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Can Non Catholics Go To Confession?

The Catholic Church is very welcoming of people from all faiths and backgrounds. If you are non-catholic, you can attend mass. Can non Catholics go to confession though? Just because you can go to church doesn’t mean that you can partake in all activities. The biggest no-no for non-Catholics is receiving the Eucharist. The Holy … Read more

Why Is Communion So Sacred?

Can Divorced Catholics Receive Communion?

Catholics (and most other Christians) participate in the Holy Communion to remember the body and blood of Jesus and to signify the New Covenant. Can divorced Catholics receive communion though? Communion As A Sacred Act It was Jesus who set out the ordinance in Mathew Chapter 26. “And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, … Read more

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How Long Is A Catholic Funeral Mass?

Roman Catholics much like other Christian denominations believe in life after death. Nowhere is this clearly demonstrated than in funeral Masses. The prayers for the deceased and more so the content of these prayers and the songs that accompany them reveal a deep seated belief system in the afterlife. Funeral Masses are held in church-settings … Read more

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What Do You Wear to A Catholic Funeral?

Funerals whether catholic or not, are considered sober occasions which deserve respect in both the atmosphere (read our article on significance of incense) and the attire. The Catholic Church has a tradition that guides the conduct of affairs including dressing in funerals. So what do you wear to a Catholic funeral? Generally, funeral attire should … Read more

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