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London police ‘regret’ disrupting Good Friday liturgy

April 12, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: A London police superintendent visited Christ the King church to acknowledge that “many people were very upset by what happened on Good Friday and we deeply regret that.” Police had disrupted liturgical services in the parish, which serves Polish Catholics, and sent the congregation home, citing Covid rules. Bishop John Wilson of Southwark, who accompanied the police official to the church, said that the Church is “committed to enabling freedom of worship for everyone, in safe and secure environments,”and expressed a desire to “move forward in friendship.”

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