Portugal Priest Rides in Convertible to Bring Easter to Locked In Locals

by STL.Newspublished on April 13, 2020

CORONAVIRUS A Portuguese priest brought the Easter message to locked in locals riding in a convertible car, Sunday, March 12. ————————— READ MORE: Christians around the world are celebrating Easter Sunday, but their observances are different this year because of COVID-19. Instead of going to church, many are participating in virtual observances of one of Christianity’s holiest of days as much of the world has been ordered to stay home to curb the tide of the virus. Pope Francis livestreamed his Mass from the Vatican. Some defiant U.S. ministers, however, have said they are inviting worshippers to come to their churches, even though their cities have a shelter in place order and have banned large gatherings. The U.S. is leading the world in cases and deaths due to the virus. The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center reports the U.S. has more than half a million cases and more than 20,000 deaths.

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