After the Divine Liturgy of the Elevation of the Cross this morning, our priest admonished the faithful by reminding them of the parable where Jesus said that he will separate the sheep from the goats, with the sheep on his right. And he said, "likewise, when you approach the chalice, approach it from the right."
I didn't understand what he was referring to here. Obviously people were approaching it from the left, which is not proper to do. Is he referring to his right, as he is facing us? And what does he mean by "approach from the right" exactly?