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Quick Questions Should children make their first confession before or after receiving First Communion?
Quick Questions Can you tell me who (if anyone) is supposed to read the gospel and give a homily at Communion services?
Quick Questions Is Jesus' command to drink his blood a violation of God's law?
Quick Questions If the Bible says we are only to follow God's Commandments, how can the Church require its members to follow man-made precepts?
Quick Questions Doesn't 1 Corinthians tell us that Jesus' glorified body has no blood?
Quick Questions Can you help me explain transubstantiation, supererogation, and the temporal power of the pope?
Quick Questions Can the cannibalism charge be true?
Quick Questions Is it lawful for a layperson to officiate at a Communion service? If so, is it lawful for a layperson to give a homily during this Communion service?
Quick Questions A Protestant friend said that Augustine did not believe in transubstantiation. Is this true?
Quick Questions What should I do about someone who refuses to go to confession before receiving the Eucharist?
Quick Questions Is Jesus present for 15 minutes after we receive him in the Eucharist?
Quick Questions Should the wine be poured into chalices before the Consecration?
Quick Questions Doesn't being Catholic mean that one should accept the Church's teachings without publicly disagreeing?
Quick Questions Should first confession be held after First Communion, and did the Church change the form of confession?
Quick Questions Was it a valid consecration if the priest used leavened bread?
Quick Questions A Protestant told me that our eucharistic ritual is invalid because Catholics don't use real bread. How can I respond?
Quick Questions Can a priest order us to stand when receiving Communion?
Quick Questions What does the Church teach about Catholics receiving Communion in an Eastern Orthodox Church and participating in its liturgy?
Quick Questions Are we close to the kingdom of God when we receive the Eucharist?
Quick Questions How do you respond to Traditionalist claims that the use of "for all" in the consecration invalidates the Mass?