I am sharing an excellent article which provides clarification on Amoris Lætitia, from the Archdiocese of Vancouver, Canada. The clarification goes to the point, it’s brief, and it leads the people towards what they have to hear, and that with love and understanding. Even though it is not the Archbishop himself who wrote the article, by posting it on the website of Our Lady of Holy Rosary Cathedral, he’s definitely showing his support.

Who can receive Holy Communion at Mass? None of us are truly worthy of such a great gift but God’s grace makes us worthy and prepares us to receive this sublime gift through which we are united to Christ and find salvation. We are reminded of this reality at Mass when we prepare for Holy Communion and say “Lord I am not worthy that You should enter under my roof, but only say the word and I shall be healed.”

When it comes to the issue of those who are divorced and remarried, some confusion arises. The following paragraphs are an attempt to give some clarity to this delicate matter and to encourage all of us to accompany those who are on the peripheries of the Church…