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Iceland’s current coronavirus measures, which have been in place since November, are scheduled to expire on Jan. 12.
According to the Becket Fund, the court's decision “effectively means that New York cannot enforce its caps against any house of worship.”
Churches in New York, California, and now Colorado have won their appeals for relief against state COVID restrictions in light of the court’s Brooklyn Diocese ruling.
The new regulation for Masses allows a total of 15 participants at liturgies, while previous measures only allowed for four.
Churches Appeal to SCOTUS for Religious-Liberty Protections, Amid Increasingly Strict COVID Restrictions
A pair of recent instructions from the U.S. Supreme Court have signaled support for the pushback by Catholic bishops and other faith groups against measures they insist are unfair and unnecessary.
Amid deeply polarized views on how society should respond to COVID-19, Catholic thinkers propose measured approaches that recognize the need for care of body and soul.
An open letter to the Belgian prime minister, written after the Nov. 29 decree and posted on the website “For the Mass,” has been signed by 10,000 people as of Dec. 7.
The San Francisco archbishop told the Register that the continuing unfair treatment of religious worship compared to some secular activities is ‘outrageous,’ as well as unconstitutional.
Catholics in Paris have begun a novena, which will end on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, to pray for an end to the coronavirus pandemic.