Guam is the Worst Punishment Ever

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Cardinal Burke has denied that he’s being sent to Guam as a punishment.  I’m inclined to believe him.

First of all, because he said so.  Second of all, because he is going for a very good reason at the request of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith to do some very serious and sensitive work that he is highly qualified to do.

And third, because have you seen Guam?

Seriously, I wish someone would punish me by sending me to Guam.

 

 

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5 Comments

  1. It seems that like every island nation, Guam has its’ poverty also. The average poor family makes a few thousand per year. The photos are of a pristine Guam coast, none of the poverty. You say Burke will address the “Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith to do some very serious and sensitive work that he is highly qualified to do.” If he has an eye for beauty, he will don his SpeeDo and hug the coast. The inner city may have to wait.

    Anyway we will pray for his success.

  2. H.P. Stehmer on

    I have spend several tours of duty in Guam. My family and I also spend many weekends with Guamanian families, one of my children has a Guamanian godfather. I did not, however see any of the poverty Margamb mentions in an earlier reply. Extented families is the rule, and everyone takes care of each other. Most of the inhabitants are catholic, charity abounds. Woud love to reside there, but got to make a living!

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