Monday, March 20, 2017


Posted by Tim

After posting the news link about Archbishop Byrnes' letter regarding the NCW to my Facebook Timeline, I received a few comments asking "what does this mean?"

Here is my reply:

At the root of many of the problems in the Archdiocese of Agana is the sinister insinuation of the beliefs and practices of a man named Kiko Arguello who founded the Neocatechumenal Way. 

Kiko's teaching are at odds with true Catholic teaching, specifically as regards the Eucharist. He does not believe or teach that the Eucharist, the consecrated bread and wine, actually are the Real Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, but that Christ is simply present amongst the community during their "eucharist."  

Because Kiko believes different it is critical for his members to practice different since the "law of prayer is the law of belief." In other words, what we do not only expresses what we believe, it determines it.

This is why, on January 17, 2006, five days after Pope Benedict XVI publicly pleaded with Kiko Arguello to obey the CDW instruction "issued in my name," Arguello answered the pope with a very public and clear "NO!" 

Kiko has been brilliant in inserting himself and his teachings into the Catholic Church, masking them behind apparent orthodox "lip service" to the Roman Magisterium, and he has also been brilliant at buying influence within that same Magisterium. 

In short, all of this is an evil heresy that is, like all heresies, the work of Satan to rip apart the Bride of Christ, the Church. 

With this letter, Archbishop Byrnes takes dead aim at the aberrant and illicit NCW communion rite which is distorted from the communion rite required by Rome. The letter strikes at the heart of Kiko's heresy, though few will yet call it that. 

On Guam, the heresy was particularly abhorrent because its leaders bought the archbishop (Apuron,) in order to have unrestricted access to the diocese in turn for protecting Apuron from the law suits Apuron knew would one day come.

It's an extremely sick and twisted mess and sadly, many are losing their faith over this. The challenge always remains: we can get bitter or we can get better. Satan doesn't care how he wins your soul, as long as he does. It's your choice.

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  1. Excellent post, Tim. This should go into the Umatuna, the PDN, and the Post, for all to read. This is the truth.

  2. bitter is the way of judas iscariot. better is the way of peter. i choose peter.

  3. He does not believe or teach that the Eucharist, the consecrated bread and wine, actually are the Real Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, but that Christ is simply present amongst the community during their "eucharist."
    Then why is it that the priest says: This is my body which will be given up for you? Just for show?
    Man you really need to get some better information.
    Because you're right. Many people are losing faith in Guam, thanks to all the crap you guys say about the Neocatechumenal Way. You guys are the ones creating divisions.
    Hopefully one day you realize and repent before you have to stand in front of God. God bless you.

    1. LOL. Even many protestant denominations when they do their communion service say those words.

      We actually do have "better information," better information than you have. This is why Archbishop Byrnes DEMANDED that your play liturgy be celebrated ONLY on the "ALTAR OF SACRIFICE." You cannot do that because you do not believe in an Altar or a Sacrifice.

      Show me the teaching from the Catechetical Directory where Kiko teaches that the Eucharist is the Real Body and Blood of Christ.

    2. 1:32 no one is "losing faith in Guam". Rational people worldwide are supporting its protests, non-Catholics included. Guam's only detractors are the lying NCW scum who were slammed by Bp. Byrnes. You sound like one of them.

  4. "we can get bitter or we can get better." Powerful words. this whole affair has caused suffering sickness in others lives. Bitterness set in years ago unfortunately it was followed by sickness. But these words remind we can get better. Even victims of German concentration camp survivors got better.

    1. No, most of them perished. Wrong analogy. Learn your world history.

    2. Perhaps it would have been more correct to say: Even "some" victims... and that would have been true. The commenter above appears to be referring to Viktor Frankl.