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DECLARATION
ORIGINAL SIN
SIN
VALIDITY
ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE
PHILIPPINES
ROMAN CATHOLIC FAITH
FAITH
THEOLOGY
REFORM
GOD
BELIEFS
MIDDLE AGES
CRUSADES
CATHEDRALS
CATHEDRAL
SCOTLAND
ENGLAND
LUTHER
BIBLE
QUEEN MARY
MARY
DOCTRINES
ROMAN CATHOLIC DOCTRINE
DOCTRINE
POPE JOHN PAUL
VATICAN
SAINTS
SAINT
POLAND
POLISH
OFFICES
IRELAND
NORTHERN IRELAND
CATHOLIC CHURCH
PAPAL SUPREMACY
LATIN PATRIARCH
TITULAR
PATRIARCH
PATRIARCHS
JESUS
CHRISTIAN GROUPS
RELIGIOUS ORDER
GREAT MAJORITY
CHRISTIANITY
ROMAN CATHOLICISM
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Declaration

  1. The condemnations in the Lutheran Confessions do not apply to the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church presented in this Declaration.

Original Sin

  1. In Roman Catholic theology, all are born in a state of original sin, meaning that both the guilt and sin nature of Adam are inherited by all. (Web site)

Sin

  1. However, this view differs from the Roman Catholic (Augustinian) doctrine of Original Sin in that man is not seen as inherently guilty of the sin of Adam.
  2. It is believed that she, in her life, committed no sin; however, the Orthodox do not accept the Roman Catholic doctrine of the Immaculate conception.

Validity

  1. Similarly the Roman Catholic Church unconditionally recognizes the validity of ordinations in the aforementioned Eastern churches.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese

  1. He was the first archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec, the diocese having been made an archdiocese. (Web site)
  2. At present, the Archbishop who heads the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht has frequently been promoted to cardinal.
  3. He was ordained to the priesthood on March 7, 1886, by Archbishop Michael Heiss of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

Philippines

  1. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila is an ecclesiastical territory or diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines.
  2. Religion Most Visayans are Roman Catholic due to the fact the first churches in the Philippines were established in the Visayas. (Web site)
  3. With the Philippines, East Timor is one of only two predominantly Christian (Roman Catholic) countries in Asia.

Roman Catholic Faith

  1. He fits the description of a Pope who would emphasize the Roman Catholic Faith and the authority of the Roman Pontiff.
  2. Profession of Faith - the assembly joins to recall and proclaim the fundamental teachings of the Roman Catholic faith. (Web site)
  3. Mary was the child of Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, and had been brought up in the Roman Catholic faith.

Faith

  1. They are the Lutherans, the Reformed, and others who were once Roman Catholics and left the Roman Catholic faith to start denominations of their own. (Web site)
  2. According to the 2000 census, 87.9% of the population is Christian, of whom 78,4% adhere to the Roman Catholic faith, while about 8% are Protestant. (Web site)
  3. The Spaniards introduced Christianity (the Roman Catholic faith) and succeeded in converting the overwhelming majority of Filipinos. (Web site)

Theology

  1. In Roman Catholic theology, one title given to Jesus is " Christ the King ", and there is a feast day associated with this title.
  2. Roman Catholic theology holds that the apostolic succession effects the power and authority to administer the sacraments except for baptism and matrimony.
  3. According to Roman Catholic theology, the Old Catholic Church of Utrecht has maintained apostolic succession, and its clergy thus celebrate true sacraments.

Reform

  1. The Reformers wanted to reform the Roman Catholic Church; the Baptist were against the church.
  2. The Protestant Reformation was a movement which emerged in the 16th century as a series of attempts to reform the Roman Catholic Church in Western Europe.
  3. A Roman Catholic Priest was sentenced to 2 years of reform through labor for these "crimes".

