St. Liborius, September 2018

I know many of my readers are not thrilled with the current owners of St. Liborius, but I do want everyone to consider what happens to buildings with huge maintenance expenses that are abandoned. Taken for example the rectory, which is not owned by the same people as the church building.

It is rapidly falling into disrepair, and I worry that when and if revitalization comes back to this neighborhood, it will not be in good enough condition to be saved.

The church, on the other hand, is being kept alive, and I know for certain will still be standing in the coming years.

Its beauty is still so evident, even after all of these years.

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