Simple Guide to the Roman Catholic Church

Edmund Hartley
The Roman Catholic Church has at its head the pope in Rome in direct line of succession to St. Peter, appointed by Jesus Christ in circa AD33 to be the head of the new Christian church. All other Christian traditions reject the Pope's supremacy (together with the principle of infallibility when the Pope rules on Church dogma); but above all, the Roman Catholic is distinguished from other traditions on account of the Mass.

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