God

  1. The Roman Catholic belief that, through the priest, God turns the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, is called transubstantiation. (Web site)
  2. We remain, by the grace of God, in the Roman Catholic Church and abhor schism as one of the greatest crimes in the Church. (Web site)
  3. The Roman Catholic church teaches that the Blessed Virgin Mary was, by a special grace of God, without sin her entire life. (Web site)

Beliefs

  1. The beliefs of these churches very closely parallel those of the Roman Catholic church. (Web site)
  2. The Waldensians were orthodox in their beliefs, but they were outside of the organizational structure of the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)
  3. This led to a breach between the Roman Catholic Church and the reformers whose beliefs and practices came to be called Protestantism. (Web site)

Middle Ages

  1. The country was a western-styled Christian (Roman Catholic) state, and Latin held an important position, as was usual in the Middle Ages. (Web site)
  2. Both the Eastern Orthodox church and the Protestant Reformation can trace origins to the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages.
  3. Since the Middle Ages, at least 40 Englishmen have become cardinals, the highest-ranking members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy after the pope. (Web site)

Crusades

  1. I am a Roman Catholic with a feeling for history, and strong regrets, therefore, over what went wrong in my own tradition once the Crusades were launched. (Web site)
  2. The crusades have been remembered relatively favourably in western Europe (countries which were, at the time of the Crusades, Roman Catholic countries).
  3. It should be noted that this viewpoint is not the only viewpoint on the Crusades to be found in the Roman Catholic tradition.

Cathedrals

  1. There are also Roman Catholic Cathedrals in Plovdiv, the largest of them being the Cathedral of St Louis.
  2. It is a curious fact that although Dublin's population is predominantly Roman Catholic, its two cathedrals are both of the Protestant faith.

Cathedral

  1. It is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral and is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris.
  2. During the Latin occupation of Constantinople (1204–1261) the church became a Roman Catholic cathedral. (Web site)
  3. Most are Protestant, due to British colonization, but the cathedral in Basseterre is Roman Catholic. (Web site)

Scotland

  1. The Roman Catholic Church organises separately for England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland, (which is administered on an all-Ireland basis).
  2. The Church of Scotland (known informally as the Kirk) broke with the Roman Catholic Church in 1560 (see Calvinism and Scottish Reformation).
  3. Scotland In Scotland as in other countries, the Reformation originated among elements of the population already hostile to the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)

England

  1. He felt that the Church of England was still too Roman Catholic and ordered that confession, processions and the doctrine of transubstantiation be removed. (Web site)
  2. Cathedrals which were once Roman Catholic came under the governance of the Church of England. (Web site)
  3. In any case, Cabot sailed under the authority of Henry VII of England and the English Church was still firmly Roman Catholic.

Luther

  1. Luther and his followers began a large exodus from the Roman Catholic Church known as the Protestant Reformation. (Web site)
  2. The name Protestant is rejected by some because Baptists do not have a direct connection to Luther, Calvin or the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)
  3. Roman Catholic view of Luther in research has changed to positive since Joseph Lortz.

Bible

  1. The Vulgate is the Bible for the Western (Roman Catholic) church until 1500's. (Web site)
  2. In Roman Catholic theology, the Deposit of the Faith (all the dogmas and beliefs of the Church) comes from two sources: the Bible and Sacred Tradition. (Web site)
  3. Jerome's edition of the Bible, the Vulgate, is still an important text of the Roman Catholic Church.

Queen Mary

  1. Cranmer was executed in 1556 for heresy after Queen Mary I reunited the Church of England with the Roman Catholic Church.
  2. This reform was reversed abruptly in the subsequent reign of Queen Mary, a Roman Catholic who re-established communion with Rome.

Mary

  1. The Roman Catholic Church, for example, contains within it numerous " cults " that are referred to as such by the Church, such as the Cult of Mary.
  2. Mary, a Roman Catholic, reigned during a period of great religious upheaval in Scotland.
  3. Communion with the Roman Catholic Church had been reinstated under Mary, but was again severed by Elizabeth.

