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May 07, 2021
“It is paramount,” the Council say explains, “that we do not lower our guard in adhering strictly to the wearing of masks at all times in the worship service; the washing of hands with soap or sanitization before and after the service; sanitizing of all microphones and shared material; regular sanitizing of the places of worship; adequate social distancing in the places of worship.”
March 11, 2021
Bishops have urged the Irish government to ease restrictions on public worship as the country’s severest restrictions plan to be eased.
January 22, 2021
Approval for the texts is still ongoing, and expected to be completed by the CBCEW in the Autumn of this year before going to the Vatican for review and confirmatio. The earliest date for publication of the new Lectionary, the use of which will be mandatory in England and Wales, is 2022.
January 13, 2021
Canon Thomas White of St Alphonsus Church, Glasgow, has started a crowdfunding campaign to take Nicola Sturgeon's government to court over its decision to close places of worship
December 07, 2020
An open letter written to the Belgian prime minister after the Nov. 29 decree has received some 10,000 signatures as of Dec. 7.
December 01, 2020
The precedent set by recent church service bans has already begun to signal its totalitarian potential.
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