Cardinal Dolan welcomes the Supreme Court’s decision on churches, COVID-19

Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York welcomed Wednesday’s Supreme Court ruling blocking restrictions on religious gatherings introduced by New York to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“Our churches are indispensable,” Dolan wrote in a tweet congratulating the groups that put the challenges ahead of the constraints in New York.

“I would like to congratulate @BpDiMarzio and @BrooklynDiocese on their victory for religious freedom in the U.S. Supreme Court. Our churches are essential ” Dolan wrote on Twitter on Thursday.

Dolan also wrote in a second tweet that although Catholic churches adhered to security measures because of the coronavirus, it was important to preserve “religious freedom.”

The Supreme Court is late On Wednesday, New York took measures suspended by a resolution of 5 to 4, which limited the number of people who could attend religious services.

The decision marked a right move for the court that ruled before the courts this year against similar cases in Nevada and California. Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader Ginsburg, McConnell prompts Trump to nominate Barrett on the night of Ginsburg’s death: COVID-19 report: Justice Alito crosses judicial boundaries died.

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Korm. Andrew CuomoDenew mayor Andrew Cuomo apologizes for the holiday trips after advising residents to stay with Kamala Harris. Stacey Abrams will fly to Mississippi as mayor of Time magazine’s 2020 Person of the Year nomination for Thanksgiving after MORE ADVICE on the trip. (DN.Y.) criticized Thursday’s decision, but argued that it had no practical effect because the restrictions were lifted as the New York affairs eased.

He said the decision showed that the Supreme Court had deceived him.

“I think the Supreme Court’s decision on religious gatherings is a better illustration of the Supreme Court than anything else,” Cuomo said. “It doesn’t matter in terms of practical impact because the zone they were talking about has already been relocated. It expired last week. I believe this was only an opportunity for the Court to express its philosophy and policy. “