Will you attend a religious service over Easter? Tell us why – or why not

In 2022, how many in Ireland will celebrate this event of the Christian year? Share your plans

Last month, Ireland's Catholic bishops stated that from Easter Sunday, attendance at weekend Mass "will once again be deemed an essential expression of faith". But will many people find themselves in a church, Catholic or otherwise, in Ireland this weekend? The Irish Times would like to hear about your view of religion and religious services in Ireland, for an upcoming story. You can share your view in the form in this article. After decades of falling attendances at Mass, Covid-19 saw churches close their doors altogether and then allow only limited capacity. Neither attendances nor church collections have returned to pre-pandemic levels. If you are reading this in the Irish Times App, please click here.