When is lent in the catholic religion?

Answer Lent takes place in the 40 days before Easter, which is the first Sunday after spring's first full moon, as decided by the Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Hol... Read More »

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When was the catholic religion formed?

Jesus Christ founded the Catholic church after his death. Three days after his crucifixion and burial, Jesus rose from the grave and named the apostle Peter the first Bishop of the Catholic church.... Read More »

When did the catholic religion start?

After Jesus Christ was crucified and rose from the dead in 33 A.D., he founded the Catholic church and appointed the apostle Peter as its first pope. However, as Herbert Thurston points out in the ... Read More »

When did the catholic religion begin?

According to Religion Facts, Roman Catholicism dates to the apostles, particularly Peter, who is regarded as the first pope. However, it was several centuries after the life of Christ that today's ... Read More »

How old is the catholic religion?

According to the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, the Roman Catholic Church believes it was established in Rome by the mid-1st century. Religious historians and liberal theologians argue... Read More »