How do they identify those who cannot receive communion?
For a lot of politicians...easy. Michigan Governor Granholm, for example...she probably attends two, maybe three churches on a regular basis. Every priest in the state knows who she is, knows whay her positions are. The same could be said for many elected officials.
I know a lot of priests and deacons. I even know a bishop pretty well. They all follow politics--not rabidly, but certainly well enough to know who the CINOs are.
posted on 08/21/2008 6:31:40 PM PDT
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To: grellis; humblegunner
One of the politicians in Arlington Diocese, pro-abort Jim Moran, makes the rounds of the parishes which are also in his Congressional district. Mine isn't one (DG), but a co-worker’s is, and one day when it was her parish's “turn”, she heard the pastor warning him in the vestibule NOT to present himself for communion. This was several years ago, so it does happen and has been happening for a while.
posted on 08/22/2008 5:34:18 AM PDT
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