New York Times: The Manhattan church, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, will be able to care for at least 200 patients during the coronavirus outbreak.
CNN: Cardinal George Pell has been freed from prison after Australia's High Court unanimously overturned his conviction on five counts of historical child sex abuse.
Religion News Service: National Christian groups are urging larger and more stable churches to financially help small churches that could potentially close in their communities due to a steep decline in offerings in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Washington Post: Americans have been told to brace themselves for difficult days ahead. The numbers are uncertain, but mass death is at our doorstep.
The New Yorker: The life and legacy of the Catholic writer and activist, whom some hope will be made a saint.
Religion News Service: As the COVID-19 pandemic grips the world at an exponential rate, many health care professionals are admitting that they are scared.
New York Times: Jewish families on Wednesday will again recount the 10 plagues from the Book of Exodus. Only this year will be a little different.
HuffPost: Sikhs in New York, California and Washington state are cooking up large batches of food and buying groceries for families in need.
Crux: Religious nonprofits, including schools, parishes and some dioceses, are eligible for assistance under regulations developed to implement portions of the massive $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act.
The Guardian: Witness J says he is glad the legal process is over, but the saga does not define him.
The Guardian: Pope Francis decries 'unjust sentences' after cardinal George Pell acquitted