Monday, February 6, 2023


By Tim Rohr

Within mere hours of this posting, there were 118 views. 

Despite all the controversial matters addressed here in JW over the last few weeks, no other post has attracted so much attention so quickly. 

Even I was surprised. 

But not for long.

There are certain keywords that trip search engine algorithms. The words "Neocatechumenal Way" is one of them. I thought maybe I had used those words in the subject post, but upon review, I didn't. 

The only keyword that could have tripped the immediate large number of views is "Apuron," which occurs several times in the post. 

There's a lot of interest in Apuron. And there should be. 

Apuron's personal case is separate from the Archdiocese of Agana bankruptcy case. And for some reason any mention or reference to Apuron's personal case has fallen silent in the Media.

Every time his name comes up, people ask me "Where is he?" 

That's a question The Media should be asking...and investigating. 

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