- Posted August 27, 2013 by
Manhasset 11030, New York
www.InisFada.org (Long Island Sold)
While most of the “historical” artifacts have been moved to other locations in unmarked trucks because of their values “gold” some of the interiors wood carving is believed to still remain.
No one is talking:
After years of a community supporting the Jesuits in their mission they have left without disclosing the final fate of this very unique work of art in Gods name.
New technology to gather petitions to stop the destruction are being used on the internet. Even this has not swayed the silence Jesuits, Mayor or new owners to disclose the final fate of this long time community religious place of worship.
Many of the aging community feel a sense of abandonment from the town leaders and the religion they once followed.
Oddly the aging priests and mayors do not understand the mounting quite talk within the community the new community the social network community and power it has and is mounting each day.
The building may fall but the internet will ensure that the digital finger print of those that made no effort to make the world a more peaceful place and allow others to be still in a noise filled world - will be remembered forever.
The voices once not heard because of the man power needed to walk door to door are now gathered and heard from around the world.
Gated communities can now be reached with a digital message when no one can walk past a gate to gather the support.
The group continues to update their web site and pray for a miracle but clearly the Catholic church has no intentions on helping pray for the intervention from God.
Please see www.Inisfada.org