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Schneider: Bishops May Not Forbid Communion on the Tongue - But...

The faithful may not be forced by their bishops to receive Communion on the hand, because "the universal law of the Church" states that the faithful have the right to receive Communion on the tongue, Bishop Schneider said during a May 22 Q&A session at the Rome Life Forum.

“This right cannot be denied nor overruled,” Schneider claimed, "The faithful must insist upon their right."

However, what Schneider pompously calls "universal law of the Church" is an empty paper tiger which is not take seriously first and foremost by the bishops.

AlphaCatholicHK
But my "Apostolic Administrator" did and I was refused Holy Communion on Sunday by a priest as a result.

And I raised it with the priest immediately afterwards, referring to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments letter to a parishioner in Britain during H1N1 in 2009, confirming his or her right to receive Holy Communion on the tongue here:
rorate-caeli.blogspot…More
But my "Apostolic Administrator" did and I was refused Holy Communion on Sunday by a priest as a result.

And I raised it with the priest immediately afterwards, referring to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments letter to a parishioner in Britain during H1N1 in 2009, confirming his or her right to receive Holy Communion on the tongue here:
rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/…/it-is-not-licit…

At which he told me he would obey the "regulation from the diocese" and if I am not happy, it is my problem.

So what do I do now?
eticacasanova
Paper tiger, you say? Of course, without virtue, there is no possible law. The "cardinal", foundational, virtue here is FAITH: these men, those you're talking about have non of that... So, they don't see a reason to be obedient; and, so, you hace the old "game": no wisdom (Faith), no prudence, no obedience; no wisdom, no love, no obedience...
Ultraviolet
These same bishops ignored (and still do) Pope Benedict XVI's "Summorum Pontificum" clarifying the right to celebrate traditional Latin Mass. If they were bold enough to disregard no one less than the reigning Pope at the time, what chance does a mere Cardinal stand today?