Churches, Chaplains, Nuns Have Unexpected Role in COVID-19 Crisis
This article discusses the role of the Catholic Church, priests, and nuns in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The article centers around the role of priests and nuns working in hospitals, along with churches aiding mortuaries in holding bodies waiting cremation. The article features the Church of All Saints in Bergamo, Sister Anna Maria Marconi of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Most Holy Child Mary, Father Giovanni Musazzi, chaplain at Milan's Sacco hospital and the director of the bishops' office for pastoral care Father Massimo Angelelli.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Glatz, Carol and America The Jesuit Review, "Churches, Chaplains, Nuns Have Unexpected Role in COVID-19 Crisis" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Religious Community and Life. 45.