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Pope Clement V, from a fifteenth-century edition of the Clementinae. (© Archivo Iconografico, S.A./CORBIS)

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  • Page 24: CANADELL QUINTANA, ENRIQUE, BL.
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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW, HISTORY OF

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    CANON LAW SOCIETY OF AMERICA

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    CANONICAL COLLECTION BEFORE GRATIAN

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    CANONIZATION OF SAINTS (HISTORY AND

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    CANONIZATION OF SAINTS (HISTORY AND

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    CANONS, CHAPTER OF

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    CANONS REGULAR OF ST. AUGUSTINE

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    CANOSSA, MADDALENA GABRIELLA, ST.

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    CANTERBURY, ANCIENT SEE OF

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    CANTOR IN CHRISTIAN LITURGY

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    CANTOR IN JEWISH LITURGY

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    CANUTE IV, KING OF DENMARK, ST.

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    CAPE VERDE, THE CHURCH IN

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    CAPELLE, BERNARD

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    CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

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    CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

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    CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

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    CAPITULARIES, IMPERIAL AND ECCLESIA

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    CAPRARA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA

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    CARABANTES, JOSÉ DE

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    CARAFA (CARAFFA)

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    CARAMUEL, JUAN LOBKOWITZ

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    CARBONARI

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    CÁRDENAS, JUAN DE

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    CARDINAL

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    CARDINAL

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    CARDONA MESEGUER, MATIAS, BL.

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARIBBEAN, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE

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    CARILEFFUS, ST.

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    CARLOMAN

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    CARMELITE SISTERS

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    CARMELITE SISTERS

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    CARMELITE SISTERS

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    CARMELITE SPIRITUALITY

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    CARMELITE SPIRITUALITY

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    CARMELITE SPIRITUALITY

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    CARMELITE SPIRITUALITY

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    CARMELITES

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    CARMELITES

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    CARMELITES, DISCALCED

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    CARMELITES OF MARY IMMACULATE

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    CARO, JOSEPH BEN EPHRAIM

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    CAROL A portion of one of the oldes

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    CAROLINE DIVINES

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    CAROLINGIAN ART

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    CAROLINGIAN REFORM

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    CAROLINGIAN REFORM

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    CAROLINGIAN RENAISSANCE

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CAROLINGIANS

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    CARPANI, MELCHIORRE

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    CARRIÈRE, JOSEPH

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    CARROLL, HOWARD JOSEPH

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    CARROLL, JOHN

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    CARROLL, JOHN PATRICK

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    CARTESIANISM

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    CARTHAGE

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    CARTHAGE, COUNCILS OF

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    CARTHUSIAN SPIRITUALITY

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    CARTHUSIAN SPIRITUALITY

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    CARTHUSIANS

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    CARTHUSIANS

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    CARVAJAL, LUISA DE

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    CASANOVAS PERRAMÓN, IGNACIO, BL.

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    CASAS MARTêNEZ, FELIPE DE JESòS,

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    CASONI, FILIPPO

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    CASSIAN, JOHN (JOHANNES CASSIANUS)

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    CASSIANO DA MACERATA

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    CASSOCK

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    CASTEL SANTÕ ANGELO

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    CASTELLINO DA CASTELLI

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    CASTIGLIONE, GIUSEPPE

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    CASTORENA Y URSòA, JUAN IGNACIO DE

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    CASUISTRY

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    CATACOMBS

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    CATACOMBS

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    CATALDINO, JOSƒ

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    CATECHESIS, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CATECHESIS, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CATECHESIS, III (REFORMATION)

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    CATECHESIS, III (REFORMATION)

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    CATECHETICAL DIRECTORIES, NATIONAL

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    CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

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    CATECHISMS

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    CATECHISMS

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    CATECHISMS

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    CATECHISMS IN COLONIAL SPANISH AMER

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    CATECHIST

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    CATECHUMENATE

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    CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE

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    CATEGORIES OF BEING

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    CATENAE, BIBLICAL

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    CATHEDRAL

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    CATHEDRAL AND EPISCOPAL SCHOOLS

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    CATHERICK, EDMUND, BL.

