Worshiping the holy Lord in one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.Roman Catholic AnswerWhat I like most about belonging to the Catholic Church is that I am following my Lord, and Savior, Jesus Christ in the only Church that He founded, outside of which there is no salvation.
Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God was created in 1916.
33 a.d when it was known as the Suburbicarian Church of Rome, a particular church within the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church!and renewed again in 1564 at the Council of Trent when it broke with Holy Tradition giving more power and authority to the pope over the bishops!
The Roman Catholic Church is catholic (Universal), One, Holy, and Apostolic. Assemblies of God, nor any other church or religion, has all these characteristics. The Universal Church is believed to be founded by Jesus Christ.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church are all part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, and thus were founded by God from the side of Jesus on the Cross. There is a schismastic sect called "The Eastern Catholic Church" which claims to have been founded in 35 A.D. As they are not part of the Catholic Church under the Pope, I do not know anymore about them.
The corporate name, declared at the First Vatican Council (1870), is the Holy, Catholic, Apostolic Roman Church.
The Four Marks of the Catholic Church is: the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. The Church is: 1. One 2. Holy 3. Catholic 4. Apostolic
One Holy Apostolic Church
There are four marks of the Church:OneHolyCatholicApostolic
The Old Apostolic Church does believe in the Holy Bible, Old and New Testament!
The One, Holy, Universal and Apostolic Church, The Catholic Church.
One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church
One Holy Catholic Apostolic
One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic
Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church - New York City - was created in 1926.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe Catholic Church remained the Catholic Church. It cannot "become" anything else, as Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to guide it until the end of time. It will remain His Body, it will remain One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic. The Orthodox Church became schismatic (they are in schism from the Catholic Church).
Catholic AnswerIt depends on whom you are talking to. The Church has many names for various reasons, the Creed refers to her as "One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic". Nowhere does the Church refer to herself as "Roman" that is an appellation that has been attached since the protestant revolt. The Church has been called "Catholic" which means "universal" almost from the beginning. Holy Catholic Church is appropriate for most things.
Catholic AnswerThe characteristics of the Catholic church: It is One, Holy, Apostolic, and Catholic. AnswerThe major characteristics which distinguish the Catholic Church in particular relate to the sacrifice of the Mass and the pope.
One holy, catholic, and apostolic church.Roman Catholic AnswerThe essential core of the Catholic faith is Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, who, along with the Holy Spirit dwells in the Church and the faith as its head.
The four marks of the catholic church are One Holy Catholic Apostolic
.Catholic AnswerTwo problems, but the answer is a simple no to both of them. The Catholic Church, whose headquarters is in the Vatican, which is in Rome is the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, as enumerated in the Nicene Creed. However, there is a "Catholic Apostolic Churches" which is a protestant sect started by an Anglican which has nothing to do with the Catholic Church. In the first case, the Catholic Church, headquartered in Rome, the answer is NO, they are not "Roman." In the second case, of the protestants using that name, they aren't Roman either.
It is the Church founded by God.
The four characteristics of the Church are that is is 1. One - unified and directed to the One God 2. Holy - the Church is always directed to remember and be focused on the worship and praise of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit 3. catholic - the term "catholic means universal and does not refer to the Catholic (Roman or Easter Rite) church 4. Apostolic - the Church was founded by Christ's naming his apostle Peter as its first bishop. The church has transferred leadership through the apostolic succession from the days of St. Peter.
When they say in the Apostles creed "I believe in the holy Catholic church" they don't mean the Roman Catholic church, which is odd in that the Roman (Latin rite) Catholic church is the TRUE church. If they were to say the Nicene creed which goes.....I believein one holy Catholic and apostolic church....they would have a problem in that they are not apostolic, that is not ordained directly in line from the apostles which catholic priests are. Realising this the Anglicans have changed the definition of Apostolic to mean following the gospel message(s) as originally preached by the apostles. In short Anglicans (low church, liberal church and hight church) are really protestants pretending to be Catholics.
The Church is one, holy, catholic and apostolic.