Tell us: Have you returned to in-person Mass?

This article appears in the Coronavirus: One year later feature series. View the full series.

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Father Andy Hammeke, associate pastor of St. Mary, Queen of the Universe in Salina, Kans., places ashes on Kansas Wesleyan University students during Ash Wednesday Mass in Fitzpatrick Auditorium Feb. 17, 2021, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Father Andy Hammeke, associate pastor of St. Mary, Queen of the Universe in Salina, Kans., places ashes on Kansas Wesleyan University students during Ash Wednesday Mass in Fitzpatrick Auditorium Feb. 17, 2021, amid the coronavirus pandemic. (CNS/Karen Bonar, Kansas Wesleyan University)

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization said COVID-19 could be characterized as a pandemic. One year later, millions of lives have been lost to the virus, and people worldwide are taking stock of the last year and what the future holds. NCR is looking at the impact of the pandemic on the Catholic Church with our series Coronavirus:One year later.

We want to hear from you how the pandemic has affected your decisions to worship in person. A year on, how are you feeling about returning to in-person church services? Share your thoughts with us using the form below. Thank you.

Brittany Wilmes

Brittany Wilmes is engagement editor for NCR, GSR and EarthBeat. Her email address is bwilmes@ncronline.org

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