“Conciliar Fathers”: A Lesson From Luther.

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You may think that the title of this blog post is a joke, but it isn’t.

Taking Lessons from Luther is exactly what our heroes, the “Conciliar Fathers”, should have done once come back to their diocese after V II. Luther would have told them that communion must be:

1. kneeling, and
2. on the tongue

That much is what the great Athanasius Schneider has implied in an interview given to Radio Maria Suedtirol (= Alto Adige), in German, and reported by kreuz.net.

In the words of the Bishop:

„Die Lutheraner haben bis vor kurzem und bis heute noch in den skandinavischen Ländern die kniende Mundkommunion bewahrt.“

The Lutherans have preserved until a short time ago, and to this day in the Scandinavian countries, communion kneeling and on the tongue”.

According to him, the idea of communion in the hand in the way practiced today – the article…

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