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May I Attend a Sedevacantist Mass?

Full Question Is it a sin to attend a sedevacantist Mass? Answer If the person is attending because he/she agrees to their stand that there is no valid pope since Pope Pius XII died in 1958, that would be considered sinful; but if the person is attending for educational or social reasons, that wouldn’t necessarily

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When did the Sabbath day change to Sunday?

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First of all, one must note that there are two kinds of laws in the Old Testament: moral precepts and ceremonial precepts. Christians believe that, through his suffering, death, and resurrection, Jesus has freed us from the observance of the ceremonial precepts. The Sabbath law of the Ten Commandments includes both a moral precept and

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Is arranged marriage sinful and invalid?

Full Question Is arranged marriage sinful and invalid?   Answer   The most important element needed to make any marriage valid is the full and unreserved consent of both parties, arranged marriage is not as common as it was many years ago but it is still in existence in some parts of the world If

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Has the Church ever banned the reading of the Bible by the faithful?

Full Question Has the Church ever banned the reading of the Bible by the laity? Answer NO, the church never made such ban. Diving back into history, the church forbade the faithful from attending gatherings organized by heretical groups and reading their writings because the heretics had unorthodox interpretations of the holy Bible and an

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Why do we not refer to God as “Yahweh” in mass?

Full Question I noticed the Catholic Church does not refer to God as “Yahweh” in her liturgy, why is that? Answer The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments released a letter on 29th June 2008, under Pope Benedict XVI’s directive “In recent years, the practice has crept in of pronouncing the God of Israel’s

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How do Religious Communities get financial support?

Full Question Does the Catholic Church financially support Catholic religious communities? Answer Religious communities are financially supported by the Church but it is mainly through generous donations of Catholic faithfuls and religious foundations There is also the annual “Retirement Fund for Religious” collection in every parish across the U.S, which helps a lot in the

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