Years ago I was watching a United Methodist Church worship service on TV. It was Trinity on the Hill UMC in Augusta next door to St. Mary on the Hill Catholic Church. It was their monthly Communion Service and when it was time for Communion, the minister said, “we have open communion, even if you aren’t baptized, please feel welcome and included to receive our Communion.”
Is this what Holy Trinity’s Pastoral Council in Washington, DC is saying? Have they completely turned their Holy Communion from a sword into a plowshare? I ask; you answer:
Biden's Catholic parish in DC says it won't deny Communion to Massgoers
Archbishop Wilton Gregory needs a vocabulary lesson.
He especially needs to learn this word because he is a bishop. He is going to have to answer for it and it will be before a judge who leaves no room for misinterpretation.
Given the type of Archbishop there, no surprise
They would do well then to take advantage of the versus pupulum posture and the vernacular delivery to read aloud and strongly the prayers after Communion and endeavor to make eye contact with the Chief Executive
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