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"[W]e find ourselves facing the neuralgic question: where does that one made so by God take and eat, take and drink? Phrased in the language of negation, if one/half of that one is not welcome to receive at this Eucharistic celebration in this place, how can the other half of that one be welcome, and receive? Do we live faithfully the unity of our marriage, and forego the Eucharist? Or do we divide, go to our respective churches to receive the great sacrament of unity – and in dividing, deny the unity of our marriage?" from "Toward a Language of Faithful Possibilities: Interchurch Families and Receptive Ecumenism" by Ray Temmerman, Issues and Reflections #9, April 2010


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