Wednesday, March 08, 2006


Orange Catholic Controversy --
Jimmy Akin weighs in on the recent dis-invitation of Catholics in a Catholic parish once led by a conservative pastor. Akin understands that he has only heard one-sided protests from the disgruntled parishioners' side.

One commenter notes:


Califonia has a law which allows clergy (of whatever the church's equivalent is) to revoke an invitation to a public place. That is, kick out trouble makers. Since church's are, usually, public the invitation has to be revoked. This could be the bishop/priest making use of this provision in Californian law to restrict access in the future.
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