(CNN)In the age of social distancing, faith leaders are using the internet to find other ways to keep important religious traditions. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Reverend Jennifer Bailey about finding and keeping faith in the midst of loss and change.You can listen on your favorite podcast app or read the transcript below.Dr. Sanjay Gupta: This month, many people all over the world are celebrating religious holidays.It’s supposed to be a time for communities to gather and celebrate together in houses of worship or at home — but because of social distancing, people have to find other ways to keep those traditions.Some religious leaders have adapted to this by using video calls to hold services, but this is a time of loss and suffering as well — when people look to their faith as a touchstone. And I wondered if that virtual connection was still enough. So in this episode, I invited Rev. Jennifer Bailey to talk about how faith leaders are leading their communities. And to help us answer this question: Does your faith change in a pandemic?I’m Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent. This is “Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction.”Gupta: Rev. Bailey is an


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