Friday, October 6, 2017

LIKE ANYTHING IN THE VATICAN INSIDER ARTICLE WAS TRUE. SMH.


BTW, Mae, all those books belong to Archbishop Byrnes. 

11 comments:

  1. News must be coming from the mole in the chancery...was it you JBB that leaked the info?

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  2. How on earth will the boys be able to learn with the library already closed down? I guess learning was never a priority!
    Dumb-ass Diana stuffs her foot in her mouth again. LOL

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    1. Never were able to read that caliber book. What a waste. Untouched. Like vertyhinh in the NCW it was about NUMBERS how muny volumes the library has. Makes one sick.

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  3. Diana's and Co having a nightmare again. Second paragraph is ridiculous.

    DianaOctober 5, 2017 at 2:11 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 2:02 pm,

    No, we are not jealous. The RMS priests are also not jealous. The work we do in the communities keep us too busy. Who has time for jealousy when we have preparation, celebration of the word, the Eucharist, the monthly convivience, and the youth scrutacio. All this in addition to our families.

    Now, I can understand the other priests being jealous when Archbishop Apuron was here. After all, they did not have any communities to keep them busy.

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    1. Sadly, there's some truth to that. The NCW had an easy time of it because there was next ti NOTHING for adults who wanted to deepen their faith, and certainly NOTHING for adult Catholics who wanted to deepen a sense of community. Thus it was quite easy for a heresy to walk right into our sanctuaries...if it wasn't already there.

      Guam is not alone. Most of modern Catholicism is that way. And Kiko was shrewd to seize on the opportunity presented by clerics who routinely made beelines for Sunday brunch and golf while leaving their flock to the lay "professionals," including even the distribution of Holy Communion to the sick and the dying. There certainly are exceptions, but only A VERY FEW. It will do us absolutely no good to get rid of the Neo's if this remains the case. Meanwhile, take the responsibility for the salvation of your children's souls on yourself. My son and I had a conversation about indulgences and Purgatory on the way to school today.

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  4. So if all the books have been boxed since August, as per Diana, then how can the neos justify the entire semester with no books in the library and didn't Diana say that the neos, as per kiko, aren't allowed to use the internet? But we all know they ALL use the Internet and social media. Probably to suck all the oranges like that stupid fist bumping monkey.

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  5. I hope the Archdiocese takes quick action to halt the loss of assets at RMS. It seems like the neos are getting ready to sell Archdiocese property, or maybe just give it away like Apurun.

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  6. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 6, 2017 at 6:17 PM

    Hello Tim, looks like you'll top 8,000,000 views by end of day. Congratulations on attaining another benchmark. Hopefully you can retire your keyboard soon.

    I wonder how many of those are from seminarians who are not allowed to use the internet. LOL. I wish you had a counter for all the ESL comments and the really stupid comments. Then we would know.

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    1. Yes. Looks like we'll surpass EIGHT MILLION in the next few hours. I remember just wanting to hit 150k one year after I started blogging about Fr. Paul in July 2013. We hit it. So doing the math, we essentially have accumulated almost all those EIGHT MILLION VIEWS in three years. Credit goes to Diana, though. Without her I don't think this blog would have survived. She kept it alive when there was nothing to blog about it. In fact, she singlehandedly can be credited for bringing down the whole Apuron house of cards. Courage.

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    2. And PDn poll 8 million F- for Byrnes🤣😂😂😂

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  7. Our local Carmelite nuns donation many, many of the heavy duty reference books. Hope they will be rewarded in Paradise. I was there when Archbishop grabbed the books from Mother. No thanks. We felt so sorry and embarrassed too.

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