#1 Priest Banned from Saying Mass on Naval Base Sues Dept. of Defense by Rev 15.10.2013 20:39

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Priest Banned from Saying Mass on Naval Base Sues Dept. of Defense
Christine Rousselle | Oct 15, 2013


Source: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/priest-...e-church-locked

I wrote on October 9th that Catholics at the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay were unable to attend Mass due to the fact that the government literally locked them out of the chapel. Fr. Ray Leonard, the priest contracted to Kings Bay, is now suing the Department of Defense, claiming that his First Amendment rights are being infringed upon.

While the base is about eight miles away from the nearest Catholic church, many people on base do not own a car and there is no public transit access to the church. Furthermore, when Fr. Leonard offered to say Mass for free, he was told he could be arrested.

More at Townhall.com

#2 RE: Priest Banned from Saying Mass on Naval Base Sues Dept. of Defense by ThirstyMan 15.10.2013 21:01

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Quote: Rev wrote in post #1
Priest Banned from Saying Mass on Naval Base Sues Dept. of Defense
Christine Rousselle | Oct 15, 2013


Source: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/priest-...e-church-locked

I wrote on October 9th that Catholics at the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay were unable to attend Mass due to the fact that the government literally locked them out of the chapel. Fr. Ray Leonard, the priest contracted to Kings Bay, is now suing the Department of Defense, claiming that his First Amendment rights are being infringed upon.

While the base is about eight miles away from the nearest Catholic church, many people on base do not own a car and there is no public transit access to the church. Furthermore, when Fr. Leonard offered to say Mass for free, he was told he could be arrested.

More at Townhall.com


Wrong Religion. I wonder how the Muzzies are being handled?

Our Country has been screwed over by the globalists. O has managed to infect all the Departments and Agencies. Now what? They all obey him as if he was a god.

#3 RE: Priest Banned from Saying Mass on Naval Base Sues Dept. of Defense by Sanguine 15.10.2013 22:48

So was it only Catholics who were not allowed to celebrate Mass? Were Protestants not locked out?

Regardless, I'm really glad he is suing.

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