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Following Supreme Court Ruling, Parishioners Return To Indoor Service At Saint Robert’s Catholic Church

“It’s going to be amazing to go back and be a part of a community again."

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The highest court in the land is getting high praise from California places of worship. The Supreme Court ruled on Friday the state can’t ban indoor church services.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Sacramento informed the congregation that churches who were able to reopen indoors safely and under the Supreme Court ruling and guidelines would be doing so.

On Sunday, Saint Robert’s Catholic Church was one church that welcomed parishioners back indoors for the first Sunday since the ruling.

“It’s going to be amazing to go back and be a part of a community again,” Vincent Valine, a Saint Robert parishioner, said.

“It’s exciting to get back into church again. And, I have to go in now and get myself a place to sit,” Gloria Rainoldi, another Saint Robert’s parishioner, said.

The ruling of the high court does allow California to limit capacity to 25% and still restrict singing and chanting as well.

READ MORE AT CBS SACRAMENTO

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