The Roman Catholic Church for centuries banned the Bible from the laity, burned it, and persecuted those who loved it. Roman Catholics today are permitted to look upon Protestants as "separated brethren." Rome’s understanding of such things as grace, confession, regeneration, baptism, etc. is much different than that of a born-again Christian. They use the same terms, but their meaning is not the same. The seven means of saving grace contained in the Sacraments—Infant Baptism, First Communion, Mass, Confession, Marriage, Extreme Unction, and Ordination—have no true biblical authority.
Suffering is everywhere
Samudaya : There is a cause of suffering, which is attachment or misplaced desire (tanha) rooted in ignorance.
Nirodha : There is an end of suffering, which is Nirvana (the possibility of liberation exists for everyone).
Maggo : There is a path that leads out of suffering, known as the Noble Eightfold Path (right view, right thought, right speech, right conduct, right vocation, right effort, right attention and right concentration).