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  1. The simple answer is that Jesus Christ founded the church which began at Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost and continued in the lives of those who truly belonged to Him and put their faith in Him, no matter what their relationship was to any particular leaders in the visible church structure.

  2. The Latin Church is one of four sui iuris Catholic churches in Ukraine, the others being the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church, and the Armenian Catholic Church, all in full communion with each other and the Pope. The Latin Church presence performs its liturgies according to the Latin liturgical rites .

  3. Nov 02, 2015 · Moreover: our Church HAS an official language: Latin—hence the term, “The Latin Church.”. True, in the Vatican itself the daily language is Italian, but all the official documents are in ...

  4. Roman Catholics are Catholics in or from the local church (diocese) of Rome. (Though almost nobody uses it this way). Latin Catholics are members of the Latin Church, the largest of the 24 autonomous churches in the Catholic communion. Most often “Roman Catholic” is used as synonymous with Latin Catholic. This is acceptable, as mo Continue Reading

  5. Sep 03, 2018 · In July 2007, Pope Benedict XVI restored the Traditional Latin Mass as one of the two forms of the Mass in the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church. In Summorum Pontificum, the Pope Emeritus declared that the Traditional Latin Mass, in use in the Western Church for 1,500 years, would henceforth be known as the "Extraordinary Form" of the Mass.

  6. we are called to live this commitment to the gospel by professing the full and authentic catholic faith in the doctrinal, sacramental and liturgical tradition of the roman catholic church, while possessing an indisputable line of apostolic succession of holy orders, together with its accompanying canonical authority, via the archiepiscopal see of …

  7. Feb 08, 2022 · Today, the Roman Catholic Church lists 37 saints officially recognized by papal pronouncement as doctors of the church. Until after the Second Vatican Council, which met from 1962 to 1965 and...