Friday, March 27, 2020

Toronto: Beer and Pot Stores Stay Open While Churches Close

TORONTO, March 25, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — At least four Ontario Catholic archdioceses — including the province’s largest dioceses of Ottawa and Toronto — have locked their churches indefinitely in the face of the Wuhan flu pandemic even as the province’s pot, beer, and liquor stores remain open.
Premier Doug Ford’s government ordered a mandatory shutdown of all non-essential services that begins at midnight March 24 and will last at least 14 days, and which exempts 74 businesses or services deemed “essential” — including beer stores, the provincial Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) outlets, and cannabis stores.
But it is not clear at this point exactly what health authority ordered the closure of churches in particular regions, and specifically in Toronto.
AMDG

8 comments:

JBQ said...

Face it. "Pot, beer, and liquor" are essential in this day and time. Since this pontiff is all about the body and humanism, the soul is of little concern.

Anonymous said...

Dank Droppings

James Deipnon said...

It could be concluded reasonably enough that Toronto Catholics are getting more inspiration at the pub or grass house than at Church. Bishops might figure now just how tough and attractive the competition is really like.

Anonymous said...

Real reason these shops are open is the huge tax revenue government collects from the sale of booze and pot. Always follow the money.

Anonymous said...

The satire practically writes itself. Are Canadians scum, or does it just appear so? -Dirk

Anonymous said...

This is a punishment for the faithful because they all go along with
anti-Christ Vatican 2.
-Andrew

Anonymous said...

What do you know about Dank?
-Andrew

Anonymous said...

Fr.Bernard (CMRI) and Fr.Roy (SSPX-Resistance) are active in Ontario.
Maybe the faithful should exercise their freewill and attend Catholic Chapels instead the standard ecumenical environmental sect posing as the Catholic Church?
-Andrew

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