Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Some Catholic bishops in the United States are easing the obligations of faithful for the last remaining Fridays during Lent amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.During Lent – a period of about six weeks in which Christians all over the world practice self-denial and sacrifice as they repent their sins and pray in preparation for Easter – refrain from eating meat on Fridays, including on Good Friday.In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has killed more than 28,000 people worldwide, Catholic bishops, in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Lousiana, and Pittsburgh are relieving their congregations of the obligation of abstaining from meat for the remaining Fridays in Lent – except on Good Friday. Parishioner Maria Torres, of Des Moines, Iowa, prays the Rosary in an empty St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Friday, March 27, 2020, in Des Moines, Iowa. Daily masses continue to be available online in response to the new coronavirus outbreak but the church is open daily for private prayers.  (AP)CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEThey said it’s because the faithful are already deprived of some foods and other pleasures during the coronavirus pandemic. Good Friday is on April

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