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Posted by eidolon 8/4/2005 10:04 PM | remove
  Demolishing it? : ( They should've turned it into lofts.
Posted by ace of spades 2/14/2006 10:31 PM | remove
  Dude, i would have totally lived there! provided they strengthened the floor a wee bit
Posted by Sarnia Boy 4/17/2008 1:48 AM | remove
  cant turn it into lofts, once a church, always a church, you have to demo it the (at least roman catholic) church wont allow religious buildings to be used for anything else
Posted by Samurai 4/17/2008 8:04 PM | remove
  I beg to differ... i can name about 5 Catholic churches just in this town that have been converted into apartments and our 1 family houses. Also, I know of an episcopal church that was renovated for use by a local historical society.

Posted by Sarnia Boy 4/17/2008 11:24 PM | remove
  really? hmm i guess i was wrong then
Posted by paulpa 3/30/2012 7:05 PM | remove
  Churches can be deconsicrated. Many people believe that God is not confined to a building. If a church is no longer serving its purpose, then it is time to remove it.
Posted by Hi/Po 3/31/2012 3:29 AM | remove
  Not necessary. A building no longer serving its purpose can be converted, potentially saving culture heritage and the environmental costs of demolishing buildings.
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