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A Letter to the Venerable Philip Freeman Ma Archdeacon And Canon of Exeter

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A Letter to the Venerable Philip Freeman Ma Archdeacon And Canon of Exeter
Robert Henry Fortescue
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They are to give warning the Sunday before they so administer it. 7. They are never to administer it unless there be "a con- venient number " to communicate with them. And, 8. The minister and churchwardens of each parish are directed to present to the Bishop or his Chancellor all those of their parishioners who do not at least receive at Easter (Canon 112).
Now in all this, what proof is there that the Reformed Church of England holds, or ever held, weekly com- munion to be a duty of Divine ob
...ligation, or an essen- tial feature of the Sacrament ? Neither in Liturgy, nor in Ai'ticle, nor in Catechism, nor in Canon, nor in Homily, has she expressed such an opinion. If she ever held that such frequency of celebration and recep- tion was part of her Lord's dying command, she has left it to be inferred from the one fact of her having made its observance possible, in the midst of many orders and omissions of order totally inconsistent with such a belief. She has never impressed it as a duty, either on her clergy or her people.

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