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By Paul Murano, Church Militant, March 31, 2020

Catholics doing whatever they can

DETROIT ( – Owing to the Wuhan virus outbreak, Catholics are being kept from the Eucharist, sacramentally present in the tabernacles and at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. But, some are finding creative ways to remain faithful to Christ in what many describe as a time of desert wandering.

Murray Tarter, for example, a Catholic layman active in the Resistance movement in Georgia, contacted Church Militant this week to tell his story. 

“Our Church here in Blairsville, Georgia, St. Francis of Assisi, is between priests but we have three dedicated deacons,” Tarter wrote. “Up until a couple weeks ago, we had Communion services followed by adoration Monday through Friday. On Sundays we had visiting priests say Mass and sometimes confession.” 

But then came COVID-19. “All that has changed and we are down to daily and Sunday adoration and confession every once in a while,” he lamented.  ….

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