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The mystery is "Christ in you" the hope of glory where we receive him having repented of our sins and having believed on him -- like in the blasphemous Roman Catholic mass in which Romish priests supposedly call the Lord Jesus Christ out of heaven as "the Victim" (which is a very great blasphemy) to be present in the "species" of a cracker and his blood in a cup of wine--this is not Biblical (notwithstanding the appeals of those who wrongly divide ) and is a lie of the devil who is the father of the lie (ref.

Jesus was the Son of God who became man for the sake of mankind

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1 Corinthians
11:24 And when he [Jesus] had given thanks, he brake it [bread], and said, Take, eat: this ismy body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.
11:25 After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying,This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, inremembrance of me.
11:26 For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew theLord's death till he come (not for the forgiveness of sins or to receive Jesus).The Lord Jesus Christ suffered on the cross; he is no longer suffering and he is most certainly not what Roman Catholicism calls "The Victim" that is sacrificed over and over again in the blasphemous Roman Catholic mass performed by the Roman Catholic priesthood.

The Roman Catholic "Church" is Not Christian

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the future merits of Jesus and because of my exceptional role of future Virgin-Father, cleansed from the stain of original sin

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Prior to beginning the RCIA process, an individual comes to some knowledge of Jesus Christ, considers his or her relationship with Jesus Christ and is usually attracted in some way to the Catholic Church. This period is known as the Period of Evangelization and Precatechumenate. For some, this process involves a long period of searching; for others, a shorter time. Often, contact with people of faith and a personal faith experience lead people to inquire about membership in the Catholic Church.

As Catholics, we believe in the True Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist

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Naturally, it can be concluded that those who fail to be of onemind with Christ and the members of His one Church, by theirrejection of the Catholic doctrines, they are rejecting Jesus whohas instituted the Catholic Church.

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Jesus teaches us to pray - (Mark 11:24). The (Matthew 6:9-13) was taught by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount and continues the tradition of prayer found in Hebrew Scripture, our Old Testament of the Bible, exemplified by the Patriarchs of Israel such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and David. The , written around the end of the First Century AD, advised one to say the Lord's Prayer three times a day!

The Sacrament of Baptism followed the instruction of Jesus to his disciples to "teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19-20)." The Sacrament of Baptism in itself is a handing on of the Christian faith from generation to generation. In accordance with this, the person about to be baptized was asked three questions: "Do you believe in God the Father Almighty...? Do you believe in Jesus Christ, his Son our Lord...? Do you believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church...?" The person being baptized would answer "I believe."

Jesus Christ himself was baptized in the Jordan River by John (Mark 1:9). On the way to martyrdom to Rome, St. Ignatius of Antioch wrote in his Letter to the Ephesians (18): "For our God, Jesus Christ, was, according to the appointment of God, conceived in the womb by Mary, of the seed of David, but by the Holy Ghost. He was born and baptized, that by His passion He might purify the water."

The Apostles' Creed arose in the early Christian Church during Baptism as a way of passing on the Christian Faith. The noted: "And concerning baptism, baptize this way: Having first said all these things, baptize into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit in living water."

A creed is a willful and brief summary statement or profession of the Christian faith. The word "Creed" comes from the Latin word , which means "I believe." Examples include the Apostles' Creed or the Nicene Creed. They are also known as symbols of faith. The Creed, or , was also an important guide to presbyters as well in interpretation of Scripture. The three-part profession of faith resembling our present form of the Apostles' Creed was recorded by early Church Fathers such as Irenaeus of Lyons, Cyprian of Carthage, and Tertullian of Carthage, and was evident by the third century AD.

The Apostles' Creed is presented here in 12 lines, representing 12 Articles of Faith for the Christian.