I would like to commend a few parishioners from Nativity Church. On 13 July, I was at Nativity for evening mass. There were 2 ladies who were not Catholic but went up to queue for the Eucharist. After they received the Eucharist they held it in their hand, unsure what to do with it.
One of the altar servers, upon noticing that the second lady did not consume the Eucharist, immediately approached her to retrieve the Eucharist and return it to the priest. Moments later, another parishioner also noticed that the first lady had not consumed the Eucharist and returned the Eucharist to the priest. Afterwards, the priest also announced a reminder that non-Catholics are not allowed to consume the Eucharist. I commend everyone for their alertness which upheld the reverence towards the Eucharist.
Liu Yuquan Shaun