"The third thing we offer, and the cardinal has indicated this, is we have changing use of church facilities, so that as populations shift and we don’t need some of our properties for certain things there are new possibilities.”To the best of my knowledge, Our Lady of Vilnius Church is on the market for $19 million. The rectory is listed for $9 million. St. Stanislaus Kostka in Hastings was sold, church and rectory. Mary Help of Christians has been sold for development.
The Archdiocese will probably realize quite a few quid in exchange for their quo while piling up ideological ammo against the selfish, sinful idolators who try to save their parishes. The church should have done more to combat income inequality as it was developing instead of reaping its rewards in the form of real estate proceeds.