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    CATHERINE DE MÉDICIS

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    CATHERINE OF ARAGON

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    CATHERINE OF GENOA, ST.

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    CATHERINE OF RACCONIGI, BL.

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    CATHERINE OF SWEDEN, ST.

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    CATHOLIC ACTION

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    CATHOLIC ALMANAC

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    CATHOLIC COMMISSION ON INTELLECTUAL

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    CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, OFFICIAL

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    CATHOLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION

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    CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIAT

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    CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL UNION AT CHICA

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    CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, THE

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    CATHOLICITY

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    CATHOLICOS

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    CAULET, FRANÇOIS ÉTIENNE

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    CAUSALITY

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    CAUSALITY

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    CAUSALITY, DIVINE

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    CAUSALITY, DIVINE

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    CAUSALITY, DIVINE

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    CAUSE, FIRST

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    CAVALCANTI, GUIDO

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    CAVAZZONI, GIROLAMO

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    CAYET, PIERRE VICTOR

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    CEDD (CEDDA), ST.

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    CELESTINE II, POPE

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    CELESTINE IV, POPE

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    CELIBACY, CLERICAL, HISTORY OF

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    CELIBACY, CLERICAL, HISTORY OF

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    CELIBACY, CLERICAL, HISTORY OF

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    CELLES-SUR-BELLE, MONASTERY OF

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    CELTIC RELIGION

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    CEMETERIES, CANON LAW OF

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    CENACLE, RELIGIOUS OF THE

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    CENSORSHIP OF BOOKS (CANON LAW)

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    CENSUS (IN THE BIBLE)

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    CENTER PARTY

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    CENTESIMUS ANNUS

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    CENTRAL SENSE

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    CENTRAL SENSE

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    CENTURION

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    CERFAUX, LUCIEN

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    CERTITUDE

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    CERTITUDE

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    CERTITUDE

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    CEVOLI, FLORIDA, BL.

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    CHAD, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    CHALCEDON

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    CHALCEDON, COUNCIL OF

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    CHALDEAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (EASTERN C

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    CHALDEAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (EASTERN C

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    CHALICE, PATEN, AND VEIL

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    CHALMERS, THOMAS

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    CHAMPAGNAT, MARCELLIN JOSEPH BENOë

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    CHANCE

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    CHANDLER, JOSEPH RIPLEY

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    CHANT BOOKS, PRINTED EDITIONS OF

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    CHAPEL

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    CHAPMAN, JOHN

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    CHAPTERS, RELIGIOUS

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    CHARBONNEAU, JOSEPH

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    CHARISM

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    CHARISMATIC RENEWAL, CATHOLIC

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    CHARITƒ-SUR-LOIRE, ABBEY OF

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    CHARITY

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    CHARITY

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    CHARITY, BROTHERS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARITY, WORKS OF

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    CHARLEMAGNE

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    CHARLEMAGNE

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    CHARLEMAGNE

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    CHARLES, PIERRE

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    CHARLES V, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR

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    CHARLES I, KING OF ENGLAND

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    CHARLES MARTEL

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    CHARLES OF VILLERS, BL.

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    CHARPENTIER, MARC ANTOINE

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    CHARTRES [CATHEDRAL]

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    CHARTULARY

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    CHASTITY

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    CHATARD, FRANCIS SILAS

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    CHATEAUBRIAND, FRANÇOIS RENÉ DE

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    CHAUCER, GEOFFREY

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    CHAUCER, GEOFFREY

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    CHAUCER, GEOFFREY

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    CHAUCER, GEOFFREY

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    CHAUTAUQUA MOVEMENT

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    CHÁVEZ, CÉSAR ESTRADA

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    CHECA Y BARBA, JOSÉ IGNACIO

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    CH’EN, ROSE AND TERESA, SS.

