Where I help out on Sundays we are planning on adding “houseling” cloths, cloths over the Communion rail.
The Communion rail is used at the parish for all Masses. It is wonderful how smoothly, quickly and reverently Communion time goes.
Here is where you readers come in.
If your parish has Communion rail cloths, would you send me photos of how they attach to the Communion rail?
At my home parish in St. Paul, St. Agnes, you can see the cloths hanging behind the rail (which is used). I remember how they are attached (loops on the cloth on hooks).
I have some ideas about how they may be deployed, but I am interested in practical solutions others have adopted.
They are turned over the rail at about the time of the Our Father. This is from the (true) LMS site from few years ago at Ss. Trinità dei Pellegrini. HERE
They are returned to their “dormant” position after Communion.
Thanks in advance.