POTD – In Vino Veritas (on the steps of Veritas)

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  • Must be an awfully uncomfertable place to sleep, poor bloke.

  • wild turkey

    whats the big deal?

    these things will happen when the water gets turned into wine

  • wee buns

    Could somebody not take him inside? That’s christian charity for you.

  • FuturePhysicist

    Place is probably abandoned now

  • FuturePhysicist

    I mean Veritas have no more use for it.

  • Rory Carr

    Wee Buns is right – somebody should take him in…and, since Wee Buns is much closer to him than I…

  • wee buns

    Rory he will probably be gone by the time I drive over there. But maybe Moochin should carry a wee foil rescue blanket folded up in his pocket to throw over critters.

  • The Truth is not always what it seems. This is occupied I believe by the Dicoesan Resource Centre(a bookshop and ecclesiastical supplier) and CCMS ( the Council for Catholic and Muslim schools, i think, a faith based interest group which represents a re-alignment of two great faiths and two great priestly classes, ayatollahs and bishops)

  • Great to poke fun aye ??

    “There But for the Grace of God go I”

  • wee buns

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    CCMS…..the mind boggles.
    Just when some of us thought religion was ripe to exit education.

  • Hi wee buns

    Health warning.

    I was being whimsical.99.9% of my posts are whimsy and not to be treated seriously.

    Veritas or truth is not a word i associate with the Catholic church other than as a publisher using that name. CCMS is the Council for Catholic Maintained schools, the employer of 8,000 plus teachers in NI. As far as I am aware there are no plans to merge with the Muslims however they share a desire and are vocal in demand for faith based education whatever the cost.

    DRC is a bookshop and ecclesiastical supplier. No whimsy here. A very interesting little shop, and whatever your beliefs some very beautiful words have been written, pictuires painted etc etc in praise of a God.

  • wee buns

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    Certainly lovely to see the building restored and in use.
    Just read that it dates from 1828 and is the oldest surviving example of gothic revival architecture in B’fast!