Sunday, December 22, 2019

Catholics Stay Losing: Local Gingerbread Notre Dame Cathedral Also Suffers Damage

Proving once again that ornate structures are nearly impossible to maintain over time . . . This local report on bittersweet Catholic crumbling deserves a peek:

In an ironic twist, Weston's gingerbread Notre Dame Cathedral damaged by water

WESTON, Mo. -- In an ironic twist, a gingerbread tribute to Notre Dame Cathedral was damaged by water. The gingerbread creation, which is housed at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Weston, was meticulously crafted by Lisa Stiffler and her husband Phil, along with friend Lori Mathews.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This was no accident.
It was some raghead terrorist like the one that burned down the real Notre Dame.

Anonymous said...

Fix it

Anonymous said...

Nuke Mecca.

Anonymous said...

Maybe its a sign from God. He disapproves of raping children. Punishment to follow....