COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 6th May 2020


A third of respondents aged 18-34 said they had “watched or listened to a religious service since lockdown”, compared with 19 % of respondents over the age of 55.

Government minister says its not yet time to lift the suspension of religious services

Cardinal Nichols participates in a streamed Ramadan At Home service with Justin Welby, and the Chief Rabbi


Monks of Norcia say monastic life has lessons for those coping with the COVID-19 lockdown


Catholic historian John Rao says COVID-19 reaction Is a ‘horrifying illustration’ of the ‘diabolical disorientation’ accompanying ravages of modernity

Indiana places of worship will be allowed to hold services without an attendance cap as early as this Friday as a “control group” to see what happens with COVID-19

Diocese of Phoenix plans jobs cuts, reduced priest pay and discontinued the print production of its newspaper due to COVID-19 financial fallout

Finally, more German precautions during the administration of Holy Communion