A Brooklyn diocese priest is facing a huge parking ticket for bringing the sacraments to a dying woman.
The Rev. Cletus Forson, of St. Andrew the Apostle Church in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn, was ticketed last month when he responded to an emergency call from a parishioner afraid her mother would die without receiving the sacrament of the sick. Forson is now protesting the $115 parking ticket, although city officials seem unlikely to absolve him.
It used to be that clergy were given window stickers, like doctors and reporters and other non-governmental emergency workers, that would excuse their parking violations for a good reason. Looks like another way that society is becoming hostile to religion.
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