Ok, I understand this is a complicated issue and it would take too long to go into all the details right now so, I will try to summarize for now. My husband has a desire to be baptized, wishes to enter and be in full communion with the Church, as do I. (I was baptized as a child and received first communion, had to leave Catholic school before I was able to be confirmed, now re-entering the church). We both completed the RCAI program but, due to an annulment issue, he was refused baptism and we both must wait to receive the Eucharist until the annulment is complete and we are married in the Church. This was difficult to understand but, we have come to terms with it and have accepted it and are happy to wait. The problem is, I was speaking with another lady today who attended RCAI with us. She asked why we cannot receive the Eucharist. I explained to her our situation. She seemed puzzled. She too had not been baptized, was and is still in the process of an annulment and is not married to the man she is living with and is pregnant by. They allowed her to get baptized and receive all her sacraments this past Easter vigil and they are both receiving the Eucharist each Sunday. Yet, my husband cannot get baptized and we are both made to sit out during communion.
Before I go confront our pastor, is there something I may be missing here, or has there been a grave mistake?