Lil Red Posted August 26, 2007 Share Posted August 26, 2007 if al, as you say that the church has no right to change something that is required by scripture as veils or bread and wine for the eucharist or water for baptism, and that it matters not the church's silence on this issue because it is in scripture. but has not the church definitively come out and stated in the GIRM (starting at #319) what the elements for the eucharist should be, even though it is scripture? if it is important enough for the church to definitively state what the eucharist should be (bread & wine), why wouldn't it be just as important on the issue of veils to come out with a definitive statement? don't you think the church would provide such a definitive statement for the care of her daughter's souls, if indeed it is a sin? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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