MONTREAL • On a Sunday morning two years ago, Paula Celani and about
80 members of her Catholic lay group gathered in a hall they had rented
from the city. They watched an inspirational video, they prayed, they
celebrated mass and they capped it off with a potluck lunch. “We had a
beautiful day,” Ms. Celani recalls.
But now that beautiful day has generated a nasty court battle after
she was hit with a $144 ticket from the city, which alleged her event
was illegal because it involved religious worship.
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