Doctrines

  1. Others involve our rejection of recent doctrines adopted by the Roman Catholic Church without biblical support or the concurrence of the church at large.
  2. The Roman Catholic dogmas and doctrines might not fit the palate of every Roman Catholic, let alone an observing and critisizing protestant. (Web site)
  3. They shared John Calvin 's fierce reformation beliefs which decried the priesthood, sacramental theology, and doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church.

Roman Catholic Doctrine

  1. Roman Catholic doctrine holds that one bishop can validly ordain another male (priest) as a bishop.
  2. No attempt is made to define the nature of the real presence in the eucharist (such as the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation).
  3. Anglo-Catholicism does not offer a distinct body of theological doctrine of its own as an alternative to either Eastern Orthodox or Roman Catholic doctrine.

Doctrine

  1. In particular, Methodists reject the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation (see "Article XVIII" of the Articles of Religion, Means of Grace). (Web site)
  2. They are differently named parts of the whole "church"; Protestants reject the Roman Catholic doctrine that it is the one true church. (Web site)
  3. The beauty of the Roman Catholic doctrine of Original sin is that it controlled the flow of grace to counter the grave effects through their sacraments.

Pope John Paul

  1. Pope John Paul II reigned as pope of the Roman Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City for almost 27 years. (Web site)
  2. Pope John Paul II made a Pastoral Provision for a small number of parishes led by former Episcopal clergy who have converted to the Roman Catholic Church.
  3. Pope John Paul II acknowledged this in the last years of his life, asking publically that God forgive the sins of the early Roman Catholic Church.

Vatican

  1. Religion Most Gibraltarians are Roman Catholic, with the Diocese of Gibraltar being directly responsible to the Vatican.
  2. Most Gibraltarians are Roman Catholic, with the Diocese of Gibraltar being directly responsible to the Vatican. (Web site)
  3. Since Vatican II, Roman Catholic theologians have referred to Protestant and Restorationist denominations not as churches but as associations. (Web site)

Saints

  1. In Roman Catholic theology, since God is the God of the Living, then it follows that the saints are alive in Heaven.
  2. In the Roman Catholic Church the practice is upheld, though the cult of saints is regulated by canon law.
  3. Within the Roman Catholic tradition, a formal process of canonization developed for identifying individuals as saints.

Saint

  1. She is considered by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican churches to be a saint, with a feast day of July 22.
  2. One Roman Catholic "Saint" claimed that, "At the command of Mary all obey, even God. (Web site)
  3. Flavia Domitilla is considered a saint of Roman Catholic Church, and her relics are housed in the church of Santi Nereo e Achilleo in Rome.

Poland

  1. The rest of Poland and most of Lithuania remained firmly Roman Catholic, while Ukraine and some parts of Lithuania (i.e., Belarus) were Greek Orthodox. (Web site)
  2. The area of the Roman Catholic Church expanded enormously due to conversions of pagan kings (Scandinavia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary) and crusades.
  3. The Polish Reformed Church is a minority church in Poland, where the majority (some 90%) are Roman Catholic.

Polish

  1. Demographics and religion The population of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was never overwhelmingly either Roman Catholic or Polish.

Offices

  1. The diaconate is one of three ordained offices in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and Oriental Orthodox churches.
  2. The office of bishop is one of the three ordained offices in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and Oriental Orthodox churches.
  3. The diaconate is one of the three ordained offices in the Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Anglican churches.

Ireland

  1. While the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland retains four provinces, the Church of Ireland has only two provinces: Armagh and Dublin. (Web site)
  2. The Church of Ireland had official established church status in Ireland until 1871, although Ireland in practice remained mostly Roman Catholic. (Web site)
  3. Therefore Ireland remained Roman Catholic while England gradually became more and more Protestant. (Web site)

Northern Ireland

  1. Some 86% of the population of the Republic of Ireland and about 44% of Northern Ireland is Roman Catholic.
  2. In Northern Ireland and similarly in parts of Scotland, there is a sectarian divide between Roman Catholic and Protestant communities.
  3. In Northern Ireland there is a sectarian divide between Roman Catholic and Protestant communities.

