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Why do Catholics attend church more often than Protestants?

September 24, 2012 by  
Filed under Eucharist/Mass, Fr. Bartunek, Sacraments

Dear Father John, can you help me understand and explain why Catholics go to Church so much more than Protestants (as with daily communicants)? Here is the short answer to this question: Catholics go to Mass daily because of the Eucharist. Protestants and evangelicals, with very rare exceptions (e.g. some of our faithful Anglican friends), believe neither in the abiding, Real Presence of Jesus in... Read More

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