COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 11th June 2020


Cardinal Nichols insists churches should only reopen when those responsible for the church, the priest and his team, know that they can do this properly.

PM Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings in favour of extending Sunday shopping hours

The Church of England is to allow funerals to take place in its buildings from next week although “significant limitations” will be in place


How Hungary successfully weathered the pandemic, did not abuse emergency powers, and began to lift the restrictions before other democracies


Bishop of Arlington on the fundamental lessons from the 2020 Coronavirus


The help the Catholic Church is offering to migrants and refugees worldwide, amid the coronavirus pandemic

The arrest and ongoing prosecution of Christian pastors for allegedly violating the COVID-19 health measures in Chile

The seven countries with the most worrying COVID-19 outbreaks — India, Brazil, South Africa, Iran, Mexico, Russia and the USA

Finally, social distancing signs displayed throughout a Catholic church in Northern Ireland