Catholic Church in Nova Scotia selling mansion to pay legal bills
This stately home built in 1892 became Rome Catholic Church property. But because of the need to raise money to pay abuse victims, it's now on the market for $429,000. It is 7,000 square feet and sits on a property greater than 24,000 square feet.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Canada.com.
#1 Jun 15, 2011
They have to "part with their treasures." Funny, if the Catholic church realized its treasures are its people, then it wouldn't have this problem.
Add your comments below
|10 things to know about the new Maine-Nova Scot...||Apr '16||Randal||1|
|Cyber Monday caution: Confessions of an online ... (Nov '15)||Nov '15||at the Mall||1|
|Yarmouth Music Thread (Aug '13)||Nov '15||Musikologist||9|
|Trout Point Lodge to charge up Teslas (Mar '15)||Sep '15||Randal||2|
|Real estate firm regroups after Yarmouth counci... (Aug '15)||Aug '15||Don||1|
|Avalon (TSX: Avl) (Nyse MKT: Avl) Reports Signi... (Mar '15)||Mar '15||Tin||1|
|Avalon Sets Annual Meeting of Shareholders for ... (Feb '15)||Feb '15||skeptic||1|
Find what you want!
Search Yarmouth Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC