Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches
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As the adjoining lands would remain part of the designated flood plane the cathedral would never be hemmed in by future development . While the cathedral would occasionally be isolated (but not inundated) by a 100-year flood, the floodwaters would soon recede, symbolising the way the Catholic Church will always be able to rise above the periodic assaults by conservative and/or conservationist zealots.
The problem with the hundred year flood in Mallow is that it comes harder and faster and more frequently nowadays. And with all the building in Mallow, the flood is more often than not an inundation.