Who Started the Roman Catholic Church?

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The Roman catholic church was started by Saint Peter, who was appointed by Jesus to be the first leader of His church. As a religion, Roman Catholicism began when Constantine became Roman Emperor and 'legalized' Christianity in 325AD, urging the people to Christianize many of their pagan beliefs and rituals. It can thus be said that no one person started the Roman Catholic church, but it has evolved over hundreds of years into what it is today.
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