Main Street Plaza used to belong to the Church, and no longer does. It is not private property anymore, they have no input, it belongs to the city. I don’t think that it’s at all appropriate that people can rally or create protests-disturbing the peace in a beautiful and intensely spiritual part of the city-or what have you, but really, these are concepts that should have been thought of BEFORE handing property over to the city.
Perhaps, it may be worth considering that the Church is having a hard time to let go because of a stubborness to admit their mistake and having to deal with it, rather then the actual need for the property.
Which is really more of a personal issue than a constitutional one, right?
R.A.F. Lakenheath, England