Oki this has probably been discussed a million times…but…
I just found this in another thread, from the Baltimore Catechism:
A little piece that you could scarcely see would be the body of Our Lord. However, the particle that is given to the people is about the size of a twenty-five cent piece, so that they can swallow it before it melts. In receiving Holy Communion you must never let it entirely dissolve in your mouth, for if you do not swallow it you will not receive Holy Communion at all.
so what should we do?
Should we let the Host dissolve only a tiny bit in the mouth and then chew it? or what?
I’m receiving the Eucharist on the first time on Easter so I want to do it right