RIP Rossweisse, HellHost and long-time Shipmate.
Please see the thread in All Saints remembering her.
Eucharistic Reservation in the current day Church of England
Many years ago I read a novel about a rural parish in England where the parish priest was in trouble with his bishop over his practice of reserving the sacrament. He was also considered a bit of an odd ball by his parishioners for wanting to celebrate the Eucharist on a daily basis, but they loved him so made sure every day someone was in church so he could celebrate. (by the way if anyone recognizes this book and the author, please enlighten me as I would love to read it again, but can't seem to remember title or author.). I know that neither of these is controversial in the present day, but how common are they? Are they usual in the evangelical wing of the church? Encouraged or discouraged?