In Rome today, a former trustee of The Saint George Educational Trust is leading Romans to St. Peter’s Square to demand the public freedom of the faithful to attend the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and to receive the Sacraments of the Church.
“The drastic measures taken in the UK to tackle coronavirus have been justified because of the need to save lives.
Modelling by Imperial College London – used to inform government – suggests 500,000 could die if we do nothing.
Every year more than 500,000 people die in England and Wales: factor in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and the figure tops 600,000.
The coronavirus deaths will not be on top of this. Many would be within this “normal” number of expected deaths. In short, they would have died anyway.”
The insane and demonic Modernist reaction to coronavirus
Translation: “Good job. You’ve succeeded where we failed.”
The effects of coronavirus aren’t much different from the flu for most people, so surely the elderly and those with serious health problems could receive a home visit from a designated priest.
“But yet the Son of man, when he cometh, shall he find, think you, faith on earth?” – Gospel According to St. Luke, 18:8
Catholics who take the Faith seriously and who want to merit Heaven try to go to very frequent and regular confession to cleanse their souls.
If that is not you then remember that Holy Mother Church commands all the baptised, on pain of mortal sin, to go to confession and receive Holy Communion at Easter.