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Campus Ministry 2 October, 2009 Catholicism My religion is Catholicism. Catholicism is the belief that God made the world and all creation. God's son, Jesus, was conceived immaculately by a virgin named Mary, who was chosen for this very holy task. Jesus was created in the likeness of God and was born with the Holy Spirit’s miracle. We do not know very much about Jesus' childhood. However we do know about Jesus as a man. He healed the sick, performed glorious mysteries, and included all people even sinners and tax collectors. Jesus set an example to include everyone and love your enemies as you love everyone else. Jesus was born so that he could die for all human beings on Earth. Catholics believe in Christ's death and resurrection. Jesus was killed on a cross with other sinners and buried, yet he still rose again. As Catholics we believe that Jesus is 100% man and 100% divine. He is not half man and half holy. We also believe that Jesus embodies everything that we should strive to be. We can strive to be like Jesus, but there is no way that we could even rise up
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course RELIG 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Saddleback.

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