People visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Nov. 27, 2020, in New York City. In a decision that included newly installed Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court has voted to temporarily block rules in New York that severely restrict gatherings at houses of worship in areas hit hardest by COVID-19. (Spencer Platt/Getty)
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