Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Architect Drawings

Front View

interior view

View from drive

View from Brickey Lane

Interior view


Anonymous said...

Wow! Looks just like All Saints... that is, it looks like the community room at a retirement home.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree with the above comment more. Why not build something along the lines of the new St. John Neumann? That actually looks Catholic.

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

No more, no more of these lecture halls, rather than Churches.

Anonymous said...

Yes, please don't waste the people's money building this. Remember, for some reason uglier costs more everytime!

Anonymous said...

God deserves better!

Anonymous said...

I was under the impression that the plan was similar to ASC that this building would become the parish hall after growth and the need for a larger church building became apparent.

Patrick Murphy-Racey said...

Maybe all the anonymous folks that are letting us know about how bad they think our parish hall is looking would want to pony up, say, $12 million or so. This way, we can go right to building our Church without taking on massive debt that we can't realistically pay back. Kindest regards to all here! Please consider coming for Sunday Mass where we can show you that the Catholic Church can be warm and inviting, where we put our people first, and buildings second.

Deacon Patrick Murphy-Racey,
St. Albert the Great Catholic Church

Anonymous said...

Rev. Mr. Murphy-Racey,

I agree that the souls of people should be the greatest concern and hence churches should be for the worship of God and not of self as these stadium like structures suggest. One wonders how such poor countries like Mexico, &c. were able to give the very best and build beautiful churches while we spend millions of dollars and just get a poorly constructed building made out of dry wall and cement blocks that does not even resemble a church.