COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 8th June 2020


Cardinal Nichols responds to government allowing churches to re-open on 15 June for private, individual prayer


Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer says churches should expect attendance to be restricted to 50 people, and “at the most” 100, for a year or two


Eamon Martin says for churches to reopen need young volunteers to assist with cleaning, giving readings and the general ministering of the Eucharist


Following challenge from Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin remove a 50-person cap on in-person religious services that did not apply to any similar secular activities

How the Diocese of Brooklyn worked to ensure that religious education would continue uninterrupted for the 46,000 children enrolled in its parish programs

Church bells call the faithful to prayer during the COVID-19 pandemic


Dubai church choir records performances from their homes to boost the morale of frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic

Finally, Bishop Egan tweets photo of Portsmouth’s cathedral’s preparations to re-open