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    CHENU, MARIE-DOMINIQUE

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    CHERUBINI, LUIGI

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    CHESTERTON, GILBERT KEITH

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    CHEVETOGNE, MONASTERY OF

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    CHÉZARD DE MATEL, JEANNE MARIE

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    CHICAGO, ARCHDIOCESE OF

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    CHICAGO, ARCHDIOCESE OF

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    CHICAGO, ARCHDIOCESE OF

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    CHIDWICK, JOHN PATRICK

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    CHILE, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    CHILE, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    CHILIASM

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINA, CHRISTIANITY IN

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    CHINESE PHILOSOPHY

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    CHINESE PHILOSOPHY

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    CHINESE RELIGIONS

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    CHINESE RITES CONTROVERSY

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    CHINESE RITES CONTROVERSY

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    CHIVALRY

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    CHMIELOWSKI, ALBERT, ST.

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    CHOIR Choir of Sisters of Mercy, Lo

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    CHOISEUL DU PLESSIS PRASLIN, GILBER

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    CHORISANTES

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    CHRISTE SANCTORUM DECUS ANGELORUM

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    CHRISTIAN (THE TERM)

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    CHRISTIAN ANTHROPOLOGY

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    CHRISTIAN CHURCH (DISCIPLES OF CHRI

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    CHRISTIAN FAMILY MOVEMENT

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    CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY

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    CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY

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    CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH

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    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (CHURCH OF CHRIST

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    CHRISTIAN WAY OF LIFE (EARLY CHURCH

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    CHRISTIANA OF LUCCA, BL.

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    CHRISTINA OF HAMM, BL.

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    CHRISTMAS AND ITS CYCLE

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    CHRISTMAS AND ITS CYCLE

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    CHRISTMAS AND ITS CYCLE

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    CHRISTOCENTRISM

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    CHRISTOLOGY, CONTROVERSIES ON (PATR

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    CHRISTOPHER, ANTIPOPE

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    CHROMATIUS OF AQUILEIA, ST.

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    CHRONICLER, BIBLICAL

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    CHRONICLER, BIBLICAL

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    CHRONOLOGY, MEDIEVAL

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    CHRYSOBERGES, ANDREW

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    CHUR, MONASTERY OF

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    CHURCH, I (IN THE BIBLE)

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    CHURCH, I (IN THE BIBLE)

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    CHURCH, II (THEOLOGY OF)

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    CHURCH, II (THEOLOGY OF)

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    CHURCH, II (THEOLOGY OF)

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    CHURCH, II (THEOLOGY OF)

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    CHURCH, II (THEOLOGY OF)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, I (EARLY)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, I (EARLY)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, I (EARLY)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, I (EARLY)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, II (MEDIEVAL)

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, III (EARLY MODE

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, III (EARLY MODE

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, III (EARLY MODE

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, III (EARLY MODE

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, IV (LATE MODERN

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE

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    CHURCH AND STATE (CANON LAW)

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH AND STATE IN THE UNITED STAT

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY OF

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    CHURCH MEMBERSHIP, U.S.

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    CHURCH MEMBERSHIP, U.S.

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    CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

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    CHURCH PROPERTY

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    CHURCH PROPERTY

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    CHYLINSKI, RAFAŁ MELCHOIR, BL.

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    CICOGNANI, AMLETO GIOVANNI

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    CIENFUEGOS, JOSÉ IGNACIO

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    CIMATTI, MARIA RAFFAELLA, BL.

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    CINCINNATI, ARCHDIOCESE OF

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    CIPITRIA Y BARRIOLA, CÁNDIDA MARÍ

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    CIRCUMCISION

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    CIRCUMSTANCES, MORAL

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    CISNEROS, GARCÍA DE

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    CISTERCIANS

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    CISTERCIANS

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    CISTERCIANS, ART AND ARCHITECTURE O

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    CITTADINI, CATERINA, BL.

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    CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE

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    CIVIL RELIGION

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    CLAIRVAUX, ABBEY OF

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    CLARE OF ASSISI, ST.

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    CLARENDON, CONSTITUTIONS OF

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    CLARETIANS

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    CLARKE, SAMUEL

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    CLAUDEL, PAUL LOUIS CHARLES MARIE

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    CLAUDIUS AND COMPANIONS, SS.

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    CLEMENCY

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    CLEMENT I, POPE, ST.

