COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 24th November 2020


Since re-opening there have been just 47 incidents of infection linked to all places of worship across the UK – equivalent to a fraction of one per cent

Michael Haigh, 60, who worked at three Blackpool Catholic academies, lost his fight for life due to COVID-19 last weekend


Public health expert has said it is “wrong, irresponsible and unChristian” of a County Cavan priest to continue to say Mass during lockdown

Vatican Cancels Public Advent and Christmas Liturgies Amid COVID Surge


Furious Californians take to the street to protest lockdowns


Coronavirus can remain infectious on surfaces for days by transforming into a microscopic pancake-like film, Indian study finds

Xi Jinping wants travellers to adopt a global QR code system to help determine their health status and travel “permissions” in a post-coronavirus travel reset

And finally, confession in France