Airports are unlikely to follow Orlando’s lead in banning religious services at interfaith chapels

Written by on June 3, 2019

They’re not as ubiquitous as cocktail bars and souvenir shops, but chapels and interfaith prayer spaces, many with full or part-time chaplains, are among the amenities offered by more than three dozen airports around the country. Some prayer rooms occupy what has, over time, become prime real estate in pre- or post-security areas of airport terminals. CNBC

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