Sunday, March 12, 2017

OKAY. THIS IS GOOD TO KNOW.

Posted by Tim

Like you, I was initially concerned that the one year "vacation" for Edivaldo was another reward a la Adrian (though I still don't know how March 7, 2017 to October 1, 2017 adds up to one year).


It appears that is not the case.




31 comments:

  1. Is UDOvaldo still an incardinated priest of the Archdiocese of Agana? If so, how much does he receive monthly?

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    1. He cannot be excardinated until he finds a "benevolent bishop" who will take him. Meanwhile, he is OFF the payroll since it appears that he has chosen to leave the diocese all on his own.

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    2. Good riddance to that údo.

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    3. Thank you, Tim, for your reply. On the matter of payroll, can you or anyone else give the rest of us an idea of how a priest gets paid here on Guam, e.g., how much from the Sunday collections, how much from the Archdiocese if at all, etc.? And from where do our travelling incardinated priests get their funding if they are still on the payroll? Thanks in advance.

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    4. From what I understand, priests do not get paid directly from collections. They are paid by the chancery. I understand they get paid $900 per month. The chancery gets the money via the parish assessments. Also, diocesan priests are permitted to keep the money from Mass intentions for personal use.

      If you are referring to the neo-priests who are "on mission," my understanding is that they were cut off after the new AFC took over while Hon was still here. They don't care though because their big money comes from the black market neocat communities.

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    5. Correction. Parish priests are paid directly from the parish account, which collections partially fund.

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    6. Someone noted earlier the discrepancy between Waldo's 1-year leave of absence and less than 7 months granted to him according to Byrnes' Official Aviso. What is going on at that screwed up chancery?

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    7. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)March 13, 2017 at 1:55 AM

      To Anon 9:10, I noticed that, too. But I surmised that the October 1 date is retroactive from October 1, 2016 when Abp. Hon issued the new priest assignments in September 2016 and Fr. Waldo was a no-show in his Department of Corrections post.

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  2. so is Father San Nicolas saying Fr. Waldo left Guam with no Financial support health care until his intended october return? Has the Archbishop of Denver granted faculties to Fr.Waldo in Denver?
    Whatever Archdiocese is better off without him. But reality is he is an incardinated priest with rights and alhough Archbishop ncw destroyed rights of others we shoud make sure not to destroy his waldo's rights or we become as bad as them. So Jeff's comment leaves clouds.

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    1. Reading the aviso carefully, it says Waldo was "granted one year leave of absence." This can be interpreted in several ways. But here's what I know. Waldo refused to comply with his assigned duties at DOC. Reports say he showed up drunk often, and often drunk in general. When you have a priest who never should have been a priest in the first place and doesn't want to be a priest anymore, what does a bishop do?

      In this case I think Byrnes took the right route of letting Waldo make that decision. Waldo wants out. He didn't go to Denver. He went to Miami which has a bishop who used to "walk" in the way. Next best thing to Apuron. Perhaps this bishop will be the "benevolent bishop" who will take Waldo in, which is necessary before Byrnes can excardinate Waldo. The only other option would be to laicize Waldo, and that would take a lot of work, something Byrnes doesn't want right now. Meanwhile, though, yes, Agana is still responsible for his health care and other stuff, but not his pay because this leave of absence was not the choice of the archdiocese. It was Waldo's own.

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    2. Thank you Tim you answered question better than Jeff. I think you are right. I heard about the drink problem of waldo.

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    3. Interesting that Miami FL's archbishop, Thomas Wenski, is Neocat-friendly. He masquerades as a conservative, occasionally celebrating grand EF High Masses in pontifical style.

      I wonder if he's gay too. Straight Florida priests claim that 70% of the State's Catholic clergy are homosexual. Two Palm Beach bishops in a row resigned a few years ago because of pedophile scandals involving boys. Both of the perverts are comfortably retired at the Faithfuls' expense.

      Miami's current archbishop and his priest-secretary live in a lavish 6BDR/6BA mansion with a swimming pool and tiki hut overlooking Biscayne Bay. It's valued at around $2 million. The burly prelate is a theatrical-type who greets crowds on his big Harley-Davidson motorcycle one day and parades through the Cathedral in a Liberace-style silk cappa magna the next. He's rumored to be on the Red Hat list. If that happens, he'll become wealthy Miami's first Cardinal.

      The wild South Florida scene will be very unhealthy for alcoholic Waldo. He needs rehab and a quiet home, not a brawling beach resort full of gay Cuban pretty boys.

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    4. It's not Wenski. The name is Baldacchino. He's an auxiliary.
      http://www.catholicnews.com/services/englishnews/2014/newly-named-miami-auxiliary-bishop-called-good-fit-for-south-florida.cfm

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  3. Jeff tweeting about Udo. Okay!

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    1. Actually not a tweet, but a text sent directly to me at my request because I could see where this was going if I did not post clarification.

