The Latest: 1st in-person Mass since suspension held in LA
LOS ANGELES -- A Catholic archbishop has celebrated the first in-person Mass since public worship services were suspended in Los Angeles because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Los Angeles Times reports Archbishop José H. Gomez celebrated the Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Sunday.
The morning service was limited to 100 people, with face masks and social distancing required for everyone in attendance. People older than 65, suffering from underlying health conditions or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms were encouraged to instead watch a livestream online.
The cathedral was scheduled to be cleaned and sanitized immediately following the Mass.
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