Does the Novus Ordo church possess the Four Marks of the Church?
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(06-09-2021, 11:41 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: Yep. Communion on the tongue is still the norm and that's why there was such an uproar when the Bishops illegally and unjustly banned it during the CCP virus pandemic. It is the right of any Latin Rite Catholic to receive on the tongue according to the legal norm at any time.
Do the current American Catholic bishops or the current Pope of Rome agree with you that it is illegal to ban Communion on the tongue during a pandemic?
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(06-10-2021, 11:32 PM)AlNg777 Wrote:
(06-09-2021, 11:41 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: Yep. Communion on the tongue is still the norm and that's why there was such an uproar when the Bishops illegally and unjustly banned it during the CCP virus pandemic. It is the right of any Latin Rite Catholic to receive on the tongue according to the legal norm at any time.
Do the current American Catholic bishops or the current Pope of Rome agree with you that it is illegal to ban Communion on the tongue during a pandemic?

The nice thing about the Catholic faith is that a person's opinion does not matter. If that was the case, then every pope would be changing things left and right to make the church fit his opinion, rather then to change themselves to conform to God.

So what if the bishops or even pope think its a bad idea to receive communion on the tongue? They have no canonical power (pope maybe, though im not sure there, I doubt it as its seen as a right not a practice) to change it, hence any push of theirs to do so was an over reach and was met with pushback from the layity.
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(06-11-2021, 10:33 AM)Sword of St. Michael Wrote: The nice thing about the Catholic faith is that a person's opinion does not matter. If that was the case, then every pope would be changing things left and right to make the church fit his opinion, rather then to change themselves to conform to God.
I think that popes have already changed some teachings.
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