“In particular,” he said, “it appears opportune to leave to the diocesan bishop the judgment about the existence of a ‘grave necessity'” that would permit Christians of other denominations to.. receive the Eucharist at a Catholic Mass.------------Certain themes, including “the Church, the Eucharist and ecclesial ministry,” require deeper study and dialogue, he said. At the same time, ecumenism is not “elitist,” but must “involve as much as possible many brothers and sisters in the faith, growing as a community of disciples who pray, love and proclaim.”Thus, each bishop can do his own thing. Continue to hand out communion to Protestants like potato chips, if that’s his judgement of “necessity”. Just don’t publish any silly written guidelines for all to see. In other words, it’s business as usual, both in Germany and in this papacy. For sure, no ringing affirmation here, of the sanctity of the Holy Eucharist. Whenever you see that word "dialogue" with its odious post Vat II connotations, run the other way.
Fake Catholic Alert:https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/06/nancy-pelosi-releases-statement-on-scotus-gay-cake-ruling-christian-bakers-should-bake-gay-cakes/I challenge Nancy Pelosi to go to Dearborn Michigan and make that statement!!!!
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