Tuesday, August 15, 2017


Gotta love the opportunities the Kikos give us to drag out Apuron's dirty history over and over again. It's hilarious to think that they don't know that the Vatican DOES NOT deal with finance officers of individual dioceses. LOL. It is NOT the finance officer's duty to submit anything to the Vatican:
Can. 494 §4. At the end of the year, the Finance officer must render an account of receipts and expenditures to the Finance council.
It is then the duty of the bishop, who presides over the Finance council (Can. 492 §1. In every diocese a Finance council is to be established, over which the diocesan bishop himself or his delegate presides) to submit whatever the Vatican requires

And it was Apuron who FAILED to submit the financial reports to the Vatican:

Letter to Apuron, June 15, 2011

Letter to Apuron, March 7, 2012

Apuron's excuse of course is to say he told someone else to do it and then blame them. But seriously, Balvo says in 2011 that he had not received a financial report "since I have been here.!" Balvo was appointed Nuncio to this region in 2005, so that means for 6 years Apuron had to have the same excuse: "I dunno, I told so and so to do it." LOL.

As for the 2002 Archdiocesan sex policy being purposely kept weak, note that Apuron himself indicated that the policy would be amended upon the adoption of a "national uniform policy" to occur "later this year." 

Well the national policy WAS established only two months later:

However, Apuron NEVER amended his policy to reflect the "national policy," and probably for good reason: HIS! In fact, on July 6, Archbishop Byrnes publicly confirmed what Deacon Martinez had previously alleged:
"Some of the policies that had been around for a long time, for instance the sexual abuse policy, was sorely lacking in its bite, in its clarity of a solid process to deal with these kinds of things," he said. - The Catholic Register, July 10, 2017

1 comment:

  1. The NCW has its own sick moral code and Rome won't hold them accountable for anything. Their enormous wealth and huge Vatican payoffs put them beyond scrutiny.