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Ave Maria Parish in Florida.Ave Maria Catholic Church / Facebook

Thanks to the courage of our pastor, every parishioner in our community is able to receive the Eucharist after every Mass.

By Steven Mosher, LifeSiteNews, March 27, 2020

 Steven Mosher is an internationally recognised authority on China and population issues as well as an acclaimed author and speaker and founder and head of the Population Research Institute. He was the first American social scientist to visit mainland China in 1979 where he witnessed women being forced to have abortion under the new “one-child-policy” which he then exposed to the world. Mr. Mosher was a pro-choice atheist at the time…

Steven Mosher

March 27, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – After listing all the prudential reasons why our churches have been locked down during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Father Raymond de Souza writes in the National Catholic Register that “the challenge remains about how to administer the sacraments. … Confessions are not being heard [and] Holy Communion is almost nowhere being distributed.”

“That cannot continue in the long term and remains the next great challenge,” he continues, “for which solutions are not obvious.”

I am happy to report to Father de Souza that there is a solution, and that we at Ave Maria Parish have already implemented it.

Thanks to the courage of our Pastor, Father Cory Mayer, and his fellow parish priests, every parishioner in our community here in Ave Maria, Florida, is able to receive the Eucharist after every Mass.  ….

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