Reno Omokri kicks as Catholic priests enforces ‘No PVC, No communion’ rule

Popular Nigerian writer and human right activist, Reno Omokri has finally reacted to the plans of a Catholic priest to enforce the ”No PVC no Communion” rule in his parish.


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However, The clergyman, Fr. Cyriacus Kamai had made this known on his Twitter handle. Check the caption below;

Responding to the tweet on one of his social media pages, Reno hints that the church should not be affiliated to politics. Check the post below as captured by glamsquad,


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But honestly, should we be politicising the Holy Communion? I am not sure the Pope would approve of this. The Catholic Church that I know was a apolitical. If you meet the 5 conditions for receiving the Holy Eucharist, no priest should deny you of partaking in such a sacred rite, even if you have no PVC.

To the best of my knowledge, the five conditions for a professing Catholic to receive the Catholic Holy Communion are:

1. You must be in a state of grace.
2. You must have been to confession since your last mortal sin.
3. You must believe in Church doctrine regarding Transubstantiation.
4. You must observe the Eucharist Fast.
5. You must not have been excommunicated, or otherwise censured by the Catholic Church.

Once you meet the five conditions listed above, why would any priest deny you the right to take Communion because you do not have a PVC?

I am being objective here. I said the same thing when the RCCG set up a political directorate. Before we allow religious organisations push political agendas, we must realise that there are other religions in Nigeria, who have the capacity to play this game. Let us not start what we cannot finish!”

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