Last week I visited a retirement home in order to help move patients in wheelchairs down the elevator into the Hall, set aside for Mass. The lady I talked to said she wasn't a Catholic but attended both Catholic and Salvation Army services at the home. Her mother had told her that "There is only one God, etc etc."
I went to my seat and was surprised to see that she did receive Communion. Now, this isn't right I know that ,but I don't want to be the one to tell her so. In two weeks time when it is my turn to visit again I am thinking of telling the priest about it. Meanwhile, if I see her before the Mass, I am thinking of asking her if she wants to be Catholic and how to go about it (RCIA or equivalent in her case as she is confined in a wheel chair to that home) and maybe, just maybe I will mention that only Catholics in a state of grace should receive communion. I know she is not Greek Orthodox, but a Protestant.
What do you think? have you any advice as to what I should do next.