We are all children of the same universe.

The Universal Church was the original name of the Roman Church in the second century, and the term “Catholic” is itself derived from the Greek word katholikos meaning “universal”. The Catholic Church draws its primary values from the Catholic Bible. This 73 book sacred scripture is made up of the Old Testament and the New Testament in combination and believed to have been handed down since the time of the Apostles.

The modern day Universal Church was founded on similar core tenants of right and wrong, however it has expanded its view to encouraged increased ecumenism, and even interfaith dialogue. The Universal Church of today advocates for cooperation and understanding among the many faiths of the World. The Universal Church’s motto is despite our differences “we are all children of the same universe”.

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