Why, at the beginning of course. I’m just kidding, I know what you mean. The word “catholic” can be used in two ways. The first is lowercase, and the second is uppercase.
1. catholic means universal, comprehensive, or all-encompassing. It comes from the Greek word, katholikos, which comes from the phrase kath’ holou, meaning “about” (kata) “the whole” (holos).
2. Catholic refers to the Catholic Church and its members. It comes from the idea that the Catholic Church is the universal Church. When used in this case, it is capitalized.
Does this answer your question? God bless!