Law and Religion Headlines


Thursday, 2 April 2020

Tackling the Fears of Corona (second installment): Invitation to an International Interfaith Online Meeting
(The Elijah Faith Institute)

Wednesday, 1 April 2020

Global Interfaith Moment of Hope & Solidarity: Join us on April 1
(Religions for Peace)

Coronavirus WorldOMeter
(updating demographics for COVID-19 worldwide)

Religion, Law and COVID-19 Emergency
(Diritto e Religione nelle Società Multiculturali Derecho y Religión en las Sociedades Multiculturales/ Droit et Religion dans les sociétés multiculturelles/Recht und Religion in Multikulturellen Gesellschaften)

Religion, Law and COVID-19 Emergency
(Law and Religion in Multicultural Societies/多元文化社会中的法律与宗教/ القانون والدين في المجتمعات متعددة الثقافات)

Headlines about COVID-19
(International Center for Law and Religion Studies, ICLRS Headlines)

Headlines about COVID-19
(International Center for Law and Religion Studies, ICLRS Headlines)

Headlines about COVID-19
(International Center for Law and Religion Studies, ICLRS Healines)

Religion, Law and COVID-19 Emergency
(Law and Religion in Multicultural Societies)

Faith and COVID-19: Resource Repository
(Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs, Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities, World Faiths Development Dialogue)

United Nations information website: Coronavirus global health emergency
(United Nations)

Resources for Faith Communities Responding to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
(Religions for Peace)

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

How should we respond to our shared crisis?
(Faisal Bin Muaammar, Secretary General, KAICIID, KAIICID Dialogue Centre)

Monday, 30 March 2020

Church building maintenance during lockdown
(David Pocklington, Law & Religion UK)

Faculty petitions under the coronavirus restrictions
(David Pocklington, Law & Religion UK)

Love, obligation, and possibilities in the time of COVID-19
(Stephanie Friedman, Sightings: The Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago Divinity School)

Measuring the Apocalypse: Where we will and won't find meaning in this global pandemic
(Evan F. Kuehen, Sightings: The Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago Divinity School)

Pan-nemesis: COVID-19 and beyond
(William Schweiker, Sightings: The Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago Divinity School)

Measuring the Apocalypse: Where we will and won't find meaning in this global pandemic
(Evan F. Kuehn, Sightings: The Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago Divinity School)

Love, obligation, and possibilities in the time of Covid-19
(Stephanie Friedman, Sightings: The Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago Divinity School)

D.C.’s patient zero: A priest’s journey from ICU to reuniting with family and flock
(Fenit Nirappil, The Washington Post)

What early Christian communities tell us about giving financial aid at a time of crises
(Cavan W. Concannon, The Conversation)

With drop in offerings, evangelical churches brace for coronavirus impact
(Meagan Clark and Liza Vandenboom, Religion Unplugged)

Technology is reshaping Jewish life during a pandemic
(Dave Schechter, Religion Unplugged)

Killing grandma and other religion questions during the Covid-19 crisis
(Bobby Ross Jr., Religion Unplugged)

Pastor arrested for violating rules amid virus outbreak
(Tamara Lush and Chris O'Meara, Associated Press)

Police raids on Italian churches raise religious freedom concerns
(Elise Ann Allen, Crux: Taking the Catholic Pulse)

Pope calls for heartfelt compassion for those impacted by COVID-19
(Carol Glatz, Crux: Taking the Catholic Pulse)

Rome mayor meets with Pope Francis; endorses Caritas campaign
(Elise Ann Allen, Crux: Taking the Catholic Pulse)

Italy okays weddings and baptisms, but warns church not a motive for leaving home
(Crux: Taking the Catholic Pulse)

English bishop calls for early release of prisoners during COVID-19 pandemic
(Charles Collins, Crux: Taking the Catholic Pulse)

Attorney sues Cuomo over NY ban on large gatherings, says it infringes on ability to observe Jewish faith
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

China’s people of faith: Canaries in Xi Jinping’s coal mine
(Leila Gilbert, The Jerusalem Post)

Rank these stories: Falwell rolls dice with virus or potential collapse of some small colleges?
(Terry Mattingly, Get Religion)

Medical ethics or religion? Killing Grandma and other questions during the COVID-19 cris
(Bobby Ross Jr., Get Religion)

Church and state grapple with exemptions allowing worshipers to congregate
(Brian Niemietz, New York Daily News)

Coronavirus closes mosques, churches and temples across Asia
(Shotaro Tani and Ismi Damayanti, Nikkei Asian Review)

Cambodia: Fight discrimination amid pandemic
(Human Rights Watch)

Health certificates required to enter Mandalay religious sites as Myanmar struggles with COVID-19
(Zarni Mann, The Irrawaddy)

Tunisia has a problem with internalised Islamophobia
(Safa Belghith, Al Jazeera)

Montenegro detains priest for defying ban on gatherings
(Samir Kajosevic, Balkan Insight)

Irrespective of religion, all Mumbai Covid-19 victims to be cremated
(Outlook India)

Bill de Blasio: NYC churches caught holding services during coronavirus may be 'permanently' closed
(Douglas Ernst, Washington Times)

Sunday, 29 March 2020

Parliament Trustee invites interfaith colleagues for a for a special meditation-in-place event, March 29
(Master Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj, The Parliament of the Worlds Religions)

Religions for Peace: Statements in response to COVID-19
(Religions for Peace)

Pope’s Urbi et Orbi blessing in light of coronavirus
(Jim Fair, Zenit: The World Seen from Rome)

President Russell M. Nelson invites all to join in fast on March 29 for relief from COVID-19
(The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)

Register for The Economist's free daily COVID-19 update newsletter
(The Economist)

Pope Francis says ‘We are all in the same boat,’ during Urbi et Orbi ceremony
(Claire Giangravé, Religion News Service)

The Economist’s coverage of the coronavirus
(The Coronavirus Hub, The Economist)

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