Monday, February 22, 2010

Shinny afternoon on Robson St.

One Fifty Robson St., or as we down here affectionately call it, Catholic Olympic Headquarters, is turning into a sort-of mini-hub of activity in the B.C. Place neighbourhood. As Maclean's magazine's Scott Feschuk noted in a previous blog, there was no better place to watch the Canada-U.S. hockey game, get free coffee and cookies, and say some prayers in the chapel. (Insert your own joke here about prayers and the final score of the game.)
At lunchtime today, a hockey game broke out in front of the building, and for nearly an hour, archdiocesan employees, family, friends and assorted rug rats went head to head in bone-crushing fury. Check Youth Ministry director Clayton Imoo's video report on the game.

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