The Archbishop of Glasgow has suggested that churches in Scotland might be able to re-open for private prayer from the middle of June, and public Masses could resume in July.

Speaking during a live-streamed Mass, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said it was time for the Glasgow’s churches to start planning for “re-opening”. He indicated that the Scottish government is planning to allow limited public access to churches from mid-June as part of a gradual three-phase programme to wind down restrictions on daily life.

“We have been advised too that churches may open for limited purposes in phase two, which will be after the 18th June review, and that public Masses and acts of worship may resume with phase three that will follow the 9th July review,” the Archbishop said.

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