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Philippine authorities to allow more people to attend Mass starting July...

More activities and industries will be allowed to resume under the more relaxed “general community quarantine” starting July 10

Davao still bans Sunday Masses despite eased quarantine measures

From Monday to Saturday, public Masses in all parishes are allowed with a limit of 50 percent of the venue’s capacity.

Wearing of masks shows charity and compassion, says Dumaguete bishop

The Diocese of Dumaguete is set to resume the public celebration of religious services this week after quaratine restrictions were eased

Tarlac diocese resumes public celebrations of Holy Mass

Parish priests are reminded to follow quarantine protocols that allow only 50 percent of the seating capacity of churches or chapels

Tagbilaran bishop tells priests to shorten celebration of Mass during pandemic

The local government of Bohol has agreed to allow the public celebration of Masses but limited to only 25 percent of the venue’s capacity

Prelate assures Church compliance with gov’t quarantine directives

Based on government guidelines, mass gatherings in areas placed under the “enhanced community quarantine” are still strictly prohibited

Capiz archdiocese resumes public celebrations of Holy Mass

In a statement, the archdiocese urged the faithful to continue observing physical distancing during the celebrations

Manila’s Quiapo church reopens

Only up to 50 devotees are allowed inside the church to pray for five minutes

Gov’t allows 50 percent church attendance in MGCQ areas

The 10-people limit on attendance in religious gatherings in GCQ areas like Metro Manila will still be implemented

Legazpi bishop urges priests to celebrate Masses in villages

Masses can be done in covered courts or other places that can facilitate physical distancing at the same time accommodate more people

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