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There are different views with respect to various Protestant churches. It depends on whether they believe in the real presence of Christ in the sacrament. Lutherans, for example, believe that Christ is present with his body and blood in an illocal consubstantial like manner under the forms of the bread and wine. Here is one view on the Sacramental Union and ...


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Do Any Protestant Churches do Stations of the Cross? The short answer is yes. Anglicans are considered by many to be Protestants and they pray the (Stations of the Cross. Every major encyclopedia includes Anglicans as being Protestant. St Mary Magdalene’s Anglican Church promotes its usage. Protestants can be differentiated according to how they have been ...


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What are the Catholic Church's instruction on kneeling down in prayer in churches? Kneeling at Mass has been traditionally been done for centuries at Catholic Masses. Both the Ordinary Form of the Mass and the Extraordinary Form of the Mass have rules governing bodily positions while being present at Mass. Movements and Posture The gestures and posture of ...


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