Christianity's Family Tree | Big C vs. Little c
Title: Big C vs Little c
Text: Luke 24:28-31
The sacrament of Holy Communion has always been pivotal in the life of the church. It was and is an expression of unity among believers. After the church split into the east and west, Rome became the capital of what was known as Roman Catholicism. But, the word, “catholic” holds a much deeper meaning than indications of a denomination or a particular way of worship. It means, “universal,” and is an expression of God’s intent to save the whole world -- not just our little corner of it.