Canon law blog offers resources on denial of Communion
CWN - March 16, 2010
In the Code of Canon Law, #915 sets out the circumstances under which Catholics "are not to be admitted" to receive Communion. In light of the frequent debates about the reception of Communion by public figures who oppose Church teachings on key moral issues, canon lawyer Edward Peters has put together a site offering resources to help the public understand the legislation and the circumstances when it should be applied.
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