COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 2nd July 2020


Priest offers families the opportunity of a time of adoration and benediction in their gardens


A groom died from COVID-19 two days after his wedding in India with 80 guests testing positive out of 400 who attended


Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski says an anti-Catholic “soft despotism” is emerging in the USA from the “new Jacobins”

City attorney says Archdiocese of San Francisco is holding illegal gatherings, putting community at risk

U.S. Navy places “indoor religious services” are on a list of off-base places and gatherings that Navy members are prohibited from attending

Diocese of Tucson becomes first diocese to suspend public worship once more, following a reported “spike” in coronavirus cases in Arizona

When receiving Communion in the hand can be sinful


Church and local officials in Naga City in the Philippines have canceled a three-century-old Marian devotion to the Our Lady of Peñafrancia due to COVID-19

Finally, another meme criticising the bishops response to COVID-19