I’m very upset and i would like to get some feed back on this… My daughter and I attended a church service, the night of my mother’s passing - after praying rosary etc.
After a very emotional day to say the least, we both wanted to take communion at the service. As I approached, the priest asked me a question which I could not hear and I said “Amen” he asked again, this time I heard him in spanish; When was your last confession? it took me by surprise and all i said was “amen”, he reluctently give me communion. As, I came back to my seat, my daughter was approaching him, (she does not speak Spanish) He asked her when was your last confession?
She could not answer him and he refused to give her communion or a blessing… I was very shocked… as our intent was to immediately take confession at our perish… I feel this was wrong of him to refuse her communion, I was going to approach him after a very “quick” service but he stormed off into the back… As of today, I’m still very upset.
There were people at that service that were not catholic and also homosexual and he gave them all communion… but he had already decided not to give me daughter communion before she even made it to the alter - as he immediately asked her about her last confession - he never asked anyone of the other people… why??? Can someone give him input…