Tuesday, March 21, 2017

THE ONLY QUESTION THAT MATTERS

Posted by Tim

Don't get caught in The Diana spin. The only question that matters is:

Why is it, that after nearly ten years since the NCW leadership was instructed to conform its communion rite to that which was required by the liturgical books, is the NCW still ignoring the instruction?

The Instruction was issued on December 1, 2005 by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacrament, the highest authority in the Church on the Liturgy, which issued the Instruction beginning with the words: "I am to inform you of the Holy Father’s decisions."

Among other things the Instruction required the NCW:
On the manner of receiving Holy Communion, a period of transition (not exceeding two years) is granted to the Neocatechumenal Way to pass from the widespread manner of receiving Holy Communion in its communities (seated, with a cloth-covered table placed at the center of the church instead of the dedicated altar in the sanctuary) to the normal way in which the entire Church receives Holy Communion. This means that the Neocatechumenal Way must begin to adopt the manner of distributing the Body and Blood of Christ that is provided in the liturgical books. 
A period of two years was granted to make the change. That means that as of December 1, 2007, the NCW was to "adopt the manner of distributing the Body and Blood of Christ that is provided in the liturgical books." 

We also note in this instruction that the NCW was required to change from "a cloth-covered table placed at the center of the church instead of the dedicated altar in the sanctuary." (Of course the Kiko's don't even use a church or any consecrated space if they can help it.) 

Archbishop Byrnes' own Instruction was issued on March 15, 2017. That means that, at least in our diocese (though it is true throughout the NCW world), the Neocats have blatantly ignored "the Holy Father's decisions" regarding the very center of the Holy Eucharist, the Sacrament of Unity. 

We must also note that in speaking through the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, the Holy Father is not speaking personally, but Magisterially

This is important to note because the Kiko's like to quote this or that bishop or cardinal or even the pope and bend those words to their own use. However, words spoken personally, even if by the pope, carry NO magisterial weight. This is why when absolute governance is required, the governance is carried henceforth through the appropriate channels of the Magisterium, and this is what Pope Benedict did on December 1, 2005. 

Thus, this is the question for THE DIANA: 

Why, TEN YEARS later, are you still persisting in your disobedience to the legitimate authority of the Magisterium of the Holy Catholic Church?

If there ever was evidence that the NCW does NOT respect the Magisterium of the Holy Catholic Church, and thus places itself outside the this same Holy Catholic Church, ten years of blatant disobedience in this regard IS THAT evidence. 


24 comments:

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    1. Thus, my point. You have nothing else.

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    2. You never cease to amuse me Tim...you always get them below the belt...LOL..

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    3. Wow anonymous 1:07 p.m.! Such an eloquent rebuttal! You must know Waldo.

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    4. Janet B -MangilaoMarch 25, 2017 at 8:24 AM

      Behold amazing Anon 1:07 !!!

      10 years to fabricate a lie/excuse to cover their heresies and disobedience. And the best he can do is "you suck"!

      Did that come straight from your catechism or from a secret netting of the hierarchy to counter the truth?

      Sad NCW running scared. Expect more desperate diatribe.

      Tim- please allow all the filth through so people can see who they really are.

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    5. Anonymous 1:07 is a prime example of the fruits of the NCW. Rotten fruit.

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  2. Poor anon at 1.07, another brilliant demonstration of the lack of any valid argument.
    And a brilliant example of the rotten fruits of the NCW.
    You are the perfect reminder of why we march, and why we protest.

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  3. The Neos don't have to follow the latest guidance from Archbishop Byrnes. All the Neos have to do is show the "Permission". You know, the one apuron said he will look for last Dec. 15, 2014.... which, up to the present, apuron cannot find, and NO other Neocat has been able to produce one either.

