Bishop: Public Masses could resume on Pentecost 

Bishop: Public Masses could resume on Pentecost 

Public Masses in the diocese have been suspended since March 16 and New York has been under stay-at-home orders since March 22 as the coronavirus pandemic spread. After eight weeks of shutdown, however, regions across the state are beginning to reopen.

As state begins reopening, public Masses remain suspended

As state begins reopening, public Masses remain suspended

Some New York businesses have restarted operations after eight weeks of state-at-home orders, but Bishop Douglas J. Lucia says the diocese cannot yet resume public Masses. “We’re trying to balance the health of neighbor with people’s desire again to come together for worship,” he said.

Shelter guest quarantined after positive COVID-19 test

Shelter guest quarantined after positive COVID-19 test

Sun staff reports A guest of the Catholic Charities Men’s Shelter in Syracuse has tested positive for COVID-19, and four guests and two staff members are being quarantined and monitored for symptoms of the novel coronavirus. The Onondaga County Health Department...

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