Australian embassy officials to visit quake-hit Bohol, Cebu

Oct 29, 2013 Full story: Sun-Star 13

TWO officials from the Australian Embassy in Manila will visit the quake-stricken provinces of Bohol and Cebu to evaluate and assess the impact of the catastrophe to the various foundations supported by their government.

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ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#1 Oct 30, 2013
The Australian Embassy are hereby warned of Roman Catholic priests who may prowl and abuse your charitable works!!! Be informed of the absence of virtues among Catholic priests:

"That all priests do not practice all the virtues, that some have fallen into the grave and scandalous error, is a fact which no serious person could deny. From the earliest days priests have been guilty even of heresy, indeed, all the heresies of Christendom have been started and promoted by priests..."


Reference:(Whereon To Stand: What Catholics Believe And Why, pp. 240-241)

Do not forget of what these undisciplined Catholic bishops and priests did to your women and children:

Melbourne Archbishop Admits Culture of Secrecy and Cover up in Catholic Church
By Vittorio Hernandez. International Business Times.| May 21, 2013 9:01 AM EST
Two months in his papacy, Pope Francis last week ordered resigned gay Scottish Cardinal Keith Patrick O'Brien for several months to do penance and prayer, while the Melbourne Archdiocese acknowledged on Monday that it took 18 years to remove a convicted paedophile priest from his parish.
While expressing remorse for the delayed action, Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart admitted before a Victorian parliamentary inquiry into child abuse by clergy that the Roman Catholic Church's culture of secrecy and cover up is to blame for the situation.
Archbishop Hart explained that the church was too slow to realise the wrong that was happening because the priests involved happen to be cunning and devious criminals.
"I would say we did what we could, I wish it had been earlier," The Age quoted the archbishop who was referring to Desmond Gannon, convicted of child sex abuse in 1993 but was removed from the priesthood only in 2011.
Fr Gannon was convicted and jailed in 2009 for several child abuse offences he committed from 1957 to 1979 and was even identified by then Melbourne Archbishop George Pell in 1998 as a high-risk priest.
During Fr Gannon's conviction and imprisonment in 2009 he was still a priest because it was only in 2011 that the Catholic Church in Victoria asked Vatican to defrock the convicted sex offender.
He added the Holy See has a very high standard of proof before defrocking priests and require absolute certitude what happened.
Although Archbishop Hart headed the Melbourne archdiocese only in 2001, he took responsibility for the delay in defrocking Fr Gannon.
"I apologise to the children who were the victims ... We failed to recognise that the abuse was occurring, we failed to recognise that we had paedophiles in our midst, we failed to really listen to people when they came forward to complain."

Respectfully yours,

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#2 Oct 30, 2013
Acts of charities are wonderfully Bravo Zulu and are therefore acts of godliness!!! But when things intended for the hapless end up in the bank accounts of corrupt leaders in the Roman Catholic Church, that Bravo Zulu would banish into oblivion and become futile!!!

An ex-Roman Catholic priest, Adrian Hastings, has this to say:

"the power of the Church (Catholic) has been used in history to do the devil's work."

Reference:(Hastings, Adrian. In Filial Disobedience, p. 127.)

And a professorial lecturer of the Catholic's San Carlos Seminary in the Philippines, Atty. Reynaldo T. Fajardo, has this to say also:

"In contemporary history one is reminded again of the scandals in the center of Roman Catholicism. Bank scandals, counterfeiting, laundering of Mafia money from illegal business,(Narcotics, prostitution, kidnapping, etc.) name it you have it, kickbacks, hidden wealth-connections with the Mafia, the CIA, Communists and subtle hypocritical connections within the P2 (Propaganda Due-a secret and powerful Masonic Group headed by Licio Gelli).

"The graft and corruption involves billions of dollars. All these eventually leads to the untimely and tragic death of Pope John 1 (Albino Cardinal Luciani) who occupied the papacy for only 33 days ending on September 28, 1978. Research and formal investigations show evidences to murder!"
Reference:(Fajardo, Reynaldo T. Bulletin Today, April 16, 1986, p. 8.)

Respectfully yours,

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#3 Oct 30, 2013
All countries with the help of their respective embasies must come to realize the truth that charities both in money and in goods may end up in the secret bank accounts of Catholic bishops and priests!!!

A person may ask as to how would relief goods end up in the secret bank accounts of Catholic priests and bishops??? The matter is easy to answer!!! Catholic priests and bishops use the power of the Catholic Church (subtle influence) in siphoning the relief goods from their subject faithfuls, who are manning the relief lines, and then transport the goods to their relatives who would in turn sell the goods!!!

