The person who made this observation is correct. According to KUAM news, Archbishop Hon has rescinded the decrees passed by Archbishop Apuron in order to promote reconciliation and communion with all Catholics especially those who are against the decrees. He will soon learn this coming Sunday that it really does not matter whether he rescinded the decrees or not. According to the jungle, CCOG and LFM will continue their protests at the doorsteps of the Cathedral this coming Sunday. And in response to Archbishop Hon's removal of the decree, Tim Rohr, wrote:
Also, while I suggested this in my version of today's decree, many of us find it ABSOLUTELY SCANDALOUS that Archbishop Hon spent seven days "consulting and reflecting" on the blatant abuse of power by Apuron and his cronies at the 11th hour of their Gotterdamerung. In stating so, Hon gives credence to the what should have been absolutely and immediately discredited.
I hate to think that it was my letter to the pope that actually motivated the new Apostolic Administrator to take what appears to be a grudging action and rescind what never should have seen the light of day in the first place. Unfortunately it appears to be so.
SMH.As anyone can see that even with the decree rescinded, Tim Rohr expressed his ingratitude. In fact, he found it insulting that it took Archbishop Hon seven days to reflect on it. This was the same problem that Archbishop Apuron faced. No matter what he did, positive or negative, he was condemned for it. When he spoke up, he was called a liar for speaking up. When he remained silent, he was condemned for not speaking up.