NOTE: This post is guaranteed to get some readers upset. It's not my intention to inflame passions, but rather to help us all understand the fruits that flow out of Kiko's Passion-less theology. Any issues or problems contained herein are my fault and should not be attributed to Jungle Watch.
By now, we all know that the NCW has built itself into a parallel church, but even more to the point, a competitor church with a competitor Christ. We have discussed not only the grievous heresies espoused by them, but also their guiding principle: that the Church is all about Man, and that the Incarnation has absolutely nothing to do with the reconciliation of God with Man. There is only community.
In fact, it is the demonic that is at the heart of both Kiko's toxic fruit and his ecclesiastic support. Just hold onto that thought for a minute.
"All acts of mercy," she says, are nothing more than what "the atheists are capable of performing." Evangelization is far more important, and despite her near perfect ignorance of evangelization, she boasts of the superiority of the NCW.
And the key to understanding this whole post is this: the spirit of antichrist (in the general sense) hates Christ Crucified and what that really means. That evil doesn't mind love your neighbor, it's doesn't mind community, it doesn't mind all manner of spirituality. It DOES mind Christ Crucified. Christ Crucified--the Cross AND the Corpus--contradicts everything because it's about the sacrifice of God Himself for Man. It's only in Christ Crucified where God Himself demonstrated His perfect humility where we may become humble ourselves in a modelling of ourselves on our Eucharistic Lord and all He has done for us.
As long as the NCW proclaims a Passion-less Lord (except as a pit-stop on the way to Resurrection), I don't see how we have anything in common with them. There is no common faith with those who deny Christ our God; all that's in common after such a denial is is "there once was a fella named Jesus who came from Nazareth". If they break faith with Christ Crucified, then they are already well outside the Body of Christ. And to my eyes, this is the case, and all the more so the further one goes into this "way."
And the same applies to so many bishops. More on that in Part 5.
So no, I do not judge nor condemn. I only write with the full knowledge that our family members and friends have de facto left the Church and are in a mutant form of schism--all under the direction of the archbishop, who in in turn controlled by his spiritual director. What a terrible time for Guam. How really very sad. Even after we win because of the valiant efforts and courage of those who lead in this fight, the damage to the Church is still done. Rather like after an exorcism, the evil spirit is cast out, but the delivered person still requires real time to heal and reflect.