I don't recall Jesus imposing any restrictions at the last supper. If he is willing to let us exercise free will, then those who think they have done the right thing by getting divorced and remarrying should be allowed to receive communion.
Yes, Because forgivness is between God and the "sinner" and one human can judge what God has forgiven
Jesus who loves us beyond our understanding and showed that love by dying on a cross for everyone of us miserable sinners, told us not to judge one another. I believe that catholics who have divorced and remarried should be allowed to recieve the Holy Sacraments.
In my case,I am a divorced Catholic and remarried by a Justice of The Peace.However,all my prayers are Catholic prayers.I say the Rosary as much as possible,particularly on Sat.(on line at Come Pray The Rosary,YouTube)Where do I fit?Can I go to Confession?In my mind I am,and always will be,a Roman Catholic.Colin
I think everyone is missing one key element. Only those couples whose marriages have blessed by the Catholic church can receive communion. Otherwise you are living in sin. We are not to judge but we also don't make our own rules.
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