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John Scaro wrote:

Hi, guys —

I have some Catholic friends who are having sexual relations and have not told anyone about it. They continue to receive the Eucharist and are unrepentant of their sin.

  • What should I do and should I tell someone?


  { What should I do if I know of unrepentant Catholics having sex and receiving Communion? }

Bob replied:


You could have a talk with them and explain that what they are doing is wrong (and a mortal sin).

  • if they listen, great.
  • if not, at least your conscience will be clear.

If they don't listen to you then maybe tell the pastor but he may choose not to confront them.

Think of how many pro-abortion politicians receive Communion with impunity. Education is the key and then let the Lord deal with them as He chooses.



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