In his blog, Tim Rohr already admitted that RMS is an ecclesiastical office similar to the Archdiocese of Agana. According to Tim Rohr:
A "see" is an ecclesial jurisdiction, such as the Apostolic See or the See of the Archdiocese of Agana. Notice that in the language of the Declaration of Deed Restriction, Apuron clearly recognizes that RMS is a "see," an ecclesial jurisdiction, distinct from the Archdiocese of Agana. And he is "subjecting" the entire property FOREVER (perpetual use) to the control of that separate "see," which, other than being only one vote on both boards, he has no control, even though he is the sole incorporator.Junglewatch
Finally, Tim Rohr recognized that RMS is an ecclesial jurisdiction similar to the Archdiocese of Agana.....in other words a "corporation sole." In his blog, he stated that RMS is a separate SEE, distinct from the Archdiocese of Agana, and he is accusing the Archbishop of "subjecting" the entire property to the control of that separate SEE.
Well, now that Tim Rohr has established RMS as a SEE, can you guess who is the corporation sole of that SEE????
According to Father Pius in his interview to PDN:
Regarding the transfer of the title, the legal adviser of the archdiocese, five years ago, asked that the title be transferred to the Redemptoris Mater Corp. to respect the intention of the donor and to safeguard the property. This corporation is a 'corporation sole' where there is only one member, namely the archbishop, who has all power.In his blog, Tim Rohr underlined the part which stated, "the title be transferred to the Redemptoris Mater Corp." However, he deliberately ignored the part where it clearly stated that RMS is a corporation sole (just like the Archdiocese of Agana) and there is only one member who is the corporate sole (just like the Archdiocese of Agana).
As a matter of fact, the Articles of Incorporation of RMS listed Archbishop Apuron as the only corporate sole and the only member of RMS. It did not list anyone else. The corporation sole or corporate sole is legally defined as: "those which by law consist of but one member at any one time, as a bishop in England... It is said in England to include the Crown, all bishops, rectors, vicars and the like.2"
This will be the jungle's undoing and downfall. You cannot list Redemptoris Mater Corp. on the Certificate of Titles because it is NOT a person. A person's name must be listed for the purposes of knowing who is responsible in case of unforeseen events. The jungle have now established that RMS is a SEE just like the Archdiocese of Agana. A SEE is a corporation sole and has an owner in charge. The owner of RMS is and has always been Archbishop Apuron.
So, what was the transfer? The title was transferred from Archbishop Apuron, corporation sole, SEE of Archdiocese of Agana TO Archbishop Apuron, corporation sole, SEE of Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary. This is the reason why he did not need the permission of the Finance Council or Rome. He was transferring property he already owned to himself. Transferring property to yourself is not an "alienation" of property. In fact, some people would not even call it a "transfer." As the Archbishop wrote in his letter to Richard Untalan on November 16, 2011:
The title holder then doesn't change at all because it remains the same Ordinary......Since a PERSON has to be named on the Certificate of Titles as owner of RMS, who is Bob Klitzke going to say is the owner? If he says that Giuseppi Gennarini is the owner, then the next question to ask Mr. Klitzke is......why did he skip the Archbishop's name on the list? According to the Articles of Incorporation of RMS, Archbishop Apuron was listed FIRST under the Board of Guarantors. So, why did he skip the Archbishop and name the second person on the list of the Board of Guarantors as the legal owner of RMS? Furthermore, where is his written evidence showing that Giuseppi Gennarini is the owner of RMS? This will be the jungle's downfall.