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PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

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PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  simple Faith on Fri Jun 29, 2012 8:57 am

Just read that a Bishop ( Samuel Aquila of Fargo) is changing the order by which children in his diocese receive the sacraments and he has received papal approval for doing so.
I was not aware of this but it seems that he is in fact 'restoring' the order in which children originally received the sacraments: baptism, confirmation then first Holy Conmunion.
http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/bishop-aquila-receives-popes-praise-for-reordering-sacraments/

Anyone else heard of this before? Is this a good change? I would be interested to hear others thoughts or opinions.

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Re: PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  Guest on Fri Jun 29, 2012 4:11 pm

That's how it's done in the Eastern rite (Byzantine). They baptize the baby, then confirm (Chrismate), and then they give the baby communion.

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Re: PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  simple Faith on Fri Jun 29, 2012 5:04 pm

Hi Rasha, the plot thickens, at what age in the Eastern rite (Byzantine) does this happen?

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Re: PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  Guest on Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:05 am

Newborns.

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Re: PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  Guest on Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:06 am

Children under the age of reason can receive communion at every Liturgy. Once they reach the age of reason, they receive catechisis, and make their first confession and then they have what is called the "First Solemn Communion".

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Re: PROPER ORDER OF SACRAMENTS. CONFIRMATION BEFORE EUCHARIST

Post  columba on Sat Jun 30, 2012 5:19 pm

RashaLampa wrote:Children under the age of reason can receive communion at every Liturgy. Once they reach the age of reason, they receive catechisis, and make their first confession and then they have what is called the "First Solemn Communion".

Hmmm. When there are two or more ways of proceeding, among the choices one of those ways is usually the better way. (In your opinion) do you think that the Byzantine way is best and why?

I have here in mind the two forms of the Mass. I believe that one form is superior to the other which makes the other (at least) inferior.

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