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Archdiocese of Agana comments on Vatican rep's visit

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Archdiocese of Hagatna is commenting on the recent visit from a representative from the Vatican. As we reported Archbishop Martin Krebs was on Guam and met with local clergy and Archbishop Anthony Apuron. Although a local blog reported the meeting was heated, according to the chancellor for the archdiocese of Hagatna Father Adrian Cristobal says overall it was a very positive visit. He says that Apuron will be addressing the needs of the priests over a period of time and that Archbishop Krebs has instructed them to build bridges with open dialogue and reconciliation.  Archbishop Krebs is the Vatican's ambassador or apostolic delegate to the Pacific Islands.  Father Cristobal adds an article on the recent visit will be included in this weekend's U Matuna Si Yu'ous paper.

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