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USCCB Eucharist draft document focuses on real presence, not Communion denial

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Nov 3, 2021.

  1. Michie

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    The draft text of a prospective U.S. bishops’ conference document on the Eucharist is focused on a call to “enter more deeply by faith and love into this great Mystery of Mysteries.”


    A draft text of the document, which was finalized in September and circulated to the bishops last month, addresses the subject of “Eucharistic worthiness,” — the states of grace and sin which the Church teaches affect a Catholic’s suitability to receive the sacrament. But as drafters predicted in June, the draft includes no specific mention of high-profile Catholic politicians in favor of abortion.

    It does not include any recommendations for the denial of Communion, despite some media predictions it would do so.

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    USCCB Eucharist draft document focuses on real presence, not Communion denial
     
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  2. chevyontheriver

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    Sad for what they are too scared to address.
     
  3. AvilaSurfer

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    I read a lot of Vatican and USCCB documents. I can’t remember Communion denial ever being addressed.
     
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