Only in Print: Pre-Cana Classes Go Digital for Couples in the Brooklyn Diocese

Sal Musso and Patricia Gianatiempo plan on taking online pre-Cana classes in preparation for their September wedding. (Photo: Courtesy of Sal and Patricia Gianatiempo)

By Emily Drooby

Across the U.S., the coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed wedding plans.

Some are taking part in socially distanced weddings while others have canceled altogether.

Marriage rates reached their lowest level on record before the current crisis and experts believe the pandemic could drop them even more…

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