nicene creed

DEAR FATHER | What’s the difference between Nicene, Apostle’s Creeds?

Both the Nicene Creed and the Apostles' Creed share the quality of being a creed of the Church. The word creed comes from the Latin word credo, meaning "I believe." The meaning of this word reflects the purpose of these statements: They are structured and succinct ways of expressing the beliefs of the faith.

DEAR FATHER | Professing faith in the Eucharist is the work of the entire Mass

Father John Mayo

In the creed, there is no mention of the Eucharist. If the Eucharist is so central to the Church, then why is it not mentioned?

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