New York Times: Canceled religious services are another symbol of a lost chance to be still, to breathe and to gather together.
CNN: Last year, the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, said five of its most valuable artifacts -- once thought to be part of the historic Dead Sea Scrolls -- were fake. Now the museum is facing a harder truth: All of its 16 expensive fragments are forgeries.
Associated Press: Hispanic Americans are strikingly underrepresented in Catholic schools and in the priesthood -- accounting for less than 19% of Catholic school enrollment and only about 3% of U.S.-based priests.
NPR: Barbara C. Harris, the first woman to be ordained a bishop in the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion, died Friday in Massachusetts. She was 89.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Now is the time for our political, community and emergency service leaders to maintain or even deepen relations with communities of faith and faith-based service organizations as a key part of their preparation and response planning.
Religion News Service: As university campuses around the country shut down and move classes online in efforts to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, chaplains and faith-based campus groups are stepping in to ease the transition.
HuffPost: In a step described as unprecedented in modern times, the Vatican said Sunday that all of Pope Francis' Holy Week events would not involve public participation.
United Methodist News Service: With the coronavirus pandemic threatening lives around the globe, bishops are asking for a postponement of the General Conference.
Bloomberg: The struggle to contain infections linked to a religious gathering has led Malaysia to resort to sweeping restrictions on people's movement, underscoring the challenge of upholding religious rights in fighting a pandemic.
Vox: Staying home will stem the coronavirus outbreak, but what if you're healthy -- and bored? Is it ethical to go to the gym, get your hair done, or order delivery?