‘The country has been too complacent and relaxed for too long,’ Archbishop Prakash Mallavarapu told the Register.
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We need to emerge from the challenges of the last year with a new set of goals to live as stewards of the Great Commission.
Police officers had interrupted the Good Friday liturgy at Christ the King parish April 2, ordering worshippers to leave or face a fine or possible arrest. Officers addressed the congregation April 11.
According to critics, such provisions amount to forced vaccinations that will violate privacy and civil liberties and undermine trust in public-health authorities.
The Sunday Mass obligation will be restored for Catholics in the state next month.
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