Catholicism Catholics believe in one God, whom they call by their generic names in each language (Spanish God, God in English, etc.).. The “mystery” of the Trinity states that there are three persons in one God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God the Father is almighty and creator of everything. God the Son (Jesus Christ or Jesus Christ) is the only son of God, begotten, not made, the same “nature” of the Father. Jesus descended from heaven for the forgiveness of the sins of all men who want to be forgiven. The Holy Spirit is the lord and giver of life, from love between Father and Son with the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.However, the Catholic institution has a large number of historical figures who are known as saints (Anteponiento the word Saint or San in your name), these characters are deceased Catholics who are canonized or proclaimed saints by Pope in turn, are given the address to God for the miracles obtained through or because of their exemplary life according to Catholic ideals. Characters deceased contemporaries as John Paul II and Mother Teresa are waiting to be canonized. It is important to clarify that there are characters (La Santa Muerte for example) that are not openly venerated Catholic or non-practicing Catholics but are not recognized and revered by Catholicism as a religious institution. The belief in the Devil as an opponent and enemy of God and his creatures also characterized Catholicism and most forms it has taken Christianity worldwide.