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Church will likely look different in post-pandemic era - Arkansas Catholic - March 29, 2021

Researchers suggest attendance could drop by 50 percent from 2010 to 2023 Published: March 29, 2021 CNS / Chaz Muth …
Roberto 55
only Novus Ordo...
Ultraviolet
Notice how now the "pandemic" is now treated like a permanent situation.
Scapular
Don’t blame the pandemic the blame sits with the Pope and Bishops
George Obregon
I love your cogent language. Bravo.
Louis IX
Attendance is growing like mad in places where the Gospel is preached without compromise and the Mass is celebrated with reverence, even with the Doom restrictions.
Ave Crux
In fact, SSPX continued to offer Mass and the Sacraments during the lockdowns in accord with local laws (in CT and FL, for example, the Governors treated religious worship as "essential", even when the Bishops unlawfully forbade it). SSPX chapels are also among the ones who led the way for us by bringing successful lawsuits against the civil authorities.
As a result, in line with your point, many …More
In fact, SSPX continued to offer Mass and the Sacraments during the lockdowns in accord with local laws (in CT and FL, for example, the Governors treated religious worship as "essential", even when the Bishops unlawfully forbade it). SSPX chapels are also among the ones who led the way for us by bringing successful lawsuits against the civil authorities.

As a result, in line with your point, many SSPX congregations are doubling in size....the sheep know who the good shepherds are.

The same is true of a few good, conservative Novus Ordo parishes I know of. They continued to offer private access to the Sacraments during the lockdowns and now they are seeing many new parishioners.

Absolutely no one became ill, and their souls were nourished.