Catholic Church

  1. For most members of this Church, the terms "Catholic Church" and "Roman Catholic Church" are synonymous. (Web site)
  2. The faith, doctrine, system, and practice of a Catholic church, especially the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)
  3. The Catholic Church in Gibraltar is part of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope and Curia in Rome. (Web site)

Papal Supremacy

  1. This reform was reversed abruptly in the subsequent reign of Queen Mary, a Roman Catholic who re-established papal supremacy.
  2. Papal supremacy is not acknowledged outside the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)

Latin Patriarch

  1. A Roman Catholic hierarchy was established in the Kingdom under a Latin Patriarch. (Web site)

Titular

  1. The Roman Catholic (arch)bishopric of Sardica, with its episcopal see in the present Bulgarian capital Sofia, is in modern times only a titular see. (Web site)
  2. Having been the Bishopric of Eastern Pamphylia, it is still a titular see of the Roman Catholic church.
  3. Ceramus remains a titular see of the Roman Catholic Church, Ceramensis, the current bishop is Héctor Javier Pizarro Acevedo, appointed on October 23, 2000.

Patriarch

  1. All members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy are answerable to the Pope, in his capacity as patriarch, and his curia. (Web site)
  2. Cardinal A cardinal, although not until recently necessarily a bishop, is usually a primate, patriarch or titular bishop within the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)

Patriarchs

  1. For example, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem is still one of the Roman Catholic patriarchs of the east.
  2. While most patriarchs in the Catholic Communion have jurisdiction, all Roman Catholic patriarchs, except for the Pope, are honorary.
  3. The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem is one of the Roman Catholic "patriarchs of the east".

Jesus

  1. Abraham Armand was a priest of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)
  2. Although himself a Roman Catholic, Garvey encouraged his followers to imagine Jesus as Black and to organize their own church. (Web site)
  3. Many people mistakenly believe the Roman Catholic Church teaches Mary is on par with Jesus in the role of mediating between God and man. (Web site)

Christian Groups

  1. The phrase "mainstream church" usually refers to the main or major Christian groups of the world, such as the Roman Catholic or the Eastern Orthodox Church. (Web site)
  2. Roman Catholic doctrine is more than this shared body of beliefs, as is the doctrine of each of the Christian groups. (Web site)
  3. This Church does not often use the name "Roman Catholic Church" for itself, except in its relations with other Christian groups. (Web site)

Religious Order

  1. It was founded by the Roman Catholic religious order of the Society of Jesus and bears the name of the Jesuit patron, Saint Ignatius of Loyola. (Web site)
  2. Missionaries of Charity is a Roman Catholic religious order established in 1950, which consists of over 4,500 nuns and is active in 133 countries. (Web site)
  3. This is exclusively a Roman Catholic and a religious Order, known now as the Sovereign Military Order. (Web site)

Great Majority

  1. The great majority of Bolivians are Roman Catholic (the official religion), although Protestant denominations are expanding strongly.
  2. The great majority of the population of Argentina is Roman Catholic.
  3. As a result, in the eastern territories a Polish (or Polonized) aristocracy dominated a peasantry whose great majority was neither Polish nor Roman Catholic.

Christianity

  1. Portugal ruled over Angola for 400 years and both countries share cultural aspects: language (Portuguese) and main religion (Roman Catholic Christianity). (Web site)
  2. As Pope, John Paul II's most important role was to teach people about Roman Catholic Christianity.
  3. Christianity: The religion derived from Jesus Christ, based on the Bible as sacred scripture and professed by Eastern, Roman Catholic and Protestant bodies. (Web site)

Roman Catholicism

  1. He was raised a Roman Catholic, and remained a loyal member of the Church throughout his life; see: Mozart and Roman Catholicism. (Web site)
  2. The main confessions in the town are Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy, with two Roman Catholic and one Orthodox church being present.
  3. Roman Catholicism comprises the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)

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