BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As Maryland looks ahead to reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland have released plans to phase back in worship safely.

Following Gov. Larry Hogan’s guidelines, Baltimore Archbishop William Lori said plans are still being finalized but the first step will be to reopen churches for private prayer, confessions and other religious ceremonies with limited attendance.

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The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland is creating a similar plan.

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  1. Steve says:

    Shame on Archbishop Lori for not standing for the RIGHT to worship. He is obligated to stand against this unlawful order, open churches with reasonable care, wear masks, every other pew, self dispensing host hopper…he made no effort to stand for us Catholics.

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