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


Nearly a fifth of British adults likely experienced some form of depression during the coronavirus pandemic


Australian scientists predict human-to-human transmission of the virus will become more widespread in winter


Archbishop John C. Wester of Santa Fe. warns priests that if their homilies are longer than five minutes he will suspend their faculty to preach

As California faces another wave of lockdowns and restrictions, Archbishop Cordileone is making the sacraments available to the faithful any way he can

A study of a COVID—19 outbreak on a Seattle fishing boat involving more than 100 sailors has all but proven that antibodies provide protection against re-infection

God has not called us to be cowards’: Another pastor stands against church closures


South Korea closes churches again after spike in new cases

And finally, here’s the letter informing priests they’ll have their faculty to preach suspended if their sermons are over five minutes