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What does authority mean if some aren't always healed and what's the exception in Matthew 19:9?
Since I never received my First Communion should I receive that sacrament first or Confirmation?
Do I need to marry in the Church to be able to receive Confirmation and have our son baptized?
How is it that both Baptism and Confirmation occur below the age of reason and rational thought?
Can my wife go to Confession and receive Holy Communion if she is going to a Protestant church?
Who are the ministers of the Sacraments and who may receive the Sacraments?
What is the form and matter for all seven sacraments?
Can you answer some questions on the nature of a human person and the Eucharist?
If one has committed a mortal sin, based on the precepts of the Church, is this permissible?
Can a Catholic priest living in mortal sin can administer the holy sacraments?
Since their parents aren't doing it, can we teach them so they can receive Communion at Mass?
Can I teach my own children the sacraments so they will be able to receive them in the Church?
Why don't the sacraments from his Protestant congregation count and does Canon law apply here?
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