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No, unless they are willing to come into the Roman Catholic church. If they don't know that it is wrong then it is not a sin though.AnswerNo they cannot, despite the fact that the Catholic Church recognises baptism in other denominations as long as it is in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.Along with a few other doctrines from which the Catholic Church will not retract, this exclusive and divisive ban on receiving the sacrament of Holy Communion in the Catholic Church for non-Catholics is THE one great stumbling block to ecumenism - especially as almost all other denominations welcome communicant members of other denominations to their own tables with open arms.

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