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I have been tole that "saints " communicate only once a peek. Is this so ?

We are not in the confidence of any, so we wouldn't knovvi " Sinners," free from mortal sin, and anxious for sacramental Grace, find it well to communicate every day. The known " Saints " are in Heaven-and candidates for eanclity need all the Grace they can get Priests normally celebrate Holy Mass every day and there is no earthly reason why the laity should not share in the Daily Offering and Communion.

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'Yes. In the Encyclical Quadragesiinn Amu, (C.T.S. pamphlet S.105: 6d.) saying. "No one can be at the same time a sincere Catholic and a true Socialist" because Socialism " conceives human society in a way utterly alien to Christian truth." (See Radio Replies. vol. II, :158.) The British Labour Party is not considered by the Hierarchy to he " Socialist" in this full, condemned sense.

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