2 edition of Communication of non-Catholics in Catholic religious rites. found in the catalog.
Communication of non-Catholics in Catholic religious rites.
John Anthony Prah
|Series||Catholic University of America. Studies in sacred theology, 2d ser.,, no. 98|
|LC Classifications||BX9.5.C6 P7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||56004205|
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Get this from a library. Communication of non-Catholics in Catholic religious rites. [John Anthony Prah]. Bancroft, John R.
“Communication in Religious Worship with Non-Catholics” (). Prah, John A. “Communication of Non-Catholics in Catholic Religious Rites” ().
Szal, Ignatius. “The Communication of Catholics with Schismatics” (). In his dissertation Communication of Non-Catholics in Catholic Religious Rites, Fr. John Prah confirms this as well: “ there is no doubt this prohibition is absolute in the case of those non-Catholics who are not in the danger of death” (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of.
The term “Roman Catholic Church” can be misleading (it was originally created by Anglicans, not Catholics) because in English-speaking countries it is commonly used to denote the entire Catholic Church—which ignores all the other particular churches that have their own rites and traditions.
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This isn't some cutesy book explaining Catholic traditions for non-Catholics. This was written by a hard-core Catholic for other Catholics, and he doesn't stop to explain most of the terms he uses.
I'm still not sure exactly what "liturgy" means, and that word was like, on every single page of 4/5. Augustine, the great Champion of Catholic orthodoxy, reproves both actual and simulated communication in non-Catholic worship. In a letter to St. Jerome he states that one who observes the rites of Jews, or Gentiles, not only truly, but even fictitiously, has fallen into the abyss of the devil.
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Paragraph of the Directory addresses the question of a non-Catholic fulfilling the ministry of reader at Mass. The Directory makes clear that normally "during a eucharistic celebration in the Catholic Church" the readings are to be proclaimed by a Catholic.
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Communicatio in Divinis - Latin for Communion in. Yes, a Catholic priest can give last rites to a non-catholic person, if the person asks. Priests are taught 2 different forms of the last rites.
One is for Catholics, which includes the sacrament of the eucharist (the real last rite is to recieve the body and blood of Christ into yourself).
“Communication is forbidden in virtue of the divine law, but the Church has more clearly defined what kind of communication is forbidden and what type of participation can be permitted with non-Catholics.
This law of the Church which regulates religious communication with non-Catholics is stated in canon of the Code of Canon Law.
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“Communication is forbidden in virtue of the divine law, but the Church has more clearly defined what kind of communication is forbidden and what type of participation can be permitted with non-Catholics. This law of the Church which regulates religious communication with non-Catholics is stated in canon of the Code of Canon Law.
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The Code of Canon Law provides that the last rites may be given to any Catholic disposed to receive them. They may also be given to baptized non-Catholics “who cannot approach a minister of their own community and who spontaneously ask for them, provided that they demonstrate the Catholic faith in respect of these sacraments and are properly.Ithaca, N.Y., Important account of Catholic religious revival in France during the Revolution.
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