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Roman Catholic AnswerUkranian Catholics ARE Roman Catholics, so NO, they Mass if not like Roman Catholics it is Roman Catholic.
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First of all, there is no such thing as "Roman Catholic". It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. Secondly Ukrainian Catholics are Catholics every bit as much as Latin Rite Catholics, unless you are speaking of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Thirdly, Icons are a personal thing, any Catholic may have any kind of Icon or none. Some countries, like the Ukraine, have their more popular Icons, but a Catholic in the United States or England might have the same one.


it is a subdivision of Christianity like catholics or roman catholics


well, yes but not technically. you see, like any other country they have their own traditions for this holiday. yes, we have Christmas as all the other countries but we celebrate it in much different way and on the 7th of January because we mostly are Greek catholics and Roman catholics celebrate it on the 25th of December. For more about traditions of celebrating go to "how people celebrate Christmas in Ukraine"


The Habsburgs are an Austrian royal dynasty whose members have belonged to the Catholic Church for centuries. Like most people in Western Europe, they are Catholics of the Latin (Roman) Rite. Thus, they are Roman Catholics. However, it is important to note that not all Catholics are Romans.


Catholics who belong a Church that uses one of the several Eastern Rites can be considered "Roman" Catholics in the sense that their Church is fully and totally in communion with the Bishop of Rome--the Pope. However, they do not use the Latin or Roman Rite (liturgy, theology, practice, etc.), instead using their own Rite. So, if they are being called "Roman Catholics" because they truly are united with the Pope, then perhaps yes; however, it is not accurate to call them "Roman Catholics" when making reference to their membership in their own particular Catholic Church (and they may indeed object to being referred to as "Roman Catholics"). In that case, it is more accurate to refer to them as Maronite Catholics, or Ukrainian Greek Catholics, or Chaldean Catholics, or Coptic Catholics, etc., depending upon which eastern Catholic Church they belong to; "Roman Catholic" would then refer to "western" Catholics who use the Latin or Roman Rite.Roman Catholic AnswerActually all Catholics are "Roman" Catholics even though the word "Roman" is not normally used. The word Roman came into use in English speaking countries in the last several hundred years and just refers to the fact that the Pope is in Rome, it does NOT refer to the Latin Rite. All different rites of the Church are Roman. The term Roman was originally used to be offensive, it is not strictly correct, I usually use it to differentiate from all the other churches who are now calling themselves Catholic, like the Polish National Catholics, the Old Rite Catholics, the Anglo-Catholics, the Society of St. Pius X Catholics, the Orthodox Catholics, etc. .Eastern Rite Catholics are every bit as much Catholics as Latin Rite Catholics:1203 The liturgical traditions or rites presently in use in the Church are the Latin (principally the Roman rite, but also the rites of certain local churches, such as the Ambrosian rite, or those of certain religious orders) and the Byzantine, Alexandrian, or Coptic, Syriac, Armenian, Maronite, and Chaldean rites. In "faithful obedience to tradition, the sacred Council declares that Holy Mother Church holds all lawfully recognized rites to be of equal right and dignity, and that she wishes to preserve them in the future and to foster them in every way." (Sacrosanctum concilium 4)


You say " where is it" in Ukrainian like this "De vono?"


Catholics are members of the Roman Catholic Church, but I think you meant to ask this:Why do Catholics visit the Vatican in Rome?Catholics visiting the Vatican is kind of like when citizens of any country visit their capitol. It is the central place of their belief, and it is where the Pope lives and is Bishop. It is a place of sacredness, and Catholics see it as a holy place.


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To vacation and/or retire just like everyone else.


Catholics are in favor of just wars, that is a war with a good reason such as defense or justice and there is no other option that would accomplish the goal. Other than that, Catholics do not like war.


You say "you are welcome" in Ukrainian like this "Na zdorovya"


Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. . Catholics ate normal food like everyone else at the time, no different.


Roman Catholics are the largest Christian denomination and do use rosaries on occasion.


The church was very wealthy back then. It came down to the poor and the rich.


no.its not only for christian countries its only for Christians(and catholics.christians and catholics are the same thing).ok let me rephrase this. a lot of people who arent christans "celebrate" christmas just to like get presents and have lights on their house and have family over but thats it.Christians do all that too but dont celebrate just for the sake of getting presents and decorating the house.They do it to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.so i GUESS you could say anyone could celebrate it but only christians and catholics celebrate the birth of Christ. hence CHRISTmas


does Mary like catholics or johover whitnes


The only "Roman Catholic" is a Catholic who lives in Rome, Italy. When speaking of Catholics, it is just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. You question is not clear, if you are speaking about Catholics in general versus Catholics in Rome, then you need to ask that question. If you are asking about what Catholics do as opposed to what non-Catholics do, then you need to ask that question, etc. Are you asking what Catholic worship is like, private prayer, dietary habits, jobs, etc? For the most part Catholics have been around for two thousand years, and live in pretty much every country in the world, thus there is a a wide range of what Catholics do. About the only thing that they all have in common would be the sacraments, they are all baptized, most of them are confirmed, they all attend Mass and Confession (Reconciliation) regularly (if they are practicing Catholics), etc.


Russ is Canadian, born in Winnipeg but his heritage is, of course, Ukrainian. Obviously, with a name like Romaniuk, how could he not be?!!


Roman Catholic AnswerCatholics are like anybody else, but I'm assuming that you are asking if Catholicism is the right religion. Catholics certainly think so for the simple reason that they believe God is right, after all, is His world, and you would certainly think that He would get the rules right, now wouldn't you?


All Christians celebrate Christmas and Easter. Most also celebrate more minor holidays like Pentecost, Good Friday, Holy Thursday, etc. Sects That follow follow the liturgical calendar, I.E. Lutherans, Methodists, etc. may also celebrate seasons like Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and Kingdom-tide. Catholics and Orthodox Christians have a feast for a saint every day


Especially the Ukrainian girls they are beautiful!


Depends if they are bang tidy.


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Yes of course. Protestants, like Roman Catholics and the Orthodox Church all believe in the One God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


Roman Catholic AnswerLike anybody else, by becoming perfect and following Our Blessed Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, by believing in Him and doing His Will.



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