By Francis X. Rocca in Rome and Natalia Ojewska in Warsaw

Many Catholics in Italy and other European countries are calling on governments to permit public Masses again after weeks of lockdown to contain the coronavirus, in a debate that pits religious liberty against public-health concerns.

Italian bishops are unhappy that the government has set a reopening date for bars and hairdressers but not for Mass, which has been suspended across the country since early March.

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