Apparently, Tim is upset and still calling the Archbishop a liar and thief despite the certificate of title in front of his nose. As anyone can plainly see, it was the jungle that caused the division. The Archbishop was telling the truth all along. Now, the jungle is inventing fairytales about Land Management. So, who do you think you should believe......Tim Rohr or the Department of Land Management? I doubt that the Archbishop would be signing any papers presented by CCOG. If CCOG persists in their blindness by bringing the matter to court, just remember that these are the documents that the Archbishop will be presenting:
- Report from the Pacific American Title confirming that the lots on which the RM seminary sits identified the owner as the Archbishop of Agana.
- Report from the law firm of Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP in Denver, Colorado showing that the Archbishop of Agana retains substantial authority over the RM seminary.
- Document of the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts, which has the highest authority in the Catholic Church for interpreting the laws of the Church concluding that there was no alienation of the property.
- Certificate of title from the Department of Land Management.
To CCOG, the Laity Forward Movement, and the junglefolks, if you want to cease the division and foster reconciliation and unity in the Church.....it now begins with you. Why? Because the truth has finally come out. You now know that the Department of Land Management names the Archbishop as the legal owner of the RM seminary. In other words, the Archbishop never gave the property away. He was telling you the truth all along. So, what do you think you should do about it?