'Dear Father' | The Eucharist is part of our unity, even in sorrow
Submitted on February 17, 2010
By Father John Carl Lombardi, MSF
I was at a funeral where the priest announced before Communion that only Catholics who are properly disposed may receive Communion. Do you think the priest was right in making such a statement during such a sorrowful time?
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