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  • Roman Catholic Church
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  • The Roman Catholic Church is a denomination of the human Christian faith and one of the dominant religions of planet Earth.
  • The Roman Catholic Church (ローマ正教 Rōma Seikyō?, lit. "Roman Orthodox Church") is the world's largest Christian organization, boasting a number of 2 billion worshippers, spanning across 113 countries. It is one of the three major Christian denominations, alongside the Anglican Purist Church and the Russian Orthodox Church. Their central base is the Vatican City State, protected by a barrier that incorporates a magical formation that involves 90% of the buildings in Rome, and a 'lock' that changes every hour, a security which supposedly not even Index Librorum Prohibitorum can break through.
  • The Roman Catholic Church is one of the major sects of Christianity. Its adherents believe that they are "the one true Church" founded by Jesus Christ who built it upon "the rock" mentioned in Matthew 16:18, which is interpreted by them as Peter the apostle, whom by their traditional belief was made the first pope.
  • The Roman Catholic Church owes allegiance to the Pope in Rome. Roman Catholics believe that the pope is the successor of Saint Peter and has unchallenged authority from Jesus. The Eastern Orthodox Church split off. Later at a time of serious papal corruption Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation.
  • The Roman Catholic Church is a major Christian religion in the world.
  • The Roman Catholic Church, or Catholic Church, is the Christian Church which is led by the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, currently His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. Formally, the Roman Catholic Church defines itself as the Church governed by the Pope - considered to be the "successor of Peter", and therefore charged with leadership of all Christians - and the bishops in communion with him. As such, it teaches that it is the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church founded by Jesus, and that it was instituted for the salvation of all people. It seeks to accomplish this through teaching, and the administration of seven sacraments. It bases its teachings on both Scripture and the traditions of the church, many of which it believes to have been passed down from the Twelve Apostles or from Jesus himsel
  • The Catholic Church, commonly known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest single homogeneous religious group in the word, members of which are known as Catholics and who adhere to the faith of Catholicism. The Church is the largest and the oldest denomination of the Christian faith - as a denomination of Christianity it shares the common Christian concepts of the birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ but differs on a number of other theological and religious fundamentals. Specifically, Catholicism is distinguished by it's interpretation (and translation) of the Holy Bible, rules of daily life, size, age and adherence to a central leader known as the Pope. Catholics assert that the Pope is the successor to Saint Peter, one of the Disciples of Christ, who they belie
  • A major part of Earth society for over 2000 years, the Roman Catholic Church was suffering waning numbers through the last half of the 30th Century. Pope Benedict XX tried unsuccessfully to pull the ailing Church together and began preaching a strong doctrine of acceptance to an increasingly xenophobic congregation. In December of 3000, however, terrorists from the Keep Earth Pure movement detonated multiple plasma bombs over Earth's surface which ended up killing the Pope and destroying the Vatican. The vast majority of Catholics were also killed in the bombs' wake.
Leader
  • Pope Pietro Yogdis
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  • Magic side
Magic Specialization
  • Various
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Status
  • Active
Affiliation
  • Christianity
Role
  • Christian church
Name
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Roman Orthodox Church
  • Rōma Seikyō
Type
  • Monotheistic
  • Religious institution
Replaced
  • Enigma Babylon One World Faith
Organization Image
  • Emblem of the Holy See usual.svg.png
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Image caption
  • The crossed keys of St. Peter, symbol of the Church.
Founder
  • Jesus Christ
Created
  • Around First Century AD
Headquarters
Image size
  • 128
Allegiance
  • Itself
Religion
  • Catholicism
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Alt
  • The crossed keys of Saint Peter, symbol of the Church.
Dissolved
  • During first year of Tribulation
Size
  • Two billion followers
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  • A major part of Earth society for over 2000 years, the Roman Catholic Church was suffering waning numbers through the last half of the 30th Century. Pope Benedict XX tried unsuccessfully to pull the ailing Church together and began preaching a strong doctrine of acceptance to an increasingly xenophobic congregation. In December of 3000, however, terrorists from the Keep Earth Pure movement detonated multiple plasma bombs over Earth's surface which ended up killing the Pope and destroying the Vatican. The vast majority of Catholics were also killed in the bombs' wake. In 3004, a group of Catholics on La Terre appointed a new Pope, designated John Paul XV, and he is gaining a strong following amongst remaining Catholics. The number of practioners and support for the new Pope grew in part out of the uncertainty of the Birthright War. One of the reasons being due to the unique 're-incarnation' of La Terre and her citizens called into question as to whether or not those resurrected had the souls of the original population. It remains a point of contention within religious circles. It should be noted the new Pope although based on La Terre, is a human immigrant from Earth and not one of those brought back from the dead by the Il'Ri'Kamm Hive Mind.
  • The Roman Catholic Church is a denomination of the human Christian faith and one of the dominant religions of planet Earth.
  • The Roman Catholic Church (ローマ正教 Rōma Seikyō?, lit. "Roman Orthodox Church") is the world's largest Christian organization, boasting a number of 2 billion worshippers, spanning across 113 countries. It is one of the three major Christian denominations, alongside the Anglican Purist Church and the Russian Orthodox Church. Their central base is the Vatican City State, protected by a barrier that incorporates a magical formation that involves 90% of the buildings in Rome, and a 'lock' that changes every hour, a security which supposedly not even Index Librorum Prohibitorum can break through.
  • The Roman Catholic Church, or Catholic Church, is the Christian Church which is led by the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, currently His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. Formally, the Roman Catholic Church defines itself as the Church governed by the Pope - considered to be the "successor of Peter", and therefore charged with leadership of all Christians - and the bishops in communion with him. As such, it teaches that it is the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church founded by Jesus, and that it was instituted for the salvation of all people. It seeks to accomplish this through teaching, and the administration of seven sacraments. It bases its teachings on both Scripture and the traditions of the church, many of which it believes to have been passed down from the Twelve Apostles or from Jesus himself. According to official Church figures, it has a membership of over a billion people, about half of the estimated 2.1 billion Christians worldwide.
  • The Catholic Church, commonly known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest single homogeneous religious group in the word, members of which are known as Catholics and who adhere to the faith of Catholicism. The Church is the largest and the oldest denomination of the Christian faith - as a denomination of Christianity it shares the common Christian concepts of the birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ but differs on a number of other theological and religious fundamentals. Specifically, Catholicism is distinguished by it's interpretation (and translation) of the Holy Bible, rules of daily life, size, age and adherence to a central leader known as the Pope. Catholics assert that the Pope is the successor to Saint Peter, one of the Disciples of Christ, who they believe established the Church at Jesus' command
  • The Roman Catholic Church is one of the major sects of Christianity. Its adherents believe that they are "the one true Church" founded by Jesus Christ who built it upon "the rock" mentioned in Matthew 16:18, which is interpreted by them as Peter the apostle, whom by their traditional belief was made the first pope.
  • The Roman Catholic Church owes allegiance to the Pope in Rome. Roman Catholics believe that the pope is the successor of Saint Peter and has unchallenged authority from Jesus. The Eastern Orthodox Church split off. Later at a time of serious papal corruption Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation.
  • The Roman Catholic Church is a major Christian religion in the world.
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