COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 1st August 2020


Criticism of the English bishops insistence that the faithful accept COVID-19 vaccines using cells from babies killed through abortion for ‘the greater good’

A legal analysis of the BMA COVID-19 ethical guidance

British scientists have determined that there are six different “types” of COVID-19 distinguished by specific clusters of symptoms

A politically correct refusal to face facts that minority ethnic communities’ genetics and lifestyle make them more vulnerable is a betrayal


Francis supports governments’ closure of churches in response to COVID-19


3 Lessons From How Schools Responded to the 1918 Pandemic Worth Heeding Today

Will Catholics Return to Mass After COVID? The Surprising Data From a Parish Priest


COVID-19 pandemic threatens ‘fragile’ peace of Central African Republic

Finally, Austen Ivereigh posts that priests who give communion on the tongue should be isolated from their parish