I have a question and I am not sure where to post it. And I am not trying to bash anyone just looking for an answer to an argument I have been seeing going on. Person A says the catholic church can not deny communion to anyone who openly and publicly supports homosexuality, gay marriage and abortions. Person B says that communion is suppose to be denied if person A doesn’t change their beliefs and actions on the subject. Person B also says that if the priest speaks to person A and they do not change communion should be denied but if the priest doesn’t do this and allows it then the priest is suppose to be talked to be his higher ups about the issue and removed if he doesn’t change and stop the others as well.
I am not Catholic and have no idea but this is a raging debate here in my area. One church is pretty strict in teachers and the other one is very liberal and very open in publicly supporting these things. So what should be done about this argument going on between two churches ?
Thank you all for educating me on this, as I stated I am not catholic and seeing two extremes really has me confused.