Comments:St Paul's cathedral to shut down following 'Occupy' protest
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|Comments from feedback form - "It's sad to see the Church afr..."||0||12:36, 24 October 2011|
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|Comments from feedback form - "fantastic informative article"||0||15:58, 21 October 2011|
It's sad to see the Church afraid to keep its doors open (to people gathered before you, who aren't firebugs or anarchists ~ just people in great difficulties). Be sure your response to their presence is also profoundly noted. In the days to come, as you see the Churches emptying, remember that you're NOT there for the people when THEY NEED YOU. A wiser response would have been to ask the people to help in the daily cleanup, and to donate to a special fund (so that you could keep the bathrooms stocked with soap, paper and bath tissue, etc.) This would have displayed better heart, don't you think? But essentially, closing your doors becomes your political statement, siding with government which has been treating its citizens as "the enemy within" -- the disrupters, as the CIA likes to label them (a label generally reserved for Christians, whom they intend to marginalize, jail and kill, in the future). Do your research and take a better stand.