Our Mission

+ Concerned Catholics of Guam, Inc. +

Objectives:

 

Clergy, Religious and Laity

  • Support local vocations; provide grants and scholarships to aspiring local seminarians to attend an established and an accredited Diocesan seminary
  • Provide an official forum for complaints and concerns from the laity and clergy
  • Provide a forum and representation assistance for those who have been abused by the religious and clergy in Guam
  • Give the laity an official voice in the governance of the archdiocese
  • To encourage the Catholic Faithful in the belief and practice of the Catholic religion in matters of rites, liturgies and rubrics as approved by the Sacred Congregation of Rites.

 

Parish Affairs

  • Support parish-related needs through grants and contributions
  • Assist parishes in putting their finances in order
  • Review the practices of the Neo-Catechumenal Way to determine if they are in compliance with their statutes and the precepts of the Roman Catholic Church

 

 

Archdiocesan Affairs

  • Work to achieve financial transparency in the archdiocese
  • Assist the archdiocese put their finances in order
  • Recommend amendments to archdiocesan policies which do not justly address serious concerns, especially with the current sex abuse policy
  • To represent the concerns of the laity in regards to any archdiocesan decision to alienate real property, especially property which was given to the church for a specific purpose
  • To engage in activities that promotes the Catholic Faith in Guam in accordance with sacred traditions, Scripture and the Magisterium of The Roman Catholic Church
  • To encourage the observance of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, as approved by the Sacred Congregation of Rites
  • Evaluate the performance of the management of the archdiocese and recommend changes where necessary

 

For further information, contact:

  • Gregory Perez, president at 727-3233 or
  • David Sablan, vice president at 482-4647

 

2 comments for “Our Mission

  1. Mariquita Koki
    December 29, 2014 at 11:37 pm

    I pray daily that CCOG will end all this controversies within our Catholic Churches and the obvious division within it. Dankulu na si Yuus Maase for your good works.

  2. Ray Salas
    April 21, 2015 at 2:04 pm

    This movement is not only disrespectful to the God-appointed leaders of our Church, but it is ridiculous

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