In any event, these divisions do exist and are getting exponentially worse. Many supporters of the NCW simply align any and all resistance to "the Way" with disobedience to the Archbishop. Opponents of "the Way" claim the Archbishop is not just a supporter of "the Way", but is "one of them", and thus no longer represents all Catholics on Guam.The Archbishop is in fact "one of them": a member of one of the communities. And while whether or not he still represents all Catholics on Guam can be argued, the perception by many is that he does not because he is "in it."
Therefore, you have made a false claim in stating that the first mention of the NCW did not come up until August, 2013. It started even before that. I have shown you the evidence.
Apuron shot himself in the foot when he removed Fr. Paul in July 2013. If he had not done that there would be no "Chancery V Gofigan" posts to attract readers to Junglewatch. Tim Rohr would have continued to post his views on current events or moral issues like abortion. Nobody would be reading Tim Rohr's blog. Tim heard stories about "Apuron & the Agat Boys" even while he was Apuron's PR guy. But Tim Rohr never said anything.
You were already caught making false statements in your comments. Yes, Tim claims to hear stories about "Apuron and the Agat Boys." The same Tim Rohr who claimed that Archbishop Apuron gave permission for Lastimoza to work at the Dededo parish and then flaunts a document from the Guam Parole Board ORDERING Lastimoza to work at the Dededo parish without any signature from the Archbishop.
So, in truth, it was the Guam Parole Board who ORDERED Lastimoza to work at the Dededo parish in 1999 as clearly shown in that document. So, who made the false claim? And most importantly, why did you not read the document yourself? Why did you just swallow everything you were told? Perhaps if you had read the document yourself, you would have noticed that Archbishop Apuron's name and signature was absent.
Many years later, when Archbishop Apuron learned that there was a convicted sex offender working in the Dededo parish, he ordered Father Paul to remove him. Father Paul fired Lastimoza, BUT allowed him to work as a volunteer worker in the parish. Therefore, it was Father Paul who allowed a convicted sex offender to work as a volunteer worker.