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Bishop J. Strickland
Ways to receive Our Lord as King of the Universe...read and reflect on the Sunday Scriptures, plan your whole weekend around receiving your King, wear your best garments, spend time in quiet, kneel to receive Him, receive Him on the tongue, offer silent time of thanks after mass
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Steve Barry 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
For some Bishop, kneeling and receiving on the tongue feels right and in awe of our King and Lord. But for me, I am humbled to receive my Lord in my hand and standing before him in praise and adoration. His gift moves me to serve him as I leave mass with joy in my heart!
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Bishop J. Strickland 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Beary108
Yes....these are options....the key is greater reverence befor Our King....living His Truth is the greatest reverence
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Mary Callan 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Perfect advice on how to have a blessed weekend, EVERY weekend! Thank you, Your Excellency, and may God bless you and keep you strong, now and always!
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don Beppe Lobascio 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
MRF.... 🙏🙏🙏
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Matt Gaspers 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Well said, Your Excellency.
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smores 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Will do!
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Gennaro Fusco 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
🙏🏻😇
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St. Albert the Great North Royalton 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
I thought the Roman Missal instructed us to stand in the Presence of the King to receive Holy Communion. Maybe we should kneel to reverently receive Him in the Holy Gospel as well!
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JustPullIt 15 Dec 18
CDF has explicitly stated that the faithful may choose to kneel to receive Holy Communion.
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Michael Kramer 15 Dec 18
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Thank you for these words Your Excellency...I have three children and intend on instructing them along these lines when the time comes...I was fortunate myself in the mid 90s in the context of the ordinary form to have a priest that insisted we kneel for first communion...
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Terri Bradley 16 Dec 18
How BLESSED were you!
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