Followers of Christianity are called Christians
Info about Christianity
Christians follow the God of Abraham and are a monotheistic religion. They visit a church on Sunday which is a worship day (the worship leader is sometimes called a priest). Some major holidays include Easter, (The day Jesus was resurrected) and Christmas. (the day Jesus was born) Jesus is the founder of Christianity, but was born a Jew himself. Jesus was born in Judea which is near Bethlehem and Jerusalem which are considered holy cities of Christianity. A familiar symbol of Christianity is the Holy Trinity, which is God the Father, God the Son, (Jesus Christ) and God the Holy Spirit. Baptism is the entrance into Christianity. Another thing that is often is practiced by Christians is communion where Christ is the breaking of bread, his flesh, and drinking of wine, his blood. (is sometimes grape juice)
The Cross symbolizes the crucifixion of Christ where Jesus died and was resurrected three days later.
The wine (once blessed) is Jesus' blood.
The bread (once blessed) is Jesus' body.
Priest (worship leader)
The priest is the leader of the sunday service.
Catholicism is considered the first Christian religion and the leader of the catholic religion is the pope (right now it is Pope Francis l)
A Church is the worship place of Christians