Places of worship try to keep the faith during the COVID-19 pandemic
As people in the United States and around the world struggle to make sense of the novel coronavirus pandemic, some are confronting not only physical health concerns, but also spiritual health. How do you best live a life of faith in a time of social distancing?
With weeks to go before the world’s major religions celebrate some of their biggest holidays of the year, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested on Sunday night that groups of 50 people or more should be avoided for the next two months. The next day, President Donald Trump tightened those recommendations, urging Americans to refrain from holding gatherings of more than 10 people.