Monday Musings - We Must Not Politicize the Eucharist, Except....
I know it is Friday but this could not wait. Someone has to raise this issue!
Please help me to understand.
Politicizing Communion harms interests of the church
CANASTOTA, NY - The most frequently cited justification I have heard offered for not withholding Holy Communion from prominent Catholic politicians and public figures who obstinately persist in supporting laws and public policies contrary to Catholic Church teaching is "the unwillingness to politicize the Eucharist".
But somehow THIS does not politicize the Eucharist? Please read this article.
Which must be more important to the Catholic Church and its members: the salvation of souls and protecting the Sacredness of the Eucharist or immigration reform?
Light a virtual candle and say a prayer
The future of our Church and the salvation of souls rest on answering this question correctly.
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