[quote="Monica4316, post:3, topic:237298"]
so no third time, if I happen to be at Mass?
I'm not an advocate of multiple communions, (far from it, as my posts in other threads will show) but even I wouldn't sweat this one.
Whereas the Easter Vigil Mass fulfills the Latin "obligation" for the feast, there is no "obligation" to attend it. Even in the "old"days" when communion was allowed only once in a day, a person was free to receive at the Easter Vigil Mass and again at Mass during Easter Sunday itself. The rule now is twice (although even that is subject to some interpretation: many, if not most, canon lawyers say the twice applies only insofar as circumstances call for it to be twice -- e.g., a wedding, a funeral, a special commemorative Mass, etc -- but the norm is still once). Even so, I would consider the Vigil Mass a "freebie" as it were, based on precedent. In the case presented, both the DL and EF (since it'd be your farewell Mass there) on Sunday morning would qualify under the "circumstance" exceptions. One would count as the first and the other as the second.
Hope this wasn't too confusing. :)