Cubao prelate leaves decision to open parishes to priests

Cubao prelate leaves decision to open parishes to priests

4/12/2021 8:00:00 PM

Cubao prelate leaves decision to open parishes to priests

Although religious gatherings have already been allowed with a limited number of people, Cubao Bishop Honesto Ongtioco said it was up to priests in his diocese to decide whether or not to open the parish.

“The bishop of Cubao, Most Rev. Honesto Ongtioco, D.D. has left it to the discretion of the parish priests of Cubao whether to already open their parish church in compliance with the directive of the local government or to postpone the opening of the church for face to face worship,” it further read.

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The Diocese of Cubao said utmost consideration on the situation of the spread of infection and its mitigation in the barangays where the parish is located need to be given careful thought.For those who decide to open their parishes, the diocese said, the usual minimum health protocols must be observed, as well as the 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew for mass goers and volunteers. 

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