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30-04-2020, 03:58   #16
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Do you think we will be able to attend Mass anytime soon?
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02-05-2020, 23:38   #17
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Supposedly within a fortnight, perhaps, but one German bishop banned anything but Liturgy of the Word services, for reasons.
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Supposedly within a fortnight, perhaps, but one German bishop banned anything but Liturgy of the Word services, for reasons.
Opening places of worship is in phase 4 of the roadmap in July, and depends on adherence to social distancing in the building.
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St Marks in Tallaght are doing confessions outside in the carpark where people are at a safe distance.
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Thank you all - I am new here and will read through this for some ideas for more online services.

I hope everybody is doing well and staying healthy. Hope this is over soon. I am in upstate NY. JUST starting to open up a little.
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St Marks in Tallaght are doing confessions outside in the carpark where people are at a safe distance.
St Kevin's church, Harrington St., has confessions in the porch on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Somewhat related, the former Greenery on the end of Synge St does takeway food and coffee, and is quicker than Almas' which is nearby, which the Irish Times wowed over, yet despite Argentine ownership, doesn't have Maté.

https://www.latinmass.live/ has a listing of live and recorded traditional Masses and also Ordinary Form Masses in Latin. Masses from Brazil, France, the US, Ireland (Silverstream, Co. Meath and ICRSS, Limerick).

Youtube is handy as sharing from a phone to the TV doesn't always work, and Youtube is oftentimes available on modern TVs.
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