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Old Aug 12, '17, 4:44 pm
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Default Eucharist per day and Sunday

From what i can understand, a Catholic in good grace can take two eucharist, assumign both are from Mass.

So if I gone to the Staurday noon mass, then the anticipation Mass on staurday (Sunday?), I can still go to the TLM on Sunday and partake in Eucharist right?
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Old Aug 12, '17, 4:52 pm
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Default Re: Eucharist per day and Sunday

The rule actually allows reception of the Eucharist twice a day, but it only says that the second reception must be at a Mass. it does not require that the first reception be so.

So, one could attend a Eucharistic service on a Saturday morning (as Father is elsewhere engaged) and receive, and then go to an early afternoon wedding Mass and receive.
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Old Aug 12, '17, 6:14 pm
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Default Re: Eucharist per day and Sunday

I think what I really want to know is that, in terms of counting the Per-day Eurcharist, is the anticipation mass on Saturday count as Sunday count or Saturday count, even though I am fully aware that will satisfy the Sunday obligation?
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Old Aug 12, '17, 6:49 pm
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A day is the regular usage, midnight to midnight.
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Old Aug 12, '17, 8:50 pm
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I think what I really want to know is that, in terms of counting the Per-day Eurcharist, is the anticipation mass on Saturday count as Sunday count or Saturday count, even though I am fully aware that will satisfy the Sunday obligation?
Eucharist that you receive on Saturday "counts" as being received on Saturday.

Eucharist that you receive on Sunday "counts" as being received on Sunday.
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Old Aug 12, '17, 9:11 pm
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Default Re: Eucharist per day and Sunday

A day is a 24 hour period from midnight to midnight and they are named. So you could say, recieve at a 10 am wedding on Saturday, recieve again at a vigil mass sat night. Wake up and recieve at the 8 am Sunday and again at the 7pm Sunday night.....
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Old Aug 12, '17, 10:40 pm
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I think what I really want to know is that, in terms of counting the Per-day Eurcharist, is the anticipation mass on Saturday count as Sunday count or Saturday count, even though I am fully aware that will satisfy the Sunday obligation?
Saturday evening Mass fulfills the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday. It is not the Sunday Mass.

If you go on Saturday night, you do not need to attend on Sunday, but you could receive the Eucharist on Sunday twice; the second time on Sunday would need to be at a Mass. And since there generally are not a lot of Communion services on Sundays followed by <***, it would most likely mean you attended two Masses.
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Old Aug 12, '17, 11:22 pm
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Default Re: Eucharist per day and Sunday

Okay, thanks.

Yes, I know I do not need to attend the mass on Sunday, but I just want to understand TLM more. That, and is a good way to introduce myself to the FSSP parish. (They have fellowship afterward)
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I think what I really want to know is that, in terms of counting the Per-day Eurcharist, is the anticipation mass on Saturday count as Sunday count or Saturday count, even though I am fully aware that will satisfy the Sunday obligation?
There is no obligation to receive communion on Sunday or on holy days of obligation.
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