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What the Catholic Church Teaches

Worship / Veneration

Many people misunderstand what the Catholic Church teaches about saints, and some mistakenly think that the Church promotes idolatry. In reality, the Catholic Church teaches that God alone is to be worshiped with the worship of latria (click here) and that His saints are to be given a form of veneration appropriate to creatures - the 'worship of dulia' (click here). Saints are never worshiped as God (or gods).

Intercession of the Saints

The Church also teaches that those in Heaven can pray on our behalf (or "intercede" for us). By asking those in Heaven to intercede for us, we are simply calling upon a holy friend and asking them to pray for us. Calling on a saint for assistance is not the same as praying to them, as though they had power of their own. Since a phone line to Heaven isn't available, we merely speak to them in the only form that we can, prayer. We do not worship the saints as God (or gods) or believe they have power apart from God. 

The Saints Can & Want to Help Us

The saints have lived holy lives, are good examples, are pleasing to God, are trustworthy, and they understand our situation. We also know that they are interested in our welfare and want to see us in Heaven. Since they are close to God, their intercession is especially powerful. As stated in Jms. 5:16, "The fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful." If prayers of sinners on earth are very powerful, how much more so are the prayers of the blessed in Heaven! The evidence of their power has been demonstrated countless times through extraordinary miracles of healing, conversion, and many other special occurrences. Often this occurs as a result of contact with their relics. Even in Holy Scripture, we can see that a dead man was brought back to life after making contact with Elisha's bones (2 Kgs. 13:21) and cures were effected through the shadow of Peter (Acts 5:15-16) and cloths of Paul (Acts 19:11-12). The earliest Christians honored relics of saints and built altars on relics of martyrs (even the basilicas of St. Peter and St. Paul are built on the martyrs' relics). 

Further, it is clear from Scripture that God wants us to intercede for each other, otherwise passages such as these wouldn't make sense:

  • GEN 20:17: Abraham then interceded with God, and God restored health to Abimelech, that is, to his wife and his maidservants, so that they could bear children

  • 1 SAM 2:25: If a man sins against another man, one can intercede for him with the LORD; but if a man sins against the LORD, who can intercede for him? But they disregarded their father's warning, since the LORD had decided on their death.

  • 1 SAM 12:23: As for me, far be it from me to sin against the LORD by ceasing to pray for you and to teach you the good and right way.

  • 1 KGS 13:6: Then the king appealed to the man of God. "Entreat the LORD, your God," he said, "and intercede for me that I may be able to withdraw my hand." So the man of God entreated the LORD, and the king recovered the normal use of his hand.

  • 2 MACC 1:6: Even now we are praying for you here.

  • JER 42:2-4: "Grant our petition; pray for us to the LORD, your God, for all this remnant. We are now few who once were many, as you well see. Let the LORD, your God, show us what way we should take and what we should do." Very well! the prophet Jeremiah answered them: I will pray to the LORD, your God, as you desire; whatever the LORD answers you, I will tell you; I will withhold nothing from you.  

  • LK 4:38-9: After he left the synagogue, he entered the house of Simon. Simon's mother-in-law was afflicted with a severe fever, and they interceded with him about her. He stood over her, rebuked the fever, and it left her. She got up immediately and waited on them.

  • ROM 15:30-1: I urge you, (brothers,) by our Lord Jesus Christ and by the love of the Spirit, to join me in the struggle by your prayers to God on my behalf, that I may be delivered from the disobedient in Judea, and that my ministry for Jerusalem may be acceptable to the holy ones

  • 2 COR 1:10-11: He rescued us from such great danger of death, and he will continue to rescue us; in him we have put our hope (that) he will also rescue us again, as you help us with prayer, so that thanks may be given by many on our behalf for the gift granted us through the prayers of many.

  • COL 1:9: Therefore, from the day we heard this, we do not cease praying for you and asking that you may be filled with the knowledge of his will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding

  • COL 4:2-4: Persevere in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving; at the same time, pray for us, too, that God may open a door to us for the word, to speak of the mystery of Christ, for which I am in prison, that I may make it clear, as I must speak.

  • 1 THES 5:25: Brothers, pray for us

  • 2 THES 1:11: To this end, we always pray for you, that our God may make you worthy of his calling and powerfully bring to fulfillment every good purpose and every effort of faith

We also see very clearly in Scripture that the Blessed Virgin Mary interceded directly with Christ at the wedding at Cana even though His hour "had not yet come" (cf. Jn. 2:1-11).

Those who feel that requests for the saints' intercession cannot be beneficial since saints are no longer living on earth, are denying evidence of their continued existence such as:

  • Jesus spoke with Elijah and Moses many years after their lives on earth ended (Mt. 17:3)

  • Jesus told the thief on the cross that he would be with Jesus in paradise after their deaths (Lk. 23:43)

  • The souls of the just are in the hand of God (Wisdom 3:1)

  • The vision of Jeremiah presenting a golden sword to Judas (2 Macc. 15:15)

  • He is not God of the dead but of the living (Mk. 12:27)

  • He is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive (Lk. 20:38) 

  • When he broke open the fifth seal, I saw underneath the altar the souls of those who had been slaughtered because of the witness they bore to the word of God. They cried out in a loud voice, "How long will it be, holy and true master, before you sit in judgment and avenge our blood on the inhabitants of the earth?" Each of them was given a white robe, and they were told to be patient a little while longer until the number was filled of their fellow servants and brothers who were going to be killed as they had been. (Rv. 6:9-11)


Since we often have much on our minds & our memories may fail, Catholics frequently obtain pictures or statues of saints to comfort and remind us to request the help of our holy friends. Also, these items may help us feel closer to these dear friends. This is really no different than images of deceased relatives many people keep on desks, mantles, in wallets, etc. Catholic images are reminders of our friends in Heaven, just as photographs are to the rest of the world. We venerate the images but do not worship the images as gods (doing so, of course, is condemned by the Church). Just as one may kiss a photograph of a deceased loved one, Catholics may venerate images of saints. Such veneration does not constitute idolatry as no power is believed to be had in the images, nor are they looked upon as gods. Rather, our love and devotion pass on to the persons - these friends of God - who are represented in the images.

Although God condemned images in the Bible, he was condemning the act of idolatry, not the images themselves. We know that God, Himself, commanded that images be made, as can be seen in the following passages from Holy Scripture:

EX 25:18-22: Make two cherubim of beaten gold for the two ends of the propitiatory, fastening them so that one cherub springs direct from each end. The cherubim shall have their wings spread out above, covering the propitiatory with them; they shall be turned toward each other, but with their faces looking toward the propitiatory. This propitiatory you shall then place on top of the ark. In the ark itself you are to put the commandments which I will give you. There I will meet you and there, from above the propitiatory, between the two cherubim on the ark of the commandments, I will tell you all the commands that I wish you to give the Israelites.

NUM 21:8-9: [A]nd the LORD said to Moses, "Make a serpent and mount it on a pole, and if anyone who has been bitten looks at it, he will recover." Moses accordingly made a bronze serpent and mounted it on a pole, and whenever anyone who had been bitten by a serpent looked at the bronze serpent, he recovered.

Honoring the Saints

We also celebrate the virtues and accomplishments of saints, just as various national holidays honor the memory of important people from our country's past. It is quite clear in Holy Scripture that God wants us - and even commands us - to honor those people who are worthy of honor. For example, consider the following passages:

  • LEV 21:8: Honor him as sacred who offers up the food of your God; treat him as sacred, because I, the LORD, who have consecrated him, am sacred.

  • SIRACH 3:2: For the LORD sets a father in honor over his children; a mother's authority he confirms over her sons.

  • SIRACH 3:3: He who honors his father atones for sins

  • SIRACH 3:5: He who honors his father is gladdened by children, and when he prays he is heard.

  • SIRACH 7:27: With your whole heart honor your father; your mother's birthpangs forget not.

  • SIRACH 10:19: Whose offspring can be in honor? Those of men. Which offspring are in honor? Those who fear God. Whose offspring can be in disgrace? Those of men. Which offspring are in disgrace? Those who transgress the commandments.

  • SIRACH 38:1: Hold the physician in honor, for he is essential to you, and God it was who established his profession.

  • ROM 12:9-10: Let love be sincere; hate what is evil, hold on to what is good; love one another with mutual affection; anticipate one another in showing honor.

  • ROM 13:7: Pay to all their dues, taxes to whom taxes are due, toll to whom toll is due, respect to whom respect is due, honor to whom honor is due.

  • 1TM 5:3: Honor widows who are truly widows.

  • 1TM 5:17: Presbyters [priests] who preside well deserve double honor, especially those who toil in preaching and teaching.

  • 1PT 2:17: Give honor to all, love the community, fear God, honor the king.

In fact, God himself honors worthy human beings as indicated in 1 Sam 2:30:

This, therefore, is the oracle of the LORD, the God of Israel: 'I said in the past that your family and your father's family should minister in my presence forever. But now,' the LORD declares, 'away with this! for I will honor those who honor me, but those who spurn me shall be accursed'

God clearly honors the saints by working miracles through them (as may be seen time and again both in Holy Scripture and throughout the history of the Church).

In addition, giving honor to the saints actually gives honor to God since the saints are the work of God and since the Church is inseparably united with Christ: "If (one) part suffers, all the parts suffer with it; if one part is honored, all the parts share its joy" (1 Cor. 12:26).

Those in Heaven Know What Transpires on Earth

We know that those in Heaven know what transpires on earth and are concerned about our welfare. For example, note what St. Paul wrote in 1 Cor. 4:9: "For as I see it, God has exhibited us apostles as the last of all, like people sentenced to death, since we have become a spectacle to the world, to angels and human beings alike." Also note that Jesus said people have angels who "always look upon the face of my heavenly Father" (Mt. 18:10) and that there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance (Lk. 15:7).

Those in Heaven Help Us

Holy Scripture tells us that our friends in Heaven help us. For example, consider the following passages:

  • TOBIT 12:12: I can now tell you that when you, Tobit, and Sarah prayed, it was I (the angel Raphael) who presented and read the record of your prayer before the Glory of the Lord; and I did the same thing when you used to bury the dead.

  • 2 MACC 15:11-16: When he had armed each of them, not so much with the safety of shield and spear as with the encouragement of noble words, he cheered them all by relating a dream, a kind of vision, worthy of belief. What he saw was this: Onias, the former high priest, a good and virtuous man, modest in appearance, gentle in manners, distinguished in speech, and trained from childhood in every virtuous practice, was praying with outstretched arms for the whole Jewish community. Then in the same way another man appeared, distinguished by his white hair and dignity, and with an air about him of extraordinary, majestic authority. Onias then said of him, "This is God's prophet Jeremiah, who loves his brethren and fervently prays for his people and their holy city." Stretching out his right hand, Jeremiah presented a gold sword to Judas. As he gave it to him he said, "Accept this holy sword as a gift from God; with it you shall crush your adversaries."

  • ACTS 12:7: Suddenly the angel of the Lord stood by him and a light shone in the cell. He tapped Peter on the side and awakened him, saying, "Get up quickly." The chains fell from his wrists.

  • RV 5:8: When he took it, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb. Each of the elders held a harp and gold bowls filled with incense, which are the prayers of the holy ones.

  • RV 8:3: Another angel came and stood at the altar, holding a gold censer. He was given a great quantity of incense to offer, along with the prayers of all the holy ones, on the gold altar that was before the throne.

  • RV 8:4: The smoke of the incense along with the prayers of the holy ones went up before God from the hand of the angel.

In fact, we have 2,000 years of history showing that those in heaven assist those on earth, sometimes in the most extraordinary of ways!

Praying Directly to God

Those outside the Church often criticize Catholics for their invoking of the saints. They argue that "there is one mediator between God and man" (1 Tm. 2:5) and that recourse should not be made to others, especially those who are "dead". Those outside the Church even claim that Catholics practice idolatry by invoking the saints. Although they claim to be biblical regarding their assertions, they fail to note that Scripture clearly tells us that we should intercede for others (see above), that those in heaven do hear our prayers, and that all are alive to God. As indicated above, various passages in Scripture wouldn't make sense if we weren't to intercede for one another. Such intercession doesn't detract from God's honor, any more than asking a person on earth for prayers detracts from God's honor. And, clearly, the simple act of talking to a person (praying, requesting prayers), does not constitute idolatry. Catholics know that the saints can help us, want to help us, and do help us. We know they are friends of God and that they deserve honor. We also know that they have no power of their own and that they are not "gods". They are, however, our friends in heaven who can present our requests to God in the most pleasing manner possible (as one might ask a friend's mother to ask her child on their behalf, knowing that the petition will be well-received when coming from her). It is quite clear that the earliest Christians (that is, Catholics) accepted and appreciated the Church's doctrine regarding the Communion of the Saints, as can be demonstrated by numerous written testimonies. Since then, evidence has repeatedly shown - even in the most extraordinary of ways - the truth of this doctrine. Those who fail to have recourse to the saints deprive themselves of a great means of assistance.