Then, it would be a matter of: "A thousand pesos for the bishop, a thousand pesos for Padre, a thousand pesos for the archbishop, and a thousand pesos for the black cardinal, and so on and so forth".

After the profit of the "Colossal Racket" is divided, the Catholic leaders disappear with their tinted Pajeros coming from PAGCOR and PCSO!!!

Respectfully yours,

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#4 Oct 30, 2013
Where charity money and the cost of relief goods go:

Roman Catholic Bishop in PCSO fund mess holds Millions shares of stock in Ayala
at Sunday, July 17, 2011

One of the bishops embroiled in the controversial disbursement of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) funds to some Roman Catholic Church clergy actually has millions invested in one of the country's biggest conglomerates, data from the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) show.

According to Philippines Stock Exchange (PSE) records obtained by GMA News Research, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Tuguegarao owns more than 24,000 common shares of Ayala Corp., currently valued at ₱8 million.

With those holdings, retired Tuguegarao Archbishop Diosdado Talamayan held about 0.0049 percent of the total shares of the company which ranked him 73rd in the Top 100 stockholders list of Ayala Corp.

In 2009, Talamayan asked then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for funds to finish a retirement home in conjunction with his 25th anniversary as a bishop.

It was earlier reported that some P200,000 from PCSO's public relations fund were funneled into the "operational expenses" of a clergy retirement home in Solana town, Cagayan as requested by the bishop for the celebrations marking his 25th year as a Catholic bishop.

The money was disbursed despite the fact that organizers, in a letter to then PCSO director Ma. Fatima Valdes, only requested for ₱2,500 for the tickets to a fundraising dinner the diocese organized.

According to documents obtained by GMA News, Talamayan personally wrote former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo a letter in 2009 requesting funds for the retirement home's "finishing touches."
"Our retirement home, which you helped construct, needs only the finishing touches. And I pray that God give me the graces to adjust smoothly to my new phase in my life," the archbishop said in his letter to Arroyo.

In a resolution dated November 2009, the PCSO board decided to grant a request from the Office of the President specifying Talamayan's wishes, but the exact amount of the grant was not disclosed. The board said the money will be charged to the PCSO Charity Fund which, according to its Charter, could only be used for "medical assistance and services and/or charities of national character."

Post 1...to be continued

Respectfully yours,

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#5 Oct 30, 2013
Post 2...to be continued

Dioceses as stockholders

The Archdiocese of Tuguegarao is just one of the groups connected with the Roman Catholic Church that hold stocks in companies whose shares are traded on the PSE.

PSE data show that several archdioceses and church groups own stocks in Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), Philippine Airlines, San Miguel Corp. and PHILEX Mining Corp.

In BPI, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila ranks fourth in the bank's list of Top 100 stockholders with more than 200 million shares currently valued at P17.3 billion, and represents 6.266 percent of the bank's outstanding shares.

In an interview with GMA News' Sandra Aguinaldo on "State of the Nation," retired Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Oscar Cruz said there's nothing wrong with the Church's investments in local firms, since its wealth was merely inherited from Spanish friars over a century ago and was invested in strong companies to nurture it.

But in the view of columnist and staunch Reproductive Health Bill advocate Elizabeth Angsioco, these bishops had effectively robbed the poor of the financial help from PCSO when they, in fact, had the wealth to fund their needs.

"Nagulantang ako doon sa laki ng pera na nasa stocks. Bukod pa do'n, yung panghihingi nila doon sa PCSO, ang kinumpetensya nila, ay yung mga mahihirap na mamamayan," Angsioco said in the same interview.

The ₱200,000 that went to Talamayan is ten times the P20,000-cap on PCSO's Individual Medical Assistance Program.

To be continued ...

Respectfully yours,

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#7 Nov 5, 2013
The Roman Catholic Church is into another "Colossal Racketeering" in the Philippines with her display of various relics from alleged saints!!! Be aware of this centuries-old scam with the purpose of increasing Vatican cash that will only be stolen later just like what happened to the Vatican billions!!!

The sight of Roman Catholics while in the process of worshipping and kissing underwears is very funny and weird!!! And if someone does not call it as an abnormality, then, what is it?? Do we have to coin another word just to describe the matter???

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
lol

San Francisco, CA

#8 Nov 5, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
The Roman Catholic Church is into another "Colossal Racketeering" in the Philippines with her display of various relics from alleged saints!!! Be aware of this centuries-old scam with the purpose of increasing Vatican cash that will only be stolen later just like what happened to the Vatican billions!!!
The sight of Roman Catholics while in the process of worshipping and kissing underwears is very funny and weird!!! And if someone does not call it as an abnormality, then, what is it?? Do we have to coin another word just to describe the matter???
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
lollllllllllll, kissing "underwears"....you' re too malicious to be thinking of underwears.....Elias, you're abnormal for even thinking about that.
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#9 Nov 6, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
lollllllllllll, kissing "underwears"....you' re too malicious to be thinking of underwears.....Elias, you're abnormal for even thinking about that.
Lol,

Yes, Roman Catholics kiss relic underwears of their alleged saints including skulls!!! I saw it myself!!! And if you want, some relics are in the Philippines right now!!! Why not observe how Catholic faithfuls consumate their pagan worship of the relics???

"13. Is the worship of saints confined to their person?

"No, it extends also to their relics and images.

"14. What do we call relics?

"We call relics: 1. The remains of the body of a saint who has been canonized or beatified by the Church; 2. The objects which have belonged to the saints, or which have touched their bodies: such as their linen, coffins, etc."

In Pilipino:

"13. Ang pagsamba ba sa mga santo ay ukol lamang sa kanilang katauhan?

"Hindi, sumasaklaw din ito sa kanilang mga relikya at mga larawan.

"14. Ano ang tinatawag nating mga relikya?

"Tinatawag nating mga relikya: 1. Ang mga labi ng katawan ng isang santo na pinapaging-banal, kinanonisa o inihanda sa pagiging banal ng Iglesia; 2. Ang mga bagay na naging pag-aari ng mga santo, o yaong mga nadaiti sa kanilang mga katawan: tulad ng kanilang kasuotan, mga ataol, at iba pa."

Reference:(Catechism Of Christian Doctrine, No. 3, p.87)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
lol

San Francisco, CA

#10 Nov 6, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol,
Yes, Roman Catholics kiss relic underwears of their alleged saints including skulls!!! I saw it myself!!! And if you want, some relics are in the Philippines right now!!! Why not observe how Catholic faithfuls consumate their pagan worship of the relics???
"13. Is the worship of saints confined to their person?
"No, it extends also to their relics and images.
"14. What do we call relics?
"We call relics: 1. The remains of the body of a saint who has been canonized or beatified by the Church; 2. The objects which have belonged to the saints, or which have touched their bodies: such as their linen, coffins, etc."
In Pilipino:
"13. Ang pagsamba ba sa mga santo ay ukol lamang sa kanilang katauhan?
"Hindi, sumasaklaw din ito sa kanilang mga relikya at mga larawan.
"14. Ano ang tinatawag nating mga relikya?
"Tinatawag nating mga relikya: 1. Ang mga labi ng katawan ng isang santo na pinapaging-banal, kinanonisa o inihanda sa pagiging banal ng Iglesia; 2. Ang mga bagay na naging pag-aari ng mga santo, o yaong mga nadaiti sa kanilang mga katawan: tulad ng kanilang kasuotan, mga ataol, at iba pa."
Reference:(Catechism Of Christian Doctrine, No. 3, p.87)
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
and you're so entertained with malice thoughts!

Just preach the words of God- and you'll reach the kingdom of God!
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#11 Nov 6, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
and you're so entertained with malice thoughts!
Just preach the words of God- and you'll reach the kingdom of God!
Lol,

I am not a preacher but I am somewhat well-versed with the spurious doctrines and criminal history of both Catholicism and Protestantism!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
lol

San Francisco, CA

#12 Nov 6, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol,
I am not a preacher but I am somewhat well-versed with the spurious doctrines and criminal history of both Catholicism and Protestantism!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
you're indeed well versed with all the spurious doctrines of the INC that you forget to think both ways, postive and negative to make you "balance"....
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#13 Nov 8, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
you're indeed well versed with all the spurious doctrines of the INC that you forget to think both ways, postive and negative to make you "balance"....
LOl,

All doctrines of the Iglesia ni Cristo are biblical!!! For so long, I had been requesting all of you to coax your priests and Protestant ministers to debate with the Iglesia ni Cristo ministers but the replies from the citadels of falsities were but deafening silence and gnashing of the teeth!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#14 Nov 8, 2013
Tha Vatican pope must now wake up and contact his minions in the Philippines!!! He must tell the Philippine Catholic bishops to withdraw from their secret bank accounts because of the immdediate needs of their Catholic faithfuls!!! He must also produce the missing Vatican billions from within!!!

No delayed action!!! No waiting from the Combined Federal Campaign and then claiming the contribution as the Vatican's love and concern for her faithfuls!!!

Report any Roman Catholic priestly conduct of hoarding relief goods and supplies!!! Report any body language that will be used by bishops and priests to signal the perpetration and perpetuation of "Colossal Racketeerings"!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

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