Thursday, May 5, 2016

Interview of the Gennarinis

The weblink above was an interview of Mr. and Mrs.Gennarini on the Travis Coffman talk show.  First of all, thank you to the Genarinnis for taking the time to speak to the people of Guam to try and bring clarification to some of the issues raised by some people in the Catholic community.  I am overjoyed to hear that he was not offended at the airport.  He understood completely that the people were reacting as a result of the false information they were fed.  

In regards to the RMS property, the jungle have always claimed that the Gennarinis own the RMS property.  In fact, Bob Klitzkie was even demanding that the Archbishop's name be removed on the Certificate of Titles as the owner.  For someone who shouts that the RMS property should be returned, I cannot imagine why he would demand the Archbishop's name be removed as owner.  Go figure!!!   Well, we now have it on record through the talk show that the Genarinnis do not own the RMS property.  It came straight from the horse's mouth.  Mr. Genarinni stated that the RMS property belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana and that the Archbishop has full control of the property.  Because it came from the horse's mouth, that should be a consolation for everyone concerned and should also put an end to the controversy.  

The liturgy was also brought up.  In fact, someone even brought up the events of January, 2012.  Mr. Gennarini explained that some bishops claimed that the NCW was in violation of liturgical practice, so naturally an investigation was launched due to those complaints.  After two years, the investigation found nothing and was dismissed by Pope Francis.  The investigation into the NCW has been terminated due to unfounded allegations.  Pope Francis takes his position as the Vicar of Christ very seriously; therefore, I doubt that he would terminate the investigation without first looking at the results.   


  1. Rohr is screwing the public big time.

  2. Timothy Guile, don't ever believe any word you read at Chuck's. This story he presents there is fabricated. No convivience in the NCW proceeds the way you read there. This is a completely fake story.

    NCW priests, also called presbyters, strictly follow the rules of sacramental procedures. There has never been any real concern of violation of the confidentiality of confession. This is absolutely bs.

    NCW members do attend regular masses in their parishes and act like everyone else at the mass. It is concoction to say otherwise. Lol. Timothy, don't be so gullible.

  3. Dear Diana,
    Re: "The investigation into the NCW has been terminated due to unfounded allegations."

    The investigation was more likely terminated due to Pope Francis' "no excesses" lifestyle. Why spend more time looking into the NCW Mass, when one already has more than enough information.
    The fact that the NCW still has no recognitio, - written permission from the Pope, for the many alterations in their Mass, clearly shows that Pope Francis shares the same opinion with that of his predecessors, Saint John Paul II and Benedict XVI Emeritus, that their Mass needs correction. (They all did not give written permission/approval.)
    Note that Mr. Genarinni was the one who said Pope Francis said the NCW can be charitably corrected with the approved 2008 Statutes in hand. The change of the Sign of Peace in the NCW Mass is mentioned in the Statutes. BUT the many other controversial alterations of the NCW Mass are NOT mentioned.
    Furthermore, if discontinuing the investigation of the NCW Mass meant that all was well, the NCW would surely have the recognitio (written permission from the Pope) by now. Wouldn't they?
    They didn't obtain it from Pope Benedict XVI in 2012, and as of May 5, 2016, they still haven't received it from Pope Francis.

    Just because the investigation was halted, does not mean permission was given for the alterations.
    May His Will be done.

    1. Dear Anonymous at 3:49 pm,

      The investigation was launched due to complaints of liturgical abuse. Those same complaints are still coming in as you compose your letter. And you actually think that Pope Francis would terminate the investigation due to "no excess" lifestyle???? Please get real. "No excess" lifestyle means to live a simple lifestyle, not an extravagant one.

      Mr. Genarinni and the cardinal are from Rome. If anyone should know the events that took place during that time period, it would be them. Right now, I would be more concern as to why Tim is spreading misinformation such as Ed Terlaje's email.