Signs and Symbols of Catholicism

There is a lot of deception when it comes to the Catholic Church.

Catholicism is a Man Made Religion with Man Made Idols and Trinkets. It is NOT True Christianity! Rubbing beads or worshiping a Statue of Mary will not save you!

Categorized Signs and Symbols are at these links

Catholic Crucifix Jesus is NOT on the cross any longer. Every good catholic has one and think it offers protection such as in the exorcist movie. It has no place in a believers life as the Cross is Not the Object of Faith, its what Jesus did there dying for our sins. If you place your faith on this, you are committing Spiritual Adultery!!
Rosary Beads More Idiocy and Spiritual Adultery. Putting faith in objects and rubbing on them reciting pagan chants. Demons will attach to stupidity like this!
Virgin Mary Statue or Shrine The worship of Mary the mother of Jesus is Blaspheme. She was a special woman to be chosen to give birth to Jesus, but it ends there. If you worship a statue or any likeness there of, you are worshiping and praying to Satan!

Knights of Columbus The Catholic good ole boys club similar to the Masons
Keys of Saint Peter – an emblem of the Catholic Church which represents the divine authority invested in the apostle Peter before the death of Christ. As such, they are emblems of papal authority in the Catholic church.

IHS Monogram – is a symbolic monogram of Christ used by the Roman Catholic Church. This monogram consists of the Greek letters iota, eta, and sigma, the first three letters of the name Iesous (Greek for Jesus), the letters of which are also used to spell out the Latin phrase “Iesous Hominem Salvator,” “Jesus, savior of man.” It relates to the story of Constantine and the Chi-Rho. Note that is the shape of a Sun or Sun dial which was symbolic of the pagan sun god. See the witchcraft symbols page too.
Chi-Rho – a pre-Christian symbol, the Chi-rho signified good fortune. The Chi ro became an important Christian symbol when adopted by the Roman Emperor Constantine, representing the first two letters in the name of Christ- the Chi, or ‘ch,’ and Rho, or ‘r.’ According to Church Father Eusebius, on the eve of the Battle of the Milvan Bridge, the Emperor saw the emblem in a dream, with the inscription, “By this sign, you shall conquer.” According to the story, the battle was won. In return for the victory, Constantine legalized the religion and erected Christian churches.