Closing Down Church Services Because of Flu
I wonder if this is true. It is shocking, especially in view of Roman theology:
While the Cinco de Mayo battle site stood closed, Puebla's Catholic churches -- bearing the United Nations seal of approval as "Patrimony of Humanity" -- were open for private prayer or tourist gawking, but in the archbishop's concession to the swine flu scare, without Sunday or weekday masses.
No martyrs in Mexico!
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