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Guam - On Sunday, January 4th three archbishops from Rome will arrive on island to conduct a pastoral visit. According to a release from the Archdiocese of Agana, Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, Reverend Father Tadeusz Nowak, and Archbishop Martin Krebs will be on Guam with the hope of fostering reconciliation and mutual understanding in the archdiocese. The chancellor of the Archdiocese of Agana Father Adrian Cristobal says they do plan to meet with the clergy, religious, members of the laity and various groups during their one week stay.


Meanwhile the Concerned Catholics of Guam group plans to meet with the delegation. Vice president Dave Sablan told KUAM News, "If we can have a private audience we will present effectively the white paper as we would call it of the issues that need to be addressed factual truths of what is occurring here and we have effectively gathered as many documents and evidence to show that what is happening is the truth."


Father Adrian says those who have scheduled to meet the delegation will be allowed 15 minutes. He adds that the delegation is scheduled to leave on the 10th.