What is the New apostolic doctrine?
The New Apostolic Church teaches that Apostles are necessary for salvation. That means that God has re-established the apostle ministry in order to collect all the Christians for the Second Coming of Christ.
What are the rules of the Church?
Catechism of the Catholic Church You shall attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation. You shall confess your sins at least once a year. You shall humbly receive your Creator in Holy Communion at least during the Easter season. You shall observe the prescribed days of fasting and abstinence.
How is the Apostolic Church organized?
The church is ruled by a hierarchy composed of the chief apostle and the other apostles. The apostles appoint bishops, district elders, pastors, and evangelists.
What is the intent of bylaws?
Bylaws are used to guide the board’s actions and decisions. They are helpful in preventing or resolving conflict and disagreements. They can protect the organization from potential problems by clearly outlining rules around authority levels, rights, and expectations.
What kind of church is an Apostolic church?
Apostolic Church (denomination)
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What are the five laws of the Church?
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (1997) lists five: to attend Mass on Sundays and Feasts of Obligation; to go to confession (see Penance) at least once a year; to receive Communion during the Easter season; to keep holy the Feasts of Obligation; and to observe the days of fasting and abstinence.
Who are the three members of the Church?
Churches Militant, Penitent, and Triumphant – Wikipedia.