If a consecrated daughter of a priest or a deacon has sinned, she should receive communion only before death
If a consecrated daughter of a bishop, or a presbyter, or a deacon has sinned and married, and her father or mother has accepted her because of love, they should be excommunicated, and let the father know that he shall give an account of these things in the council. The woman shall not be admitted to communion unless she does penance after the death of her husband; if, however, she left him during his life, did penance and asked for a communion, she should receive communion on her deathbed.
(trans. by M. Szada)