America VideoJuly 23, 2020
Should I go back to Mass? | Behind the Story

Churches are beginning to reopen. Should you go back to Mass? Four of America's editors who recently attended Mass at their local parishes discuss the discernment process and safety measures around this question facing Catholics during the Covid-19 pandemic. They also reflect on how the pandemic has impacted our understanding of the parish as a community.

The conversation is based on a recent article published at America: " Should you go to Mass in a pandemic? 5 rules for discerning a hard question." Read it here.

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