- Mar 1, 2021
When music teacher Lynn Kingsbury at St. Damian School in the Chicago suburb of Oak Forest learned that her students wouldn’t be allowed to sing in class because of COVID-19 restrictions, she made a dream of hers into reality — teaching the students how to sing in American Sign Language.
This year, Christmas arrives in the midst of a pandemic that essentially shut down church choirs in mid-March.
A prominent German virologist, Alexander Kekule, is urging a ban on singing in church at Christmas to prevent the release of coronavirus-carrying aerosols.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes to the St. James Catholic Church in the heart of Louisville’s Highlands neighborhood.
From priests donning face masks and gloves while distributing Communion to exchanging nods with socially distant parishioners during the sign of peace, the coronavirus pandemic has changed how Catholics celebrate the liturgy.
Notre Dame Preparatory High School’s choir and alumni are bringing the world a little closer together, even when it remains far apart.