[Magdalen] A brighter note?

Ginga Wilder gingawilder at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 16:16:36 UTC 2021

I felt the same way when first receiving the sacrament again - bread only.
We have been every Sunday worshippers since early in our marriage and now,
that hole is once again filled.

Using disciple as a very is as bad as using fellowship thusly.  Teeth itch


On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 11:42 AM ME Michaud <michaudme at gmail.com> wrote:

> According to the Bishop's instruction, the priest consecrates at the altar
> and then moves up the aisle dropping (not placing) the wafer into our
> outstretched hands. It seems to be working fine.
> I was surprised by the extreme drama of my emotional reaction when I
> received for the first time in over a year. Was driving home, had to pull
> over in Kenmore Square. Cried like a three-year-old.
> BTW I got an online ad/invitation to an evangelical start-up in the area.
> It used "disciple" as a verb.
> -M, flabbergasted
> On Sun, Jun 6, 2021 at 4:15 PM Grace Cangialosi <gracecan at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > I’m interested in knowing how you distributed communion. We’re still not
> > having folks come forward, but are distributing the wafers in individual
> > paper condiment cups at the point in the service where the Peace takes
> > place. At the point in the Eucharistic prayer where the Holy Spirit is
> > invoked, people hold the wafers up, and I bless them. We consume them
> > together at the usual place in the service after the words “The gifts of
> > God…”
> > I know people are handling this in all sorts of ways, but this was what
> > was done at an Easter Vigil service I attended, and it seems sound. I
> don’t
> > think my folks are ready to come to the rail yet.
> > Did Georgia put the wafers directly into people’s hands?
> >
> > Is she going to be your interim?
> >
> >

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