Catholics worship God because they believe He is their Creator and that adoration, Thanksgiving, petition and reparation are due to Him for His many blessings and benefits He has bestowed, especially that most basic of things, our own existence. Catholics believe that God created us to choose, of our own volition to love Him, to choose to worship Him as a Father, not just a distant Creator. Through this relationship, loving, serving and worshiping God, Catholics have Faith and Hope that they will come to be with Him forever in heaven.
Catholics do not worship the Virgin of Guadalupe. Catholics worship God alone.
We worship God.
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.
We worship God: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Catholics worship God alone.
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.
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.
They worship the Lord God Almighty.
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.
Jesus Christ the Son of God.
The catholics mainly worship Mary as they say god found her perfect,
They worship in the Catholic Church. Catholics worship God "in spirit and truth" (see St. John 4:23). They attend Mass and receive the other Sacraments in Church so that they are fed to go out and worship Him in their daily lives "in spirit and truth."
They both worship God , but the Catholics give more importance to Mary then Jesus.
Catholics worship only God but honor Mary.
.Catholic AnswerWorship is important to Catholic because it was commanded by God, and is necessary for our salvation.
.Catholic AnswerThe same God, and Lord Jesus Christ that they worship the rest of the year.
Catholic AnswerCatholics worship the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. (St. Matthew 22:32; Acts 7:32). Catholics worship the Son, Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ - "For God so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son; that whosoever believeth in him may not perish, but may have life everlasting. (St. John 3:16)
Christians, Catholics, and Mormons all worship God in his namesake. However, Muslims and Jews also worship God, they just have different names for him.
Roman Catholic AnswerCatholics worship God in spirit and truth, in other words, anywhere and everywhere; but they particularly worship him in Church, which can be a Cathedral, a shrine, an oratory, a chapel, or a parish church.
.Catholic AnswerGood, sincere Catholics worship God everywhere for the simple reason that we are to worship Him with our entire life, we are to pray always, we are to take up our cross daily, and follow Him. They get the strength and guidance to do this when they attend Mass at their local parish Church.
Catholic AnswerCatholics worship everywhere. As the Catechism says in paragraph 2031 "The moral life is spiritual worship - We 'present [our] bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God,'" (Romans 12:1) Catholics worship God in "spirit and truth" (see St. John 4:23), we attend Mass and the other Sacraments at Church so that we have the strength and support of God to worship Him throughout our lives, and throughout our day in all of our actions.
Budhism is pimarily about ancestor worship, similar to catholics praying to alleged saints.