In this time of COVID-1984, where up is down and back is front and clocks are melting off the edges of tables, there are some in high places in the Church who are determined to ban Communion on the tongue.  Determined.  They come up with one thing after another.

I saw in one diocesan document the patent falsehood that Communion on the tongue results in frequent contact between fingers and the tongue.

I’ll admit that contact could happen if the priest doesn’t know what he’s doing and if the communicant doesn’t stay still.  Moving targets are harder to hit.  Holding the Host wrong makes it harder to place.

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