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Re: New Job

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04-19-2013 06:15:40

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Do you think that maybe, just maybe, if people supported the parish, it would not have been sold?

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Billy NY

04-19-2013 08:41:55

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 Re: New Job in reply to Blackhole49, 04-19-2013 06:15:40  
They tried, it does take money to keep and utilize such a building, it just makes me sick to think that our government wastes so much money, yet a church, a symbol of all thats good and a place worship for all folks, one to marvel at and to just be in awe of everytime you open that door, has to be taken down, the money that is wasted, taxpayer money, a fraction of what they misuse could have keep this place going for years. I never thought in a million years they would take this church down, they just took down the most prolific building in that city and one that could be seen so prominently from across the river, people were all against it, fought the developer, the deeper pockets always win.

I seriously have to start avoiding the news, its just never any good, starting to spill over in my content here, don't want to hijack RB's thread, though there is a Kobelco in it LOL !

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Kent Petersen

04-19-2013 10:01:12

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 Re: New Job in reply to Billy NY, 04-19-2013 08:41:55  
we have something in te contstiution that states church and state are seprate no tax payer money can be given the a church its the law

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Billy NY

04-19-2013 13:30:30

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 Re: New Job in reply to Kent Petersen, 04-19-2013 10:01:12  
Right, just a comparison, really irony, waste over here, but starving over there, and there is legal delineation between the two, oil and water don't mix. I just find it shameful that some of the taxpayer money, and you are right, church and state, could not be put to much better use, even though legally this is not allowed, the billions and billions of dollars that none of us ever see 1/10th of a benefit from, what could be done, like keeping a church intact operating, for the community, well I've beat a dead horse to death on this one... guess its been on my mind, will have to check out the new store when it goes in, who needs a fancy church anyway when you think about it, must be human nature to want to fight practicality like we all do at times LOL !

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gene bender

04-19-2013 06:51:13

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 Re: New Job in reply to Blackhole49, 04-19-2013 06:15:40  
Local Chatholic church was to be closed the parish had fund raisers gave the money to the Preist and they closed it anyway money is gone people were mad.

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04-19-2013 07:16:47

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 Re: New Job in reply to gene bender, 04-19-2013 06:51:13  
If there was enough money in it, the parish would not be closed. Really it is about how much folks will support a church. I know several ministers, and the economy has really taken a toll on churches.

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Billy NY

04-19-2013 13:39:58

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 Re: New Job in reply to Spook, 04-19-2013 07:16:47  
Thats really what it is, the operating costs across the board on the diocese was too much, they had to make a decision, shut a bunch of them down, just an end of an era, does not sit right when you see what happens after they do this, people are suspicious of the hierarchy that make these decisions, and of the collection basket, so in reality, its an eventuality what is taking place now.

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