Scotland’s Catholic Bishops denounced a recently implemented national lockdown that prevents worship gatherings from taking place.
In a statement released Tuesday, the bishops took issue with the Scottish government’s restrictions on in-person worship, scheduled to take effect on Friday and last until Feb. 1.
The bishops argued that public health measures enacted back in March “to ensure public safety in our churches have been effective.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski