Czech Catholics file suit over cathedral ownership

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(RNS/ENI) Catholic leaders in the Czech Republic have appealed to the country’s Constitutional Court over a ruling that gives the state ownership of Prague’s 14th century St. Vitus Cathedral. “Suffice it to say, this cathedral has always belonged to the church, so we can’t understand how it can be said to be state property,” said […]

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