Thursday, April 09, 2009
Crosses, Bibles banned from hospital chapel
WorldNetDaily.com: Administrators at a hospital in Australia have thrown the crosses, crucifixes and Bibles out of their chapel to comply with new rules that followed the construction of a special prayer room for Muslims.
According to a report in the Mosman Daily, the change has been made at the Royal North Shore Hospital in St. Leonards.
The move, according to senior members of the hospital staff quoted by the newspaper, was made to avoid offending Muslims or Hindus who may be at the hospital.
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