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Quick Questions May a person who is divorced but not remarried receive Communion?
Quick Questions Can someone who has committed a mortal sin receive Communion if he makes a perfect act of contrition?
Quick Questions Must we confess before receiving Communion because God cannot be in the presence of sin?
Quick Questions How did the Church decided that seven is the age of reason and the age for First Communion?
Quick Questions Do the Episcopalian and Orthodox churches have the Real Presence in the Eucharist?
Quick Questions Is it all right to attend Mass and receive Communion twice in one day?
Quick Questions I didn't arrive at Mass until the Consecration. Was I right to refrain from Communion?
Quick Questions What is the rule is for non-Catholics to receive the Eucharist?
Quick Questions What must a person do to receive the Eucharist after divorce if there is no remarriage? Is this reason not to receive Communion?
Quick Questions Should I receive if I have an unconfessed mortal sin on my conscience?
Quick Questions Is "Eucharistic Minister" the correct title for a layperson who distributes the Eucharist at Mass?
Quick Questions What is the name of the plate held by altar servers during Communion?
Quick Questions May a woman who remarried outside the Church receive a dispensation to receive Communion?
Quick Questions Can a divorced person without a Church annulment participate in the sacraments?
Quick Questions Can commercial-grade wine be used at Mass, or must the Church use specially made liturgical wine?
Quick Questions Is it acceptable for the priest to remain seated while a layman distributes Communion?
Quick Questions When considering whether to receive Communion, what constitutes a "grave reason" and "opportunity to confess"?
Quick Questions What must a person do to receive the Eucharist after divorce if there is no remarriage? Is this reason not to receive Communion?
Quick Questions Shouldn't everyone assume the same postures at Mass as a sign of unity?
Quick Questions Does "consubstantiation" have anything to do with Jesus having two natures?