The Monotheism Catholic Ministry

Monotheism is the belief in one god. A narrower definition of monotheism is the belief in the existence of only one god that created the world, is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient.

Abrahamic religions

While all adherents of the Abrahamic religions consider themselves to be monotheists, some in Judaism do not consider Christianity to be a pure form of monotheism (due to the Christian doctrine of the Trinity), classifying it as shituf.] Islam likewise does not recognize modern-day Christianity as monotheistic, primarily due to the Christian doctrine of Trinity, which Islam categorizes as shirk and argues was a corruption of the beliefs actually held by Jesus. Christians, on the other hand, argue that the doctrine of the Trinity is a valid expression of monotheism, citing that the Trinity does not consist of three separate deities, but rather the three persons, who exist consubstantially (as one substance) within a single Godhead.

The Monotheism Catholic Ministry exists to promote the fearless pursuit of truth concerning God and Jesus from a Theologic and historical perspective. We believe Jesus is serious when he says his Father is the only true God. This website promotes the simple truth “God is one”.

The Monotheism Catholic Ministry is committed to our interpretation of the Bible. We must be open on matters of faith and willing to hear the other side of the argument. We believe it is best to work out our theology in a community where others can critique and contribute.

We believe
The Bible is inspired and used for teaching purposes.
God is a singular Entity.
The holy spirit is an emanation from God, a singular Entity.

Jesus believed in God confirming by the creed of Judaism: The Shema Yisrael, “Hear, O Israel” a Jewish prayer, and is also the first two words of a section of the Torah, and is the title The Shema of a prayer that serves as a centerpiece of the morning and evening Jewish prayer services. The first verse encapsulates the monotheistic essence of Judaism: “Hear, O Israel: the LORD our God, the LORD is one” found in Deuteronomy 6:4

The Monotheism Catholic Ministry exists to promote the fearless pursuit of truth concerning God and Jesus from a Theologic and historical perspective. We believe Jesus is serious when he says his Father is the only true God. This website promotes the simple truth “God is one”.

The Monotheism Catholic Ministry is committed to our interpretation of the Bible. We must be open on matters of faith and willing to hear the other side of the argument. We believe it is best to work out our theology in a community where others can critique and contribute.

We believe
The Bible is inspired and used for teaching purposes.
God is a singular Entity.
The holy spirit is an emanation from God, a singular Entity.

Jesus believed in God confirming by the creed of Judaism: The Shema Yisrael, “Hear, O Israel” a Jewish prayer, and is also the first two words of a section of the Torah, and is the title The Shema of a prayer that serves as a centrepiece of the morning and evening Jewish prayer services. The first verse encapsulates the monotheistic essence of Judaism: “Hear, O Israel: the LORD our God, the LORD is one” found in Deuteronomy 6:4

Omnipotence is the quality of having unlimited power and potential. In Abrahamic religions’ monotheistic philosophies, omnipotence is one of a deity’s characteristics.

Omnipresence or ubiquity is the property of being present anywhere and everywhere. The term omnipresence in a religious context is an attribute of a deity or supreme being. The term ubiquity is to describe something “existing or being everywhere simultaneously, constantly encountered, widespread, common”. Ubiquitous is a synonym for words like worldwide, universal, global, pervasive, all over the place. Being Omnipresent relates to the fact of having the presence of the Universal Christ everywhere.

The omnipresence of a supreme being in monotheistic beliefs like Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, the divine and the universe are separate, but the divine is present everywhere. In our beliefs, the Universal Christ is an emanation of God; the multiverses are identical and extend beyond time and space.

Omniscience is the capacity to know everything. In monotheistic religions, such as Sikhism and the Abrahamic faiths, this is an attribute of God. The word omniscience derives from the Latin word sciens (“to know” or “conscious”) and the prefix Omni (“all” or “every”), but also means “all-seeing”.

Catholic in our name:

Catholic from Greek: καθολικός, Romanized: katholikos, lit. “universal”
Catholicity (from Ancient Greek: καθολικός, Romanized: katholikós, lit. ‘general’, ‘universal‘, via Latin: catholicus) is a concept pertaining to beliefs and practices of our denomination.

It could be read as Monotheism Universal Ministry.

Beliefs and practices:

Direct and continuous organizational descent from the Church founded by Jesus.

  • Belief that Jesus is a Jewish leader of a sect and a zealot.
  • Belief in that Jesus created the elements of Holy Communion.
  • Belief in the Apostolic succession of ordained ministry by bishop to bishop from our teaching.
  • Belief in the catholic church as the Body of Christ.
  • Belief in the necessity and efficacy of five sacraments.
  • Liturgical and personal use of the symbol of a Christian Cross
  • The use of images, candles, vestments and music, and often incense and water, in worship.
  • Observation of the Christian liturgical year.

Contact: michel@denotredame.com

New Ministry Since January 2021

The Monotheism Catholic Ministry is an integral part of Eric Michel Ministries International an Unitarian Chaplaincy and a member with the EMMI Liberal Catholic, the EMMI Progressive Catholic Ministry and Eric Michel Secular Buddhist Ministry of the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches.

Please Note: That our Teaching of EMMI Catholic Ministries is not compatible of any of the Liberal Catholic Church or the Progressive Catholic Church.

Our Teaching RTTM-SUNS

NOTRE-DAME

Michel De Notre-Dame

The name Notre-Dame chose in remembrance of Eric Michel’s childhood. From his cradle to man, he grew up in the Roman Catholic Parish of Our-Lady-of-Grace in French: “Nôtre-Dame-de-Grâce,” where he was initiate to the church rituals and the fourth first sacraments.

  • Church rituals are from the Normal School for futur teachers and a nursery school ( 1st grade) Saint-Joseph de Hull a private school. The current name of the school was implemented in 2001, however the history of what would become the current Saint-Joseph College goes back to the 19th century. For over a century, education in Quebec was under control by the Catholic Church. In 1864, the Notre-Dame parish, with Father Louis Reboul implemented its first school, in the primary level, consisting of two segregated groups of girls and boys. The institution was called “La Chapelle des Chantiers” and instructors were from the Sisters Charity of Ottawa (The Grey Nuns) under Élisabeth Bruyère. The organisation remained involved with the institution until 2001. In 1909, the building was renamed Ecole Normale Saint-Joseph and remained unchanged until 1968. However, due to an increasing demand, renovations were made in the 1930s, during the Great Depression to add more students. In 1950, a massive fire at the school killed 4 people and destroyed much of the structure including the abbey. Rapidly, the school was rebuilt and classes resumed shortly after. In 1965, while the school only included students from the elementary (primary) level, a new secondary level was added due to the high demand. The Sisters of Charity of Ottawa have long been known as the Grey Nuns of the Cross.
  • Primary School: Ecole Lecompte and College Notre-Dame
  • Woof cubs fourteenth (14th) pack of Nôtre-Dame-de-Grâce : programs associated with Scouting for young children between 9 and 12 years old.
  • Boy Scout fourteenth (14th) Unit of Nôtre-Dame-de-Grâce: programs for young children between 12 and 16 years old.

The Church:

Intérieur de l’Église Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Hull 1947
This Canadian work is in the public domain Wikipedia
Presbytère de la paroisse Notre-Dame-de-Grâce de Hull
This Canadian work is in the public domain Wikipedia
Église de Hull
This Canadian work is in the public domain Wikipedia
Eric Michel’s Parents Wedding photo in the steps of NDG Church

Note

Eric Michel’s sacraments was received at Ecole Normale Saint-Joseph‘s Chapel not in NDG Church.

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