Sunday, October 1, 2017

JUNGLEWATCH ANSWERS LA STAMPA


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  1. One comment about the Samoan Bishops. One of the Samoan Bishops was in contact with Hon. Sources of Hon informed him of the other Samoan Bishop's decision to remove his seminarians. That same Bishop had contacted the Nuncio (Krebs). Hon informed the Samoan Bishops not to make their decisions until after the ad hoc report was completed. Hon's sources were confirmed when he happened to meet, by chance, a Samoan seminarian and questioned him semi-privately about the matter, amongst other things related to NCW, before the start of a liturgical service in the Cathedral. That same seminarian was questioned by Fr. Jeff at RMS and by Hon, twice; that meeting at the Cathedral and the meeting at the Chancery before leaving Guam. Hon and Krebs, obviously, didn't speak well of the RMS and NCW, hence, fantastic and well-liked seminarians were removed. The point is: Hon did know. It didn't come to him as a surprise and he did nothing to prevent it, nor did Krebs.

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    1. You say it yourself: "Sources of Hon informed him of the other Samoan Bishop's decision to remove his seminarians." My point was not that it was a surprise to Hon, but that LA STAMPA was incorrect in saying that the Samoan bishops were "forced" to remove their seminarians. Obviously they were not. However, they were smart to. RMS NEVER had the credentials to be a real seminary as evidenced by the affiliation with the Lateran not being renewed as well as the committee report. This was never anything new to us who knew what was going on.

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    2. Wellll, after committee report the rms continues along happily. Who is going to ordain the other fantastic seminarians? Byrnes? Where are the four who were going to be ordained deacon before Tony took off, Preston and pals. Are they in Limbo or what? What is going on at that so called RMS. My God.

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  2. Excellent and well documented expose. A far cry from la Stampa fairy tale

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  3. Kudos Tim,
    The pudding is in all the proofs that you provided. The question is whether La-Stampa will have the balls to print a well documented rebuttel to the one sided trash that they initially published. The truth will indeed set you free. God Bless you and this blog for bringing the truth into world spotlight for all the world to see.

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  4. The KAKA filled Dungbat continues its web of lies....LMAO


    DianaOctober 1, 2017 at 6:17 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 5:07 pm,

    There has always been a mole in the chancery. How did he get a copy of Cardinal Filoni's letter to Archbishop Byrnes, you ask? The same way he got a recording from a closed clergy meeting.

    As for the ad hoc report from Father Jeff, there were a lot of false things in that report, so I would not put a lot of weight on it. For example, the report recommended that the seminary be accredited by WASC. The seminary was accredited by the Lateran University in Rome, and the committee who put that report together actually thinks that WASC is higher than the Pope's University??? What is wrong with that picture???

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    1. No need for a mole in the chancery when the 4 kiko priests were so proud of what they did they shared it with others: http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2017/08/27/guam-archbishop-removes-4-advisers-tbd/588648001/

      As for the pope's university, there never was an accreditation. There was only a conditional affiliation. Ultimately, the institute never met those conditions which is why the affiliation is now canceled.

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  5. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 2, 2017 at 3:21 PM

    It took quite a bit of time to go through your response Tim, and I appreciate your attention to detail. And then I had to spend even more time going through the volumes of documents you attached as proof of your points.

    If La Stampa were a real news organization, and not just a foreign National Enquirer, they would provide the documentation to support their original piece. And I would gladly take the time to read their supporting documents.

    But La Stampa will never produce any documentary evidence because they are a cheap, useless, rag of a paper. And the only backup they have are the words of Fr Pius, serial liar and Maltese OCD reject.

    But go ahead La Stampa. Prove me wrong and provide links to your documents and proof.

    An anxious world awaits!

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  6. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 2, 2017 at 3:31 PM

    Although not directly related to the La Stampa fantasy article, whatever happened to Fr Adrian? His fantasy was to become a canon lawyer, with the hopes of some day becoming bishop. But this lunatic has no brains. If he did he would have completed the Devry Inst Canon Law degree he found on a matchbook cover.

    He some how convinced Abp Byrnes to send him to canon law school in Canada. Rumor is he had 1 semester to go. But you can be sure that IF he passed that one semester he would be tooting his horn at every opportunity he had.

    But we are greeted by dead silence. Did he not even pass the first semester? If he had done anything of note you can be sure every neo-cuckoo would be espousing his academic acumen. But nothing.

    Where is he? Did Byrnes finally decide to send Fr Adrian off-island until he actually earns any kind of degree? Let's hope so, because that means will never see the diocesan hating priest again.

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    1. Ask Byrnes if Adrian successfuliy completed his canon law studies. Guam's Faithful had to pay for his Canadian jaunt against their will, so they have a right to know.

      Whether he passed the course or failed it again, Byrnes is obligated to tell you what his plans for the traitor are in view of crimes he committed against the Archdiocese. He should not be allowed to work there in any capacity.

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    2. Thanks, but sure wish there were some people other myself and Dave Sablan who have to be the gofers for all these requests.

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