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intheflow Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-29-05 01:53 PM
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23. Why is this still an issue? the church is built and open!
Edited on Sat Jan-29-05 01:54 PM by intheflow
From the article:

"Now that the new Our Lady of Loreto Church is open, neighbors don't understand why Buelt doesn't sell the house or build a rectory in the church."

Why is Buelt still having hundreds of people over to his house for services when his church is already built?
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  -Town says church ruining rural lifestyle (Church says town anti religous) BleedingHeartPatriot  Jan-29-05 07:57 AM   #0 
  - it's the new cudgel used to silence and bash  xchrom   Jan-29-05 08:38 AM   #1 
  - That's how I see it, too.  BiggJawn   Jan-29-05 08:46 AM   #3 
  - It Doesn't Have to Be a Church  Crisco   Jan-29-05 09:15 AM   #5 
     - That sounds like a raw deal  Cicero   Jan-29-05 09:46 AM   #9 
        - I strongly disagree.  TahitiNut   Jan-29-05 10:59 AM   #14 
        - Actually, they probably will make money  AliciaKeyedUp   Jan-29-05 11:01 AM   #15 
        - Yes, they still own it, but...  Cicero   Jan-29-05 12:22 PM   #19 
        - It's called democracy.  TahitiNut   Jan-29-05 12:38 PM   #20 
        - Deleted message  Name removed   Jan-29-05 03:35 PM   #24 
        - Deleted message  Name removed   Jan-29-05 06:35 PM   #25 
        - For some reason my original reply was deleted, so let me just say...  Cicero   Jan-29-05 08:23 PM   #29 
           - The rules weren't changed.  TahitiNut   Jan-29-05 10:17 PM   #30 
        - People Didn't View It As a Real Threat  Crisco   Jan-29-05 07:15 PM   #28 
        - "They still own what they bought" Absolutely! Use that when land  havocmom   Jan-29-05 01:13 PM   #21 
        - How did the school get a raw deal?  buddyhollysghost   Jan-29-05 11:25 AM   #17 
  - I agree there shouldn't be a church in a residential area, but...  Redstone   Jan-29-05 08:44 AM   #2 
  - Good Point  Tigress DEM   Jan-29-05 09:16 AM   #6 
  - Churches are almost ALWAYS in residential areas  AliciaKeyedUp   Jan-29-05 10:01 AM   #11 
  - I don't understand your logic  Toots   Jan-29-05 10:51 AM   #13 
  - your extract misses the main point of the article, which is that  ima_sinnic   Jan-29-05 09:07 AM   #4 
  - Found some background on this....  Tigress DEM   Jan-29-05 09:36 AM   #7 
     - sounds like typical "suburban sprawl"--a subdivision on edge of  ima_sinnic   Jan-29-05 09:45 AM   #8 
        - It's bad, church of 2000 members - 800 live in the community  Tigress DEM   Jan-29-05 01:45 PM   #22 
  - I grew up across the street from a Catholic church  localroger   Jan-29-05 09:59 AM   #10 
  - My sister lives two doors down from a church  proud2Blib   Jan-29-05 06:53 PM   #27 
  - As someone who lives in a town of less than 800...  Robb   Jan-29-05 10:31 AM   #12 
  - This is so true, Robb  buddyhollysghost   Jan-29-05 11:32 AM   #18 
  - There Were Alternatives to Holding Services in That House  CO Liberal   Jan-29-05 11:24 AM   #16 
  - Why is this still an issue? the church is built and open!  intheflow   Jan-29-05 01:53 PM   #23 
  - And so the Church is a Tool Now  stepnw1f   Jan-29-05 06:41 PM   #26 
 

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