Sunday, March 8, 2009

Is there a special parking law for Catholics?

If I drive my car up our town and park leaving half the car on the footpath/sidewalk there's a very good chance that the Traffic Warden will stick a ticket on my windscreen. But, people attending 'services' at the local Catholic Church can park willy nilly to the point where the road is almost blocked.
I just wonder if there's favouritism here for those who believe in god. Is it not part of their religion that they 'love' their neighbour and, if so, is it a case that you can drop that 'love' when praying?
Consideration for others seems to be a concept that doesn't function when praying.