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  4. Much more serious than it may appear! Kiko claims to be inspired by the HS and by Mary but chooses to disobey Peter! He is making himself the infallible one! The give away is that he claims to be obedient to Peter when in fact he is not. He is trying to sustain his member's support through this deception. This is really a crisis of biblical proportion!

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  5. 4:34, WAIT! Diana says she has it. Be patient.

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    1. We could wait until hell freezes over. Even then, No Neocat can produce the much touted "permission". The sincere NCW followers have been lied to by their catechists.

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    2. And believe them. Pathetic.

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  6. The only thing the Neos have to do is...leave the Roman Catholic Church since they do not want to obey the Pope. Has it been 10-12 years that they have not conformed? Why not? Oh golly jeez me, methink the reason is they need the Catholic Church to give validation to their cult and to siphon off funds for their use. Leeches!

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    1. True 5:38 p.m. Greedy, stupid Rome is to blame for becoming involved with the non-Catholic NCW. They paid their way into the Church. Money changers in the Temple revisited.

      B16 could have dumped them for their blatant heresies and deliberate liturgical abuses, but he let them skate. Their rotten seminaries and dysfunctional students were never examined by competent authorities.

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  7. Kiko and his NCW cult Generals Gennerini, Pius, are out to destroy the Church from the inside, after luring and buying many prelates and deceiving many to follow him in his cult. They have no intention to conform or obey the church, their only motivation is money, power and recognition at all cost, no concern whatsoever about the loss of souls, or that of their very own.

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  8. Well said Anon 12:12. Unless the NCW is officially excommunicated, they will succeed in their diabolic mission. Sadly, there is no official interest in stopping them. Perverse, neo-Marxist Rome couldn't care less what the wealthy heretics do as long as they get their cut of the cult's hefty pickings. On top of that, Francis has repeatedly condemned loyal Catholics as rigid ideologues, leaving Christian doctrine to flap in the wind.

    GHQ has gone to hell. Within the past couple of weeks, top officials from the world's leading abortion and population control organizations spoke at the Vatican as its INVITED guests!!

    Meanwhile, the Pontifical Council for Life has zero members and the short-lived child protection Commission went defunct last month due to its total abandonment by the abuse-enabling hierarchy from day one. Actions speak louder than words.

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  9. What a grace that Kiko chose Guam to showcase his NCW! Now the whole world can see what fruit of obedience, unity, honesty and trust has been generated-NOT! Guam has a cuckoo in the nest. Any bishop who foolishly invites them into his diocese take note. The NCW will claim they are sent by God & the diocese needs to support them and their children. Get the cheque book out Bish!

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    1. Years archbishop Apuron told me that when the NCWs pitched their movement to him, he asked them how much it would cost. He said they replied, "Nothing." Actually it almost cost us everything.

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  10. In the UK, Plymouth, Portsmouth and Shrewsbury diocese are getting the treatment! Clifton diocese have families in mission uninvited!

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    1. What's with these families uprooting their families and going abroad as 'missionary mooches"? Did not say the Holy Spirit as it was in the day of the Apostles. Pu-lease.

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    2. 8:37 a.m. that's the template used by fundamentalist "missionary-mooches" and their families full of unaffordable children. A time-honored Evangelical and Pentecostal racket.

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  11. Who is The Diana? One devil, or a group of evil Neocats? There seems to be more than one opinion about that.

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    1. Who cares who writes as "Diana?"

      However, keep identifying Pius, still their professed lead catechist and puppeteer, as the instigator who not only sanctions "Diana" he provides the content and downward direction that the "Insider's" blog dips.

      Pius directly links to "Diana" from his own blog. Knowing this, I do not know how it is that he is allowed to be an adviser, catechist or leader of anything here in the Archdiocese of Agana on Guam. Abp Byrnes, please keep connecting the dots.

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  12. They love to create fuss over liturgy as the smoke screen for their filthy business practices and hellish dynamics.

    They love pincer movements handed to them on a plate by the sidetracking of head-on opposition where it is most sorely needed.

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