Sunday, December 31, 2006

Confusing God

Cordoba's cathedral was once a mosque (Photo - AP)

The Roman Catholic bishop of Cordoba in southern Spain has rejected an appeal from Muslims for the right to pray in the city's cathedral, a former mosque. Shared use of places of worship could make sense in airports or an Olympic village, said the bishop, but not in a consecrated Catholic cathedral.

Evidently the Creator has to follow along with a prayer book in the sky, and if you start letting the different faiths mix and match it could create some administrative problems.


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