Do Mormons Abstain From Meat on Fridays?

Do Mormons Abstain From Meat on Fridays?

Catholics teach that Christ died on Friday, and for that reason, they follow special penitential observances on Fridays, willingly suffering as He suffered, and traditionally, this has required the sacrifice of the eating of meat, something many people enjoy. They use...
What is Confirmation Like for Mormons?

What is Confirmation Like for Mormons?

Mormon children can be confirmed members of the church at the age of eight. Converts older than eight are confirmed soon after their baptisms. The confirmation is a very simple procedure. The person being confirmed sits in a chair, with arms folded for the prayer that...
Do Mormons Have Mass?

Do Mormons Have Mass?

Catholics have mass to show adoration to the Savior. They teach Jesus offered Mass at the Last Supper and that the bread and wine offered during mass are literally transformed into the Savior’s blood and body. Mormons have a similar celebration, called the...
Why do Mormons believe in baptism by immersion?

Why do Mormons believe in baptism by immersion?

In Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians, he stipulates that Christ’s true church should have “One Lord, one faith, one baptism”; the particular form of baptism he is referring to is baptism by immersion. How do we know this? Well, we can infer that Paul’s instructions held...
What do Mormons think of infant baptism?

What do Mormons think of infant baptism?

Personal Response by Alex Capanna The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) does not teach or practice infant baptism, basing its disapproval of the practice upon the foundation of modern day revelation, as well as, doctrine taught in the Bible and...
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