Kathy Lantry also confirms this:
I am writing to let you know that we have a Purchase Agreement on the Church of St. John's in Dayton' Bluff. The buyer intends to use the church for an Islamic worship center and the house as residency for the minister. They have no intended use for the school at this time.
Edit: it's a church that was active on St. Paul's East Side for 127 years when its pastor, Father George Welzbacher said its last Mass. It's been a part of home, of homeland, a consolation and a source of learning for generations of Americans, students, parishioners, pastors and the people of the neighborhood. It was one of the more conservative parishes in the Archdiocese. Soon, it will be another conquest by advancing militant Islam.
Now it looks like it's being sold to Muslims. The asking price is less than a million dollars, which seems a bit on the cheap side. We're contacting the Archdiocese, but haven't heard anything yet.
Thanks to liberal immigration policies, the streets are teaming with Muslims and their increasingly visible presence is taking advantage of the continuing decline of Christianity.
And don't ask where we got the information.
H/T: Brother Ass