Sunday, October 22, 2017

GUESS WHO?




15 comments:

  1. Wow the church still protects this numbnut. Very very sad and disturbing.

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  2. Wasn’t he cleared? Isn’t he a priest in good standing? I’m assuming he has faculties in that diocese. What is the point of this post?

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    1. Why is a priest incardinated in this diocese, insured by this diocese, and supported financially by this diocese working at a church in Alabama...and alongside someone named Maria Gennarini?

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    2. Plus, if you can add 2+2, and go back a couple of years ago, you will see that this blog revealed that Genarrini's son had settled for an increasingly powerful position at EWTN.Any idea where Ewtn is located?.... In Alabama just a stone throw away from that parish.
      Interesting no??
      I guess the NY/NJ area was getting a little too controversial for Wadeson.

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    3. Alabama. Well, I’ll be .....

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    4. NOW I understand why EWTN runs the features on the NCW once in a while... I couldn't understand the appeal when everything else seems so rubric driven...

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  3. Clap, clap, clap. He will explain what he will be teaching. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Neo crap. Poor folks from Alabama with a banjo on their knee. The 🍎🍉🍒🍅🍇🍓🍊🍏wadeson.

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  4. EWTN has a history of being duped by pedophile, playboy and con artist priests. At least 6 or 7 big-name fakes who talked a 1950's fundamentalist line and fooled everyone there.

    Hopefully, the fake Catholic Network hasn't embraced homo-pedo Wadeson. Apuron didn't suspend him from public ministry on Guam, he never had faculties in Los Angeles and San Francisco's lame archbishop accepted him so, technically, he might be a priest in good standing. The only question seems to be why he was dumped by the SVD's.

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    1. Wadeson's faculties are still in place from Apuron. He was never "cleared." However, the wording from the SVD was tricky. They only said "not verified."

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    2. The issue is more along the lines that the NCW through Genarrini's coopting, is making headways into another media apparatus. In doing so they slowly push their mignons forward, people who are endebted to them, under the cover of respectability. We have advocated that the NCW is operating an underground railroad in favor of sexual perverts who are willing to do their bidding in exchange of protection.
      This site shone a bright light on Wadeson, which forced him to flee from SF to the NJ/NY area. But too many people were aware of his past in that region. Alabama having a strong need for clergy, specially Spanish speaking, (which he does) this is a perfect fit. Except that apparently someone in Alabama also use the internet. Lets pray that parishioners there are able to piece the puzzle back together.

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  5. Fr Wadeson never had his name removed from the LA list showing him as accused with credible allegations. I wonder if the Bishop in Alabama is aware of this? I wonder if the OSB Order is aware of the risk they are opening themselves up to?

    When Guam became aware, even Apurun had no choice but to remove him from ministry. But I wonder if he is still a "permanent professor" for RMS Guam?

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  6. Sick picture of two very sick men. Amazing how they look so happy together!?!

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  7. Wadeson and Apuron are close personal friends who took Hawaiian vacations together. Hawaii is a hotspot for homosexual and pedophile priests.

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  8. Ya. Of course they did. Clap, clap clap.

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  9. Wadeson owned a home in the barrio-rough Excelsior District of San Francisco. I don't know if he still does. However, any real estate in SF sells for top dollar. Old dumps in the Mission District where his house is located are selling for $1 million+ because the area is being gentrified by big investors from Silicon Valley. Someone I know recently sold their old house for $1.7 million. In Southern California it would have been hit with a wrecker's ball.

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