Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches
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Let the FOSCC chaining to the alter rails begin 😎
So basicially, its been granted, with the one (major) clause that the permanent altar and cathedra must be dealt with seperatly. Am I reading that right?
Basically it has not been granted. The Inspector went for upholding the planning permission with conditions. Then it went to the Bord who voted 6 to 2 to refuse planning permission.
The_Chris seems to be indulging in wishful thinking and denigrating the FOSCC is a weak and pathetic ploy. His/her original contribution talked about entrenched positions. Well The_Chris seems firmly entrenched and like ,his friend Bishop Magee , is also unwilling to listen to the people of Cobh or even the civil planning authorites. Attack the argument not the people putting them forward.
In Cobh today there was much real joy, but no triumphalism, as those who love their Church realise that while they may have gone some way to saving their beloved Cathedral the rift between the people and the clergy now needs to be healed.