No meeting planned with Guam Concerned Catholics
HAGÅTÑA — More than a week has passed since the Concerned Catholics of Guam requested a meeting with Archbishop Anthony Apuron, but spokesman Rev. Adrian Cristobal said on Friday there were no plans to meet with the group.
A meeting with the group is up to the archbishop and he has not yet seen the letters from the Concerned Catholics of Guam, Cristobal said.
Since the group announced their organization on Dec. 9 at a press conference, at least one letter has been sent requesting a meeting with the archbishop, according to Concerned Catholics President Greg Perez and Treasurer Deacon Steve Martinez.
The letter was sent to Apuron by Martinez about three weeks ago, Martinez said in an earlier interview. Martinez said the group wanted to meet with Apuron to discuss issues related to the church including the archdiocese’s finances, the removal of two priests and other issues. Martinez said communication is the Christian way and said Apuron does not appear open to communicating with the group.