“I am here as a pastor, but above all as a brother, to share your situation and to make it my own,”http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-pope-visit-philadelphia-prison-20150927-story.html
In the Neocatechumenal Way, members are taught that the priest is a "father" FOR us, and a "brother" WITH us. That is what Pope Francis was saying to the inmates in Philadelphia. He is there as a pastor (father), but above all as a brother. Being called a "brother" is not a reason for the jungle to declare the Archbishop of Guam a non-Catholic. To do so is ludicrous. Being called a "brother" is not even a sin. Furthermore, having grammatical errors in a letter is also not a reason to declare the Archbishop a non-Catholic as the jungle suggested. It is insane to use grammatical errors as evidence of being non-Catholic. Grammatical errors are also not sins.
Apuron was placed as Archbishop of Guam by the Pope. As long as he has not been removed by the Pope, he legally remains the Archbishop of Guam by canon law. The jungle can say whatever they want, but their words do not change the truth that Anthony Apuron is the legitimate Archbishop of Guam, the local Vicar of Christ, and Catholic in the eyes of the Holy See.