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Daily Word  

‘The French Catholic bishops laid down their conditions for eucharistic sharing in 1983. For admission to communion there must be a “real need” experienced and expressed.  There must be deep and continuing bonds of communion with Catholics – such as are lived in certain interchurch families and in some long-lasting ecumenical groups. There must be an unambiguous faith with respect to the sacrificial dimension of the memorial, the real presence, and the relation between eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion.  There must be active commitment in the service of the unity which God wills.’ from "Two by Two" by Ruth Reardon

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