COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 13 January 2021


Covid-19 has made UK public kinder, survey finds

Canon Thomas White has launched a judicial review of the SNP led Scottish Government’s decision to close places of worship last week.

Scotland’s Catholic bishops view COVID-19 lockdown of churches as unfair

BBC report on Church of England and Muslims stopping communal worship in Norwich, while Catholics keep churches open for Mass


Covid-19 claims lives of over 200 priests in Italy since start of pandemic

Archbishop Eamon Martin and Archbishop Dónal McKeown announce cessation of public Mass for one month

Many now carrying heavy crosses due to Covid-19, Catholic Primate says


China locks down city over Covid, blaming Catholic congregation

Philippines’ Catholics show devotion to statue amid super-spreader worries due to attendance of 400,000

Covid-19: The Philippines and its lockdown baby boom

And finally, a priest brings the Blessed Sacrament to a family in Italy