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New Norms, Part II

  /   Monday March 03, 2003  

A friend of mine e-mailed me wondering whether genuflection before Communion was forbidden. Here is an EWTN question and answer he sent a link to. Yet another friend seemed to think that this wasn’t really the law of our local Church.

Their arguments center around the fact that those who genuflect before or kneel to receive Communion should not be refused Communion. My interpretation of that same statement is, regarding kneeling or genuflection, “Well, they aren’t really supposed to do it, but if they do, it is not grounds for refusing Communion.”

Does anyone else wish to chime in? I’d sure like to hear some more thoughts.

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