Catholic bishops want religious freedom restored

Ljubljana, 9 December - Slovenian Catholic bishops have addressed a letter to PM Janez Janša saying they expect the government to lift the ban on religious services amid the Covid-19 epidemic. They also expect the government not to disproportionately limit religious freedom, which enjoys the highest level of protection in the Slovenian constitution.

Maribor Archbishop celebrates the Midnight Mass.
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