Many MN Churches to Reopen May 26th With or Without Gov't Say-So: 'Worship Cannot Be at the Back of the Line'

In the early days of the pandemic, the Catholic and Lutheran churches of Minnesota closed their doors on their own to safeguard their congregations.  But enough is enough for the Catholic bishops and the Lutheran leaders of Minnesota as they've seen Governor Tim Walz recently allow retailers to fill their establishments up to 50 percent capacity while at the same time capping church worship services at 10 people.


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