Anyone can be an attendant at Catholic wedding.
Yes. I'm catholic and I have been to many non-catholic weddings.
There is no requirement except for two witnesses - they can be of any faith, it does not matter
A Catholic wedding ceremony will differ from parish to parish. Most Catholic wedding ceremonies are very much like a standard wedding ceremony. Many Catholic wedding ceremonies include the sacraments.
Of course. A wedding is about and for the people getting married, and the Catholic God most certainly understands your attendance at a non-Catholic wedding.
Roman Catholic AnswerUnder certain circumstances. If it is a non-Catholic religious ceremony (another church or whatever) then no, you may attend a non-Catholic religious ceremony as an observer only but in no way participate. If it is a civil ceremony where neither party is a Catholic, then yes. For specifics, consult your parish priest.
The Catholic Church does not prohibit Catholics from attending a Mormon wedding.
A Catholic is allowed to attend a non-Catholic wedding but may not participate in communion if that is part of the service. If the Catholic is asked to be a part of the wedding party (eg: best man, etc.) it is best to check with your Catholic pastor first.
Everyone is allowed to attend a catholic wedding. There aren't any rules specified as to who should attend the wedding or not.
In a Catholic Church.
Anyone, whether catholic or not
There is no difference, Catholics are Christians, if you are asking about the difference between a particular protestant wedding and a Christian Catholic wedding, then you should ask that.
No different than a catholic wedding.
A Roman Catholic can have a Roman Catholic wedding if he or she received an annullment for their marriage or their spouse died.
Not if you're not a Catholic yourself.
No, a Catholic wedding is a sacrament and, by canon law, must be celebrated in a Church that has been consecrated by a Catholic Bishop.
Yes, a Catholic may attend a Protestant wedding but not as a witness - best man, etc.
Catholic Priests wear their ring on their wedding finger on their left hand.
St Vincent Catholic Church
* If you are two different faiths, then you could have a Catholic Wedding and then have the wedding of your faith. This is generally done if there is a problem between the bride and grooms parents regarding religious beliefs.
A best man is a primary attendant to a groom in a wedding ceremony.
yes you can