While the country faces the worst moment of the pandemic of the new coronavirus, the minister of the Supreme Federal Court (STF) Kassio Nunes Marques decided to authorize the holding of religious services and celebrations throughout Brazil. Appointed to the post by the President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, Kassio determined that sanitary protocols should be applied in religious spaces, limiting the presence at services and masses to 25% of the public’s capacity.
“I recognize that the moment is one of caution, in view of the pandemic context that we are experiencing. Even so, and precisely because we live in such difficult times, it becomes more necessary to recognize the essentiality of religious activity, responsible, among other functions, for providing welcome and spiritual comfort ”, noted the minister in his decision.
“We are in the middle of Holy Week, which, for Christians in general, represents a moment of singular importance for the celebration of their beliefs – it is worth mentioning that, according to IBGE, more than 80% of Brazilians declared themselves Christians in the Census 2010 ”, he added.
The minister’s decision was taken in a lawsuit filed by the National Association of Evangelical Jurists.
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