Is nondenominational baptisms accepted in Roman Catholic?
Yes, as long as it was done with proper intent and CHRISTIAN non-denomination. It should also be documented. Further it must be in the name of the Trinity and the water must actually flow on the person.
If you are Roman Catholic can you receive a nondenominational ordination as a minister and still get married?
If you are ordained in another religion you cease to be a Catholic. You are free to marry but not in a Catholic church.
Roman Catholic Answer Some do, but most Churches just have a baptismal Font.
Roman Catholic Answer I believe that Anglican baptisms are accepted as valid by the Church, your child would not need to be baptized again. Speak to your priest about this, depending on your child's age, they may not need to do anything.
Roman Catholic Answer Yes, any Baptism done with the correct formula and intention, by anybody, is valid, and thus accepted by the Church.
No, because Christians can only be baptized once, as we say in the Creed: "I acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins." The Pope has stated that he accepts all Orthodox baptisms as valid, but not all Orthodox churches accept Roman Catholic baptisms as being valid (because Catholics sprinkle with water, rather than fully immerse), so a child baptized in an Orthodox Church would be accepted as valid by both.
Roman Catholic Church If you are referring to the "American Catholic Church", like any protestant "church" their baptisms are recognized as long as they are done with water, with the formula "I baptize you, N, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit; with the intention of doing what the Church does.
Roman Catholic Answer All of them, Jesus Himself always delegated the actual baptisms to his apostles.
Roman Catholic Answer By being sponsored by your local parish priest, accepted by the seminary, completing your degree at the seminary, being accepted by your bishop, and then by the people at your ordination.
Baptisms take place at a church so a priest or someone who works there can baptise the child with holy water and make whoever wants to be the nina or nino to be the childs nina and nino. Roman Catholic Answer Baptisms normally take place in a Church, although in an emergency (danger of death) anyone may baptise anywhere.
no, not one!
I believe that the Roman Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination. The fastest growing Christian 'branch' is the 'nondenominational' branch. (This 'branch' doesn't claim to have a denominational title, but are simply called Christians).
While similar to the Catholic religion, they are not Catholic as they do not accept the authority of the pope and also allow for married clergy.
The Roman Catholic EMpire spread throughout Europe widely and fast, almost like contagious diffusion. Although it was not accepted by all along the way.
You contact your local Catholic parish and enroll in the RCIA program. After sufficient study, you will be accepted into the church at a special ceremony.
Yes it recognizes all Christian Baptisms that pour water with the words "I baptize you in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
You have to be a good Catholic, prepare yourself by study, and have to have been accepted by the Bishop. You may then receive Holy Orders.
Could it happen? Yes, if the Lutheran didn't know any better and the Catholic officiant mistakenly thought the Lutheran was Catholic. Is it common and accepted practice? No.
Unsure of what you mean by accepted. The Old Catholic Orthodox Church is NOT in communion with the Vatican and is not part of the Catholic Church (Under the authority of the Pope). REPLY As far as I know The Old Catholic Orthodox Church does not needs to be accepted andor aproved by the Roman Catholic Church. God(Previous answer from some Catholic) Updated Answer(From an agnodiestic): The idea of Christianity has been around long before… Read More
The one holy Catholic and Apostolic church is there for all as Christ intended when he said to the Apostles - go teach all nations. Many members of the Catholic church today came via other Christian denominations. Before being accepted into the Catholic church one must be familiar with the teachings (Magisterium) of the church and must go through a course known as the RCIA (roman catholic initiation for adults). A person must have been… Read More
Generally by "chrismation" -- the anointing with blessed oil that represents the gift of the Holy Spirit. In some Orthodox jurisdictions, Roman Catholic converts are also baptized. The bishop decides whether baptism is necessary.
If you are catholic and your mother is not can you commit the act of cremation because of her wishes?
Yes, cremation has been for some time accepted by Roman Catholic Church, is not uncommon in recent years. Hope this helps you.
No way to answer, many of the Roman Mystery Religions that preceded Christianity performed baptisms.
Is a marriage in the polish national Catholic church accepted by the roman Catholic church where man is Roman Catholic and woman is Polish national Catholic?
