An Ecumenical Ministry in the Parish of St Patrick's Catholic Church In San Diego USA


Monday, March 30, 2020

Rabbi Romi Cohn, born in 1929 rescued 56 families from the Nazis

The religious right's hostility to science is crippling our coronavirus response
New York Times: Trump's response to the pandemic has been haunted by the science denialism of his ultraconservative religious allies.

Christianity offers no answers about the coronavirus. It's not supposed to.
TIME: This is a stillness, not of rest, but of poised, anxious sorrow, N.T. Wright says.

Schools, libraries and gyms are shut down. Why are some churches still open?
Deseret News: More than 1 in 10 regular churchgoers say in-person services at their house of worship are still happening, according to new research.

As coronavirus keeps parishioners homebound, Christian clergy debate online Communion
Religion News Service: Is Communion appropriate for cyberspace?

Rabbi who rescued 56 families from the Nazis dies of coronavirus*
Washington Post: Rabbi Romi Cohn, born in 1929, was 10 when the Nazis invaded his native Czechoslovakia.

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