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The Rama in Yoreh Deah 149:2 (as pointed out by Gershon Gold) discusses cutting through a courtyard of a house of worship. He writes that when they get together to worship it is always forbidden to pass through the courtyard to get to another place. However,if it is not during a time of gathering (worship ) then one can pass through to get to another place. ...
Torah Tavlin - January 17, 2015 Drush V'Chiddush column - quoting Rabbi David Feinstein Shlita says it is forbidden to park in a church parking lot. The reason is since a Jew would have to duck down to enter their car, it would give an impression that they are bowing to the crucifix.
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