS" is going to be staying on island and they want to start other communities in the neighboring islands.

    Now how in the world would archbishop Byrnes not know if "Pius" is on island and celebrating the mass without his knowledge? Am I missing something here???

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    1. It's very simple and it is what I have been saying from the beginning. The NCW is a parallel church with a separate hierarchy. It has its own liturgy, its own theology, and its own hierarch: Kiko-Catechist-You. No bishop. No pastor. Not even the pope whom they only use for photo ops.

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    2. So what's the point of having an archbishop who has no control of its own diocese? Where does archbishop Byrnes stand on all this?

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    3. It's quite obvious from his latest interview with KUAM, in which he said "It's news to me," that Byrnes was purposely misinformed or kept in the dark by Filoni-Gennarini, et al. However, it is up to him if he wants to remain that way.

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    4. No excuse for self-professed innocence which comes off as glib ignorance. Impossible to believe he really is in the dark about all this, unless he is indeed a mindless decoy. I give Byrnes more credit than what he says in public now but that too might change if he keeps up with the irritating, "I have no clue!" It gets old fast.

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    5. Rumor has it Pius not supposed to celebrate Mass. what is he doing?? Seriously. He's getting his powers from a dark place.

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    6. Well anon at 12.52, your answer is in the question.
      We know that the job was offered to several people, prior to being accepted by Arch Byrnes.
      They knew the mess we are in, so they politely declined.
      For better or for worse, Arch. Byrnes seems to be a nice enough guy, that took Filoni at his word.
      Filoni being the consummate politician that he is, probably was tickled pink to find such a willing an naive person.

      That could also be a blessing in disguise.
      I have seen how militant naive people can get, once they realized someone tried to pull the wool over their eyes.

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    7. Easy. Pius does as Pius wishes. Go to hell.

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  5. Diana said. BS. That's Pius announcing the NCW making GRY more inroads. It's himself. I can smell him a mile away.

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  6. Right now the only ones making sense are majority of commenters here at JW. The institutional church leadership is sorely inept in achieving the end result. I am gratified to see that the laity involved in this discussion are knowledgeable and are conducting their research. The Catholic Church we love is so embroiled in controversy and mired in filth due to leadership inefficiency and whitewashing, but hope springs anew in the passion and diligence of the laypeople.

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  7. How could Apuron be so reckless in destroying the Church of his ancestors. I get it about human frailty but the ambition, greed and power that got to his head are just so mind-numbing to comprehend. Did he seriously think he can get away with so much, foremost of which was his sexual abuse of minors? And he continues to deny in the face of overwhelming evidence!? This is the ultimate WTF!

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    1. He almost did get away with it. He still might.

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  8. If they are a parallel church on Mondays they must have completely separate premises and personnel from Tuesdays onwards and not importune innocent parishioners during services.

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