Through prayer. The most powerful and greatest of which is the Mass.
We worship God.
Catholics do not worship the Virgin of Guadalupe. Catholics worship God alone.
They worship God in churches as do all Catholics.
Catholics worship (latria) only God.
Catholics worship only one God because there is only ONE GOD and he commanded us to worship Him and Him alone in the 1st commandment.
No, Catholics do not commit idolatry. Catholics worship only God.
Catholics worship God alone.
We worship God: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
No. Catholics worship God alone. Catholics are the only Christian religion founded by God, Himself - all the others were founded by men - thus Catholics follow the Ten Commandments, and the worship of images is strictly forbidden by the First Commandment.
They worship the Lord God Almighty.
Catholic AnswerThat depends entirely on how you are defining "worship." If you are using the word "worship" as most protestants in the English speaking world currently use the word, you are referring to the adoration that is due to God alone. In that sense of the word, Catholics worship God, and only God. As He is the only Divine Being, our Creator, and Eternal, He is the only thing worthy of Adoration. Catholics call this latria. So to answer your question, in that sense of the English word, worship, Catholics worship nothing besides God.
Of course not! Catholics do not worship the devil. They worship God as 3 persons in one: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit. They do believe Satan and Hell exist, and strongly preach against sin.