Monday, February 22, 2010

Hockey heaven in Vancouver

They say hockey is Canada's religion, and that was never more true than Sunday afternoon here at the Archdiocese of Vancouver's Olympic Headquarters. The prospect of free coffee and a big screen TV was enough for many people who decided 150 Robson St. was the place to watch the Canada-U.S. hockey game. Scott Feschuk of Macleans magazine dropped in for a visit. Here's his entertaining take on the experience. By the way, Father James Hughes at St. Ann's in Abbotsford is making next Sunday's men's gold-medal hockey game a parish experience. A big-screen TV and munchies will be provided in the gym. Any other parish Olympic highlights to report?

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