Christianity Today: This coming weekend may represent the fewest people engaging in corporate worship in the last two millennia.
National Catholic Reporter: A Franciscan friar who was on his way to join a new religious community in New York became Washington's first COVID-19 fatality March 20 and the first known U.S. Catholic cleric to die after contracting the coronavirus.
Religion News Service: The Calvert Drive-In Theatre has hosted two weddings and a number of concerts, but it hadn't hosted a church service until Sunday.
The New Yorker: In Nauvoo, Illinois, Smith established a theocracy, ran for President, and tested the limits of religious freedom.
New York Times: As scientists and politicians struggle for a response to the coronavirus, many people are turning to faith. But some practices raise public health concerns.