Religion News Service: For black Christians, the solemnity of these days and the impetus to celebrate Jesus' resurrection is threatening to be overshadowed by more intimate and immediate deaths of friends and family as a result of the coronavirus.
New York Times: They are used to serving as vessels for others' grief and fear, but the outbreak has changed how they practice their work, and how they feel.
USA Today: As hymns sang out Easter Sunday from a large outdoor speaker overlooking the Maryville Baptist Church parking lot, two Kentucky State troopers placed quarantine notices on parishioners' cars and wrote down their license numbers.
The Guardian: We are slowly waking up to the reality that we will thrive only when authentic concern for people drives every aspect of society.
Washington Post: Many pastors admit they haven't made end-of-life care decisions or planned for their funerals.