CLEVELAND (AP) – Officials at the Cleveland airport say they’re considering moving its chapel because some visitors say the space is "too Catholic."
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport rents the large space to the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland for $1,200 a year. But as officials plan to renovate that concourse, they are talking with the diocese about moving the space or perhaps making it less denomination specific.
The Rev. Charles Doerpers says the diocese is open to making the chapel more inclusive to other faiths. But he also thinks money is the issue and fears the airport only wants the space for retail shops.
The American Civil Liberties Union has long complained about the space’s Catholic-specific space.
Well all they have to do is hire Fr. Dick Vosco and in no time they will have it looking less Catholic.