Deposit of Faith

Deposit of Faith

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Catholic Church Never Changes

The doctrine of purgatory established by Gregory I.
600 A.D. Latin language, used in prayer and worship, imposed by Gregory I.
600 A.D. Prayers directed to Mary, dead saints and angels.*
607 A.D. Title of pope, or universal bishop, given to Boniface III by Emperor Phocas.
709 A.D. Kissing the pope's foot, began with Constantine.
750 A.D. Temporal power of the popes conferred by Pepin, king of the Franks.
786 A.D. Authorised worship of the cross, images and relics.
850 A.D. Holy water, mixed with a pinch of salt and blessed by a priest.
890 A.D. Worship of Saint Joseph.
927 A.D. College of the Cardinals established.
965 A.D. Baptism of Bells, instituted by Pope John XIII.
995 A.D. Canonization of dead saints, by Pope John XV.
998 A.D. Fasting on Fridays and during Lent.
1079 A.D. Mandatory observance of the mass.
1090 A.D. The rosary, mechanical praying, invented by Peter the
The cup forbidden to the people at communion by the Council of Constance.
1439 A.D. Purgatory proclaimed as a dogma by the Council of Florence.
1439 A.D. The doctrine of seven sacraments affirmed.
1508 A.D. The Ave Maria (Hail Mary) -completed fifty years later and approved by Pope Sixtus V about 1600 A.D.
1534 A.D. Jesuit Order founded by Ignatius Loyola.
1545 A.D. Tradition declared of equal authority with the Bible by the Council of Trent.
1546 A.D. Apocryphal books added to the Bible by the Council of Trent.
1560 A.D. 'Creed' of Pope Pius IV imposed as the official creed.
1854 A.D. Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary proclaimed by Pope Pius IX.
1864 A.D. The 'Syllabus of Errors' proclaimed by Pope Pius IX and ratified by the Vatican Council; condemned freedom of religion, conscience, speech, press, and scientific discoveries which are not approved by the Roman Church; and also asserted the pope's temporal authority over all civil rules
1950 A.D. Assumption of the Virgin Mary (bodily ascension into heaven shortly after her death) proclaimed by Pope Pius XII.

*approximate dates

Our catholic church never changes. Well, maybe this is what we tell outsiders. But we have to change,cause some of our beliefs have become outdated, or found to be not so true.But still, this is the church Christ founded. Come home to Rome.The statues and holy images are there to bring you closer to Christ. Even Christ said it himself, that Staues must be used to elevate your walk with him. Paul said so too.

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