The statement from the French bishops Nov. 7 announced that the judge's dismissal of their appeal was “based solely on health grounds.”
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COMMENTARY: With a greater understanding of the law and by exercising some prudence, parochial schools can protect themselves and open safely this fall.
A July 13 letter from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to local parishes called the development “discouraging.”
Catholic churches in England were permitted to reopen for individual, private prayer June 15 and public Masses resumed July 4, with stringent safety measures to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus.
Hasty lockdown to ward off coronavirus spread was ‘like death sentence’ for the poor, says Indian bishop.
After the bishops expressed frustration over the ‘arbitrary’ exclusion of religious ceremonies from a new timetable for relaxing the nation’s lockdown rules, it now appears restricted public liturgies will resume soon.
St. Peter’s Basilica and square, the Vatican Museums, and several other public offices in the Vatican City State have been closed for more than six weeks.