Kiko understands "lex orandi lex credendi" better than we do. He understands that practice begets, or rather, shapes belief. And he believes something absolutely different than the Church does. This is why you place yourself in danger every time you attend a "mass" by a neo-presbyter.
"...with a deepening understanding of the truth of the eucharistic mystery, of its power and of the presence of Christ in it, there came a greater feeling of reverence towards this sacrament and a deeper humility was felt to be demanded when receiving it. Thus the custom was established of the minister placing a particle of consecrated bread on the tongue of the communicant."
This method of distributing holy communion must be retained, taking the present situation of the Church in the entire world into account, not merely because it has many centuries of-tradition behind it, but especially because it expresses the faithful's reverence for the Eucharist. The custom does not detract in any way from the personal dignity of those who approach this great sacrament: it is part of that preparation that is needed for the most fruitful reception of the Body of the Lord.
This reverence shows that it is not a sharing in "ordinary bread and wine" that is involved, but in the Body and Blood of the Lord, through which "The people of God share the benefits of the Paschal Sacrifice, renew the New Covenant which God has made with man once for all through the Blood of Christ, and in faith and hope foreshadow and anticipate the eschatological banquet in the kingdom of the Father."
Further, the practice which must be considered traditional ensures, more effectively, that holy communion is distributed with the proper respect, decorum and dignity. It removes the danger of profanation of the sacred species, in which "in a unique way, Christ, God and man, is present whole and entire, substantially and continually." Lastly, it ensures that diligent carefulness about the fragments of consecrated bread which the Church has always recommended: "What you have allowed to drop, think of it as though you had lost one of your own members."
- Receive communion on the tongue even if standing.
- Receive it kneeling where possible.
- Keep your head bowed and hands folded (just like sister taught you) as you return to your pew (i.e. STOP the "visiting")!
- Come early to Mass and say the rosary.
- Stay after Mass, head bowed, in thanksgiving.
- Take your conversations and greetings OUTSIDE when Mass is over. Let those who want to stay behind and reverence Almighty God as they should do it in silence.
- Genuflect before the tabernacle on your way in and out of the church - no matter where it is.
- Go to confession at least every two weeks.
- Get a missal and get to know the Mass. A good missal also has great prayers for before and after communion, as well as other important prayers. And some have summaries of the faith.
- Musicians, try not to do a "meditation" song. Let there be a long silence after communion so there can be a real meditation.
- Stay kneeling during the consecration and after you receive communion.
- Strike your breast at the consecration and at the "Lord I am not worthy."
- Do not receive communion if you are in a state of mortal sin. And if you are not sure, go to confession.
- And most important, when you do receive communion, make sure that you are receiving the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ and and not just a piece of bread. Stay away from neo-ordained presbyters. Unless they can show us in Kiko's catechetical directory that they believe in the One Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and that Jesus is Himself the One Sacrifice and fully present in the consecrated species, find another parish and another priest. Your soul and your salvation may depend on it.