Sunday, July 9, 2017

DUN-DUN-DA-DUN-DUN-DA-DUN (Star Wars Theme)


"The stone rejected by the builders (Apuron's decrees* silencing Deacon Martinez) has become the cornerstone (today's Aviso).

*See Apuron vs Martinez

16 comments:

  1. by the Lord has this been done, it is marvelous in our eyes!

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  2. Praise be, do my eyes deceive me. Finally a true member of the sacred cloth that is not afraid to call a spade a spade. There is a God!

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  3. A courageous man is asked one more time to carry this heavy cross, which a priest failed to carry properly.
    Our prayers are with deacon Steve.
    We know he won't be as easily intimidated as his predecessor.

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    1. When it's Steve there's an E in his title.

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    2. Prayers from a distance for Deacon Steve for the KAKA filled NEO Cult Dungbat has created a blog to discredit Deacon Martinez.


      DianaJuly 9, 2017 at 5:18 PM
      Dear Anonymous at 5:09 pm,

      You bring up an interesting point. If Deacon Steve says the directory contains errors, then he ends up looking like a fool because the diectory was already approved by Rome. On the other hand, if he says it contains no errors, then he will end up being criticized and probably even persecuted by the jungle.

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    3. LOL. The only fools, as usual, are the Diana's. As delegate, Deacon Steve has no authority other than what Archbishop Byrnes gives him. And since the NCW statutes place the permission to exist in a diocese at the will of the bishop, it will be Archbishop Byrnes who will make any decision. The directory doesn't have to contain errors for Byrnes to decide he doesn't want the NCW in his diocese. He already has that authority. But no worries, neocats, you will never produce the directory anyway, and that alone will take you down. Courage.

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  4. Did anyone notice the $181,000 listed in the Umatuna for Evangelization and pastoral services? What is this? Explanation please!

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    1. Several explanations needed. I'll see what I can do.

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    2. Yes $$ needed to send a NEO Cult Presbyter incardinated in Guam to places like Japan to serve the NEO Cult Zombie Communities there. BTW, Japan has its own diocesan bishops, can someone explain why the need to send missionaries there?

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    3. Do you think this is for the stipends and living expenses of all the fake priests that were ordained here and sent out on "mission"? Not to mention the cost of sending Adriana back to school?

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  5. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)July 9, 2017 at 11:39 AM

    Fantastic appointment! Congratulations to Deacon Martinez! Setting aside the irony of this appointment, Deacon Martinez is a capable, knowledgeable, and trusted guardian of the Church and absolutely one who is a great fit for this position. The archdiocese is all the better for this appointment. Lots of hard work ahead, but lots of prayers from the faithful to accompany his work.

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  6. I don't think the NEOs understand that it's not the statutes that needs reviewing, but more what the secretive 13 volumes contain. Why aren't these volumes readily available to the public as the regular catechetical books?

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  7. Surely someone who is not afraid to stand up for the truth and proclaim it on the roof tops. Excellent Choice AB Byrnes, We are surely seeing the working of the Holy Spirit through your decision to nominate Deacon Martinez to this position. May God continue to guide you in all your decisions. God Bless You AB Byrnes.

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  8. Deacon Steve Martinez, a man of integrity, excellent assignment. Let us help him in this difficult task of separating the "chaff from the wheat."

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  9. It is interesting that the Neocats are very quiet on everything that is going against them. Of course, we know they operate in secrecy, because they are not Catholic, though they want us to believe that they are. But for them to debunk what we are doing, they have nothing but, "We have been approved by three popes and umpteen cardinals and archbishops." It's really more like, "We bought our way into the Church so we can take it over. Sorry, Jack! LFM and CCOG. Guam's JungleWatch Dog!

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  10. Deacon Steve, maybe you can find the elusive document:



    TIME SINCE ARCHBISHOP APURON SAID HE WOULD FIND IT.

    2 years 208 days

    Archbishop Apuron, December 15, 2014.

    "Rome has approved it – even the way we’re receiving Communion. That they receive the host standing and they can sit down and everybody who receives it and they eat together...Rome has given permission for that. And it’s somewhere I need to find out where exactly, but they told us that permission is given."

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