Primary beliefs

Catholics believe in that there is only one god. Catholics believe in jesus christ as the son of god who was sent to save mankind from death and sin.


The catholics practice accepting the Eucharist where the bread and drink wine ,this is an reenactment of the last supper. They also do confirmation is a sacrament, ritual or rite of passage practised by several Christian denominations. The word means strengthening or deepening one's relationship with God.

Sacred Texts

A very sacred text is The Bible, The Bible is not just one book, it’s full of stories, songs, and poetry, history and letters, as well as literature. The Christian bible has two sections, the old testament, and the new testament. The old testament is the original Hebrew Bible, the sacred scriptures of jewish faith, written at different times between about 1200 and 165 BC. The New Testament books were written by Christians in the first century AD.

Location/Dates of Origin/Historic Events

An important day to catholics is All Saints Day, also known as Hollows day, on November 1st. It’s a feast day, its an opportunity for believers to remember all saints and martyrs, known and unknown throughout christian history. A very historic event to christians was the life and death of jesus. Jesus was resurrected on a Sunday.

Important Dates/Holidays/Rituals and Celebrations:

Mary mother of god (Wednesday January 1,2014),Ascension (Thursday May 29, 2014)Assumption of Mary (Friday August 15,2014) All saints day (Saturday November 1,2014) Immaculate conception( Monday December 8,2014) Christmas (Thursday December 25,2014) Ash wednesday,Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday,Good Friday,Holy Saturday,Easter Sunday,Divine Mercy,Pentecost Sunday,Trinity Sunday,Corpus Christi,Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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Heaven is spent with praising God or In Heaven and is beyond beautiful some people can’t comprehend

Hell:Eternity is spent in Hell with Satan and all of his demons.All who go get tormented and tortured and they become isolated from God without any hope of mercy or relief.

Annihilation:The body rots ones spirit,memory,personality,awareness,body,and mind disappear.

Transmigration of the Soul:Our soul and spirit are reborn into another living entity-not necessarily human.

Reincarnation:Our Soul and Spirit are reborn into another living entity again not necessarily human.

Current Adherents Worldwide/Geographic Distribution/Statistics

More than eight-in-ten people have a religious group. 2.2 billion Christians (32% of the world’s population), 1.6 billion Muslims (23%), 1 billion Hindus (15%), nearly 500 million Buddhists (7%) and 14 million Jews (0.2%) around the world. more than 400 million people (6%) practice religions.

Other Interesting Information

You may wonder, who killed Jesus? Caiaphas was a supreme political operator and one of the most influential men in Jerusalem. He'd already survived 18 years as High Priest of the Temple (most High Priests only lasted 4), and had built a strong alliance with the occupying Roman power. Caiaphas knew everybody who mattered. He was the de-facto ruler of the worldwide Jewish community at that time, and he planned to keep it that way. The case against Caiaphas is that he arrested Jesus, tried him in a kangaroo court and convicted him on a religious charge that carried the death penalty.