Holiday of hope, Christmas again marked by Covid restrictions

Ljubljana – Slovenians will celebrate Christmas for the second year during the pandemic against the backdrop of coronavirus restrictions, which are however somewhat milder this time around. While the Roman Catholic Church in Slovenia decided to cancel midnight masses last year, this year church-goers will only have to produce a Covid pass. Novo Mesto Bishop Andrej Saje says that Christmas is foremost a holiday of hope and joy, despite its outward commercialisation. “It’s like a child who is born and it’s a kind of a hope for the family, especially…

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