Nonnie and Bumpie had just taken the pizzelles out of oven when all hell broke loose.
Can you imagine if these people took over the Teradyne building for a year?
The letter, written by Joseph McEnness, director of the Archdiocese of Boston's Office of Management and Insurance, was dated Oct. 13 and sent to city cops, fire marshals and the Boston Health Department. It read, ``I implore you to consider the life safety issues and the considerable exposure to your personal assets and those of the other parties involved in this matter.''
What can the police do without a tresspass order?
You've got to give them the tools...or the folks inside are considered diocesan guests.
The letter from the insurance man should be addressed to the Bishop - who should then give the order to have a tresspass complaint filed.
Here's a rather absurd exclamation from the feminist journalist:
I don't get it. The archdiocese has abandoned Our Lady of Mount Carmel – refusing to answer questions about nearly $200,000 in missing funds raised by parishioners, but has ``safety concerns?''
Yeah -- Like, does Nonnie have senile dementia or will she remember to turn off the oven.
Look - - even the fireman didn't think it was safe to go home:
Then he looked around at the 200 people gathered in the basement and determined that he would not shut the dinner down but stay on ``fire watch'' until it was over at 11 p.m. ``
Now city cops and firefighters are being asked to do the archdiocese's dirty work at an East Boston church that is running quite well without its leadership. Yesterday there were 150 people participating in an illegal Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel.