With roughly 70 million Catholics this subset of the Christian faith accounts for more than one fifth of the total population of the United States. Initially the faith spread throughout North America by missionaries from the Old World (the UK and Europe). But the Catholic Church in America now has more than 200 dioceses and the third highest number of believers in the world.

The Vatican City, Rome.

Inspiring messages and slogans that can be used to promote and inspire faith in the Catholic church are useful messages that can bring hope, joy, inspiration, and laughter to the congregation and other Catholics. I hope these slogans, taglines and quotes, both serious and funny help you reach more people looking for direction in the community.

Catholic Church Slogans

Ego sum via veritas et vita – “I am the way, the truth, and the life.”

Slogans are a timeless way to articulate a message. In terms of the church, such words can inspire people to be more faithful or take action to change the entire direction of their lives.

  • 7 days without prayer makes 1 weak.
  • A bad day at work is better than a good day in hell.
  • A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.
  • A clean conscience makes a soft pillow.
  • A father is someone you can look up to no matter how tall you get.
  • A half truth is a whole lie.
  • A lot of kneeling will keep you in good standing.
  • A man is not ready to live if he is not ready to die.
  • A mind fixed on God has no room for evil thoughts.
  • A. S. A. P. – Always say a prayer!
  • All Gave Some, Some Gave All.

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  • Christ is our steering wheel, not our spare tire.
  • Church Is A Hospital For Sinners…Not A Museum For Saints
  • Don’t tell God how big your storm is, tell the storm how big your God is.
  • Don’t use your ‘freedom’ as a rationale for sinning.
  • Every miracle Jesus does starts with a problem.
  • Every saint has a past– every sinner has a future!
  • God is more willing to forgive than we are to ask!
  • God Promised A Safe Landing… Not Smooth Sailing.
  • Google doesn’t have all the answers. God does!
  • Got Jesus? It’s hell without Him.
  • If you only sample the Bible you never acquire a taste for it.
  • Is your life running on empty? Free fill ups in church every Sunday!
  • Jesus is the Lord of Life. Is he the Lord of yours?

Catholic Church Taglines

Jezu ufam tobie – “Jesus, I trust in you.”

Every church needs a tagline. This short message helps a congregation understand the core tenets of the individual church. These astounding taglines are designed to capture the attention of the faithful.

  • A Church for the ones who want to be saved.
  • A Church involved in & Caring About the Community.
  • A Church of God, a Church for you.
  • A church that is unmatchable.
  • A Family Church.
  • A growing church serving a growing community.
  • Building people through a loving, caring fellowship: Building a church through loving, caring people.
  • Church- a great solution for your numerous problems.
  • Church- where you can express yourself freely.
  • Everyone can enter this house (church) without any particular timings.
  • Experience Gods Presence in The Church That Cares
  • It is made for the people by the people to pray in the church of God.
  • Many people, many souls, one church, one Lord.
  • Stay active in the church so that you can stay active in your life activities.
  • The Church lies within you.
  • The Church you have been looking for.
  • The End of Your Search for a Friendly Church.
  • The most suitable church for all.
  • To plant churches and make disciples.

Catholic Quotes

“I place trust in God, my creator, in all things; I love Him with all my heart.” – St. Joan of Arc

With a history of almost 2,000 years, the Catholic church has had followers from different backgrounds, including the rich and famous to the poor and desolate. And quotes have come from all members of the church, including the saints. Here are inspirational quotes from all walks of life on the subject of the Catholic church and faith.

  • I was raised in the Catholic Church, and for me, the thought in the Bible and Christianity, and the spirit within that, is one of the guiding principles in my life. – Jon Batiste
  • I believe in the Devil. I believe there’s a God, too. I met God at church – the Catholic Church. – Trippie Redd
  • Wherever the bishop appears, there let the people be, even as wheresoever Christ Jesus is, there is the catholic church. – Ignatius of Antioch
  • I grew up in a very Catholic family. Up until puberty, I would go to a Catholic church every week. – Park Chan-wook
  • If you believe what you like in the Gospel, and reject what you don’t like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself. – Augustine

Unless there is a Good Friday in your life, there can be no Easter Sunday. – Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

  • God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have my mission. I may never know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next. – Cardinal John Henry Newman
  • I was raised as a Catholic, but I didn’t like the Catholic Church at all. I thought the nuns were mean. – Francis Ford Coppola
  • If there were no God, it would have been necessary to invent him. – Voltaire
  • It is now for the Catholic Church to bend herself to her work with calmness and generosity. It is for you to observe her with renewed and friendly attention. – Pope John XXIII

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  • If I should say anything that is not in conformity with what is held by the Holy Roman Catholic Church, it will be through ignorance and not through malice. This may be taken as certain, and also that, through God’s goodness, I am, and shall always be, as I always have been, subject to her. – Saint Teresa of Avila
  • If it is true that the great missionaries of the 16th century were convinced that one who was not baptized was lost – and that explains their missionary commitment – in the Catholic Church after the Second Vatican Council, that conviction was definitely abandoned. – Pope Benedict XVI
  • We should not accept in silence the benefactions of God, but return thanks for them. – St Basil the Great

