Do's and don't's of Catholicism?
The short answer to Do's of Catholicism would be:
To Follow The Precepts of the Church:
1. Attend Mass on Sundays and on Holy Days of Obligation.
2. Confess your sins at least once a year.
3. Receive Communion at least once a year at Easter.
4. Observe Days of Fasting and Abstinence.
5. Support the Church.
Morning Offering, Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, and the Angel of God (more can be added).
The short answer to Dont's of Catholicism would be: Do not do anything not on the list! (that was a joke!) You get the idea.
However, you must know that volumes can be, and have been written, about this very subject. The most important thing is live a Christian life, proclaim the Gospel at all times, and use words when needed.
The informal use of the apostrophe to form certain plurals (such as do's) cannot be similarly used for don't. The competing forms are: dos and don'ts - where the plural dos can appear unusual do's and don'ts - which is clearer but may be deemed technically incorrect (Using dos and donts is a third option because the intent is obvious despite the spellings.)
dos and donts of 1665 plague... do... bury the dead far underground stay away from victims of the plague where the plague doctors outfit if you are a plague doctor where herbs and spices don't.. go out at night when the plague victims do have contact with victims have contact with others if you have the plague
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