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Will the government arrest priests who celebrate Mass on military bases during the shutdown?

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The government shutdown means military chaplains won't get paid, according to John Schlageter, the general counsel of the Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, U.S.A. But what if a priest wants to celebrate Mass for free? He faces arrest, Schlageter writes: With the government shutdown, GS and contract priests who minister to Catholics on military bases worldwide are not permitted to...

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