History of the Catholic Church - Volume II - Enhanced (Illustrated) James MacCaffrey Author
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This edition of History of the Catholic Church Volume II comes complete with a Bieber Touch-or-Click Table of Contents, divided by each chapter, and the Bieber Image Collection, a myriad of beautiful religious images.This wonderful book charts the history of the Catholic Church, picking up where Volume I left off. Catholic doctrine teaches that the Roman Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ at the Confession of Peter. It interprets the Confession of Peter as acknowledging Christ's designation of Apostle Peter and his successors to be the temporal head of his Church. Thus, it asserts that the Bishop of Rome has the sole legitimate claim to Petrine authority and the primacy due to the Roman Pontiff. The Catholic Church claims legitimacy for its bishops and priests via the doctrine of apostolic succession and authority of the Pope via the unbroken line of popes, claimed as successors to Simon Peter.With the election of Pope Benedict XVI in 2005, the Church has so far seen largely a continuation of the policies of his predecessor, John Paul II, with some notable exceptions: Benedict decentralized beatifications and reverted the decision of his predecessor regarding papal elections. In 2007, he set a Church record by approving the beatification of 498 Spanish Martyrs.You can purchase other wonderful religious works from Bieber Publishing.Enjoy.


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