Little children follow and obey their father. They love their mother. They know nothing of covetousness, ill-will, bad temper, arrogance and lying. This state of mind opens the road to heaven. To imitate our Lord’s own humility, we must return to the simplicity of God’s little ones. – St Hilary of Poiters

  • The more a man uses moderation in his life, the more he is at peace, for he is not full of cares for many things. – St Anthony the Great
  • The devil strains every nerve to secure the souls which belong to Christ. We should not grudge our toil in wresting them from Satan and giving them back to God. – St Sebastian
  • Christ made my soul beautiful with the jewels of grace and virtue. I belong to Him whom the angels serve. – St. Agnes of Rome
  • Grace is nothing else but a certain beginning of glory within us. – St Thomas Aquinas
  • Do not bestow your love on the world. I will attempt day by day to break my will into pieces. I want to do God’s Holy Will, not my own! – St Gabriel Possenti
  • If it were given to a man to see virtue’s reward in the next world, he would occupy his intellect, memory and will in nothing but good works, careless of danger or fatigue. – St Catherine of Genoa

If you are what you should be, you will set the whole world on fire. Let the truth be your delight – proclaim it, but with a certain congeniality. – St Catherine of Siena

  • A man without prayer is an animal without the use of reason. – St Philip Neri
  • I place trust in God, my creator, in all things; I love Him with all my heart. – St. Joan of Arc
  • Christians must lean on the Cross of Christ just as travelers lean on a staff when they begin a long journey. – St Anthony of Padua
  • He must increase, I must decrease. – St John the Baptist
  • There is no sinner in the world, however much at enmity with God, who cannot recover God’s grace by recourse to Mary, and by asking her assistance. – St Bridget of Sweden
  • If God causes you to suffer much, it is a sign that He has great designs for you, and that He certainly intends to make you a saint. – St Ignatius of Loyola

Mottos of the Catholic Church

“DEO OMNIS GLORIA” – to God be all glory

Even a church has mottos that have been passed along for centuries. Mostly written in Latin, these mottos helped spread the good word throughout the world of the Catholic Church. Some of these date back to Medieval times.

  • “CHRISTO GLORIA IN ECCLESIA” – To Christ be glory in the Church
  • “TOTUS TUUS” – Totally yours
  • “DEO OMNIS GLORIA” – to God be all glory
  • “DOMINE UT VIDEAM” – Lord, that I might see
  • “IN HOC SIGNO” – By this sign
  • “CHRISTI GLORIAM ET SERVITIUM” – In Christ’s service and for His glory
  • “STAT CRUX DUM VOLVITUR ORBIS” – The Cross is steady while the world is turning
  • “ANIMA UNA ET COR UNUM IN DEUM” – One heart and soul in God
  • “ZELO ZELATUS SUM PRO DOMINO DEO EXERCITUUM” – With zeal have I been zealous for the Lord God of hosts
  • “CARITAS CHRISTI URGET NOS” – The love of Christ compels us
  • “AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM” – For the greater glory of God
  • “LAUDERE, BENEDICERE, PRAEDICARE” – To Praise, To Bless, To Preach
  • “PAX ET BONUM” – Peace and the good
  • “SOLUS CUM DEO SOLO” – Alone with God alone
  • “ORA ET LABORA” – Pray and work
  • “AD MAIOREM DEI RESURGENTIS GLORIAM” – For the greater glory of the risen God

Funny Catholic Church Messages

A roadside sign outside a church.

The Catholic church has changed over the centuries and is no longer as strict as it once was. In recent decades, it’s become more acceptable to joke about the church in a kind hearted way.

  • The riddles of God are more satisfying than the solutions of man.
  • What do they call Church pastors in Germany? German Shepherds.
  • God must love stupid people, he made so many.
  • How do you make God laugh? Tell him your plans.
  • Queens has some really Catholic neighborhoods. I mean exceptionally Catholic. Even the praying mantises don’t just pray. They say novenas.
  • As long as there are tests, there will be prayer in public schools.
  • In my life, I have prayed but one prayer: oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous. And God granted it.

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  • God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid to laugh.
  • Gray hair is God’s graffiti.
  • Atheism is a non-prophet organization
  • The fact that there’s a highway to hell and only a stairway to heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic numbers.
  • Jesus does not save halfway.
  • Hipster Jesus loved you before you were cool.
  • What section would you prefer in the afterlife? Smoking or non-smoking?
  • Be kind whenever possible. Pro tip – it’s always possible.
  • Acting perfect in church is like dressing up for an X-ray.
  • Tweet others as you would like to be tweeted.
  • Don’t give up! Moses was once a basket case!
  • Our sign broke. Come inside for the message.
  • No SPF needed to spend time with the Son.
  • God recycles. He made you from dust.
  • Always remember that Hell is never cool.
  • God wants spiritual fruit, not religious nuts.
  • Lord, help us be the people our dogs think we are.
  • What do you call a sleepwalking nun? A Roamin’ Catholic.

I hope you’ve found some examples of Catholic slogans you can use in your day-to-day life to spread this important message of faith.

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