Final Note

The saints truly are your "friends in heaven". They love and care about you. They will pray for you and assist you in your difficulties. They enjoy the Beatific Vision in Heaven and have influence with God Himself. What amazing friends to have. 

Also See...

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Saints (Reflections)

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Catholic Basics

"If Saint Paul exhorts us to pray for one another, and we gladly think it right to ask every poor man to pray for us, should we think it evil to ask the holy saints in heaven to do the same?" (St. Thomas More)

"But if the Apostles and martyrs while still in the body can pray for others, at a time when they ought still be solicitous about themselves, how much more will they do so after their crowns, victories, and triumphs?" (St. Jerome, Doctor of the Church, c. 406 A.D.)

"Considering that when the saints lived in this world they were at liberty to roam the earth, do you really think that in heaven God would have them tied to a post?" (St. Thomas More) 

"[I]f St. Paul beseeches the brethren (Rom.15:30; 2 Cor. 1:11; Col.4:3; Eph. 6:18-19) to help him by their prayers for him to God, we must with even greater reason maintain that we can be helped by the prayers of the saints, and ask their intercession with humility. If we may beseech those who still live on earth, why not those who live in heaven?" (Catholic Encyclopedia)

 "You say you see no reason why we should pray to the saints since God can hear us and help us just as well, and will do so gladly, as any saint in heaven. Well, then, what need, I ask, do you have to ask any physician to help your fever, or to ask and pay any surgeon to heal your sore leg? For God can both hear you and help you as well as the best of doctors, He loves you more than they do, and He can help you sooner." (St. Thomas More)

"The first commandment does not forbid us to pray to the Saints, because if we are allowed to ask the prayers of our fellow creatures upon earth, we should be allowed also to ask the prayers of our fellow creatures in heaven. Moreover, the Saints must have an interest in our welfare, because whatever tends to make us good, tends also to the glory of God." (Baltimore Catechism)

 "Prayer is offered to a person in two ways: first, as to be fulfilled by him, secondly, as to be obtained through him. In the first way we offer prayer to God alone, since all our prayers ought to be directed to the acquisition of grace and glory, which God alone gives, according to Psalm 84:11, 'The Lord will give grace and glory.' But in the second way we pray to the saints, whether angels or men, not that God may through them know our petitions, but that our prayers may be effective through their prayers and merits. Hence it is written (Apocalypse 8:4) that 'the smoke of the incense,' namely 'the prayers of the saints ascended up before God.' This is also clear from the very style employed by the Church in praying: since we beseech the Blessed Trinity 'to have mercy on us,' while we ask any of the saints 'to pray for us.'... To Him alone do we offer religious worship when praying, from Whom we seek to obtain what we pray for, because by so doing we confess that He is the Author of our goods: but not to those whom we call upon as our advocates in God's presence." (St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church and "greatest theologian in the history of the Church")

"The holy Synod commands all bishops and others who hold the office of teaching and its administration, that in accordance with the usage of the Catholic and apostolic Church, received from primeval times of the Christian religion, and with the consensus of opinion of the holy Fathers and the decrees of sacred Councils, they above all diligently instruct the faithful on the intercession and invocation of the saints, the veneration of relics, and the legitimate use of images, teaching them that the saints, who reign together with Christ, offer up their prayers to God for men; and that it is good and useful to invoke them suppliantly and, in order to obtain favors from God through His Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who alone is our Redeemer and Savior, to have recourse to their prayers, assistance, and support; and that they who deny that those saints who enjoy eternal happiness in heaven are to be invoked, think impiously, or who assert that they do not pray for men, or that our invocation of them, to intercede for each of us individually, is idolatry, or that it is opposed to the word of God, and inconsistent with the honor of the 'one mediator of God and men Jesus Christ' [cf. 1 Tim. 2:5], or that it is foolish to pray vocally or mentally to those who reign in heaven. Also, that the holy bodies of holy martyrs, and of others now living with Christ - which bodies were the living members of Christ, and the temple of the Holy Ghost, and which are by Him to be raised unto eternal life, and to be glorified - are to be venerated by the faithful; through which (bodies) many benefits are bestowed by God on men; so that they who affirm that veneration and honor are not due to the relics of saints; or, that these, and other sacred monuments, are uselessly honored by the faithful; and that the places dedicated to the memories of the saints are in vain visited with the view of obtaining their aid; are wholly to be condemned, as the Church has already long since condemned, and now also condemns them." (Council of Trent)

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