Catholics believe that Jesus Christ founded the Catholic Church.
Catholics believe that Jesus Christ founded the Catholic Church, and that this Church is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.
Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ did not affect the Catholic Church, He established the Catholic Church.
Yes. most Christians, including members of the Catholic Church, believe Jesus to be the son of God.
I believe in God. The Catholic church is the church God created.
.Roman Catholic AnswerOf course not! The Catholic Church is the Church founded by Our Blessed Lord to lead all people to heaven, it has no emperor!
Jesuits believe in the Society of Jesus, which is a Roman Catholic order of priests founded by St. Ignatius Loyola, among others. They believe in the reformation of the Catholic church.
No, Mary is only in the Catholic Church. They do acknowledge she was the mother of Jesus, but do not worship her.
Because the catholics stay faithful to the Creator and believe in the one god.
It depends in what sense... The Roman Catholic Church is the catholic church and all it's members. The pope is the head of the church and we believe in the trinity and that Jesus s the son of God who died for our salvation. A Roman Catholic Church is the building in which Catholics meet to celebrate mass and to be with God
Of course, they also belong as a church of Christ because they believe the divinity of Jesus.
Yes; the belief that Jesus is God is a doctrine of the Catholic Church attested to in Scripture and defined as dogma by the Council of Nicea.
No. Jesus Christ founded the Catholic Church so it could not have existed before Him.
The Catholic Church teaches that Jesus' father is God. That is why the Church teaches that Jesus is the Son of God. Joseph was Jesus' step-dad.
If you truly believe in Our Blessed Lord, then you are a Catholic Christian. Our Blessed Lord was very specific in founding HIS Church, which as St. Paul puts it, and the author of Hebrews: the church IS the Body of Christ. Thus to believe in Jesus means that you believe in the Church He founded on St. Peter (Matthew 16:17-19) and guaranteed until the end of the world. As the Church has taught for countless years: there is no salvation outside of the Catholic Church.
Here's a basic answer for you... A Catholic is a follower of the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church is founded on the teachings of Jesus. Unlike some other Christian Churches, the Catholic Church is Apostolic. This means the lines of leadership in the Catholic Church come directly from Jesus' Apostles.
To be a member of the Catholic Church means to believe in Catholic Christianity and be a official in the Roman Catholic Church and/or attend a Catholic Church.
Catholics are Christians who have been baptized in the Church and believe in the Nicene Creed in its traditional interpretation. The Catholic Church was begun by Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, around 33 A.D. so the Catholic Church is nearly 2,000 years old.
Jesus Christ is the invisible head of the Catholic Church.
It was the Roman authorities that killed Jesus, not the Roman Catholic Church.
Catholic Apostolic Charismatic Church of Jesus the King was created in 1978.
The Catholic Church teaches that yoga shouldn't be learned - not the exercise yoga, the religion yoga - because they don't really believe in the True God or that Jesus walked this earth, which goes against Catholic Church teachings.
Jesus Christ is the invisible head of the Catholic Church. The Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is the visible head of the Catholic Church.
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The teaching of the church is to bring all to Jesus. The church would like to have non-Christians become Catholic. However the church also believes that non-Christians can be saved if they live lives of goodness and love.