Easter Week in Rome takes on new meaning amid pandemic

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Each year, millions flock to Rome for Good Friday and to celebrate Easter.

But right now, the streets are empty as the lockdown in Italy continues.

Father Robert Gahl is a professor at the Pontifical University of The Holy Cross.

He walked through the silent city and reflected on a personal loss during the COVID-19 crisis.

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