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All Public Catholic Masses In Indiana Have Been Suspended

All Public Catholic Masses In Indiana Have Been SuspendedThe suspension is effective starting Wednesday, March 18 and includes all Sunday and weekday public masses.Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Catholic Church, coronavirus, COVID-192020-03-17T00:00:00-04:00
All Public Catholic Masses In Indiana Have Been Suspended

St. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Indianapolis.

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All public Catholic masses in Indiana have been suspended.

The suspension is effective starting Wednesday, March 18th and includes all Sunday and weekday public masses throughout the Province of Indianapolis, which includes the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and the Dioceses of Gary, Evansville, Fort Wayne-South Bend and Lafayette.

The Catholic bishops of Indiana made the announcement Tuesday at the recommendation of health officials amid the COVID 19 pandemic.

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