In a statement Dec. 1, Bishop Stephan Ackermann of Trier said: “I am deeply shocked by the rampage that happened almost on our doorstep.”
Archbishop Kondrusiewicz was turned back at the border Aug. 31 when he attempted to return home following a trip to Poland.
The prime minister met with a delegation of French bishops Sunday night to discuss a new gauge for the resumption of public Masses after France’s strict second lockdown.
In a statement Tuesday, Belgium’s bishops urged priests to keep churches open for private prayer for as long as possible in December and January.
Prominent tweets that used the hashtag included images of flames on priests’ heads and others that labeled priests as “pedophiles” and “thieves.”
In their letter to Pope Francis, the Argentine women, who come from three shanty towns in Buenos Aires, said that the introduction of the bill “once again puts us on the alarm about the future of our families.”
France has been under a strict lockdown since the end of October, in which all public religious gatherings, including public Masses, were originally suspended until Dec. 1.
Archbishop Miller said the archdiocese has “scrupulously observed” health mandates to help stop the pandemic.
Euthanasia is legal in the Netherlands for anyone over the age of 12, or for anyone under the age of one.