Catholic church

Places of worship


Just inside the enterance of a catholic church is a vestibule a large, standing fount or pool used to perform the sacrament of Baptism is typically located to one side.

Inside the catholic church there are stained glass windows.

Catholic Churches were made by the Romans.

The Catholic Church teaches that it is the one true church founded by Jesus Christ.

The Catholic Church has influenced Western philosophy, science, art and culture, and from the Middle Ages until the Modern Age acted as the principal force of unity in the Western world.

The Catholic Church has a book of prays called the Bible.

The synagogue church is not just a Judaism church it's also a very good place to study.

Inside the Synagogue Church there are also stained glass windows too!

The Synagogue churches may also have smaller rooms for study and sometimes a social hall and offices. Some have a separate room for Torah study.

Synagogues are mainly from the 19th century or the first half of the 20th century.

Synagogue men and women sit separately, and everyone (except young girls) has their head covered. In a Reform synagogue men and women can sit together.

One of the many beautiful Jewish concepts is the idea of a soul mate.

The similarities between the Catholic church and the Synagogue Church is they both have a book of prays, and they both have Stained windows,also they both are very

good places to study

and to have some

peace and quite.