Monday, June 5, 2017


"Our much loved Archbishop Anthony unfairly driven out by a mob." - so says Anonymous, June 4, 2017 at 11:26 AM over at The Diana and copied and reposted here on JungleWatch by another Anonymous.

The comment of course is laughable, but I couldn't help thinking about it as I read about today's saint, Saint Boniface, who, like Apuron, was first professed in monastic life and then consecrated a bishop. But the similarities end there.

Today's entry in the Divine Office says: "While preaching the Gospel to the Frisians, Saint Boniface was killed by pagans in 754."

What Tony's sudden disappearance tells us is that he is either guilty or a coward, and probably BOTH. In either event, he is no bishop. If Tony was a real bishop, he would have stood up to the (fictional) "mob."

Instead, he abandons the pathetic little sycophants like The Diana and his beloved neocat brothers, and hightails it to Papa where he begs for help...

....even though at that point (May 26, 2017), the only persons who had made allegations against him were John Toves and Roy Quintanilla. There was no mob. More than likely what Apuron saw was David Lujan. 

And after changing his underwear, caught the first plan to Papa. LOL.

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