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Diocese of Sacramento suspends mass

The mass said weddings and funerals may be provided but should be limited to immediate family.

Posted: Mar 18, 2020 1:38 PM
Updated: Mar 18, 2020 7:22 PM

SACRAMENTO - The Diocese of Sacramento has suspended Sunday and weekday masses until further notice as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to grow across the country.

"This decree is especially intended to benefit those members of the Faithful who are sixty years of age and older as well as those with vulnerable health conditions," said the church.

Parish churches will maintain their regular hours, especially on Sundays and priests are to privately offer Sunday Mass and are encouraged to offer daily mass.

The mass said weddings and funerals may be provided but should be limited to immediate family.

Read more HERE.

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