Oh Terry, dear Terry. I did what I could to hide it, but I knew you'd find the double standard eventually. That's why I was going to send you to your aunties in Duluth until you were old enough to face our family skeletons, but alas, I fear it is too late now, child. Too late, too late.
Mr. Thomnus,I missed you.
Canon Law prohibits them from receiving Communion, but it's up to their Bishops to deal with it.
I deem it so!
Adoro - that is what I thought.
Have you read the article in "This Rock" magazine? I think it's very germane to your blog post:http://www.catholic.com/thisrock/2006/0602fea1.asp
It is the Eucharist that is not a democracy. I'll be signing the petition.
Carol - your point is very well taken. Thanks.
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