Skip to main content

Italians sip cappuccinos six-feet apart, receive communion from gloved priests as lockdown subsides


Italians sip cappuccinos six-feet apart, receive communion from gloved priests as lockdown subsides



Italians could attend Mass in-person and enjoy meals and drinks at newly reopened bars and restaurants for the first time in two months Monday as the country continued to come out of its once grueling lockdown put in place to limit the effect of the coronavirus in what was once the epicenter of the outbreak in Europe. 

via FOX NEWS Italians sip cappuccinos six-feet apart, receive communion from gloved priests as lockdown subsides

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

FOX NEWS: Chicago mayor tells Trump 'F-U' after tweet about Minneapolis looting

Chicago mayor tells Trump 'F-U' after tweet about Minneapolis looting Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot blasted President Trump and invoked an expletive Friday in response to his tweet after three days of protests in Minneapolis, Minn., when he called the protesters "THUGS" and tweeted that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." via FOX NEWS Chicago mayor tells Trump 'F-U' after tweet about Minneapolis looting

FOX NEWS: President Trump expected to sign additional executive order on immigration

President Trump expected to sign additional executive order on immigration Trump signed an executive order in April suspending some forms of immigration, citing 'the impact of foreign workers on the United States labor market'; reaction from Fox News contributor Tom Homan, former acting ICE director. via FOX NEWS President Trump expected to sign additional executive order on immigration

FOX NEWS: Leo Terrell: The Democratic Party left me

Leo Terrell: The Democratic Party left me Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell explains to Sean Hannity why he'll be voting for President Trump in November. via FOX NEWS Leo Terrell: The Democratic Party left me