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


UK Government has lumped churches with pubs, cinemas, and hairdressers as premises that must stay closed at least until 4 July.


Already struggling with low attendance and a lack of revenue, the Church in Quebec faces an even more uncertain future due to COVID-19


French poor and excluded say faith has helped them endure COVID-19 and lockdown

Portuguese army deploys 3,500 troops to stop the faithful getting to the Shrine at Fatima for the 13th May feast day

Overview of the situation facing the Church in various European countries due to COVID-19 restrictions


Archbishop Lucas, acting bishop of Lincoln, has left the decision to reopen up to each individual parish

Bishop Stika of Knoxville says he’ll ban the faithful from their parish churches if they insist on receiving communion on the tongue