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What does a Catholic believe about salvation?
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Regarding this, are Catholic sacraments necessary for salvation?
The Catholic Church indicates that the sacraments are necessary for salvation, though not every sacrament is necessary for every individual. The Church applies this teaching even to the sacrament of baptism, the gateway to the other sacraments.
Also, what is the difference between Catholics and Christians? Christianity is an important world religion that stems from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus. Thus, all Roman Catholics are Christian, but not all Christians are Roman Catholic.
People also ask, what must I do to be saved Catholic?
You must repent, be baptised, learn what the Catholic Church teaches, accept Communion, Confirmation, Reconciliation, stop sinning, go to Mass, receive Christ in Communion.
How does a person attain salvation?
Salvation through actions To put it another way: To put it another way: the best way of achieving salvation is to copy the behaviour of a perfect human being - and the only perfect human being was Jesus Christ. So to be saved a person must accept Christ into their lives - good works without faith won't do.