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'''Ecumenical creeds''' is an [[umbrella term]] used in the [[Western Church|western church]] to refer to the [[Nicene Creed]], [[Apostles' Creed]], and [[Athanasian Creed]]. The ecumenical creeds are also known as the '''[[universal creeds]]'''. These creeds are accepted by almost all mainstream [[Christian denominations]] in the [[Western Church|western church]], including the [[Roman Catholic Church]], [[Anglicanism|Anglican churches]] and [[Lutheranism|Lutheran churches]]. A creed by definition is a summary or stement of what one believes it originates from the Latin ''credo'' meaning "I Believe."
 
The [[Eastern Orthodox Church]] accepts the [[Nicene Creed]], but does not use the [[Apostles' Creed]] or the [[Athanasian Creed]].
 
[[ia:Credos ecumenic]]
acreed by definition is a summary or stement of what one believes it originates from the Latin credo meaning "I Believe"