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    CLEMENT III, POPE

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    CLEMENT IV, POPE

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    CLEMENT VI, POPE

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    CLEMENT VII, POPE

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    CLEMENT VIII, POPE

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    CLEMENT IX, POPE

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    CLEMENT XI, POPE

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    CLEMENT XIII, POPE

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    CLEMENT XIII, POPE

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    CLEMENT XIV, POPE

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    CLEMENT XIV, POPE

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    CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA

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    CLEMENTINAE

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    CLERICALISM

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    CLERMONT-TONNERRE, ANNE ANTOINE JUL

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    CLOISTER, CANONICAL RULES FOR

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    CLOTILDE, ST.

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    CLOVIS I

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    CLUNIAC REFORM

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    CLUNY, ABBEY OF

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    COCCHETTI, ANNUNCIATA, BL.

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    CODE OF CANONS OF THE EASTERN CHURC

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    CODRINGTON, THOMAS

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    COEFFETEAU, NICOLAS

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    COGLEY, JOHN

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    COGOLLUDO, DIEGO LÓPEZ DE

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    COLA DI RIENZO

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    COLEMAN, WALTER

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    COLET, JOHN

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    COLIN, FREDERIC LOUIS

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    COLLATIO

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    COLLIER, PETER FENELON

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    COLLIUS, FRANCESCO (COLLIO)

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    COLOGNE

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    COLOGNE

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    COLOGNE, SCHOOL OF

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    COLOMBIA, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    COLOMBIA, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    COLOMBIA, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    COLONNA

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    COLONNA, VITTORIA

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    COLORADO, CATHOLIC CHURCH IN

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    COLOSSAE

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    COLOSSIANS, EPISTLE TO THE

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    COLUMBAN FATHERS

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    COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER

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    COLUMBUS, DIOCESE OF

  • Page 3: NEW CATHOLIC
  • Page 5: For The Catholic University of Amer
  • Page 7: This revised edition of the New Cat
  • Page 9: PREFACE
  • Page 11: The system of abbreviations used fo
  • Page 13: CANA OF GALILEE
  • Page 15: tamia, as is evident in the groups
  • Page 17: 31 Jesuits, ten Ursulines, 23 hospi
  • Page 19: Quebec in the 18th century, engravi
  • Page 21: Flahiff (b. 1905), archbishop of Wi
  • Page 23: tion to its primary and secondary s
  • Page 25: José, which is now under the care
  • Page 27: all the rest is done in the proper
  • Page 29: on September 4, 1549, thus becoming
  • Page 31: scientific principles of humanism.
  • Page 33: and canonical books. St. Augustine
  • Page 35: Bible, open to an illustration of
  • Page 37: couraged speculation. It was believ
  • Page 39: Only in the 17th century, because o
  • Page 41: is exemplified by His position on d
  • Page 43: of authority to several other books
  • Page 45: ook of the NT was either written or
  • Page 47: isdiction by laypersons, and member
  • Page 49: ons for the Eastern Churches, the C
  • Page 51: Patristic canons, and the Canon of
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    of the peoples to Christianity, alr

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    about 829. RABANUS MAURUS (d. 856),

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    he is consulted on a disputed point

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    Germanic traditions. The chief figu

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    scholarship in general; and the Gre

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    didactic and practical nature of th

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    Council of Trent. The Council of Tr

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    chenrechts, 3 v. (Vienna 1953-59; 2

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    plinae Leges promulgating the text

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    sions, as well as the fulfillment o

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    fontium (Turin 1950). F. MAASSEN, G

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    duced, namely, the intervention of

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    ecognizes the extraordinary virtue

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    Bibliography: J. P. BEAL et al., Ne

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    (COIMBRA), begun in 1132, was of so

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    CANTERBURY, ANCIENT SEE OF

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    elics of Canterbury saints. This pa

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    344-360) that states, ‘‘No othe

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    After attending Sacred Heart Colleg

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    mains took place on June 25, 1170.

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    The ruins of a Portuguese fortress

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    Sauveur des hommes (Paris 1951); ƒ

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    Sister Helen Prejean and a fellow d

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    while identifying at the same time

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    Bishops in November 2000 included i

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    time and then literally translated

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    defended the Thomistic doctrine aga

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    CROCE, Uomini e cose della vecchia

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    the end of his reign did Paul IV le

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    uating the obligation of law and wa

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    ings of the Carbonari were prohibit

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    lions of young workers, separating

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    Church because of their proximity t

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    the consistory became less importan

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    pious names that the islands were g

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    Dutch arrived in San Juan in 1625 a

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    charismatic life have been blended

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    The upcoming wars of independence o

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    merchants, breaking their long-stan

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    Dominica, was made a diocese, which

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    majority of Bahamians were still wh

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    MABILLON, Acta sanctorum ordinis S.

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    A. M. ZIMMERMANN, Kalendarium Bened

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    ‘‘Pope Honorius III Approves th

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    papal approval (1870, 1880), founde

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    12th-century renewal of the Church

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    The Elian Character. Their connecti

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    mendous boost in encouraging both r

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    ecommended Lawrence to his Quietist

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    proaches many of the same topics, s

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    in the Ordinal of Sibert de Beka (c

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    and with the help of St. John of th

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    Teresa of Avila’s purpose in spon

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    Outside of India, the congregation

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    mule. In each town he walked about

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    maudlin, and verbose carols of the

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    Dr. Richard Sherlock (1612-89), ‘

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    from which monument Charlemagne plu

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    magne was not content merely to com

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    tem was more widely observed, and t

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    Priscian. He knew Cicero, Vegetius,

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    power of the monarchy and her ruthl

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    and proclaimed that none but member

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    oyal court in which the king was pe

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    eflected his determination to serve

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    ealm was composed of several semi-a

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    centers of power might tempt one to

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    Johann Bendikt (III), grandson of J

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    though religious disability would p

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    Return to America. Carroll returned

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    The foundation of the first distinc

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    was finally detained in the Tower (

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    placed on the Index donec corrigant

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    Remains of Circular Punic Gate, ca.

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    The Arian VANDALS invaded North Afr

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    The Interior of a Carthusian cell.

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    Sources Chrétiennes series. Basic

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    17th and 18th Centuries. In 1676 th

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    thusian Reform: The World of Nichol

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    material with a certain adult gravi

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    cooperation in Europe, when he also

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    CASEY, SOLANUS

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    compromise. The fact is he realized

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    tacked Pelagius and JULIAN OF ECLAN

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    aware of the Christian heritage. Th

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    fought the disillusionment that was

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    Castel Sant’ Angelo and bridge, R

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    CASTIGLIONE, BALDASSARE

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    Emperor Qian Long, scroll painting

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    CASTRO, MATEO DE

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    obligatory for all clerics). As a m

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    Loculi walls of the catacombs of St

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    Crypt of the Popes in the catacomb

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    ecame a monk there, and then later

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    structions given to adults as they

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    of a policy of adopting the vernacu

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    of creed, code, and cult, with a ma

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    The catechisms engendered as part o

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    At his insistence the chapter in th

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    The Catechism of the Catholic Churc

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    AugustineÕs greatness as a catechi

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    marked by a polemical tone once it

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    nation, but it is unquestionably a

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    Fragment of a catechism in Mexican

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    in many parts of the world, some un

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    ite, which might include the tracin

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    Christ, their Master. Catechumens,

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    to obey laws that are universal and

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    meanings of a number of predicates

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    sources, are gracefully interlocked

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    pope as the successor of St. Peter

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    Salisbury Cathedral and School, 122

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    Foreign Policy. Catherine’s activ

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    Gaspard de Coligny. Coligny rose in

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    the European universities about the

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    extant biographies, editions, and t

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    in May and June of 1374, she satisf

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    sion of Christianity; yet persecuti

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    and (4) done under a special mandat

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    Coming was not imminent, the moveme

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    specialty. Membership is open to th

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    early articles were contributed ano

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    The association established the Reg

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    ganization similar to the highly su

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    after November 1971, Catholic tradi

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    Besides Keane as rector and Philip

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    universality of truth and orthodoxy

