Philippines: pro-contraception demonstrator sentenced for disrupting Mass
Catholic World News - January 29, 2013
A Filipino man has been sentenced to a 13-month prison term for disrupting Mass at the cathedral in Manila to deliver a message in favor of contraceptive use.
Carlos Celdran was found guilty of “offending religious beliefs.” He has said he will appeal the court’s decision.
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