Monday, July 10, 2017

THE NEOCAT BET

Posted by Tim

Now that Deacon Steve has been appointed delegate to the neocats and Archbishop Byrnes has called for Apuron's removal, it may seem like we are zeroing in on success. That's exactly what the neocats want you to think. So don't. 


Even now, they are amassing at RMS, readying themselves for a full onslaught on Archbishop Byrnes with all their fakery of obedience and submission. To add to the 70 neocats who already live there, previous "missionaries" to Guam have been ordered back to Guam and have already been seen wandering about the community. 

And do not think that the sale of that property will solve the problem. They will move in with members of the communities and continue their plot from there. 

And why are they doing this?


Apparently, it has become obvious to them that Apuron will be taken down. In fact, it appears that someone on their side already knows. Examine this comment from The Diana as left on my blog here:
AnonymousJuly 8, 2017 at 11:57 AM
Fail to see how Archbishop Apuron can have a fair due process system.
No matter outcome of this case Guam needs the NCW Clergy and communities for the future of the Archdiocese. Clear NCW are the future of Guam.
The comment is very telling. Someone already knows the outcome of the case and he or she is preparing The Dianas for the inevitable, and at the same time attempting to discredit the Vatican's decision due to the lack of "fair due process." 

This is why the focus has shifted from saving Apuron to saving the neocat communities. But why?

Kiko's cult cannot afford such a public failure as the failure of his cult in Guam would be. No single bishop in the world, at least not recently, has stood up to the neo's and demanded to both review their directory and that they conform their liturgy to their own statute. 

Kiko cannot afford a failure here because it will immediately have a domino effect around the world and Kiko's mega-billion dollar heretical empire will come crashing down faster than the fall of the Third Reich. 

The Kiko's strategy is two-fold: 1) continue to work with the weak pastors on non-neo parishes - and sadly there are plenty of those, and 2) smother Byrnes with bullshit. 

I believe that Byrnes is quickly getting battle-hardened and with the right help, such as Deacon Steve Martinez, Byrnes will be able to easily see through their fakery. However, the parish priests (many of them) are another story. And this means that the battle for your Church, your parish, will have to be waged at the parish level. 

Remember now, these guys are good. They know how to give you just enough bones to keep your head in the dog bowl and keep you begging for more. You'll be offered position, privilege, power...anything to buy you. You must remember that their whole history is fraught with subterfuge, deflection, denial, fraud, pretense, and above all: strategy. 

Recently, in speaking about whether we will win or lose the "war on terror," President Trump said: "The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive.”

The fundamental question of this moment in our Church is whether the people who call themselves "true Catholics" have the will to move beyond the efforts of the LFM, the CCOG, and JungleWatch to take the battle upon themselves. The neocats are betting that you don't. 


16 comments:

  1. Rally around Bp. Byrnes and firmly support him. In unity there is strength.

    The Neos are a predatory wolfpack. If they sense any weakness or lack of resolve in your ranks, you're dead meat.

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  2. Yes, we need to show the whole world, that we will NEVER sit down and shut up when we see evil in our Church.

    The NCW must not be allowed to continue spreading its lies and deceptions because the Vatican "allowed" it, they will not succeed because we, the Catholic Church will NEVER allow it.

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  3. The Archdiocese of Agana needs to be transparent on the monthly expenses and revenue from the Yona Property if it wants its members resume giving any sort of donation. The NEOs need to pay for the room and board resulting from the influx of past missionaries being housed there. No money from my family until we see any form of transparency from housing these people.

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    1. Money comes from benefactors and communities.

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  4. Spotted Fabio and Santiago, more than likely heading to the RMS seminary in Yona. Perhaps it is a good thing that Fabio is here to answer the where abouts of the monies raised by the parishioners of St. Rita for the parish center.

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  5. No matter where the neo's are, they are experts in giving their own testimony. Now it is my turn. I watched the video posted here on Jungle Watch. The video contain the Holy Mass celebrated by Archbishop Apuron. In it, after Archbishop Apuron gave his homily he called up to altar a neo member-a woman to share her testimony to the congregation and described by Arch. "how to become a better Christian" (Only by joining the neo, i suppose). After hearing Apuron say this, I felt so hurt and empty as though I've been climbing up the ladder to increase my spiritual knowledge and knowing I've reached the point where I know I held a rank (spiritual rank) though because of Arch. Apruon's comment I had to think if all my work and sacrifices was all done for nothing. I have something to tell you Arch. Apuron? I will not allow you to ever confuse me again, nor for you to try and rob me from my true one and one relationship with Jesus, my teacher.

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  6. Are the Neocats obediently celebrating the Mass as per Archbishop Byrnes instructions, or are they still celebrating their own "way?"

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    1. I would bet that they haven't changed. Anyone know?

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    2. They wait about half an hour after Saturday 5 p.m. parish mass with the real Catholics before going up to the church in Santa Rita to do the celebration there. Majority don't attend parish mass on Saturday or Sunday but substitute it with their own Neo celebration.

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  7. Why do they have the keys to the Yona property? They think they own it and no one else can access it unless they follow their way (not the Way of Catholicism). I say Archbishop Byrnes should change the locks.

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    1. The Neos should be legally evicted from RMS post haste and the property put up for sale. Why in hell should 70 of those perverts be stashed in a fancy resort hotel at archdiocesan expense?!

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  8. Ask Fabio where is the money that was supposed to build a new building for Santa Rita because the foundation was breaking.

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  9. Pray, Fast, go to Adoration (Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church has perpetual Adoration), go to Confession!

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    1. Agree, do this as an important preparation to steel yourself against the evils that lurk around. Then, do whatever is necessary to purge these evils. Prayer is vital but it should not stop there. Take action and reclaim your baptismal right, otherwise we become an additional pollutant to the toxic mess. Let us resolve to remain vigilant in the fight against abuses to the Magisterial authority of the Church. We cannot let Tim Rohr, LFM, CCOG and others do the fighting for us. Let us do this along with them.

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  10. I testify that "community" members and itinerants repeatedly violate basic spiritual principles and diocesan and parish rules and have lately become more and more erratic and ever bolder and more brazen. The average clergy and laity alike, don't know they are born. I am not saying much about recent local details I know, because they are delicate.

    The only thing legitimate to carry on is a mid week Bible study and only provided it is explicity broadcast and acknowledged by all parties that it has got nothing to do with "stages" or itinerants.

    It has to be made explicit in public that every member can obtain from your Archbishop a certificate confirming they are not bound by any supposed ties, bonds, binds, vows, oaths, promises or covenants thought to have been contracted in the "communities", AND additionally that they are without exception objectively and officially released from same alleged ties etc whether they apply for a certificate or not.

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    1. Very strange that at the final stage of the election the community studies the beatitudes and although these say "do not swear at all" the community members are expected to make a formal covenant (another word for a sworn oath) "in front of God and this community" Its not surprising that the members go along with it unthinkingly because of the inertia of the process and pier pressure. It is also not surprising that the ncw wants to keep this secret. Just the last instalment of control and manipulation to bind the community to Kiko's gravy train. Lets pray that the truth will come out and the members will be set free!

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