Someone who needs no refresher is peeved parishioner Marie A:
I certainly hope you're not getting paid for your super silliness! A church is like one's family and you certainly hurt my family. We love our church even if you think it has physical flaws. We love our priests who are the heads of our family and we do, as good Catholic Christians, invite you back again.Whew, it's good to know they won't tar and feather me if I decide to go back. Now I just need a reason to actually do so. Ba-zing!
Ok, let me be serious for a moment. Marie, you're not the first person to be mad because I gave your beloved church a low score, and you won't be the last. It's easy to take this thing personally, but remember that the Project is generally only concerned with a parish's physical structure--i.e., the church.
A low mark doesn't mean your parish is terrible, your priests are incompetent, or your and your fellow parishioners are bad Roman Catholics. It simply means that your church building is ugly. No more, no less. (And lest you think me a blind idiot, bear in mind that the Project's posse, all of whom are of a different mind, felt the exact same way.)
If you all truly love it, then Godspeed. Have fun. I'm just pointing out that, in the pantheon of Philadelphia church architecture, the less we say about St. Nicholas, the better.