to the "not racist" individual with bilingual vs English comment. Perhaps a more suitable approach would be to discuss this with the individuals in charge of the times of the masses. Perhaps due to the lack of attending english masses you have forgotten how to spell "bilingual".
Since when does St. John's cater to bilengual more than english? I am a working mother and can only attend Ash Wednesday service in the evenings. I use to be able to go at 5 or 6 in the evening but now the first english service is not until 7 p.m. The entire schedule has more bilengual services than english. I was married in this church and my son was baptized, I am very disappointed and will probably have to find another church. I am not a racist but it is ridiculous how much this church is catering to the bilengual.
I am a parishoner at St. John's. Of all the churches I have ever been to, this one is most based on Christ's method of love. I have trouble believing the previous reviewer, because the people I know in this church are the kindest, most loving people I have ever met. This isn't the flashiest church, nor the trendiest, but that's not why I go to church. I go to worship the Lord, and I can't think of a better place to do so.
the only reason i do not like the church is when i needed help the church brush me off and told me that they only help the poor.This were the Board members.And when i work for my company for 20 years i gave to the church 50 to 60 thousand dollars and they had the guts to tell me they only help the poor.
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