Kevin Trimmer / Getty ImagesThe above stock photo shows caution tape blocks off church pews in regulation with social distancing guidelines due to Coronavirus. (Kevin Trimmer / Getty Images)
By Jack Davis
Published November 15, 2020 at 11:01am
Good news for strip clubs does not normally lead to a ray of hope for churches.
But in the era of COVID-19, a court ruling over the right to bump and grind has some created some hope that the right to kneel and pray in church can be revived in California.
California’s churches have been largely shuttered for months by emergency orders issued by the state, even as restraints have been relaxed on other types of gatherings.
Paul Jonna, special counsel for the Thomas More Society, said there might be some hope for churches because of a San Diego Superior Court ruling on behalf of two strip clubs, according