Archdiocese of Hartford cancels masses through April 30, including Easter in light of coronavirus outbreak developments


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The Archdiocese of Hartford announced Tuesday, March 24, it would be extending its cancellations of public masses and services until April 30 in response to the rapid spread of the coronavirus.

The Archdiocese said their priests would continue to celebrate mass alone daily and asks that parishioners remember in prayer those who are struggling and sick.

The extended cancellations include Holy Week and Easter, the holiest season of the liturgical year.

Churches throughout Hartford will continue to be open to parishioners to come on their own for worship.

For more information can be found online.

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