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Yes, Roman Catholics may worship and receive the sacraments in a Ukrainian Catholic Church and Ukrainian Catholics may do the same in a Roman Catholic Church. The Ukrainian Catholic Church is in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church and recognizes the pope as the leader of the Church.

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Yes. The Ukrainian Catholic Church is in union with Rome and their Mass and sacraments are valid.

Yes. Although the church frowns upon divorce, the divorced Catholic remains a Catholic and can continue to receive all the sacraments, unless the Catholic remarries without formal permission of the Church (annulment).

Because one of the seven sacraments is marriage, which catholic priests are not able to "receive" because of their celibacy vows.

Yes, you must be baptized to receive the other sacraments. The three sacraments of initiation are Baptism, Confirmation and Holy Communion. Baptism is the sacrament that makes a person officially a Catholic. To receive any of the other sacraments one must be a Catholic. In other words, baptized.

Roman Catholic AnswerBecause without Baptism, you can not validly receive any of the other sacraments.

If you are still young, you can attend classes called CCD. If you are in adulthood, most Catholic churches offer RCIA (The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) classes which take you through the main sacraments.

Yes, a Catholic may "go to" an Anglican service, but no they may not receive any sacraments, nor will it satisfy the requirement to attend Mass on Sunday (or Saturday night) .Canon Law states in 884.1 that Catholics may receive the sacraments from Catholic ministers, and Catholic ministers may administer Catholic sacraments only to Catholics.Having said this, Canon Law provides that some non-Catholic denominations have valid sacraments, but the Anglican and Episcopal Church are not among them.

It depends; for a Catholic if you are a baby you can only receive one sacrament at a time. If you are an adult and a practicing Catholic you most likely receive all of them at the same time. Answer: Baptism, Holy Orders and Matrimony are the sacraments that can be received only once in the Roman Catholic Church.

They can, under specific circumstances. The ability to receive sacraments is determined by: - how the initial marriage(s) was dissolved - how the current marriage was arranged - how the individuals live their lives. If your initial marriages were appropriately dissolved by the church See document "Annulment and Dissolution of Marriage in the Catholic Church" referenced below If you live according to Catholic principles If you were correctly married in the catholic church Then you can receive the sacraments.

To always remain faithful to Church teachings and receive the Sacraments.

.Roman Catholic AnswerChristians want to receive the seven Sacraments because they are a gift from Our Blessed Lord, Himself, instituted to give us Grace, in order to be saved.

Since the Catholic Church recognizes the sacraments of the Orthodox Church to be valid, yes, you could receive communion but only if it would be impossible for you to assist at a Catholic Mass.

Confession is one of the seven sacraments. Under normal circumstances only people who are in full communion with the See of Peter (ie. Roman Catholics) can receive the sacraments.

As long as the person remains separated and does not remarry, he/she is able to receive the sacraments. The Catholic Church does not recognize divorce.

Receive the sacraments regularly. Know Jesus, read the Bible, study the faith, etc.

No, the ashes are sacramentals, akin to holy water or scapulars, and not sacraments. Anyone who believes in their use and can benefit from them is welcome to receive them.

It is possible. Even though he is not Catholic, as a baptized Christian there are certain cases where he could legitimately receive sacraments from a Catholic minister. (See canon 844.4, for example). However, whether he ever actually has done so? Not sure...

Catholics without sin having recent confessions can receive the sacraments.

No, to have a valid marriage one must be married in the Catholic Church. Without a valid marriage the co-habitation and intercourse between the civilally marriage couple is seen as sinful, and therefore he cannot receive the sacraments of Penance, Holy Eucharist or Annointing of the Sick (unless at the time of death). He will, however, be required to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days. If the woman gets her first marriage annulled and then marries the Catholic man inside the Catholic Church, then it is a valid marriage and the Catholic man can receive the sacraments.

Yes. Sometimes it is not possible for a person to receive last sacraments (viaticum, anointing of the sick). That does not prevent them from a Catholic Funeral. As Catholics, in good standing, it is totally appropriate for them to have a Catholic burial.

Holy Orders is one of the sacraments that is received by a man when they are ordained to the Roman Catholic Priesthood

Yes he can but the marriage will not be recognized by the Catholic Church and the person cannot receive sacraments in the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church considers that the person is living in an adulterous relationship.

Roman Catholic AnswerThe sacraments are the normal way in which God gives sanctifying grace to His people. You can not receive any of the sacraments without Baptism. In the normal course of life, you can not receive salvation and enter heaven without baptism, penance, and Holy Communion as you go through your life. You don't exactly utilize them, you receive them as gracious gifts from the Almighty - if you receive them worthily. For instance St. Paul points out that receiving the Most Holy Eucharist unworthily is eating your own condemnation. To put it in one sentence, the effects of worthily receiving the sacraments is eternal life in heaven with God, the effect of not receiving the sacraments (or receiving them in an unworthy manner) is eternal torment in hell.