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Fury Over New Rules for Guest Houses
Posted on March 29, 2006
New rules forcing Catholics retreat and guest houses to accommodate
gays or even satanists have been met with a flurry of complaints from
those running such businesses that their human rights are being violated.
The director of one leading Catholic retreat centre, the Jesuit run Loyola
Hall on Merseyside, said he would rather go to court than let a black mass
be celebrated on the presmises by a guest. And other Christian bed and
breakfast establishments have also promised to ignore the legislation
which they say conflicts with their Biblical beliefs.
What the government is pushing is something that is basically
war against the Catholic faith. Now, I'm not saying that just
because I'm (mostly) Catholic. I say that because I would hope
that governments in the West would be tolerant enough of
each religion's beliefs so as not to push them to do things that
go against their faith in their own faith centers.