§ 70.41 of Title 9 Guam Code Annotated provides:
A person commits a misdemeanor if, he without the written permission of the owner or of the owner's agent or of the person in lawful possession:
(c) Enters any lands, whether unenclosed or enclosed by fence, for the purpose of injuring any property or property rights or with the intention of interfering with, obstructing or injuring any lawful business occupation carried on by the owner of such land, his agent or by the person in lawful possession; or
(d) Enters any lands . . . enclosed by fence . . . : or (3) Refuses or fails to leave such lands immediately upon being requested to leave by the owner of such land, his agent or by the person in lawful possession.
2255 It is the duty of citizens to work with civil authority for building up society in a spirit of truth, justice, solidarity, and freedom.
Wow, you're really starting to get worried aren't you all? For years you have blithely ignored the problems, pretending that everything is fine - but now you are shaking in your boots. Good. Let it be to get to the truth, justice, solidarity and freedom of the people of the Church of gUAM.
Dear Anonymous at 11:17 am,There are no problems as long as the laws are followed.
The church of Guam is in opposition to the Church of Rome. Do us all a favor already and stop calling yourself Catholic. You stopped being Catholic the second you broke communion with your bishop.
Worried because we want the law to handle this? How did you even come to that conclusion? We are NOT worried.
Anon 11:17 pressed CAPS LOCK but typed regularly - resulting in the way he/she spelled "Guam."
If you're not a practicing Catholic and need to know how a priest should behave to his bishop's orders, visit link below:http://www.catholic.com/quickquestions/at-ordination-why-is-obedience-made-to-the-bishop-instead-of-the-pope