How does that compare with the Catholic church refusing to bury homosexuals, suicide victims, divorcees, and I believe, convicted felons and murderers in its cemeteries until the late 60s? And why, all of a sudden, it is allowed. Could the infallible church have been wrong for 2 whole centuries Like the sun revolving around the earth? Ask Galileo.Here is another Libtard. If you want to bury someone in any cemetery, you must comply with the people who run it! Don't expect any cemetery run by any religious group to comply with you wishes if it does not meet their standards. And don't order a tombstone without checking first!!
Mans NASCAR headstone banned by church; widow sues
By Nick Bromberg | From The Marbles
Fair warning, you may have to scrap those NASCAR-themed tombstone plans depending on your body's future place of rest's regulations.
Jason Carr died in a 2009 car crash and his wife Shannon spent nearly $10,000 on a custom headstone in the shape of a couch featuring the NASCAR logo, the logo of the Indianapolis Colts and a deer and a dog. However, the couple's church said it didn't meet the specifications of its cemetery and therefore wouldn't be allowed as his grave marker.
As to the Nascar-themed tombstone, a monument to ignorance, well, that's his and her choice, I guess. If it were banned at all, it should have been banned for reasons of bad taste, not religion.
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