I listen to the company ( Democratic ) line about closing churches to prevent the spread blah, blah, blah. I agree we need to be prudent, but as usual it turns out to be over kill. I don't know how many of the USA's 52 governors have attended church on a regular basis but I'd say it's probably few. So here's a little observation I have for these leaders of men. I've been a faithful church goer for 65 or so years and have observed that for the last 30 or more of those years people in the churches I've been in have practiced social distancing. Not by design, mind you, but because the attendance has dwindled to the point that the average church is about 40% occupied and there is PLENTY of room to sit without compromising the current rules that are foisted upon us. This is very sad to have observed as the years have passed. Recently, two of the local Catholic churches have merged and one was sold to be used as a private school. But the parking lot of the surviving church is hardly overflowing. I'm never as at peace as I am sitting in a pew and bathing in the message and presence of my Savior. It is such a shelter from the world and it's troubles and a time to relax the spirit. Too bad that fewer and fewer of my fellow citizens don't feel that way. They just don't know what they're missing! So I would encourage the Governors to make a trip around their state on Sunday. They would see that there is no issue on social distancing and they should keep their edicts away from our churches. They might even find God!!