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    opric of SAINT DAVID’s, April 27,

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    (1439), to Denmark (1449), and to P

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    agent tends to something determinat

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    man knows only his ideas and images

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    God as end. Simply because of the d

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    exist and for as long as they exist

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    attitude toward evil is somewhat un

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    other effects, and does not presupp

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    vine mission of Rome. Cavalcanti mi

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    CAVO, ANDRÉS

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    theologiae catholicae, 5 v. in 6 (3

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    Celestine took a very hard line aga

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    cinto (Hyacinthus) of the Boboni-Or

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    custody in the nearby castle of Fum

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    Clerical Marriage Permitted. CLEMEN

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    AN (GEÔEZ) CATHOLIC CHURCH, except

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    sancto matrimonii sacramento 7.27).

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    taine, as a priory of CANONS REGULA

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    Like the Roman pontiÞces, the drui

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    Latin coenaculum (dining room), whi

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    where St. PACHOMIUS organized large

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    The censorship of books is a functi

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    er date (perhaps completed only in

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    civic code, two major naval bills,

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    and every effort is made to create

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    edgeÑan impossible dissociation at

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    some inhibition persists, perceptio

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    Saints, ed. H. THURSTON and D. ATTW

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    CERQUEIRA, LUÍS DE

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    eßection. One may be certain that

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    Church Teaching On Certitude

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    CERTITUDE OF FAITH

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    sumed Þnancial and administrative

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    an active and vocal role in bridgin

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    CHALCEDON, COUNCIL OF

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    produce a new version and gave the

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    each of ten regions to elect a patr

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    ishop of Salamas, and coadjutor of

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    life of prayer and mortiÞcation ha

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    CHALON-SUR-SAÔNE, COUNCILS OF

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    Dictionnaire de spiritualité ascé

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    overlooks the fact that the end was

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    known language and was wholly depen

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    manum Officiale der Editio Medicaea

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    Interior of the Palatine Chapel. (

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    CHAPPUIS, MARIA SALESIA, VEN.

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    ic personality by law, actions take

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    17, 1651. As a member of a well-to-

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    these are supernatural, freely give

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    to be an important part of its on-g

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    CHARITY

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    that you may be Þlled unto all the

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    Main Act of Charity. This is called

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    ‘‘Charity (Aiding Mother and Ch

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    table, as offerings to the Lord. Th

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    ethren died in this way, some pries

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    zomen, Ecclesiastical History 6:34;

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    possessions. Only after the convers

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    their income. The direction of the

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    peace brought wealth and well-being

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    The work of the Council of Trent. T

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    founded hospitals in India for the

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    the Work of Prisons (1674); at Lyon

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    America (Norman, Okla. 1960). N. E.

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    about the governance of his realm.

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    archal church organization involvin

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    tion of the papacy with the protoco

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    Charles anticipated many missionary

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    failed (see INTERIMS), and on Feb.

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    CHARLES II, KING OF ENGLAND

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    mental continuities between the Mer

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    New York 1900). The appendix of the

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    la musique, ed. ROLAND-MANUEL, 2 v.

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    Christ and the Virgin on the choir

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    ‘‘The Triumph of Love’’ (de

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    stands as specific form, sign, and

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    His account of this journey, publis

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    spective, and aware of the action o

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    The Public Servant. With rare excep

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    eading he had been seeking to do ha

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    the highest dignity in the order of

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    next as the philosopher-artist, inq

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    CHAVARA, KURIAKOSE (CYRIAC)

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    of La Causa (New York 1975). F. ROS

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    (1571-79). This was a critical peri

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    Crescitelli (Milan 1950). M. T. DE

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    Stone carvings detailing cherub fac

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    those bishops of the Anglo-Saxon ki

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    usalem (1921), What I Saw in Americ

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    Greek College in Rome since 1956, d

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    CHIBCHA RELIGION

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    ing the episcopal residence, to the

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    archdiocese contributed $1.5 millio

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    of the Offices. Agencies, and Insti

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    members of the Diet. At the same ti

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    when they arrived in 1536. Among th

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    government also made use of these s

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    uilding program for Canterbury; he

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    EAST in China. It also presents the

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    nation. The leader of the group was

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    Head Bishop Liu Yuanren of the Offi

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    demned to death and replaced by Yan

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    ing it to make further concessions

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    under the slogan ‘‘The Evangeli

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    laxed. A further sign of a more ben

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    for pastoral affairs under the cont

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    Vatican Relations: Problems of Conf

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    acy of proper education as a corner

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    tuted ordination examinations and s

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    evidence indicates that the Shang r

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    ulently; the fourth article forbade

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    Synodalis in Siniis) v.9 (1936); v.

