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Italian priest fills empty church pews with pictures of his congregation

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Father Corbari’s church in the northern Italian town of Robbiano has lain empty since the government imposed a lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus. But he’s determined to maintain a connection with his parishioners, and has pasted photos of each of them to the empty pews. Although families will remain separated this Easter, Father Corbari says the season offers another hope.