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Bishop Paul Lambert offers communion to his wife Sallie at the consecration ceremony at the St. Michaels and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas, Texas, Saturday, July 12, 2008. Canon Lambert become Bishop Suffragan Lambert at the ceremony.

The Vatican has made clear that no priest may deny Communion to Catholics in good standing because they want to receive the Sacrament kneeling.

(LifeSiteNews) – A Catholic parish in the Diocese of San Bernardino is requiring parishioners to sign waivers before receiving Holy Communion kneeling – a move that may violate Church law.

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Community in Beaumont and Banning, California, announced the rule in a bulletin for the week of December 18, 2022.

The bulletin notes that the parish “highly discouraged the receiving of [C]ommunion while kneeling down” due to unspecified “incidents that happened in the past caused by people kneeling down when receiving [C]ommunion.” …

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