Son of jailed Canadian pastor faces potential fines, prison for preaching outside kids’ drag queen story time

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The son of a Canadian pastor faces potential fines and jail time for allegedly violating a new municipal bylaw in Calgary, Alberta, when he preached and read the Bible outside a drag queen story time for children at a public library on Saturday.

Nathaniel Pawlowski, son of Cave of Adullam congregation pastor the Rev. Artur Pawlowski, was detained for preaching and reading the Bible outside Calgary Public Library – allegedly in violation of a new municipal bylaw that bans protests within 100 meters of a library.

“We went there just to preach, read the Bible and just speak,” Nathaniel Pawlowski, 23, told Fox News Digital about the incident, which was captured on video.

Pawlowski said he and friend Deklan Friesen were speaking to a gathering outside the library when police detained them, moving them away from the crowd and issuing them tickets. The reason cited …

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