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Can San Pablo open a provisional chapel without Malaga having gone to phase 1 of the de-escalation?

Can San Pablo open a provisional chapel without Malaga having gone to phase 1 of the de-escalation?

Can San Pablo open a provisional chapel without Malaga having gone to phase 1 of the de-escalation?

The decision of the parish of San Pablo to open to the public this Saturday the provisional oratory enabled on a second floor of its hall...
Comments Thursday, May 07, 2020
Can San Pablo open a provisional chapel without Malaga having gone to phase 1 of the de-escalation?

The decision of the parish of San Pablo to open to the public this Saturday the provisional oratory enabled on a second floor of its halls by the works in this temple in the neighborhood of La Trinidad has caused some surprise and surprise at a time when it has not yet It is clear if they will be able to hold services in the churches of Malaga starting next Monday, since the Ministry of Health has not yet ruled on the move to the next phase of de-escalation in the case of the province and the capital, which has been marked by the Board as one of the health districts that could advance to phase 1 but with restrictions.

The royal decree of the state of alarm does not prohibit the opening of places of worship and allows them to be assisted by adopting "organizational measures consisting of avoiding crowds of people, depending on the dimensions and characteristics of the places, in such a way that guarantee attendees the possibility of respecting the distance between them of at least one meter ", as stated in article 11 of 'Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19 '. This article was later modified to prohibit funerals and limit them to the attendance of three relatives or close friends of the deceased.

The Bishopric of Malaga itself has allowed churches to open "for a few hours a day" even though religious ceremonies are suspended and can only be carried out behind closed doors. Clinging to that possibility, some churches like the one in Stella Maris and this one in San Pablo, until the works began inside, have been open for a few hours in the morning.

However, out of prudence in the face of the current health crisis and the suspension of Masses, most of the churches, including the Cathedral, have chosen until now to close their doors to the faithful.

According to the investigations carried out by this newspaper, the decision of the parish of San Pablo to open this provisional oratory on a second floor, with a limited capacity of 10 people, in which images that venerate the church, including that of Jesus, can be prayed Captive, has the approval of the Bishopric.


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