Issue # One:
1) Upon further visualization/research it appears that this particular baptismal font has some obvious inscription of it belonging in the past to a Luthern Church which might not be appropriate for St. Dominic's Chapel.
Issue # Two:
RE: Postings from "Meg" & " dymphnaw's"
Let me just say, these "troubled"scurrilous innuendo, defamatorY-ladened macabre suggestions that somehow and in some way... Father Starbuck was responsible for the "starvation" of sister AND that the "old nun's body [was] lying there [being]unclaimed" was also Father's Starbuck's fault is grossly inappropriate and is infuriating!
Let me first say, I know absolutely nothing of the specifics and conditions of sister's death!
You both obviously do not personally know Father and of his profound charity and his loving Christ-like loving concern for others. I've personally witnessed this during his 15 years of profound priestly service and have seen hundreds of examples of loving service to OLHC faithful! To scurrilously suggest otherwise, is in my opinion a satanic, evil lie! Were either one of you members of OLHC or did you personally know Father?
Again, except for some vague rumors, which I can't remember the specifics of, I know nothing of the factual specifics s of sister's death or the conditions thereof. One thing I do know is that sister suffered years from serious Diabetes. I think her condition was always serious and her life was always untenable. I do know that Fr. Perez and Fr. Starbuck tried to provide for her loving comfort and friendship at OLHC for years! Which she had! A place of refuge for her to be at home at and... most importantly - RECEIVE THE SACRAMENTS!"epiphany!"Do you or did you know Father Starbuck? Were you or are you a member of OLHC? "THE BOARD?" If you were/are a member, did you ever try and help sister in any way? I did!!