Priests' Communion League
Association of priests founded at Rome in 1906 under the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament, and elevated to an arch-confraternity by Pope Pius X.
Its purpose is to spread the practise of frequent and daily Communion among the faithful.
The requirements for entering the league are:
Special privileges and indulgences are enjoyed by the members of this association, and persons confessing to priests in the league may gain a weekly plenary indulgence provided they communicate very often.
- to have one's name inscribed on the register of the league
- to pledge oneself to promote the habit of frequent Communion
- to subscribe for the magazine Emmanuel edited by the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament
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