Monday, 6 July 2020

TIME SENSITIVE SURVEY ON THE BANNING OF HOLY COMMUNION ON THE TONGUE

URGENT – TIME SENSITIVE – INFO NEEDED ABOUT DENIAL OF COMMUNION ON THE TONGUE – REPOST, TWEET, ETC.

If you have a blog, please re-post this.  Please TWEET and RETWEET.  Please put on FACEBOOK, etc.   The link: https://wdtprs.com/?p=114749
canonist contacted me asking for help in a worthy endeavor.  He is collecting some information for defense of Communion on the tongue.
He has a deadline with the Vatican: Tomorrow, 7 JULY – NOON Rome time
(= UTC+2 London UTC+1), NYC UTC -4, Tokyo UTC+9)
This is for everyone in the world, not just these USA.
Has your local DIOCESAN BISHOP or PRIEST issued any decree, statement, or announcement in which - for any reason whatsoever - he has forbidden distribution and/or reception of Holy Communion on the tongue?

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you.
I like you am from the GTA (Ajax) and have submitted it. My hopes are extremely low, now that we would have Mask Nazis as well, but that has not stopped me from submitting the form.

Ana Milan said...

To be fair I would regard it necessary to include those dioceses who still offer HC on the tongue & kneeling. Also the dioceses where allowed capacity has been ignored in order to allow congregations to fulfil their Sunday obligation. If this were done it would show up those Bishops/priests who are fundamentally for Christ compared to those who are not. The synodal way is really making a huge mess - such directions should come from Rome & not from the local Bishop.

William Callaghan said...

According to a comment on Facebook, my own Archbishop in Cardiff has ordered that Communion only be given in the hand

Tom A. said...

Have nothing to do with any place that allows communion in the hand. It is that simple. You are witnessing profanation of the Eucharist.

Anonymous said...

If you cannot go to a Mass where Communion is received on the tongue and kneeling, then do not go to Communion. One must avoid the sin of sacrilege.

Tom A. said...

One should even avoid being in the same room where others are permitted to commit sacrilege by taking communion in the hand standing up.