Who creates the Church (Catholic or universal)?

Who creates the Church (Catholic or universal)?

The Catholic Church. The Catholic word is derived from the Greek word katholicos, which means "universal". As we know from the previous parts of this article, the Catholic Church is the largest religious organization in the world. It is, of course, formalized, has its own rules, principles and clear structures. But who really forms the Church? Is it a collection of priests and priests? Or should we look at it a little differently?

The Church is made up of people. It is made up of the faithful. The Church is made up of people. It is all the good and warmth that we encounter on our way to meet others. It is all the faithful who are both the foundation and the pillar of the whole Church. The Church is based on certain principles, love and morals, but its main bond is made up of people. Each one of us is a small part of this organisation on a daily basis. At the same time, each one of us is equal and equally important to the whole structure of the Church. It is we people who are sent to this world to spread the work of the Lord. The Lord Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, initiated the work we call the Church today. The Church is also made up of all the faithful. It is one of the most important and unquestionable principles of the whole community.