What is unbiblical about the Catholic Church?
Catholic teachings are unbiblical and meant to keep the people in line without allowing them to actually learn anything about God. There are no Bible studies in the Catholic Church, just meaningless rituals like repetitious prayer, something Jesus warned us not to do.
Who is Catholic’s God?
No. Who do Catholics worship? Catholics worship the One and Only God, who is the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.) He is ONE God, in three divine Persons, and his name is YHWH or Yahweh.
What are the offshoots of Catholicism?
In addition to the Latin, or Roman, tradition, there are seven non-Latin, non-Roman ecclesial traditions: Armenian, Byzantine, Coptic, Ethiopian, East Syriac (Chaldean), West Syriac, and Maronite. Each to the Churches with these non-Latin traditions is as Catholic as the Roman Catholic Church.
Does the Catechism contradict the Bible?
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC TRADITIONS CONTRADICT THE TRUTH OF THE BIBLE AND THE INTENTIONS OF GOD REGARDING THE DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH. HENCE OBEYING THE CATHOLIC TRADITIONS IN VIOLATION OF THE BIBLICAL TRUTH CAN EVEN LEAD TO ETERNAL DAMNATION.
What is the oldest Catholic rite?
The Liturgy of Saint James is a form of Christian liturgy used by some Eastern Christians of the Byzantine rite and West Syriac Rite.
Can a Catholic marry a divorcee?
The Catholic Church teaches that marriages are unbreakable unions, and thus remarrying after a divorce (without an annulment) is a sin.
What’s the difference between a Catholic and a Roman Catholic?
The main differences between Roman Catholics and Catholics are that Roman Catholics form the major Christian group, and Catholics are only a small group of the Christian community, also called as “Greek Orthodox.” It is believed that when Christianity started, only one church was followed.
What sets Catholic apart from Christianity?
Moreover, the hierarchical nature of Catholicism sets it apart from other Christian churches. It is a pyramid with the Pope at the top, followed by cardinals (who have the right to elect a new pope on the death of the current incumbent), archbishops, bishops, priests, deacons and laity.