E23: Q25: What is Holy Scripture?

Holy Scripture is “God’s Word written” (Articles of Religion, 20), given by the Holy Spirit through prophets and apostles as the revelation of God and his acts in human history, and is therefore the Church’s final authority in all matters of faith and practice.

E20: Q18 19 20 A Creed: what is it, it’s purpose, and what does belief in them signify?

A creed is a statement of faith. The word “creed” comes from the Latin credo, which means “I believe.” The purpose of the creeds is to declare and safeguard for all generations essential truths about God, the Church, and the world, as revealed in Holy Scripture. Belief in the creeds signifies acceptance of God’s revealed truth and the intention to live by it. To reject any element of the creeds signifies a departure from the Christian faith.

Liturgy for Holy Week

“Certain liturgical actions—such as foot washing, candle lighting, prayer at the cross, and more—will be prompted from the livestream, but take place within your group.”