The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live as the world tries to battle the deadly disease. For many of us, that has meant finding creative ways to work, learn, and connect with each other while we’re stuck at home. Museums and zoos around the globe are offering free virtual tours to help students learn. Businesses are taking phone orders and offering curbside pickup to attract customers. Young people are throwing surprise Zoom parties for friends and classmates on their birthdays. And at the Saints Quirico and Giulitta church in Robbiano, Italy (above), parishioners are sending in selfies to ensure that the building still feels full during Masses delivered from an otherwise empty church. The photos are taped to the pews and Sunday services are livestreamed for all to watch. “People also want to be present as a community . . . even if they are each at home,” Father Giuseppe Corbari, who came up with the idea, told religious news site Crux. To learn more about how some teenagers in the U.S. are coping with the coronavirus, read their personal essays in the article Coronavirus Diaries.