Is it permissable to receive communion in a Protestant church?

Is it permissable to receive communion in a Protestant church when they believe that it is just a symbol? Is it permissable to receive communion in an episcopal church if they do believe it is the real presence? Is it permissable to bury a Catholic in a non denominational cemetery? Do we genuflect if the Tabernacle is behind glass but is perfectly visible?

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The following links should assist you in better understanding the Catholic Church’s teaching on receiving communion in non-Catholic churches, proper burial, and when we should genuflect. If you have any further questions or concerns that are not answered by these links, please contact Catholic Answers directly.

Recommended Reading:**
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*]What should I do in a non-Catholic church?
*]Is it a sin to receive communion in a Protestant church?
*]Ecclesia de Eucharistia (Note especially sections 43-46)
*]Catholic Burial ground?
*]Bowing v. Genuflecting
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