How the pandemic reinvigorated religion
From drive-through confessions to solitary funerals, faith leaders are finding new ways to connect. Most religions are based on the concept of human interactions and vicinity — those being one of the reasons why social distancing represented, at least in theory, a threat to some of their foundations. However, the reality has turned out to be quite different, and coronavirus might actually be marking a new resurgence in faith. Henry Mance, writing in the Financial Times, analyses.
From Financial Times