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  4. Alright then. That's one monkey (yes, it's a pun) off the tree. How about the other monkeys? The one called The Stinky One? The one called The Lurch?

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    1. As far as Pius is concerned his faculties here had been rescinded by Archbishop Hon.
      He also got in trouble for his self appointment as Rector of RMS, both with Arch Hon and with the general of the Carmelites who finally recognized Pius liabilities were worse that his forced exile.
      Archbishop Byrnes Sent him packing after his stunt in Agat.
      He is currently on Malta with the Carmélites.
      Most likely until the Genarrini Inc. finds him a more cushy job. Perhaps Croatia or Poland where his reputation won't be so sulfurous.
      I have already warned my connection in Zagreb. :-)
      I hear the Carmelites are being a lot more aware nowdays.
      A big improvement since the petition to remove him started by Chuck White almost 3 years ago.

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    2. That Lurch primate is a bit more tricky since he is a local boy. He is a sickly one when on Guam but perky around the Chicago area. He is better off where he can find happiness other than Guam because he is toxic here, what with his conniving, glum and smirky demeanor. He has lied for Apuron way too many times (vg. fudging of RMS records/title) to recover any semblance of integrity. He left the Vicar General and Tribunal posts in shambles, and earned nothing but the disdain of Guam Catholics.

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    3. well said 10:09pm.
      when in Chicago life soul party.
      Agana he is sickly.
      Observed same with him.
      Best for Lurch to go live in Chicago for a years leave absence also. Last one to get rid of.

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  5. Check kikos meeting and look at the surprise!!!

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  6. It may well be seminarians/Priests are being held inside RMS against their will. This has led to serious social dysfunction on a daily basis inside the seminary.
    Archbishop Byrnes do you really know what is going on inside RMS?

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    1. Byrnes doesn't know what's going on anywhere. He not interested in Guam's problems and he's in way over his head.

      Dan Brown would have a blast at RMS. Scandals are just sitting there waiting to be exposed by another blockbuster novel.

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    2. Are RMS cigarettes filled with tobacco? Lots of smoking😂

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    3. Waldo driving around the island endangering people? Wonderful. Waldo said Neo way to always go 2x2,so is polish side kick going along with him?

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    4. Does Byrnes know? Simple answer NO.

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  7. 8:09pm you gave me a great Sunday evening laugh as I sip my gin Tonic. " parades through cathedral in a cappa magna Liberache style." wonder if he plays piano with a crystal candelabra displayed dressed on his silk cappa magna?

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  8. seriously 8:09pm Miami is a dangerous place for a character like Waldo. His character calls to live in a community or he may leave the Priesthood.you seem to follow news. Remember story of Fr.Albert Cutie. Imagine if that happens to a Guam priest.

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    1. 9:11 PM Cutie and Waldo are polar opposites. Malicious Waldo is a dangerous alcoholic who is totally unsuited for the Catholic priesthood.

      Cutie isn't a deceitful drunk or a pervert. He's a normal man who made a bad job decision, openly admitted his sins, requested laicization and left the Church to marry. He remained a clergyman, becoming an ordained Episcopal minister.

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  9. Janet B - MangilaoMarch 13, 2017 at 9:02 AM

    Best we unload Uduvaldo as quick as possible. Neo acquaintance mentioned a certain Fr Ed Gallagher as an example. He was a neo priest quickly and quietly incardinated in Guam. I never heard of the guy, but she tells me he was known by the neo communities. Sounds typical.

    Fr Ed was later found to have severe mental problems. Medical bills totaled in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and now people are wondering who is going to pay these bills?

    If Uduvaldo has dependency issues, will we be responsible to pay these as well? It seems as long as he remains a Guam incardinated priest, we will be stuck with all his sickly costs. And we are also probably liable for any indiscretions he has in Denver/Miami/wherever. If anyone sues him for his actions, Guam will get stuck with the liability.

    Abp Byrnes should dump this loser as soon as possible. Maybe a thorough psychological exam will prove him unworthy as a priest, which would make the cause easier for laicization. He should never have been ordained, but Apurun had his orders - CRANK OUT THE PRIESTS FROM RMS - - - REGARDLESS!

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  10. Still want to know what was in the Manila envelope in Manila. Arch called them 3 musketeers. Edi Waldo Harold and Arch a beeeshop sporting yellow plastic rain ponchos stalking the pope and successfully handing him the Manila envelope in Manila.

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    1. It was the narrative about the conspiracy led by Tim Rohr, backed by the pro-gambling, pro-gay marriage, pro-abortion crowd, to overthrow Apuron because of his (fake) opposition to these things. That's still the narrative Apuron is using. There's only two problems. It's not true and me. I was and have been at the forefront of advancing pro-life legislative measures and was well known for being on the front lines in the 2009-2010 battle over BJ's same-sex union legislation.

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