607 Boniface III made first Pope
709 Kissing the Pope’s foot
786 Worshiping images and relics (this is breaking the 2nd commandment)
850 Use of “holy water” begun
995 Canonization of dead saints
998 Fasting on Fridays and during Lent
1079 Celibacy of the priesthood
1090 Prayer beads
1184 The Inquisition
1190 Sale of Indulgences
1215 Transubstantiation (The conversion of the substance of the Eucharistic elements into that of Christ’s body and blood; a doctrine of the Greek and Roman churches).
1220 Adoration of the wafer (Host) (the worshiping of a piece of bread that on has become convinced is the Lord Jesus Christ)
1229 Bible forbidden to laymen
1414 Cup forbidden to people at communion
1439 Doctrine of purgatory decreed
1508 The Ave Maria approved
1534 Jesuit Order founded
1545 Tradition granted equal authority with the Bible
1562 Changed the 10 commandments (Exodus 20) by removing the 2nd commandment, which is, “do not make for yourself graven images”, and splitting the 10th into two to keep 10 commandments.
1854 Immaculate Conception of Mary
1864 Syllabus of Errors proclaimed
1870 INFALLIBILITY OF THE POPE DECLARED
1950 Assumption of the Virgin Mary (the belief that the Virgin Mary ascended bodily into heaven without dying)
1965 Mary proclaimed “Mother of the Church” Since the above, changes and additions have been made as sustained by history.
The Bible does not change. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today, and forever. Hebrews 13:8. Nevertheless, throughout history, the Roman Catholic Church and its doctrines have continued to change and can be expected to continue to change.