As long as you are a baptized Catholic in good standing (i.e. no public scandal) and you intend to marry another Catholic, you may be married. Having received your First Communion is not necessary in order to be married in the Church, although it might be a fine thing to do in order to better participate in your nuptial Mass.
No, a Catholic may not receive Communion if he or she were not married in a Catholic Church. To be in full communion with the Church the couple must first regularize their marriage with the Church.
Yes, it is possible and it is not proper to use the word "Get". It is "Receive" Communion.
As long as this Catholic is living chastely and has confessed any mortal sins he might have he is free to receive communion.
No, it is not in communion with the Catholic Church.
No, this person needs to regularize their wedding with the Catholic Church before receiving communion.
A Catholic who marries outside the Catholic Church is in a state of sin, and should not receive Holy Communion until they regularize their marriage.
No, a Catholic should not receive communion in anything but a Catholic Church.
Because one of the reasons for receiving Holy Communion in the Catholic Church is to publicly show your communion with the Catholic Church. Non-Catholics are not in communion with the Catholic Church and therefore cannot receive Holy Communion.
No. You are in a state of mortal sin.
No, one must be a Catholic or Orthodox to receive communion in a Catholic Church.
No, Episcopalians may not receive communion in a Catholic church.
Yes, if in the state of grace and not divorced from a previous catholic marriage
Yes, certainly, as long as you are in the state of grace
I went to a catholic wedding but they did not have the communion part of the mass is this ok?
Nobody can take Holy Communion in a Catholic Church, you may only receive Holy Communion from the priest, and then only if you have been baptized in the Catholic Church and previously made your first Confession and First Holy Communion. Bottom line? An Anglican may not take communion in a Catholic Church.
.Catholic AnswerOf course not, an Anglican is a protestant, a Catholic Church is Catholic. An Anglican may receive Holy Communion in a Catholic Church after completing RCIA classes and being brought into the Church at the Easter Vigil, but if they wish to remain an Anglican, they are, by that very fact, proclaiming that they are not in communion with the Catholic Church, so to receive Holy Communion in a Catholic Church would be a lie and dangerous to their spiritual well-being. Aside from all that, Catholics to not "take" Holy Communion, they "receive" Holy Communion.
If the child has been accepted into the Catholic Church and is being raised as a Catholic he/she may receive their First Holy Communion in a Catholic Church.
An Episcoplain cannot be confirmed in the Catholic church without entering into full communion, which means communion in the Cathoolci church and change of religion to Catholic throughthe RCIA program. So I do not understand how this could be. At any rate, an Episcopalian or any other denomination cannot receive communion in the Catholic church at this time
You can receive communion as a Catholic if you are in a state of grace. Marrying a non-Catholic without a dispensation (permission from your bishop) is a sin and you would not be able to receive Holy Communion until you have separated from your wife or had the marriage recognized by the Church.
Aidan of Lindisfarne is honored in the Catholic Church, and also in the Anglican Communion, the Episcopal Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Lutheran Church, so it is possible that a church named after him could be Catholic or of another denomination.
No, the Church requires that a sponsor be a practicing Catholic. A person married outside the Church would not be in full communion with the Church and could not be a sponsor.
This is a difficult question to dissect. I think what you mean is that a Catholic gets married to a Non-Catholic in a Civil Ceremony and then sometime later wants to receive Communion. Any Catholic can receive Communion and should, as long as they are not aware of any mortal sin. In this situation, Catholics must be married in the Catholic Church or receive a dispensation to be married elsewhere. If this is not done, it is a grave offense (mortal sin) and a confession is required before going to Communion again.
The Catholic Church has Holy Communion every day of the year, at every Mass.
Yes! if you feel assure in the Catholic church,but it is not allowed if you do not want to receive Christ through communion.
No, the person or couple needs to regularize their marriage in the Catholic Church. The Church does not recognize a civil marriage. Talk with the parish priest.