It's a multimillion dollar question: who owns the Redemptoris Mater Seminary? According to the Vatican-appointed apostolic administrator, the Yona property is owned by the Archdiocese of Agana. "The archdiocese owns that property. No doubt of it.Archbishop Hon uses the media effectively despite the criticisms from the jungle. He uses the media to reach out to all the people especially the Catholics and he has made himself available to the public by scheduling visitations in his busy schedule; yet, he is called a liar. He has been communicating consistently with the public through the Umatuna and the media, but he is still called a liar. Archbishop Apuron, on the other hand, does not use the media as much as Archbishop Hon. Nevertheless, he was also called a liar.
Both Archbishops are ridiculed and called "liars" by the jungle who would like to see Archbishop Hon act more quickly in implementing the things they want. This alone should reveal more about the character of the jungle.
Archbishop Hon stated that if the RM Seminary does not belong to the Archdiocese, he would not be able to do anything with it. In fact, he would not be able to conduct a visitation and would have to ask permission. The fact that he is able to conduct a visitation on the seminary without obtaining permission from anyone shows that the seminary is indeed the property of the Archdiocese. Furthermore, Archbishop Hon explained that the Deed Restriction is not a deed but restricts the use of the property. Jesse Lujan was incorrect in calling the deed restriction a conveyance. A deed and a deed restriction are two different things.
Archbishop Apuron stated that the RM Seminary belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana. Reports from the law office in Denver, the American Pacific Title, and the Pontifical Council stated that the property belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana. Giuseppe Gennarini also stated on record in the media that the property belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana. Land Management issued official Certificate of Titles, stating that the property belongs to Archbishop Apuron, a corporation sole of the Archdiocese of Agana. Archbishop Hon has now stated through the media that the property belongs to the Archdiocese of Agana.
The matter has already been settled. If CCOG, LFM, and the jungle continue in their disbelief, they have the option of taking the matter to court. If I recall correctly, Tim Rohr stated that CCOG has collected close to $100,000 and that was a while back. Also, CCOG has not yet publicized their financial report.
To those who still want to debate on the Eucharistic liturgy of the Way....I will say again that this subject is closed. This debate will simply go around in circles. You can either write to the Vatican or schedule an appointment with Archbishop Hon.