I. The Creed

Category: Catholic Faith.

I. Creed

Discover what the Catholic Church believes; here in Part One of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) - The Creed, or The Profession of Faith, encounter the Christian mystery, the object of faith. Also see a summary of the principal articles of faith in these two professions of the Church:

The Catholic Cemetery

Category: Catholic Faith.

The Catholic Cemetery

Conscious of profound religious significance, the Church has shown keen interest and concern throughout the centuries for the care of the deceased. The event of death is surrounded by deep Catholic faith, tradition and reverence for the burial and the burial places of those who hope to rise in Christ. Catholic cemeteries, established and cared for by the Church from its beginning, often at considerable sacrifice, are not primarily a... Read More

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Final Sacraments

Category: Catholic Faith.

"Because of Christ, Christian death has a positive meaning: 'For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.'  The saying is sure: if we have died with him, we will also live with him.  What is essentially new about Christian death is this: through Baptism, the Christian has already 'died with Christ' sacramentally, in order to live a new life; and if we die in Christ's grace, physical death completes this 'dying with Christ' and so completes our incorporation into him in his redeeming act:... Read More

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