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COVID exception lifted: Houma-Thibodaux bishop reinstates obligation to attend Sunday Mass

Houma-Thibodaux’s Catholic bishop said he is restoring the obligation to attend in-person Mass on Sundays and other holy days. Due to rising COVID-19 cases at the beginning of the pandemic, Bishop Shelton Fabre suspended public Masses in March 2020. Church services were conducted online for about two months before restrictions eased. Though public Masses returned with limited capacity, the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remained in effect until the bishop’s announcement Saturday.
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Houma-Thibodaux bishop reinstates obligation to attend Sunday Mass

Houma-Thibodaux’s Catholic bishop said he is restoring the obligation to attend in-person Mass on Sundays and other holy days. The return to public Mass will begin the weekend of Aug. 14 and 15. Due to rising COVID-19 cases at the beginning of the pandemic, Bishop Shelton Fabre suspended public Masses...
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