Arizona Republic:  “The arguing over the silencing of church bells grew louder in two Phoenix courtrooms on Monday.  The legal conflict centers on a church in north Phoenix.  In 2008, it started to ring its bells 13 times a day, seven days a week, to the annoyance of its neighbors.  In May 2009 Phoenix Municipal Court Judge Lori Metcalf told the church, Cathedral of Christ the King, to pipe down.  The bells could ring, she said, but only once a week on Sunday morning.  She also found the church’s leader, Bishop Rick Painter, guilty on two counts of disturbing the peace.”