COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 9th July 2020


Parish priest of St John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Bath, reflects on a weekend that saw Catholics in England return to Church for Mass.

Councils told young people to sleep on streets so they could be housed in emergency hotels and hostels

Parish priest of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Parish, Sunderland explains why he will not be reopening his churches for public Mass

High Court judge rules that prohibiting a Roman Catholic from receiving the sacraments may have infringed the European Convention on Human Rights


Genes that may raise the risk of dying from COVID-19 were inherited from Neanderthals


Monsignor Eric Barr’s reflection on plague consequences: The Unchurching Of Catholics And What To Do About It


Most-populous nations including the U.S., Brazil and India face challenges such as multiple outbreaks and the need for millions of tests

Online conference will explain need for Communion on the tongue

Finally, welcome to our brave new world