A reverend, a rabbi and an imam serve in unity, confront the coronavirus crisis as one
The year’s holiest month nears amid one of the most somber backdrops of our lifetimes.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused, out of necessity, mandated isolation at a time when millions faithfully congregate in churches, synagogues, mosques and temples.
Houses of worship likely will remain largely empty through Passover, Easter and perhaps all of Ramadan. But in North Texas, an unlikely trinity has united in message, if not ideology, to help their communities collectively confront COVID-19.