Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Trinity Church moves on in debate on condo

From Boston-

Leaders of Trinity Church pledged on Sunday to reexamine the church’s decision-making procedures and renew its commitment to social justice following criticism over its purchase of a $3.6 million Beacon Hill condominium to house the rector and his family.

The real estate investment, recently outlined in the Globe, surprised many in this historic Episcopal church in Copley Square, which is known for its charitable giving. Church leaders have defended the purchase as a sound investment, but others called it an extravagance at a time when other parishes are struggling financially and renewing their focus on the poor.

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