Funerals, weddings canceled, clergy teams in quarantine in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

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Funerals, weddings canceled, clergy teams in quarantine in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says two of its clergy teams are self-quarantined and two priests are in isolation after exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.The diocese says Rev. Adam Potter and Rev. Thomas Gramc have shown mild symptoms. Both are being tested. The entire clergy teams of St. Paul Cathedral, St. Regis, St. Rosalia, St. Stephen, St. Bernard, and Our Lady of Grace are quarantines for 14 days. In addition, Bishop David Zubik is locking down all buildings in the diocese with all funeral masses and services canceled until further notice. Baptisms and weddings are also postponed and all parking lot confessions are on hold.

The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says two of its clergy teams are self-quarantined and two priests are in isolation after exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

The diocese says Rev. Adam Potter and Rev. Thomas Gramc have shown mild symptoms. Both are being tested.

The entire clergy teams of St. Paul Cathedral, St. Regis, St. Rosalia, St. Stephen, St. Bernard, and Our Lady of Grace are quarantines for 14 days.

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In addition, Bishop David Zubik is locking down all buildings in the diocese with all funeral masses and services canceled until further notice.

Baptisms and weddings are also postponed and all parking lot confessions are on hold.