When it came to specific sacraments, 99% of bishops said confirmation had been very much or somewhat affected; 99% said that about first Communion; 92%, about the Rite of Christian Initiation of …More
When it came to specific sacraments, 99% of bishops said confirmation had been very much or somewhat affected; 99% said that about first Communion; 92%, about the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults process; and 94%, about other sacramental preparation programs.
Similar numbers of respondents said the celebration of marriages (98%), baptisms (91%) and funerals (93%) also had been at least somewhat affected.
In addition, the survey found the morale of church staff members has been very much or somewhat affected. Sixty percent of bishops said their morale had been affected. Higher numbers of respondents said the morale of lay ecclesial ministers (71%), priests (68%), chancery staff (67%) and deacons (62%) had been affected.
Meanwhile, 54% of bishops said the ability of Catholic Charities to serve people in need had been impacted as well.
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Survey of bishops reveals how pandemic has shaken diocesan, parish life

CLEVELAND (CNS) -- Nearly every bishop responding to a survey said the coronavirus pandemic has seriously affected the celebration of the sacraments …
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