Lancaster Nuns Sue FERC to Stop Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline

A group of Catholic nuns who prefer to worship Mother Nature rather than Jesus Christ (the Person they pledged to serve) is suing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for approving the $3 billion, 198-mile Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline project–because it will run through their cornfield. Perhaps the sisters consider themselves Sisters of the Corn? We previously told you about this small group of nuns–who use the same natural gas that will flow through Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline to heat their own property (see Catholic Nuns Use Radicals to Build Chapel in Path of PA Pipeline). The nuns, with the help of radical Big Green groups, plopped a couple of wooden park benches and portable flower trestle in the middle of the same corn field–clearing some of those precious stalks of corn–declaring the spot a “chapel.” What a joke. What if you want to temporarily clear some corn to dig a trench and bury a pipeline? No no no–now THAT crosses the line for the Sisters of the Corn…

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