Church Fundraiser Turns Into Pie Fight At St. Cecillia's Catholic Church in Rochester, Pa., members were stunned when a state food safety inspector told them that they couldn't sell homemade pies during events anymore — because they were breaking the law.
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Church Fundraiser Turns Into Pie Fight

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Church Fundraiser Turns Into Pie Fight

Church Fundraiser Turns Into Pie Fight

Church Fundraiser Turns Into Pie Fight

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At St. Cecillia's Catholic Church in Rochester, Pa., members were stunned when a state food safety inspector told them that they couldn't sell homemade pies during events anymore — because they were breaking the law.

Guest host Linda Wertheimer speaks to Louise Humbert, a St. Cecilia's parishioner and pie baker, about the decision and the reaction from church members.