Cardinal Cupich's team for the re-opening of churches is listening to our pleas!
In a message to pastors in Chicago, the Vicar General, Bishop Hicks, said yesterday that they're working on a phased re-opening plan with the hope that most parishes will be ready to enter the first phase by the last week of May. To do that, he says "each must have in place a dedicated reopening team, completely trained and certified for readiness".
While I have no specific information on what type of readiness and training will be needed, it is probably fair to assume that tasks such as disinfecting churches prior / after services and monitoring social distancing rules might be among those.
In addition to praying for the Cardinal and this team, that they might be guided specifically by the gifts of counsel, piety and fortitude, let us consider how to support and engage as members of such reopening teams and also work on identifying knowledgeable and skilled individuals professionals who can guide such efforts. In this crisis, we need to serve the Church and the world using human means as if there were no supernatural ones and call to God with all our hearts, as if there were no human means (loosely quoted from St. Josemaria Escriva).