Yes, absolutely. The Roman Catholic church considers the marriage of any man and woman who are both baptized Christian, irregardless of specific faith, as being a sacramental marriage. This means it is allowed the supernatural graces by God to the couple who now have a vocation to leading each other to eternal life together. You may also want to check on the Polish National Catholic church. It may very well be in union with the… Read More
Yes, but not unless the marriage is annulled. If the woman was Catholic and married by a Justice of the Peace with no church involvement, then the nullity is straightforward; however if she was married in a Catholic service the nullity is a long process; and there is no guarantee of acceptance as her past history will be under scrutiny. Roman Catholic Answer If you are asking what the question reads, then, no, you can… Read More
Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially accepted by the Roman empire in the fourth century. Christianity was officially… Read More
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Baptisms are performed by Priests (who are all Catholic). However, if you are asking can non-catholic parents have their child baptized Catholic the answer is generally no. One of the elements of Baptism of infants is that parents and the congregation agree to stand witness and to help the child grow in the faith of the Church. If the parents are non-catholic this would be almost impossible. The Roman Catholic Church would recommend that the… Read More
The most common declaration of faith for Christians is the Apostle's Creed, which is accepted in the Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches.
Roman Catholic Answer Roman Catholic is a Church, it is in all cultures.
Roman Catholic Answer You are probably not going to believe this, but the pope of the Roman Catholic Church is actually a Roman Catholic.
a christening is when a baby or infant gets baptised. the denominations that do christenings are; Chruch of England (C of E) Roman Catholic chruches hope this helps there may be more but i am not sure and this all i could find
To be accepted i the Roman army as man had to be freeborn and physically and mentally sound.
If you are talking about the singer Shakira, yes she is Roman Catholic she was born roman catholic and she went to a catholic school.
Not really, although some Greek Orthodox accept them by 'economia' which means by dispensation or by making an exception to the rule. However, many Orthodox do not regard a Catholic baptism as valid, because Roman Catholics no longer baptize; they now sprinkle with water. The word baptize comes from the Greek word 'baptizma' which means to immerse and completely cover in water. Sprinkling with water is called 'aspersion', but it is not the same as… Read More
There are Roman Catholic churches, basilicas, chapels, cathedrals, etc.
Then baptize in Roman Catholic... I don't see the question.
You would use the phrase Roman Catholic Church as a noun, because it's a name. For example, "The Roman Catholic Church is headquarted in Vatacin City" or "John is a member of the Roman Catholic Church". Tip: there is no Roman Catholic Church. It is the Catholic Church. . Catholic Answer Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is rarely used by the… Read More
You would use the phrase Roman Catholic Church as a noun, because it's a name. For example, "The Roman Catholic Church is headquarted in Vatacin City" or "John is a member of the Roman Catholic Church". Tip: there is no Roman Catholic Church. It is the Catholic Church.
Roman Catholic Answer The baptismal font is used for Baptisms. In the older Churches (first millennium) the Baptismal font was in a Baptistery which was practically a separate building or room off the front of the Church. Many churches today are trying to get back to that with the Baptismal font near the entrance of the Church to symbolize that this is the way that one enters the Church, but in Churches build in the… Read More
There is no "Roman" Catholic Church, the Roman was added as a slur against the Catholic Church in England after the protestant revolt. Why anyone would think breaking with the Church would be a good thing is a very puzzling matter, most of them were so enamored of their personal sin that they made up a Church that accepted them as they were, so that they didn't have to change their behavior as the Christian… Read More
He is thought to be roman catholic. However no one really knows but he was baptized roman catholic
"Roman Catholic" is actually a misnomer. A Catholic is a Catholic. The term Roman was tagged on to Catholic because their leader or pope has his headquarters in Vatican City which is in Rome.
He is roman catholic. He is roman catholic.
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No, they are Roman Catholic
The first Roman emperor, Octavian, accepted the title, Augustus, which was given to him by the senate. The first Roman emperor, Octavian, accepted the title, Augustus, which was given to him by the senate. The first Roman emperor, Octavian, accepted the title, Augustus, which was given to him by the senate. The first Roman emperor, Octavian, accepted the title, Augustus, which was given to him by the senate. The first Roman emperor, Octavian, accepted the… Read More
Roman Catholic Answer Unsurprisingly, the seat of power for the Roman Empire and the Roman Catholic Church was Rome.
If a Catholic is divorced legally but not through the church and then marries a divorced non-Catholic what must they do to be accepted into the Roman Catholic church?
Both persons' first marriages must be annulled by Church, and then the couple must marry with a Catholic ceremony. If either of the first marriages are found valid by the Church and are not annulled, then the Catholic and divorced non-Catholic cannot validly marry in the eyes of the Church.
Emperor Constantine started in the Roman Mytholical Religion, but converted to Catholicism before his death. By the way, there is no "Roman Catholic." It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church.
No, there is no Saint Corinne, nor for that matter is there a "Roman Catholic Church". It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church.