From the 1st Sunday of Advent until Holy Thursday the bishop has effectively banned Communion from the chalice in his diocese.
Posts Tagged Communion
What fosters the communal singing during Communion that the Church desires?
Many congregations today struggle with the decision to use the store bought wafers or to bake their own bread.
Non solum is a new feature at Pray Tell for our readership community to discuss practical liturgical issues.
The two parts that, in a certain sense, stand together as the Mass – none other than the liturgy of the word and the eucharistic liturgy – are so closely connected with each other that they accomplish one act of worship.
The more perfect participation in the Mass by which the faithful, after the Communion of the priest, receive the Body of the Lord from the same sacrifice, is strongly commended.
No “me and Jesus” individualism here.
If “the mouse or dog does not touch Christ’s body in its proper species, but only as to its sacramental species,” what’s the big deal if a dog is given communion?