Video: Why Americans cannot currently travel from the US to Italy
Video: Still no timeline for the US to visit Italy
Video: Things are going well and Rome is accelerating the reopening.
Video: Churches, Sacraments, and Cappuccino
Video: Phase Two Begins Tomorrow
Video: More details on Phase Two
Video: More good news, dancing, and airplanes
Video: Details emerge on Phase Two
Video: A quick update from Rome
Video: Italy slowly improves, some Americans think it’s the Fourth of July
We are now allowed to walk our kids. Only one kid and one parent at a time. Until this point, we were only allowed to walk dogs
Video: Fear, perspective, & adapting
Video: My thoughts on the Urbi et Orbi
Video: Regarding the Urbi et Orbi
The Holy Father will hold an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi in Saint Peter’s Square on Friday, 27 March at 6 PM Rome time. (Vatican News)
Video: Grocery shopping, online Mass, and getting dressed
Music video: Everything’s gonna be okay
Interview: A Closer Look with Sheila Liaugminas
Video: Worldwide Rosary with the Holy Father
Video: Answers to your questions on grocery shopping, staying sane, and church closures
Video: On fear
New form for when we leave the house where we declare we are not corona-positive or waiting on results.
Video: I was wrong about coronavirus
As of midnight, the ban on European travelers to the US begins. This does not include Americans traveling home from Europe.
Interview: BBC Breakfast
Video: What we can and cannot do
The Holy Father reverses the order to close all Rome churches. Churches reopen just 16 hours after being forced to close.
On The Patrick Madrid Show
Quarantine levels up. Now only essential places, like grocery stores and pharmacies remain open.
Interview: The Today Show
To leave the home, we need a printed form that contains who we are, where we live, where we are going, and what time we left.
This evening it was announced that all churches in Rome are ordered to close.
Video: First full day of the Rome Quarantine
Masses still taking place in Saint Peter’s Basilica, but this morning there was no security check, as even security wasn’t sure what was going on.
Saint Peter’s Square is closed before noon.
Masses still taking place in Saint Peter’s Basilica.
Interview: Gus Lloyd Seize the Day
Quarantine begins this evening when it’s announced all of Italy is now in the Red Zone.
Restaurants, cafes, shops, bars all remain open, but must close by 6 PM.
Video: Rome is open for prayer
Video: What has happened to our church?
The Holy Father, “a pope in a cage,” holds a virtual Angelus, making a surprise appearance from his window after.
Still a 45 minute wait for Saint Peter’s Basilica today.
All museums are closed until April 3rd.
This evening it is announced that all Masses will be closed to the public. Also, no funerals or weddings can take place.
Vatican Library is closed.
Schools of Rome are closed.
Diocese of Rome declared no sign of peace, no holy water, no communion on the tongue.
I spent nearly four hours in Saint Peter’s Basilica it was empty.
Papal Angelus goes on, but with a smaller than usual crowd.
Video: Rome is open for business!
Article: Coronavirus and Travel to Rome