Prime Philosophy: Catholicism
Founder: Jesus Christ
Founding Date: around 30 AD
Church Structure: ecclesiastical hierarchy of bishops, priests and deacons
Mission: bring the message of Christ to all the ends of the earth, and call allpersons to baptism to become children of God.Religious DoctrinesGod: Trinitarian Father, Son and Holy Spirit
Sacraments: Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Holy Orders, HolyMatrimony, Anointing of the Sick
Salvation: Justified through Grace alone, Saved by Christ alone
Scriptures: 73 books, supernaturally inspired
Dogmatic Origins: Holy Scripture, Holy Tradition
Church: Baptized Christians united in the mystical body of Christ expressed throughthe Eucharist and unified as the church catholic under the pope, the successor of St.
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They have received the fullness of the sacrament of Holy Orders.
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Included are the sacred congregations:
Congregation of the Holy Office
Congregation for the Oriental Church
Congregation of the Sacraments
Congregation of the Council
Congregation of Religious
Congregation for the Propagation
Congregation of Sacred Rites
Congregation of Ceremonies
Congregation of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs
Congregation of Seminaries and Universities
Congregation of Basilica of St.
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During the 20th century, the emergence of the world church brought a greater Catholic influence to Africa and parts of Asia
For the United States approximately one quarter of Americans identify as Catholics, making Catholicism the largest denomination of Christians
The base of the Roman Catholic church and is the world’s smallest independent nation-state
“Vatican City has its own telephone system, post office, gardens, astronomical observatory, radio station, banking system, and pharmacy, as well as a contingent of Swiss Guards responsible for the personal safety of the pope since 1506”
Also known has The Holy See, the government of the Roman Catholic church has a dedicated website along with a mobile app References “Roman Catholicism.” Encyclopedia Britannica.
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Church membership andobserving Roman Catholic "sacraments" cannot save your soul; onlyfaith in what Jesus Christ did for you on the cross will save you!
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The Catholic Church recognizes five additional sacraments, as well as many other distinctive practices that are known as "sacramental" or "devotions" and include praying, the rosary, and going on pilgrimages.
The Latin word sacramentum means "a sign of the sacred." The seven Catholic sacraments are ceremonies that point to what is sacred, significant and important for Christians specifically to Catholics.
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Faith, hope and charity justify and sanctify a baptized Christian.
Repentance: the Holy Spirit moves us to repentance and conversionSacramentsBaptism: Trinitarian baptism; the baptized person becomes a new creature in Christand receives the free gift of sanctifying grace wrought by Christs sacrificialdeath.
Eucharist: the real presence of Christs body, blood, soul and divinity underthe guise of bread and wine, unites the Catholic Church in an intimate relationship withChrist and brings the grace needed to live as a faithful believer.
Confirmation: The confirmed person receives the Holy Spirit through the sacramentand is more perfectly united with Christ as a faithful believer and disciple of Christ.
Reconciliation: Sacrament instituted by Christ for the forgiveness of sin paid forby Christs sacrificial death on the cross.
Anointing of the Sick: Instituted by Christ to confer a special grace for the sickand aging.
Holy Orders: sacrament of apostolic ministry, which confers the special graceneeded for the Christian ministerial priesthood.
Holy Matrimony: a sacrament between two baptized Christians, which unites a man andwoman in one flesh.
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In the Sacrament of Holy Orders, or Ordination, the priest being ordained vows to lead other Catholics by bringing them the sacraments (especially the Eucharist), by proclaiming the Gospel, and by providing other means to holiness.