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Lay Eucharistic Ministers specially licensed to take the sacrament to those who are ill or infirm

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1. Lay Eucharistic Ministers must be adult confirmed communicants in good standing, be carefully chosen and trained, and be specially licensed. a candidate is to be recommneded by the cleric in charge of the congregation to the Bishop of the diocese to be licensed. “Such special license shall be given only at the request, and upon the recommendation, of, the Member of the Clergy in charge of the Congregation in which the Lay Eucharistic Minister will be serving. The license shall be issued for a period of time not to exceed three years and shall be revocable at any time by the Bishop, or by the Member of the clergy at whose request it was granted.” (Title III, Canon 3, Sec. 2)

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