Piety in the Time of Coronavirus, by Ben ReinhardMarch 23, 2020
Hospital Chaplains Prepare for “Tsunami” of COVID-19 Patients, by Matt HadroMarch 23, 2020
By C. Douglas Golden, The Western Journal, March 20, 2020
It’s difficult to say there’s some kind of silver lining to COVID-19, but you can find one if you try.
On one side, you see the usual sunbeams of humanity that occur in a crisis when peoples’ sympathetic nervous systems grind to a halt and they stop panic-buying more Charmin than they’ll ever use.
Donating blood, buying groceries for seniors, helping out small businesses — those are the kind of warm and fuzzy things that give us a little uplift as we enter another day of social isolation.
Then there are the silver linings which, to enjoy them properly, require a bit of schadenfreude. On that end, we’re pleased to report that Playboy’s print edition has officially been offed by the coronavirus.
According to CBS News, the 66-year-old magazine was going to stop publication anyway, but Playboy Enterprises CEO Ben Kohn decided to hasten the decision “as the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic to content production and the supply chain became clearer and clearer.” ….