Really, preserve St. Patrick's

Really, preserve St. Patrick's

There are 9 comments on the Albany Times Union story from Sep 9, 2012, titled Really, preserve St. Patrick's. In it, Albany Times Union reports that:

"Really?" this is what you should be saying to yourself when you hear anyone wants to tear down St.

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Mike

Schenectady, NY

#1 Sep 16, 2012
No one uses the building anymore. No on goes to church. Tear it down before it falls down!
Kaiser Soze

Albany, NY

#2 Sep 17, 2012
But, but, my great great grandmothers funeral was held there!
nina

Clifton Park, NY

#3 Sep 17, 2012
there is no sense talking to you guys...it would
go in one ear and quickly out the other==========
nina

AOL

#4 Sep 18, 2012
This church should not come down.....
Kaiser Soze

Albany, NY

#5 Sep 18, 2012
Ok Nina... it's abandoned, no one wants it, and no one in Watervliet has come forward with the necessary money for repairs. What would YOU propose should happen to that building? Simply saying "don't tear it down" is insufficient.
Lord Haw Haw

Albany, NY

#6 Sep 18, 2012
Nina-get outside the Sand Hill city limits and get a grip. You position is like pizzing into the wind.
nina

AOL

#7 Sep 18, 2012
1. This fortress could hold a ton of people from
the area in case of disaster.
2. Europe retains their beautiful buildings....
we tear them down.
3. If other Catholic Churches should close this
big fortress could accommodate them.
4. This church could be marketed internationally.
5. This church is a replica of the church in
Lourdes, France ....our Lady appeared in this city
and this is well documented.
This church could be saved after all so many
schools and other churches have been sold.
Immigrants with little money were able to build
this church....this church can be saved.
nina

AOL

#8 Sep 18, 2012
Lord Haw Haw wrote:
Nina-get outside the Sand Hill city limits and get a grip. You position is like pizzing into the wind.
not so...
Kaiser Soze

Albany, NY

#9 Sep 18, 2012
nina wrote:
1. This fortress could hold a ton of people from
the area in case of disaster.
What part of "it's falling down and no one with the money to fix it has come forward" don't you get? If you want to keep it open, why don't YOU buy it?
nina wrote:
2. Europe retains their beautiful buildings....
we tear them down.
This isn't Europe.
nina wrote:
3. If other Catholic Churches should close this
big fortress could accommodate them.
Again, the building is falling down, and the Diocese doesn't want it...
nina wrote:
4. This church could be marketed internationally.
As what? A tourist attraction? People who live there don't want to be in Watervliet... what makes you think tourists are going to come to visit that dump of a city? What do you suggest they dine? What fine hotels are there? What is there to do?
nina wrote:
5. This church is a replica of the church in
Lourdes, France ....our Lady appeared in this city
and this is well documented.
Our Lady appeared in Watervliet? So what if it's a REPLICA. You can buy replicas of vintage cars, it doesn't mean they have any value or are as good as the real thing.

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