Bishop Michael Sis speaks about the road ahead for the church


Half of the pews were closed to congregants as services resumed at the Cathedral of St. Helena in Helena, Mont., Sunday, April 26, 2020. The Roman Catholic cathedral took measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus as part of Montana’s first step in easing restrictions that have been in place because of the pandemic. (AP Photo/Matt Volz)

San Angelo, Texas– Bishop Sis of the Diocese of San Angelo talks about the road moving forward to normalcy in the church. He says that returning to church will “take time,” and church ministry will come back “step by step.”

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