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


NHS hospital data reveals young women between 20 and 40 are bearing the brunt of the UK’s second wave

English clergy wonder whether some will be forced to ‘go underground’ in response to bishops unquestioning compliance with COVID-19 restrictions

More than 10,000 people have unexpectedly died in their own home since mid-June amid fears Britons are still avoiding NHS for help


Quebec announces that it is lowering the indoor worship limit from 250 people to 50, with some areas having it lowered to 25 people


Baptist church in Washington, D.C., is suing Democratic Mayor for her ongoing ban on religious gatherings of more than 100 people

US archbishop publicly rebukes priest for his controversial homily on COVID-19


Two Franciscans die from COVID-19 in Syria as sanctions stop testing and medical imports

Finally, Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer ‘wears’ mask to raise COVID-19 awareness