16 Facts About Catholic theology


Catholic theology is the understanding of Catholic doctrine or teachings, and results from the studies of theologians.

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Major teachings of the Catholic theology Church discussed in the early councils of the church are summarized in various creeds, especially the Nicene Creed and the Apostles' Creed.

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Formal Catholic theology worship is ordered by means of the liturgy, which is regulated by church authority.

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Catholic theology wrote of "the Trinity of God, His Word and His Wisdom ".

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Catholic theology Church teaches that the fate of those in purgatory can be affected by the actions of the living.

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Catholic theology Church teaches that it is the one, holy, Catholic theology, and apostolic Church founded by Jesus.

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Hence they could not be saved who, knowing that the Catholic theology Church was founded as necessary by God through Christ, would refuse either to enter it or to remain in it.

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Faith of the Church is a basic concept of Catholic theology which implies that not the faithful individual but the Catholic Church as a whole is considered to be the primary carrier of Christian faith.

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Catholic theology is given special honor and devotion above all other saints but this honor and devotion differs essentially from the adoration given to God.

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Catholic theology is called the greatest of the saints, the first disciple, and Queen of Heaven.

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The Catholic theology Church, following the example of Christ and Apostolic tradition, ordains only males.

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All rites of the Catholic theology Church maintain the ancient tradition that, after ordination, marriage is not allowed.

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Apostolic succession is the belief that the pope and Catholic theology bishops are the spiritual successors of the original twelve apostles, through the historically unbroken chain of consecration.

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The Catholic theology Church believes it is the continuation of those who remained faithful to the apostolic leadership and rejected false teachings.

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Catholic theology belief is that the Church will never defect from the truth, and bases this on Jesus' telling Peter "the gates of hell will not prevail against" the Church.

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Eastern Catholic theology Churches have as their theological, spiritual, and liturgical patrimony the traditions of Eastern Christianity.

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