This post is the final entry in my “Farewell, Downtown Vancouver” blog series in which I reflect on certain aspects of my time downtown.
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Well, the day is here: our first day in our new JP II Pastoral Centre at 4885 Saint John Paul II Way in central Vancouver (corner of Willow and West 33rd).
Thus, I thought it would be fun to look back at a few of some of the more memorable aspects of our now former Pastoral Centre at 150 Robson Street in downtown Vancouver – the place I called my work home for the past 12 years.
When you walked up to the “freight elevator”, you’d hope that it was on your floor. After all, you basically had a one in four chance of getting lucky. However, if the elevator was on another floor, you wouldn’t be able to “call” for it unless the elevator doors were closed.