Can a Protestant go to a Catholic church?
Yes, a Protestant is very welcome in a Catholic Church/at a Catholic Mass, but they are not permitted to receive the Eucharist, or communion..
Can an orthodox marry a Protestant?
Canon law states that marriage can only between Orthodox. However, ekonomia is often invoked to allow for variations. So, generally speaking the requirement is that the heterodox person have been baptized properly and benof a trintsrian persuasion.
Can a Catholic and Methodist get married?
Technically, marriages between a Catholic and a baptized Christian who is not in full communion with the Catholic Church (Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, etc.) are called mixed marriages. Marriages between Roman Catholics and Eastern Catholics are not mixed marriages.
Is it a sin for a Catholic to take communion in a Protestant church?
That can be summarised simply. Catholics should never take Communion in a Protestant church, and Protestants (including Anglicans) should never receive Communion in the Catholic Church except in case of death or of “grave and pressing need”. There is much talk of pain and brokenness in the document.
What is the difference between Catholic & Protestant?
In the Roman Catholic Church, there are seven solemn rites, called sacraments: baptism, confirmation, the Eucharist, matrimony, penance, holy orders and extreme unction. … Most Protestant churches only practice two of these sacraments: baptism and the Eucharist (called Lord’s Supper).