Coronavirus has shut down most places of worship. Now what?

From Julian Cardillo at

Americans of faith are adjusting to the new reality of not being able to gather in worship because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Most chapels, synagogues, churches, mosques and other sacred spaces have temporarily shuttered to prevent the disease’s spread, disrupting communal worship. In response, nationwide are taking new, unprecedented steps to worship together.

Brandeis sociology professor Wendy Cadge, founder of the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab and an expert on religious life and the chaplaincy, discussed the coronavirus’ impact on religion in America.

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