Understanding Catholicism – Part 2 Guest Rev. Monsignor Dennis R. Stehly, Pastor Church Of The Ascension, Chesterfield, MO January 8, 2014.By sylvia
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Catholicism. Renaissance to Present. Early Catholicism & the Spanish Inquisition. In the late 13 th century, the Spanish Inquisition was authorized by Pope Sixtus IV under Spain’s King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.
CATHOLICISM. The most popular religion in Italy. WHAT DOES“CATHOLIC” MEAN?. The term “ catholic ” comes from the Ancient Greek and it means “ universal ”. So, it indicates the only Christian Church. WHAT DOES“CATHOLIC” MEAN?.
Protestantism. Catholicism. Hierarchical organization Pope final authority on all matters Clergy considered above others; had special spiritual powers from God Clergy had the “power” to provide or withhold salvation Salvation based on good works 7 holy sacraments; administered by clergy
Catholicism. By Ashley Baker. How did Catholicism begin?. The term "the catholic church" started in the year 107 AD when Ignatius of Antioch used the title to describe Jesus' church. Ignatius was the child that the Savior took up in His arms in Mark 9:35.
Catholicism. a nd the Apocrypha. Differing Views. Unlike what most people say, the Catholic Church has some distinctly different views from other Christian sects. These views have almost caused the Catholic Church a separate religion entirely.
Catholicism. Founders. Jesus of Nazareth appeared to a man named Paul and told him to establish a Catholic Church. Based on how Jesus teachings. Origin and Spread of a Universal Religion. Spread from Middle East to Mediterranean (Greece) Spread to rest of Europe
Catholicism. The truth behind the Religion you think you know. History. Christianity is a religion that did not start all by itself.
Catholicism . Henar Abdelmonem & JinjooHong. History of Catholicism . 1. Roman catholic church 2. Other religions branched out from Catholicism 3. Importance of tradition, sacraments, communion, holy see 4. Believing pope and bishop, priests