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When we ask: “From whom do we learn to know, love and serve God? The Answer is “We learn to know, Love and serve God from Jesus Christ the Son of God who teaches us through the Catholic” and that we may have at our finger tips the principal truths taught by Christ, the Church has completed those truths together in the declaration of faith which we call the Apostle’s Creed. These are the fundamental truths upon which a Catholic life is built. The Apostle’s Creed is such an ancient Christian Symbol that no one knows exactly when it was first formulated in its present working. It goes back to the early days of Christian beginnings. We can be very sure that when we begin, “I believe in God, the Father Almighty we are reciting in substance the very same profession of faith which the first converts to Christianity – Cornelius, Apollos, Aquila, and Cornelius and the rest so proudly recited and so joyfully sealed with their blood. Some of the truths which we believe in the Apostle’s Creed are truths which are under ideal conditions, we could figure out for ourselves. Such are the facts that: God Exists Almighty Creator of Heaven and Earth Other truths are known to us only because God has made them known such as the fact the Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that there are three persons in on God, the whole body of truths which God has made known to us. This whole body of truth is called “Devine Revelation” that is, it is truth which has been revealed to us by God. The Apostles’ Creed is divided into 3 parts. The first part speaks of the first Divine Person and the wonderful work of creation; the next speaks of the second Divine Person and the mystery of His redemption of man; the final part speaks of the third Divine Person, the origin and source of our sanctification.

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 This dogma explains that Jesus as true God and perfect cannot be carried in a vessel with original.  At the Last Supper he instituted the Eucharist and Holy Orders. Anne. master". Slide 7: Article 3 Article 3: He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. He must be carried in the womb (In Mother Mary) in a perfect. . Lord. sinless state. His only Son. death and resurrection.  The Paschal Mystery of Jesus comprises his passion. Slide 6: Article 2 Slide 6: Article 2 Article 2: And in Jesus Christ.Slide 5 Article 1 Article 1: I believe in God the Father Almighty creator of heaven and earth  I believe in one God  He revealed his name “ I am Who Am”  The Hebrew HYWH ( I Am Who AM) translated to The Greek word Kyrios (κύριος) means "lord. was crucified. born of the Virgin Mary  God the Son became man for our salvation  Jesus was conceived by Mary by the power of the Holy Spirit  Mary was conceived immaculately meaning she was free from original sin at the moment of her conception by St. died and was buried. In religious usage it designates God. Slide 8: Article 4 Article 4: He suffered under Pontius Pilate.  God is almighty because there is nothing impossible with God  God created everything visible and invisible. our Lord  I have faith in Jesus the Son of the leaving God  He is the Second Person in the Holy Trinity  Jesus His name means God saves which was given to May by Angel Gabriel during the Annunciation  Christ means anointed one.

Jesus freed the just and opened the doors of heaven for them. Article 7 Article 7: From thence He shall come again to judge the living and the dead. No one knows the time of Christ’s return. The Holy Spirit filled Mother Mary with Grace and the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles on Pentecost Sunday . After 40 days on earth he ascended into heaven and was witnessed by the apostles. Article 8 Article 8: I believe in the Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit is the Third Person of the Holy Trinity. To be seated at the right hand means that He was honored in heaven. On the third he was resurrected. Slide 11. the power of God preserved his body form corruption. Slide 12.Slide 8: Article 4 He was handed over to Pilate the Roman Governor of Judea to be executed by Crucifixion He died and was buried. It was the state of all those. At the end of time Christ will come again in full glory and might to pass judgment to the living and the dead. who died before Christ. “Hell” was different from the hell of the dammed. The Holy Spirit was present in the Baptism of Chirst. Slide 9: Article 5 Article 5: He descended into the dead. on the third day He rose again. however. Slide 10: Article 6 Article 6: He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty. righteous and evil.

For sins after Baptism.Slide: 13: Article 9 Christ communicates His Spirit and the Grace of God through the sacraments. Article 11: I believe in the resurrection of the body On the Judgment Day those who died in the state of grace will be resurrected. the communion of Saints. We can ask for their intercession and we pray for the departed in purgatory. Slide 16: Article 12 Article 12: I believe in life everlasting. Those who died in the state of grace upon the last day will be resurrected and will have life everlasting. Article 9: I believe in the Catholic Church. Those who are condemned will be dammed forever. The immortal soul will be united with the body and will join Christ in Heaven forever. The Church was founded by Jesus Christ aided by the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Sunday. Article 10: I believe in the forgiveness of sins Slide15: Article 11 First sacrament for the forgiveness of is Baptism. . Church refers to the people of God who forms an assembly of Baptized individuals. The Church continues the ministry of Christ through its Magisterium The Church continues Christ’s sanctification through the Sacraments Slide 14: Article 10 Communion with Saints that we can communicate with our dead through prayers. Christ instituted the sacrament of Penance.