While gearing up for the “new normal,” Manila’s Roman Catholic Church is pushing for the creation of health ministry in all its parishes, reported CBCP News.

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, the archdiocese’s administrator, said that such ministry is important as parishes prepare for the resumption of church services with people in attendance.

He said the archdiocese’s primary concern is how to open up its religious services “in a safe way” amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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