The ownership dispute over Prague’s Gothic cathedral – considered by many Czechs to be a national rather than a religious monument – has done little for shaky church-state relations. It has also highlighted a lingering hostility toward the Catholic Church by JAN CLEAVE IF LOCATION WERE THE DECISIVE FACTOR, THE issue of who owns St. […]

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