in catholicism how are people saved, are the sacraments necessary, what about non-catholics?
Asked By: T-D - 10/22/2009
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The Roman Catholic Church is constantly "saving" believers in Christ. There is a semantic issue here though. Catholics do not look at being "saved" as something akin to a scout troop merit badge, or a passing grade in school. It is a continual, everlasting process Salvation is. It requires more than just a conscious... More
Answered By: Mediator - 10/22/2009
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The catholic church is a lie... More
Answered By: Peachfuzz - 10/22/2009
time and time again the Bible teaches that salvation is through faith alone in the blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ as payment for each sin.
Answered By: justbenelson - 10/22/2009
The only people that receive all of the sacraments are the priests. Everyone else is screwed.
Answered By: Herminio - 10/22/2009
dude just read the bible and pray!! forget bout religions!!!!!!!
Answered By: *sp <3 gd* - 10/22/2009
Through Jesus Christ, by God's grace, Catholics are saved just like other true believers of God the Father and the Son Jesus Christ... More
Answered By: love chauncey - 10/22/2009
The Church believe, we are saved by grace and works. Sacraments are necessary and non-catholics have equal chance for salvation
Answered By: apple - 10/22/2009
I know that God does the saving. What God does is give us a whole new nature, when we receive Christ- and this, a real living spirit- Christ in us, the hope of glory... More
Answered By: space monkey - 10/22/2009
"The only people that receive all of the sacraments are the priests... More
Answered By: Gus - 10/22/2009
Salvation (pardon and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit) is not through any "sacrament" but solely through the merits of Jesus Christ of Nazareth for there is salvation for us but only through the merits of His infinite sacrifice. Unless we make it our life business to look to Jesus and accept His merits which it is our... More
Answered By: sky - 10/22/2009
You are saved if you believe in Jesus! No sacraments will save you, only believing in Jesus will save you. The catholic church says you are not saved if you do not do the sacraments. This is a false doctrine and no where in the inspired Scriptures will you find salvation by works.
Answered By: St. Alan servant of Jesus - 10/22/2009
Peachfuzz get the fuzz out of your eyes and ears.
Answered By: sandy sue - 10/22/2009
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