Schools are closed but teaching continues
With parents and children confined to working at home, With parents and children confined to working at home, Karen Musacchio helps Christopher Musacchio, a fourth grader at Christ the King School, with his classroom assignments from the family dining room table at home in Nashville, TN on Tuesday, 24 March 2020. Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Nashville have begun learning at home using a variety of strategies including online teaching through video conferencing supported by online resources and regular classroom materials sent home in anticipation of extended school closures following spring break.

Schools are closed but teaching continues

Karen Musacchio helps her son Christopher Musacchio, a fourth grader at Christ the King School in Nashville, with his classroom assignments from home March 24. The Diocese of Nashville has…

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Priests adapt, get creative, to stay connected with parishioners
Father Mark Sappenfield celebrates Mass alone except for his father, Dick Sappenfield and an iPad broadcasting to Facebook in the chapel at St. Matthew Parish in Franklin, TN on Friday, 20 March 2020. All public celebrations of the Mass have been suspended in the Diocese of Nashville until April 3 because of the Covid 19 pandemic. A number of parishes in the diocese are sharing Mass online. A list of online Masses are posted to watchmass.com and to dioceseofnashville.com.

Priests adapt, get creative, to stay connected with parishioners

Father Mark Sappenfield celebrates Mass alone except for an iPad, broadcasting to Facebook in the chapel at St. Matthew Parish in Franklin, on Friday, March 20. Since all public celebrations…

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Diocese’s assisted living facility taking strict precautions during pandemic

The Diocese of Nashville’s assisted living facility, Mary, Queen of Angels, is quiet these days since no visitors are allowed in the building except healthcare workers, and residents are advised…

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