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Diocesan Protocols for Covid 19 Now Mirror Those of the State of New York


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In an email communication replacing all previous statements of diocesan protocols and policies regarding reopening of churches in the diocese, Bishop Dietsche wrote May 27 to state that he would no longer impose Covid-related restrictions on churches beyond those already imposed by the State of New York, and that he is “counting on clergy and parish leaders to use your best judgment in making decisions regarding in-person worship in your churches.”

Full text of Bishop Dietsche’s letter: https://episnyd.io/may27.