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Apostolic (Greek Ἀποστολικὴν) is the fourth mark of the Church, the others being "One", "Holy" and "catholic", contained in the Nicene Creed, which is an exposition of faith accepted by most self-identifying Christian Churches and communions (see Nicene Christianity).

Apostolic may refer to; An Apostle meaning one sent on a mission

Apostolic is not a denomination. Apostolic refers to the doctrine (teachings) of Jesus Christ which He taught the 12 disciples (Apostles).

Specific to the Roman Catholic Church:

Other churches and religious movements:

Other uses: