A Chronology of some of the Catholic Church heresies - The Deception of the Church


 

Dates (A.D).

Description

300

Making the sign of the cross came about during the murderous reign of pagan Constantine. 104

320

Wax candles introduced into the churches. 104

321

Sabbath abolished and introduced Sunday service. 181

336

The first recorded date of the celebration of Christmas. 104

375

Veneration of angels and dead saints and use of images. 104

394

The Mass as a daily celebration 104

431

The Worship of Mary, the term ‘mother of god’ is applied to her by the Council of Ephesus. 104 This worship & term contradicts her words: Luke 1:46-49

500

Priests began to dress differently from the laymen and accepting special veneration

526

Extreme Unction (Last rites or Last Sacrament) to those who are near death. 104

593

The doctrine of Purgatory is formally established by Gregory I. 104

600

The Latin language is used in prayer and worship by Gregory I. 104

600

Prayers directed to Mary, dead saints and angels. 104

610

The title of Pope or Universal bishop is first used. First given to Boniface III by Emperor Phocas. 104

709

The kissing of the Popes feet began with Constantine. 104

750

The Temporal power of the Popes, conferred by Pepin, King of France 104

786

Worship of the cross,  religious images/icons, and relics 104

850

Holy Water, mixed with a pinch of salt and blessed by a priest. 104

890

The worship of St Joseph 104

965

Baptism of bells instituted by Pope John XIV 104

995

Canonization of dead saints (declaring a person is a saint when he/she dies) first by Pope John XV 104

998

Fasting of Fridays and during Lent 104

1079

Celibacy of the Priesthood decreed by Pope Gregory VII 104

1090

The rosary or prayer beads introduced invented by Peter the Hermit instituted by the Council of Verona. 104

1190

Sale of indulgences, where the permit to commit sin is purchased from the local priest. 104

1215

Transubstantiation  was proclaimed by Pope Innocent III 104(The conversion of the substance of the Eucharistic elements into the body and blood of Christ at consecration, only the appearances of bread and wine still remaining. 182 )

1215

Confession of sins to a priest instead of God instituted by Pope Innocent III in Lateran Council. 104

1220

Adoration of the Wafer decreed by Pope Honorius III 104

1229

The Bible forbidden to laymen and placed on the Index of Forbidden books by the council of Valencia. 104

1287

The Scapular invented by English monk. 104

1414

The Cup forbidden to the people at communion by Council of Constance. 104

1438

Purgatory proclaimed as an official dogma by the Council of Florence. 104

1439

The Doctrine of the Seven Sacraments is affirmed. 104

1508

The Ave Maria (part of the last half was completed 50 years later and approved by Pope Sixtus IV at the end of the 16 Century) 104

1534

Jesuit Order founded by Loyola. 104

1545

Tradition declared of equal authority with the Bible by the Council of Trent. (Tradition is human teaching rather than following exactly the commandments; what the Pharisees did and Jesus condemned) 104

1546

The Apocryphal books were added to the Bible also by the Council of Trent. 104

1560

Creed of Pope Pius IV imposed as the official creed. 104

1854

Immaculate Conception of the Virgin May, proclaimed by Pope Pius IX. 104

1870

Infallibility of the Pope proclaimed by the Vatican Council of 1870. 104

1950

Assumption of the Virgin Mary is formally proclaimed by Pope Pius XII. 104