Have a Get-Back-to-Church Story to Share? The Register Wants to Hear from You...

These last two months for those awaiting ordination and for the entire Catholic populace have been like no other in recent times.

A woman attends Mass at the Cappella Feriale of the Duomo cathedral in Milan on Monday.
A woman attends Mass at the Cappella Feriale of the Duomo cathedral in Milan on Monday. (photo: Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images)

As in many places we’re starting to “Head back to Mass,” the Register would like to hear from you.

What are you are seeing? Have you been to Mass inside the church itself? In the parking lot? Or…?

What's it like now? Do you have interesting photos to share?

 

If you would like to have your story considered for a future Register article, please send us a note at [email protected].

Pharmacist Serena Burgdorf administers a Covid-19 Moderna vaccine shot to Christine Griffin, Army Veteran, who has a spinal injury and is inpatient at the West Roxbury VA Medical Center in Boston, MA on December 23, 2020. The VA is vaccinating front line workers and at risk patients during phase one.

The Morality of the COVID-19 Vaccines

If morally unproblematic alternatives were available, one should refuse anything produced or tested using cell lines made from aborted fetuses for the sake of honoring the inherent dignity of the aborted victim. The question remains, is it always and everywhere wrong for a person, to avail themselves of this benefit if no alternatives are available?