Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Too Good To Be Buried Among the Comments

In response to this statement from Cardinal Egan quoted in yesterday's New York Times:

'"They average around six people at the early Mass.”

He slapped the arm of his chair. “Is there any person in the world who has sanity who would keep open deserted churches?” he said. “I made a good move.”

A reader asks:

"What is the matter with this man? He thinks six attendees at morning Mass constitutes a deserted church. Doesn't he realize that a religion of over a billion people began with 12 men huddled in a room? "


Anonymous said...

This Saturday at 11 am local time Adamkus will meet with the Pope and then with the Vatican Secretary of State and he will be brave enough to raise the need to reopen Our Lady of Vilnius Church. Lithuania is lucky to have a great president. Saulius Simoliunas

Anonymous said...

President Adamkus met the Pope this morning and the Pope promised to save our Lady of Vilnius Church in New York. read about it in Lietuvos Rytas, the largest Lithuanian daily newspaper. Saulius Simoliunas