Saint Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - baldachino | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Saint Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - baldachino | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Roman Catholic - The Apostles' Creed, which in its present form is later than the Nicene Creed, is also broadly accepted in the West, but is not used in the Eastern liturgy. One or other of these two creeds is recited in the Roman Rite Mass directly after the homily on all Sundays and solemnities. In the Roman Catholic Church, the Nicene Creed is part of the profession of faith required of those undertaking important functions within the Church.

The Apostle's Creed Infographic: The history of the creed that we say as the first prayer of the rosary, and also sometimes prayed at mass instead of the Nicene Creed.

Sometimes converts have a hard time getting back to God's Word.  How do we read and study God's Word as a woman of the Catholic faith?  Great wisdom for busy moms!

Now that I'm Catholic...how do I read the Bible

How does an everyday Catholic read the scriptures under the authority of the Church that Christ established. Let's read the Bible!

Best 25+ Roman catholic beliefs

Best 25+ Roman catholic beliefs

Catholics do NOT believe...(great list of many of the false beliefs about our beloved Church)

For anyone wanting to know what Catholics DO believe, please ask a priest, consult the Vatican’s website, read the Catechism, or ask a faithful Catholic! Source: Chelsea T. Hall - 17 Myths of.

How to Pray Rosary Prayer

7 Best Images of Printable Rosary Pamphlet Fold - How to Pray the Rosary Pamphlet Printable, How to Say the Rosary Pamphlet Printable and How to Pray Rosary Prayer

Compare the main differences between Roman Catholic beliefs and the teachings of most other Protestant denominations.

Compare 20 Beliefs of Catholics and Protestants

What is the meaning of Transubstantiation? Learn the definition in Catholic theology, along with information about Real Presence and Communion.

A Huguenot, on St. Bartholomew's Day, Refusing to Shield Himself from Danger by Wearing the Roman Catholic Badge  - John Everett Millais

A Huguenot, on St. Bartholomew's Day, Refusing to Shield Himself from Danger by Wearing the Roman Catholic Badge, 1852 - John Everett Millais

Catholic Wealth and Spending

Explanation for when people accuse the Catholic Church of having too much wealth and not selling it all off to serve the poor. - Catholicism: Wealth and Spending Infographic

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