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A bad day in court recently for Hui Son Lye.
She had brought a lawsuit against the city of Lacey, WA. She was convinced that her consitutional rights were violated because police arrested her as she tried to enter Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
It seems that the woman was upset that the mass was not being conducted in Korean, even though she claimed the Archbishop had instructed it.
According to the church, the woman had disrupted services before, so they issued a ‘no trespass’ order and told her to worship elsewhere. She was told that should would be arrested if she returned.
But she returned.
And was arrested.
A Washington federal district court rejected her claims.
QUESTION: Have you ever had someone be a real problem in your church?
Ever had someone disrupt services?
How did you deal with it?
Would you EVER issue a ‘no trespass’ warning?
How would you deal with this situation?
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