Lewis Diuguid

November 26, 2013 10:25 AM

Tourists soon will pay to see the Washington National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral should rethink a decision to start charging tourists an admission fee as a way to raise money to cover the $26 million damage from a 2011 earthquake. It’s almost a pay-to-pray cost for the people who go to see the church but may have a word or two with God while they are there.

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