We call it “salvation”.
You would need to believe in God, be baptized, valid baptism, in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. You would need to be a part of God’s Church, the instrument through which he works. We believe the “Church” is the original one he established, the Catholic Church, that it is the only Church established by Christ, that those which are not in “communion” with it are in schism, excommunicating themselves with perhaps their only means of salvation. We are to receive the sacraments. In the Catholic Church, we believe there are 7 sacraments.
We believe we need a number of things…to have faith, persist to the end, to live a good life, obey the commandments…10 commandments and then the 2 from Christ…love God above all things and our neighbor as ourselves. We are to do good works…feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, visit the sick, bury the dead, etc.
We call these the 7 corporal works of mercy and 7 spiritual works of mercy.
We should pray for ourselves and each other, read scripture.
We should avoid sin, even temptation of sin. When we fall, we are to repent, confess our sins…to a priest, the designated representative of Christ for absolution and guidance.
We need to forgive others, so that we may be forgiven.
We believe we are to listen to, and heed, the prophets and other representatives of the Church, such as the priests, pope and Magisterium. We believe that to disobey them, after Christ established their authority by giving Peter the keys of the kingdom, giving him authority to bid on earth and heaven, the apostles authority to forgive sin, that if we refuse to avail ourselves of the sacraments from them, we are refusing Christ.
When they were sent out, they were told that what they did to these representatives, they did to Christ. We believe that people who will not obey priests or the pope, are disobeying Christ, who sent them, established the priesthood and papacy.
The exact order of the sacraments would be Baptism…Reconciliation/Confession, First
Holy Communion, Confirmation…depending Matrimony/Holy Orders…Anointing of the Sick/previously known as the Last Rites.
If anyone can do these things, they’d have a good start!