Read your letter and that of the archbishop. As you well know, "alienation" and "assignment" are words of distinction without a difference.
A legal dictionary is online, and this is what the legal dictionary says regarding these two words:
Alienation: the transfer of title to real property, voluntarily and completely. It does not apply to interests other than title, such as a mortgages.
Assignment: A transfer of rights in real property or Personal Property to another that gives the recipient—the transferee—the rights that the owner or holder of the property—the transferor—had prior to the transfer.
Archbishop Apuron was correct. "Alienation" and "Assignment" are not the same in legal terms. Assignment has nothing to do with transfer of title. However, selling the seminary would be an "alienation" due to the fact that there would be a transfer of title.
By the way, the jungle may have documents....but the jungle's INTERPRETATIONS of those documents is their speculation and how they mislead people. Their interpretations are not based on facts, but on mere speculations.