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Jamaica Church prepares for public Masses

JAMAICA

Although the Jamaica Government allowed public religious services to resume last weekend (May 16/17), Catholic Church leaders there decided to delay for one week the reopening of its churches so as to properly prepare for welcoming an increased number of its faithful for worship.

A statement titled ‘Guidelines for restarting public worship’ was issued by the Archdiocese of Kingston Chancery Office May 13. It was signed by Archbishop Kenneth Richards of Kingston, Bishop Burchell McPherson of Montego Bay and Archbishop Emeritus Charles Dufour of Kingston, the Apostolic Administrator for Mandeville.

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