Guidance for Collective Worship in Catholic Churches (COVID-19)

From Saturday, 4 July, Catholic churches that are safely able to do so will be allowed to resume collective acts of worship. This guidance is designed to help parish priests comply with the government's public health and social distancing requirements.

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From Saturday, 4 July, Catholic churches in England that are safely able to do so will be allowed to resume collective acts of worship, for example the celebration of Mass, whilst complying with the UK Government’s social distancing requirements.

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These guidance notes are intended to assist Parish Priests to facilitate collective worship safely (i.e. providing the least possible risk of transmission of the virus). The guidance has been compiled with detailed public health advice and scrutiny and complies with the principles established by Government.

Government Advice

The UK Government has published its advice on the safe use of places of worship from 4 July.

gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-for-the-safe-use-of-places-of-worship-from-4-july