Precepts #4: Receive Holy Communion During the Easter Season
The fourth precept of the Church requires us to receive our Divine Savior in Holy Communion at least once a year, and unlike the precept on Confession, the reception of Holy Communion must take place during the Easter Season. The Easter Season in this regard refers not only to the 50 days of Easter that immediately follow the Triduum and Lent, but they include all of Lent, Passiontide, and Easter. In fact, the obligation can be met by receiving Holy Communion anytime between the First Sunday of Lent and Trinity Sunday.
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Precepts #4: Receive Holy Communion During the Easter Season is part of the following course(s):