Vox: In response to the coronavirus, churches are playing catch-up to get themselves online. Some platforms are eager to help.
Religion News Service: How do you conduct a funeral in the midst of a global pandemic, when a healing hug is now seen as a potential death sentence?
The New York Times: We couldn't have guests, but the bar mitzvah ceremony would go on.
HuffPost: The church squirreled away thousands of respirator masks 14 years ago.
Sojourners: Donald Trump thought he was offering a gift. In defiance of immunologists, scientists, and health experts, the president is pushing for an Easter re-opening of our social world, including communal Christian worship.