‘Letting go of the normal’: Princeton, pandemic, and religious life

As the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped billions of lives, religious organizations around the world have faced the shuttering of their houses of worship. Without access to their holy spaces, the faithful have been forced to redefine traditions, adapt holidays, foster virtual community, and organize remote weekly prayer. The University’s religious communities are no exception. As students scrambled to leave campus in the wake of the University’s March 13 move-out order, nearly all had to say goodbye to their favorite spaces on campus. For some, those spaces included their spiritual homes.https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article/2020/04/letting-go-of-the-normal-princeton-pandemic-and-religious-life