14. okt. 2016
Pacific Daily News skriver bl.a.:
A group of women Catholics held a protest at the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Yona Wednesday, saying they believe Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron and the Rev. Pius Sammut, the highest official in the Neocatechumenal Way hierarchy on Guam, are back on island and staying there.
Sammut on Wednesday said he is back on island, but said Apuron is not here as far as he knows.
Apuron, who has not been seen in public on Guam since late May, faces a canonical trial at the Vatican for allegedly sexually abusing altar boys in the 1970s in Agat.
Pope Francis placed Apuron on leave on June 6 and sent Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai to temporarily administer the local Catholic church.
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