Families can navigate Easter celebrations in the era of social distancing

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Celebrations and social distancing make strange bedfellows. However, it’s possible for people to safely celebrate Easter with their loved ones. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Holidays have been celebrated differently since the outbreak of COVID-19 in late 2019. Easter was among the first major holidays to be celebrated differently in 2020, and celebrations likely won’t return to normal in 2021. Celebrations and social distancing make strange bedfellows; however, it’s possible for people to safely celebrate Easter with their loved ones. Watch virtual church service together or attend an outdoor service. Though it might not be the same as attending Mass or church in person together as a family, watching virtual service together can allow families to engage with their faith alongside one another. If the weather permits, attend an outdoor church service or use a projector and set up church outside so families can safely watch in the backyard.
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