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05/11/2006 02:42 AM ID: 54281 Permalink   

Irish Catholic Priests Endanger Airline Flights with Mass Broadcasts


Irish Catholic priests have been transmitting Mass on illegal radio stations so that their housebound parishioners can participate. The transatlantic airline flights that pass overhead have been getting interference.

Irish communications regulator ComReg has cracked down on three Catholic churches in central Ireland to warn them that their unlicensed transmissions might be creating problems for the airliners.

"I knew it was sort of a gray area but I didn't know we were breaking the law," said Father Brendan Quinlan. The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) said that pilots have complained for more than a year of hearing static on their radios.

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if they're going down at least there'll be a priest on the line to give them their last rights.
  by: manilaryce     05/11/2006 02:59 AM     
That is one strange event, wonder why?
  by: captainJane     05/11/2006 03:28 AM     
  God will sort it out  
I'm sure God will sort the problem out?
  by: kanda   05/12/2006 12:28 AM     
  Pirate Priest Radio  
Heeh didnt know they had it in em
  by: MmmMan     05/12/2006 10:10 PM     
  In the US they would  
have busted them like those kids the laser pointers
  by: MmmMan     05/12/2006 10:11 PM     
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