OK, really quickly - just your opinions and what you know. Though we might have already touched upon this in 'part 1'
My cousin is marrying a Roman Catholic. He is Greek Orthodox. They will marry in a GO Church.
Thing is this: their priest said the girl doesn't need to be baptized to marry in the GO Church. So as far as we know, she will not be baptized when she'll be married. Their priest said that Catholics are already baptized.
Whereas, two months ago, coincidently, my priest said seconds before giving us Holy Communion, that unless you have been baptized
in the GO church you cannot
come up and receive Holy Communion.
Now, if she WANTS to become GO down the road, she can at any time. But the question is, can she, as a current Catholic, partake in the Sacraments? According to one priest the answer is yes - according to the other, the answer is no. But marriage is one of the Sacraments!
I know this might be just a technicality - after all, Catholics are devout Christians. But aren't these the technicalities that have divided us? So, if we go with the first priest, then any officially 'baptized' Christian from birth can come in the GO Church and partake in our Sacrament, but not so according to my priest. Is there a right/wrong here? Thoughts?