Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and sacramental theology and director of the Sacerdos Institute at the Regina Apostolorum university.
Q: I am writing to ask for your advice regarding the liturgy during this unique time in our history. As a community of religious sisters we, fortunately, possess some consecrated hosts. Is it liturgically sound if we watch the Holy Father’s televised Mass and for our superior to distribute the reserved hosts to us at the time of communion? — M.P., Rome
A: In this time of the coronavirus crisis there are probably many houses of religious sisters and consecrated laity in similar positions.