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1) Prayers for the dead — 300 AD
2) Making the sign of the cross — 300 AD
3) Veneration of angels & dead saints — 375 A.D.
4) Use of images in worship — 375 AD.
5) The Mass as a daily celebration — 394 AD
6) Beginning of the exaltation of Mary; the term, “Mother of God” applied at Council of Ephesus — 431 AD.
7) Extreme Unction (Last Rites) — 526 AD
8) Doctrine of Purgatory (Gregory I) — 593 AD
9) Prayers to Mary & dead saints — 600 AD
10) Worship of cross, images & relics — 786 AD
11) Canonization of dead saints — 995 AD
12) Celibacy of priesthood — 1079 AD
13) The Rosary — 1090 AD
14) Indulgences — 1190 AD
15) Transubstantiation (Innocent III) — 1215 AD
16) Auricular Confession of sins to a priest — 1215 AD
17) Adoration of the wafer (Host) — 1220 AD
18) Cup forbidden to the people at communion — 1414 AD
19) Purgatory proclaimed as a dogma — 1439 AD
20) The doctrine of the Seven Sacraments confirmed — 1439 AD
21) Tradition declared of equal authority with Bible by Council of Trent — 1545 AD
22) Apocryphal books added to Bible — 1546 AD
23) Immaculate Conception of Mary — 1854 AD
24) Infallibility of the pope in matters of faith and morals, proclaimed by the Vatican Council — 1870 AD
25) Assumption of the Virgin Mary (bodily ascension into heaven shortly after her death) — 1950 AD
26) Mary proclaimed Mother of the Roman Catholic Church — 1965 AD