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Val
Aug 16, 2010 8:06 AM CST
Name: Val
Ohio
Yes, I'm very glad. The only denominations that I know anything about are Nazarene, Seventh Day Adventist, and some type of Pentecostal called Church of God (I knew the last two because I went to their private schools). Neither required conversion and they were interesting to learn about.

I've also visited some Catholic Masses and thought they were beautiful. Once I visited a Jehovah Witness meeting and thought that was interesting. So even though I could never believe in the basic premises of Christianity, I still find it interesting (I could say the same thing about Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Hinduism, etc.). Also, I enjoy seeing people who are devoted to their Gods---regardless of who their Gods are. It's a beautiful thing.

Is communion a rite that the priest *has* to officiate? Or is it a rite that you could do at home alone if you wanted to? I think I understand the symbolism a little but is it a rite that you could perform yourself?

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