Manila Cathedral will be reopening its doors to the public on Wednesday, September 16. The Cathedral has been closed for six months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to an announcement last Monday, the Cathedral will be resuming Eucharistic celebrations. The Manila Cathedral said that only 80 persons can be accommodated inside the Cathedral for each Mass. Accommodations will also be one on a first-come, first-served basis.
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“During Sundays, the faithful can also stay in Plaza Roma, where communion will also be distributed,” the post added. People who wish to attend Mass inside the Cathedral will be required to wear face masks and face shields.
With this, Manila Cathedral said all Masses will still be live-streamed online through their Facebook page and YouTube channel.
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