Sunday, November 1, 2015

November 1, 2015



  1. I am just coming from the All Souls Day service that was held at the Togcha Cemetery. It was celebrated by the Archbishop on a crispy and bright sunny morning. Msgr. David Quitugua, Fr. Mike Jucutan and many more priests were present, both Capuchins and those affiliated with the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona. I saw members of some of the mission families who came to Guam to catechize and evangelize. I also met Senator Frank Aguon who even offered me a chair to sit on. I truly appreciated. Perhaps, former politician Thomas Tanaka was also there somewhere around.

    During the mass we all had a time of spiritual reflection and remembrance. In the last couple of years I lost my mother, an uncle and and aunt, other family members, someone from my community, even a neighbor kid who committed suicide. I had plenty of souls to pray for, as everybody present had, I am sure. My point is we had absolutely no reason to hate each other or anybody else who was not present. This was the peace of those who went ahead of us to meet the Lord. Let this peace show us also the way to seek true reconciliation and fellowship within our parishes and the whole island community.

    Lord Jesus, you are the Way, the Truth and the Life. Lead us on your way of truth and peace.

  2. Good thoughts Zoltan but actions speak louder than words.

    1. Anon 10:35.

      So act.

    2. Act what? Protestors are saying the Archbishop has to resign because the NCW is heretic. They say because the Archbishop supports a heretic movement and joined this movement, he has to resign. So it is a protest against heresy.

      Well of course the protest makes no sense with these faulty statements.

      1. The NCW is not heretic. Nobody ever has found anything that is heretic or does not follow the teaching of the Church. The NCW is just the opposite, the best teacher of the Catechism of the Catholic Church as it was written in the books.

      2. The Archbishop has absolutely no treason to resign. It is foolish to demand something that has nothing to do with the Archbishop and then demand him to resign. But we know well where this foolishness was brewed and who is spreading it day and night. Lol. If someone does not agree with the NCW, this person should stay away from the NCW. That is fine. But demanding a leader to step down just because this person does not like him, well, it is foolishness.

      3. Heresy is not what a few foolish people claim to be heresy. Not at all! It has never been so. Heresy is what Rome and the Curia declares to be heresy. There is not such thing in the NCW. So these foolish protestors should just prove the heresy if they can. Or shut up if they cannot prove anything.

      Junglewatch claims to be anti-heretical. But there is no heresy at all, that they would be against. They are in fact not anti-heretic, but anti-Catholic! They want to expel their Catholic sisters and brothers from the island just because they do not like them. Ugly, very ugly behavior. The NCW cannot be and never will be expelled from Guam.

    3. And when Rome acts...will you?

    4. Dear Anonymous at 6:26 pm,

      Reality check. It has been two years since you've been sending letters and evidences to Rome, and still nothing. Rome has not acted because your letters and evidences are false. They believe the Archbishop.

  3. What action are you suggesting?

  4. ''HAPPY BIRTHDAY ARCHBISHOP'' MAY ''GOD'' BE WITH YOU...........<|:-)))))