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Is it a sacrilege to administer the Eucharist to non-believers?

I'd like to give a more general (i.e. not-Catholic-specific) answer. The question of "sacrilege" depends on your definition thereof, and I won't attempt to address that matter. What I do ...
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Is it a sacrilege to administer the Eucharist to non-believers?

Is it a sacrilege to administer the Eucharist to non-believers? The short answer would seem to be in the affirmative. However, one could possibly encounter situations in which a priest is unaware of ...
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What does Canon Law say about tabernacle placement?

What does Canon Law say about tabernacle placement? Accordingly, the "Instruction on the Worship of the Eucharistic Mystery" (1967 issued regulations (later incorporated into the new "...
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What does Canon Law say about tabernacle placement?

I'm Orthodox but I can help. What I found on this issue: This document is called General Instruction of the Roman Missal and was published in 1969. 314. In accordance with the structure of each ...
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