Catholic church added: “Baptism for the remission of sin”

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THE WORD CATHOLIC TAKES ON A NEW MEANING

The Catholic Church as we know it today took on its own form of the Apostles creed. and added, “Baptism for the remission of sin”. Many changes are to take place within the Roman Catholic Church.

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The Roman Catholic Church developed many of its dogmatic positions over a long period of time. This is the beginning of a gradual departure from the true faith of the church and from the truth in the word of God, the Bible.

The Roman Catholic Church is beginning to form its doctrine and new laws for its followers.

The following is a list of some of the dogma that the Catholic Church has accepted over time.

310 A.D. Prayer for the dead, Prayer for the dead is one of the greatest acts of charity we can perform. Our prayers help them during their time in Purgatory, so that they can enter more quickly into the fullness of heaven.

320 A.D. Lighting of the candle, A votive candle or prayer candle is a small candle, typically white or beeswax yellow. Candles are lit for prayer intentions. To “light a candle for someone” indicates one’s intention to say a prayer for another person, and the candle symbolizes that prayer.

394 A.D. MASS, “Mass” is one of the names by which the sacrament of the Eucharist is commonly called in the Roman Catholic Church. The Mass or Eucharist is the central act of worship in the Catholic Church, which describes it as “the source and summit of the Christian life”. Many other sacraments are celebrated in the Mass.

432 A.D. Worship of Mary, Roman Catholic veneration of Mary, the mother of Jesus, which has grown over time in importance, is manifested not only in prayer but also in the visual arts, poetry and music. Popes have encouraged it, while also taking steps to reform some manifestations of it. Belief in the incarnation of God the Son through Mary is the basis for calling her the Mother of God. When they opened the tomb of Mary her body was gone. Catholic tradition says she rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven with both body and soul intact in what is called the Assumption of Mary.

500 A.D. The Priest begin wearing distinctive Robes, Vestments are liturgical garments and articles associated primarily with the Christian religion, especially among the Eastern Orthodox, Catholics (Latin Rite and others),Anglicans, and Lutherans. Many other groups also make use of liturgical garments; this was a point of controversy in the Protestant Reformation.

593 A.D. The doctrine of Purgatory was introduced, Purgatory, according to Catholic Church doctrine, is an intermediary state after physical death in which those destined for heaven “undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven”. Only those who die in the state of grace but have not in life reached a sufficient level of holiness can be in Purgatory.

2 Comments

  • Reply May 10, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    March 14, 2013 — Of all the unthinkable candidates, Jorge Mario Bergoglio is perhaps the worst. Not because he openly professes doctrines against the faith and morals, but because, judging from his work as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, faith and morals seem to have been irrelevant to him . . . He has not missed any occasion for holding acts in which he lent his Cathedral to Protestants, Muslims, Jews, and even to partisan groups in the name of an impossible and unnecessary interreligious dialogue. He is famous for his meetings with Protestants in the Luna Park arena where, together with preacher of the Pontifical House, Raniero Cantalamessa, he was “blessed” by Protestant ministers, in a common act of worship in which he, in practice, accepted the validity of the “powers” of the TV-pastors. . . Full story: rorate-caeli.blogspot.com

  • Reply July 3, 2016

    Mary Ellen Nissley

    Acts 2:38 Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins…

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