Who makes up the Church (Catholic or universal)?

Catholic Church. The word Catholic comes from the Greek word katholicos which means "universal". As we know from previous parts of this article, the Catholic Church is the largest religious organization in the world. It is, of course, formalized, with rules, regulations and clear structures. But who actually makes up the Church? Is it a collection of priests and priests? Or should we look...

Who founded the Catholic Church and when?

The Church was founded by Jesus Christ. In the New Testament, the founding of the Church was prophesied by Jesus Christ of Nazareth, who said to St Peter the Apostle, 'Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it' (Matthew 16:18). Who founded the Catholic Church? When should we consider the origins of the Catholic Church?

What makes the church different from other communities?

What makes the church different from other communities? What makes it unique? Certainly there are innumerable reasons to speak of the uniqueness of the Church. We are talking here about the Church as a certain community. We must begin with a definition of community. A community is a certain grouping of people who usually form an informal structure, characterized by strong ties, and even brotherhood....