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Monday, July 25, 2011

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M. Jordan Lichens

Can I just say how much it amuses me that power-of-positive-thinking-guy is bankruptcy?

beng

That Crystal Cathedral doesn't really have a "Catholic" taste either (architecture wise). But it's more pleasant in the eye than, as one person say, the temple of Baal that is The Lady of Angels.

stevenr.f.

Architecture contains theology in it, no? And how is it that Mr. Schuller, as non-Catholic as they can possibly come, managed to have something built that was so intrinsically Catholic that we could step into it when he stepped out? Oh. . .wait.. .he didn't. So why throw fifty mil down the tubes for a fantastic piece of non-Catholic architecture? I can't believe we couldn't build something for the glory of God that would be thoroughly Catholic at that same price tag.

Randy

Bishop Brown is turning 75 in November. He could not build a new Cathedral in that time. But he can buy one. What happens when Bishop Aquila from Fargo ND moves into town and has to figure out what to do with it?

Achilles

Hi Carl, thanks for this. I ran across spero news the other day, can you tell me anything about it? Is it a credible Orthodox Catholic source? Thanks, Achilles

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