Thursday, April 6, 2017


Apuron's  famous saying was, " Nobody can touch me".  Well, for the last 41 pickets on Sundays, we have been touching him by calling for his removal  and defrocking. 

So far, the Yona property is returned to the Archdiocese of Agana, Fr  Paul Gofigan and Msgr. James Benavente's names have been cleared. Thank you  for your commitment and dedication!!

Folks, we may be very close in getting Apuron removed. Battles are won one step at a time..just a few more steps. Please show up Sunday, April 9 at 9:00 a.m. in front of Cathedral Basilica. Bring your friends and family. Onward Christian Soldiers!

St. Michael  the Archangel Defend Us in Battle,
Lou Klitzkie, LFM


  1. He obviously knows he's guilty. The only place no one can touch him is his grave. As sick as he looks, that might be his next stop.

  2. Come on Archbishop Apuron putfabot stop this!! The people of Guam needs to move on with, or without you?

  3. Apuron cannot put a stop to what is happening. In Mt 27:8, Judas said, "I have sinned for I have betrayed innocent blood." So far, we know of over forty victims of Apuron's betrayal. I know there are many more. Apuron's arrogant statement "No one can touch me" shows that he did not think of the potential consequences before he launched into actions he is now regretting.