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July 16, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Today the “Love and reverence to Our Lord: Let’s always receive Holy Communion on the tongue” conference was held. You can watch this unique online event, organized by Voice of the Family, for free below.

You can also watch it on the LifeSiteNews YouTube channel here:

If you weren’t able to catch today’s webinar live as it happened, the video has been uploaded to YouTube.

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To be pro-life means to be pro-eternal life, which comes only through Jesus Christ and the saving truth He has confided to the Catholic Church. Tradition demands the greatest possible reverence towards the Holy Eucharist. We must insist that Our Lord has the right to be received in the most reverent manner possible. This is not a matter of our personal piety but justice due to Him. Below is a schedule of today’s conference:

  • John Smeaton: Welcome and introduction 
  • VIDEO: Let’s always receive Holy Communion on the tongue (part 1)
  • Fr. Serafino Lanzetta: Theological reasons for always receiving Holy Communion on the tongue
  • Dr. Peter Kwasniewski interviewed by John-Henry Westen
  • Alexander Tschugguel and Theresa Habsburg interviewed by John-Henry Westen
  • John Smeaton: Closing remarks
  • VIDEO: Let’s always receive Holy Communion on the tongue (part 2)


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