The precepts for Laity of the Arian Catholic Church
The following is the irreducible minimum of Arian Catholic practice...
Of Mass. To assist at Mass every Saturday (The Sabbath), the Seven Biblical Feasts and Holy Days of Obligation (or if unable to do so for legal or practical reasons, to follow the instructions advised by their Deacon, Presbyter or Bishop).
Of Confession. To examine their consciences regularly and to seek sacramental absolution when needed for mortal sin, and at Passover (Easter time) to make Confession in obedience to the Arian Catholic tradition.
Of Communion. To receive Holy Communion at least once a year, at Passover (Easter time). To make each and every act of Communion (especially when receiving more frequently) only after due and careful preparation.
Of Holy Law. To uphold the Holy Ten Commandments and the applicable Noahide, Levite and Kashrut Laws, as they are written in the books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) and followed by Jesus the Messiah.
Of Marriage. To keep the Church’s law on marriage.
Of Fasting and Abstinence. To observe the periods of fasting according to the Arian Catholic tradition.
Of Almsgiving. To give Alms regularly and to assist the Church in finding funds to support its operations.