An Unprecedented Easter
In cities across the world. It was a day of live-streamed Masses, of empty pews, of interrupted family rituals. Easter ceremonies went on, but they looked as they never have before, with coronavirus restrictions leading to the ban in many countries of large-scale gatherings, including at churches.
May the world see hope when it looks at God’s people. May the world see the church is not a building or steeple. May the world find Faith in Jesus’ death and resurrection. May the world find joy in a time of dejection. May 2020 be known as the year of survival. But not only that…let it start a revival!
He is Risen…Alleluia – Alleluia!
Trump Eager to ‘Reopen’ Nation
But governors will decide when to ease coronavirus lockdown. President Donald Trump is eager to reopen the nation and claims to have “absolute authority” to do so, but experts say the decision on when Americans can ditch coronavirus distancing and return to normal will ultimately be made by governors.
Trump is set to announce a new task force Tuesday that will focus solely on whether the administration should extend federal social distancing guidelines past May 1 or attempt to reopen parts of the country to blunt the economic consequences of the pandemic.
Did You Know?
24 restaurant chains that will disappear. As more fast-casual chains crop up, some of the classic chain restaurants have been facing tough times amid the stiff competition. Many are shuttering underperforming locations every year to cut their losses — and it could just be a matter of time before there are no locations left.
6 restaurants serving complete Easter dinners. Easter is here, and though it may look different this year because the coronavirus outbreak is forcing families to shelter in place, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. But maybe instead of cooking a traditional feast for a gaggle of guests, you order a platter of holiday eats and enjoy the day with those you’re quarantined with.
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