Ahead of what the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh calls the holiest and historically most crowded days of the Christian year, Bishop David Zubik is reminding people to check with their parishes about COVID-19 procedures for attending services.
- The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is asking parishioners to check with their parish's attendance policies before making plans for Holy Week. The diocese says many churches require you to sign up in advance to avoid overcrowding. Others have overflow areas and parking lots, or may live stream the events. And a reminder, masks and social distancing are required on parish property at all times.