Cardinal Vincent Nichols questions why churches have not been allowed to open for private prayer, especially when car showrooms and outdoor markets can open on Monday 1 June and non-essential shops from 15 June.
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In his Pentecost Sunday homily, Cardinal Vincent Nichols questions why churches have not been allowed to open for private prayer, especially when car showrooms and outdoor markets can open on Monday 1 June and non-essential shops from 15 June. He specifically asks why churches have been “excluded from this decision?”. Read the full story.
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Bishop Terence Drainey, Bishop of Middlesbrough, celebrated a special Mass for front line NHS workers and social care staff on 28 May, to offer prayer and thanksgiving for their dedicated service in combating COVID-19.