In our above clip, The Young Turks’ Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian expose greed driven holy rollers, who care more about their bank savings accounts than saving souls / saving humanity, itself. Yes indeed, the survival of our entire global community has been imperiled by the Coronavirus Pandemic. And THAT doth make church attendance dicey… a crapshoot.
And on this Palm Sunday, I, too, would like to weigh in, thusly…
Every ethical, enlightened religious leader, worldwide (purely in the interest of public health), has opted to cancel all church services until it’ll be safe, once more, to go outside (in this case inside). To do otherwise would be tantamount to clergymen meting out death sentences… not only to their parishioners, themselves, but, potentially, to everyone they’d come into contact with subsequently.
Under such dire circumstance, the spreading of this contagion might go unchecked until the very last human being has dropped dead.
If that grim scenario doesn’t scare the bejesus out of the devout… what, pray tell, will?’
OK, perhaps giving it another try might be helpful?
If even a handful of worshipers insist on public masses, then… to quote songwriter P. F. Sloan… “there’ll be no one to save with the world in a grave.”
Or, how about making this bumper sticker length wisdom the phrase that pays?
Freedom of Religion “issues” no one a License to Kill!
If your pastor is flat-out defying the federal, state and local authorities’ recommendations to avoid congregating in large groups, your one and only recourse is to DEFY HIM!
Need anyone even remind that God is omnipresent?
To stay safe, healthy and alive, the advice to follow… uh… religiously… is  stay at home,  serve up some bread and wine,  “park it” in a comfy chair and  crack open / curl up with a good book… uh… The Good Book?
My best wishes that you stay well! If you are ailing, you have my hopes and prayers for a full, speedy recovery. Wherever / whenever we discover a leadership vacuum, it’ll be incumbent on us to do everything we can to save humanity. Please stay safe by continuing to heed the following common sense, disease fighting advice…
 Practice good hygiene (scrub hands often at least 20 seconds),  Cover coughs and sneezes,  Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth,  observe social distancing protocols (remain at least 2 meters / 6 feet apart  avoid large crowds or (ideally) just stay at home and  if ill, self-quarantine.