We have place of mass pilgrimages in Latvia. It is Aglona and every year on August 15 huge number of pilgrims gather there. The problem is: who should pay for maintaining cleanliness and order, and medics constantly awailable to provide emergency care? In our case all expenses are covered by the State. And this leads to the outburst of emotions every year, starting from: "Waisting money on those f... pedophiles!" and "We also pay taxes, you, godless gays (some christians think that all atheists are male and gay!" The more sensible (that is what I think) remind that, since there are rules imposing which things organiser of some mass activity should provide and State does not cover such expenses, except if the organiser is Catholic church, the Statesmen should read our Constitution once more....