Don't be misled with his "the pope sent me" stuff. This is the same crap the kiko's tell us. "The pope sent us. "We all know from news report that Pope Francis has sent Archbishop Hon after the sexual allegations against Archbishop Apuron surfaced. It is all over the news. In fact, Archbishop Hon himself said that he was appointed by Pope Francis as Apostolic Administrator "sede plena" to Guam. So, who should you believe.......the jungle or Archbishop Hon who was sent by the Pope in his stead? Make your choice.
Tim Rohr also stated:
If Rome really wanted to mend the division in Guam and restore unity, they would have sent us someone with some experience as a pastorIf the jungle really wanted to mend the division in Guam and restore unity, they would ACCEPT the person the Vatican sent and not make any attempts to push him into getting things they wanted their way according to their time frame. As Catholics, we should accept who the Vatican gives us as our Apostolic Administrator. So, who should you follow......the jungle or the Vatican who sent Archbishop Hon? Make your choice.
Tim Rohr also mentions the RM Seminary:
He will find a way to preserve RMS because those are his orders.The truth is....Archbishop Hon's orders is to restore unity between Catholics. The ownership of RM seminary was one of the controversy dividing Catholics, and Archbishop Hon resolve that controversy by stating that the seminary belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana, no doubt about it.
Tim Rohr further states (the bold is mine):
Even if he is presented with hard evidence that the seminary property was stolen by Apuron, and even if he is somehow forced to see to its return, there is nothing keeping Hon from keeping the seminary going. The return of the property will not shut down the seminary. In fact, he will use the "return of the property" as a foil to mask his plan to preserve RMS.What I placed in bold is confusing. Why? Because it now appears that it does not matter to Tim if the seminary is returned. It appears that he wants the seminary shut down. Below is a photo of Pope Francis with two priests he ordained from the Redemptoris Mater Seminary. You can find the story here. Father David Tisato is a thirty-one year old seminarian from the Redemptoris Mater of Rome and is originally from Chievo in northern Italy. Before joining the RM Seminary, he was a promising professional soccer player. The other priest is Father Elias. Both are seen here with Pope Francis joining him in prayer and to bless the crowd.