Wednesday, September 18, 2019

ADRIAN CRISTOBAL CONTINUED

Last week, we did a post titled THE CRISTOBAL FACTOR. The post was motivated by an sudden uptick in the page views of a 2016 story about Adrian Cristobal's rejection of his being assigned to San Dionisio Parish in Umatac by Archbishop Hon, the Vatican-assigned Administrator. As we hadn't heard anything from or about Cristobal in awhile, we were curious as to the sudden surge in traffic. 

As some know, Cristobal, the bully who happily helped oust Fr. Paul Gofigan and Msgr. James Benavente, ran away - just like Apuron - at the first mention of an abuse allegation against him. And like Apuron, remains in hiding. Yesterday, there was news about Cristobal in the PDN: 

Archdiocese sends to Vatican Father Cristobal's case on alleged sex abuses of minors

To be continued


10 comments:

  1. I read that article on cristobal yesterday and laughed because his past is all catching up to him. Sooner or later he will be caught and then the neos will just proclaim he’s innocen, just like they did with Apuron.

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  2. In mercy we have to forgive and not judge the sinner. However, the Church has a duty to expose the sinner and call him to conversion (Or expel him from the community). May the protectors of Adrian call him to conversion or expel him!

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  3. The neos will tell Adrian and all the other neos that he is being persecuted...

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  4. Those who have only been "walking" 33 years can "walk" another 33, 43, 53 years so I am "confident" Magister's "report" is "premature"!!!

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    1. Everyone has an opinion. You are entitled to yours. Personally I believe that even if the current pope, and the pope emeritus have indeed not bought on the whole Kiko charade, many corrupted Bishops and Cardinals have taken their 12 pieces of silver. Therefore the movement, as long as it continues to corrupt some of the princes of the Church, still has a few good years to go. Even thought we come to the same conclusion, we don't have the same reasons to arrive to it.

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  5. Yes from where I see it, the young'uns are too sharp (especially if they went - with certain itinerants - to a certain place which hasn't been exorcised), but us old mugs "can evidently" carry on being mugged by the "way" for a while yet. I don't think Pope Francis dislikes scandals at all, he presumably saw everything in 1970s suburban Buenos Aires that Kiko and Morcillo saw in 1960s Palomeras. The church doesn't function as Magister thinks we think he thinks, not one bit. The NCW has such propensity for "making a mess", i.e distraction and diversion, for meeting an unhealthy thirst for "enthusiasm". Meantime us remaining members get staler and staler, forming a "self-fulfilling prophecy" as we get further and further from ever "becoming Christians". First they steal your time, then they steal your personality. I knew about huge sums being splashed around and not accounted for (so did the public and the press in my region). Remaining members don't think it scandalous at all (they've lost their consciences, distorted as at least the official quoted points out). At the time it seemed quaint (I thought religion had to be quaint). Pope Francis likes the hysterical and melodramatic atmosphere in the "way", it's only me (and the young'uns) that's gone off it!

    Archdiocesan apparatchiks like the "way" (sometimes to the discomfiture of the best of metropolitans) because it means there is a part of archdiocesan operations that is exempted from safeguarding obligations re. vulnerable persons, and from financial accounting as required by various countries' non-profit (tax exempt) supervising administrations.

    This is my assessment having thought it over for some time.

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  6. AND, where is Fr Luis Camacho? He too quickly went into hiding when the suppressed truth started to leak out.

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    1. Hello anon at 6.09. Thank you for your question. As far as we know Fr Luis is still located in Qatar, where he is under the tutelage of Bishop Ballin. If we learn anything new, we shall make sure to share it with you.
      Thank you

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  7. Simplex Priests Now! from the ‘Homiletic and Pastoral Review’, June/July 2011

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