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Roman Catholic Church Worship and Pray to Mary

Why does the RCC venerate and pray to Mary and replace her with Jesus Christ as an advocate for humanity to enter the Kingdom of Heaven and is a “church” ful…
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Roman Photo Frame with Cross Dangle Charm For Communion or Baptism

Roman Photo Frame with Cross Dangle Charm For Communion or Baptism

  • Message: Love the Lord your God, let Him put joy in your heart
  • Size: 6.25″ high by 7″ wide
  • Photo opening is 3.5″ by 5″
  • Gift box

This elegant frame is the perfect way to display a photo of your child on his or her day of baptism or communion. You will love the scroll work at the bottom of the frame as well as the heart cut out that contains a silvery cross charm. This frame measures 6.25″ high by 7″ wide. Photo opening is 3.5″ by 5″. The message is Love the Lord your God, let Him put joy in your heart.

List Price: $ 13.27

Price: $ 13.27

Are there any historical evidences for the claims made by the Roman Catholic Church?

Question by George John: Are there any historical evidences for the claims made by the Roman Catholic Church?
Is there any evidences for the following

1) Roman catholic church was started in 33 AD
2) Peter was the pope and there was unbroken line of history since 33 AD?
3) That their church was the ONLY church of early Christianity? Did no other sect exist till the legalization of Christianity in Rome?

I DO NOT want any biblical verses (about Peter, Rock, One church, binding, loosing, pillar and Foundation etc etc….) For, the purpose of this question, I wont consider the Biblical verses.

I am interested in HISTORICAL evidences which are verified and acknowledged by all historians (not just catholics)

Best answer:

Answer by Flawed_logic
1) The Roman Catholic Church Historically isn’t considered real until really Leo the Great. Prior to this it was considered part of Proto-Orthodoxy, explained in (3). The 33ad is considered the Spiritual date. Others would argue that the construction of St. Peter’s Basilica under constantine is the start.

2) This is a subject of debate, but it is plausible. Rome would be the successor as that is Peter’s “resting place”. Rome had a high Jewish population, which would’ve attracted Peter there, and was a center of learning and teaching. It was also a well established tradition by the first century that Peter died in Rome, which is why it should be given at least some credence. From here, the successor of Rome is considered the Spiritual successor to Peter. This is the so called “unbroken chain”

3) There were many Churches at the time, something embraced by Catholicism. As a matter of fact, there were literally hundreds, many competing for dominance with Proto-Orthodoxy (what we have today). The Church says that Proto-Orthodoxy was the one true Chruch, and that all others (Ebionite, Marcionites, Gnostics, etc.) were false/heresies. That is why they say there is only one early Church.

The primary statement on this is found in the Nicene Creed, which was used as a metaphorical fence around Proto-Orthodoxy. It directly attacks other sect’s beliefs and states Proto-Orthodoxy’s own.

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Was the Roman Church for the first three centuries, Christian?

Question by jeeveswantstoknow: Was the Roman Church for the first three centuries, Christian?
Did the Church of Rome worship on any certain day of the week?
What day of the week did the Christians of the first three centuries after Christ died, hold as God’s Sabbath. Did they worship on the seventh day, or another day of the week? Did they follow the 4th Commandment of God, or did they abide by another’s decree? Did they emmulate Christ and try to walk in His footsteps, or that of another?

Best answer:

Answer by cosmick
Up until the creation of Christianity in 329AD the Romans were pagans.

Many aspects and traditions of the pagan religions were incorporated into the Christian faith to make it more attractive and easier for the pagan converts.

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