[quote=NightRider]Please speak with a Catholic priest about this, friend! If you want to be a Catholic, you will have to go through conversion in RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) in order to participate in Catholic Sacraments, like Holy Communion. A priest can give you more information about this. :blessyou:
see your priest
a baptized Christian, living a moral life, has already received the gift of initial faith and conversion, and has no need for another conversion. It is incorrect to speak of a baptized Christian who is received into full commuion with the Catholic church as a convert (the old term). The RCIA rites acknowledge the special status of the baptized. What is necessary is preparation for confession, first holy Communion and confirmation. This preparation is based on scripture, especially the Sunday lectionary cycle, and doctrine classes, and specific instruction in the rites and sacraments themselves. For convenience and practical concerns, and because those involved share many of the same questions and concerns, adults who are unbaptized, Christians of other denominations, and adult Catholics who never received adequate instruction or the sacraments, are often placed in the same class. But the rites themselves are different for each of these three groups.