Tuesday, October 19, 2021

CC074: Preserving the Sanctity of the Eucharist

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When a priest or bishop makes the decision to publicly or privately deny the Eucharist to a Catholic, it is not a gesture motivated by politics. Rather, it is an act of charity which keeps the person from falling into deeper sin, a call to repentance, and an effort to preserve the sanctity of the Eucharist.

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Bishop James S. Wallhttp://dioceseofgallup.org
Bishop James Wall is the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Gallup.

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