The book offers six biblical answers to the question: What is God doing through the coronavirus?
ICCPR states that 'Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion'
An order from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam bans in-person gatherings of more than ten people.
Father Henryk Kowalski encourages people to adapt to this unusual situation and always trust in God.
The auxiliary Bishop of Lviv referred to the current situation related to the life of the Church during the coronavirus pandemic.
In efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus, most churches in the U.S. halted their in-person worship services.
The German Catholic Church announced that a ban on in-person worship services would be lifted, with social distancing maintained.
Amid the stay-at-home orders, two organisations have launched “Immerse From Home,” a ten-day virtual Bible “book club”.
In a letter to the Prime Minister, Italian Bishops said they would "not accept freedom of religion to be compromised."