Can anyone attend a Catholic Mass?

I am a protestant that is very curious about the Catholic church. I have watched Mass services on EWTN, but would like to attend a service in person. I just don’t want to offend anyone by attending without being a member of the Catholic faith. I understand and respect the fact that I could not participate in the Eucharist without being confirmed.
I do not know anyone personally that is Catholic or that attends this particular parish church, so I don’t know how to begin attending, or what the process may be. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

You’ve come to the right place to ask questions! These links should be helpful for putting your mind at ease about attending Mass. I included articles, books and audio recordings which will explain the basics of the Mass and the Catholic Church. You are welcome to come to everything we offer and to participate in anything you feel comfortable doing outside receiving Communion. If you have any further questions or concerns that are not answered by these links, you can post on our public forums or contact Catholic Answers directly. I hope to see you in church soon!

Recommended Reading:
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What can Protestants do at Mass?**
]* What Do You See at Mass? by Anthony E. Clark**
]* The Institution of the Mass**
]* Sacrifice of the Mass by the Early Church Fathers**
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Recommended Books:
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]Mass Appeal: The ABC’s of Worship by Jimmy Akin (booklet)
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The Mass Of The Early Christians by Mike Aquilina (book)**
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