Question: Can a Jewish person marry a Catholic?

If one member of the couple is Jewish, they can be married in a church, a synagogue or the chapel of a hall. These couples, too, need the permission of the bishop. As in the ecumenical marriage, a priest and a rabbi can both participate in the wedding ceremony.

Are Catholics allowed to be cremated?

Q: AS A CATHOLIC, MAY I BE CREMATED? A: Yes. In May, 1963, the Vatican lifted the prohibition forbidding Catholics to choose cremation.

Can you be a godmother if you are not Catholic?

Baptized non-Catholic Christians may not be official godparents for the record book, but they may be Christian witnesses for your child. People who are not baptized Christians cannot be sponsors for baptism, since they themselves are not baptized.

What do godparents do at Catholic baptism?

In the modern baptism of an infant or child, the godparent or godparents make a profession of faith for the person being baptized (the godchild) and assume an obligation to serve as proxies for the parents if the parents either are unable or neglect to provide for the religious training of the child, in fulfillment of

What does the Pope say about cremation?

In 2016, the day before “All Souls Day,” which is a major Catholic holiday, the Vatican issued definitive guidelines concerning cremation. The Church earnestly recommends that the pious custom be retained, but it does not forbid cremation, unless this is chosen for reasons, which are contrary to Christian teaching.

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