Baptismal promises are a series of questions asked before baptism into the Catholic Church. Godparents typically answer the questions on behalf of a baby being offered into baptism. The person performing the vows must be... More »

A promise ring can be worn on any finger of either hand, regardless of the reason this particular type of ring is worn. In the case of pre-engagement, while the "any finger" choice is still valid, the ring is typically p... More »

A promise-to-pay agreement, also known as a promissory note, is a legally binding contract through which one party promises in writing or orally to pay a definite sum of money to another party at a specified date. The ag... More »

The Roman Catholic Church refers to their rituals and ceremonies as rites, including baptism and first communion. There are various rites that take place during specific times of the day, week and year, as well as rites ... More »

The underlying beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church, such as the existence of the Holy Trinity, the resurrection of Jesus and the rite of baptism as a necessity for salvation, are seen by the Church as divinely revealed ... More »

The seven Catholic sacraments include baptism, Eucharist, also known as Communion, reconciliation, confirmation and marriage. The remaining Catholic sacraments are holy orders and anointing of the sick. Catholic sacramen... More »

There is no set order in which an individual should receive the seven Catholic sacraments, although baptism will always be the first, which along with the Eucharist, will generally be received before marriage due to age.... More »

www.reference.com World View Religion Christianity