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Pastor John Privitt of the Calvary Taos church was diagnosed with COVID-19 in mid-October. So was his wife Stephanie Privitt. The church quickly shut down services on Oct. 18. “We suspended services for 29 days,” according to the church website.
Their positive tests for the novel coronavirus came toward the beginning of a surge in cases in Taos County – most of them occurring in residents of Taos, the Ranchos de Taos area and El Prado, according to data from the New Mexico Department of Health and Holy Cross Medical Center.
The year 2020 has unquestionably brought community to the forefront with its extraordinary challenges and tests of faith and good citizenship. In such trying times there are many who rise to the top, like cream, and enrich the lives of those around them.
Healthy children are the result of healthy families and communities.
“The resilience and strength of Taos is familia,” Taos pediatrician Sylvia Villarreal, MD, said. “People know they are all family here and that respect for families is the bottom line for individual and community health – Taos family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.”
Taos County religious organizations received over $240,000 in federal paycheck protection plan loans. Hundreds of thousands of federal dollars went to a number of nonprofits across the state including churches and other religious organizations during the coronavirus pandemic.
During the most solemn and significant days of the church year, local churches are implementing "shelter-in-place" worship by livestreaming their services.
Father Michael Garcia preaches to an iPhone, where mass is livestreamed to hundreds in their homes, on Thursday (April 9) at San Francisco de …