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 Where did the Roman Catholic religion originate?

Answer The Roman Catholic Church began in Rome, when Emperor Constantine made Christianity the official state religion of the Roman Empire in 313 AD. Roman Catholicism spread throughout Europe after 800 A... Read More »
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What Does the Roman Catholic Religion Teach?

The Roman Catholic Church is one of the oldest Christian denominations in existence, with more than one billion members worldwide. Its teachings emphasize the gospel and New Testament, the "Catechi... Read More »
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Where did the roman catholic religion begin?

The Roman Catholic Church traces its roots to the consecration of Peter by Jesus in the New Testament. Historically, the Roman Catholic Church as an institution began with the establishment of Chri... Read More »
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Where was the Roman Catholic religion founded?

Jerusalem and Rome both may lay claim to being the birthplace of Catholicism. The church asserts that it was founded upon the crucifixion of Christ in Jerusalem in 33 A.D. However, the church began... Read More »
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What is the Roman Catholic Church?

The Roman Catholic Church was established nearly 2,000 years ago. According to tradition, Saint Peter, a disciple of Jesus, was its first leader (Pope). Over a billion Christians are members of t... Read More »
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