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    with his lord, to abstain from pill

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    eason why it is possible not to cho

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    The history of the choir in the Mid

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    under J. K. Elsner (1769-1854), a p

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    are given in the SACRAMENTARY of th

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    Christians attend a worship service

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    ness brought on by the misuse of hu

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    its understanding of the effects of

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    ciples of Christ: A History (rev. e

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    Mothers was held in Lille, under th

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    salvation and thus the only true wi

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    came to formulate his thesis of a m

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    The minister at the United Reformed

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    Christian Scientist Church service,

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    were content with the provisions Ch

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    CHRISTIFIDELES LAICI

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    CHRISTMAS AND ITS CYCLE

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    This theory was Þrst advanced by L

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    in addition to a vigil mass. Though

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    within the octave of Christmas to b

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    prayer of the People of God is trul

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    nated theological disputes of the n

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    enlarged the friary and distinguish

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    nants, whereas ancient Hebrew wrote

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    Other sources are: (1) Family Recor

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    YahwehÕs displeasure with His peop

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    years, product of 10 x 28 (see Grum

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    Bibliography: V. L. KENNEDY, The Sa

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    CHURCH, I (IN THE BIBLE)

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    CHURCH, I (IN THE BIBLE)

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    Father (Eph 4.1Ð6); thus there wer

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    In the unknown span of time between

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    and the sure pledge of the coming g

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    sons of God? The members of the Son

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    also with GodÕÕ In ( 3 sent. 37.2

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    a full and harmonious exposition. T

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    (Acts 2.5Ð11). Calling upon them t

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    contemporaries in marriage and fami

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    and Christian literature on a Þrm

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    and exegetical writings helped to p

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    and his disciples and converts foun

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    quished his rival, whom the pope su

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    their assets as patrons and churche

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    There, the epoch had given birth to

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    CHURCH, HISTORY OF, III (EARLY

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    taining many Catholic practices but

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    egular in northern Italy, a religio

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    completely under English rule from

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    erable popularity. It was condemned

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    Congress of Vienna, held after the

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    claim control over marriage, charit

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    and effectiveness that extended fro

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    following decades. Catholic spiritu

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    ecame a serious rival in Africa and

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    ChurchÕs ofÞcial organizations an

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    West (New York 1990). JOHN PAUL II,

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    conformityÑalthough in these two i

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    lations of Church and State began t

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    a letter to LEO III, limited the po

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    The great medieval effort to build

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    afterward respecting England, Holla

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    tion of Catholic leadership and a P

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    human rights (158). Among essential

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    of employment, health, disability a

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    to be approved by the general court

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    BeneÞts of this law were extended

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    New Hampshire. The colonial attitud

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    Bibliography: P. W. COONS, The Achi

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    Congress responded in 1862 with the

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    cease but is merely in abeyance unt

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    Diplomatic Representation at the Va

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    jected. When Congress adopted the S

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    held that the state could infringe

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    University’s decision discriminat

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    than school officials. The Court ap

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    studies of the history and the theo

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    frequency beginning with the Roman

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    with the sacred. H. Nissen observes

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    ing the existence of God and the re

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    chitecture reached an apogee of dev

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    church architecture for two centuri

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    ounded by glass walls articulated b

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    The early-christian church of SS. C

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    Kariye Cami, a former Byzantine Chu

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    the dome was abundant in late Roman

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    heirs of Constantinople. The nation

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    The cupolas of the Cathedrale-St.-F

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    Two distinctive types of Romanesque

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    Façade of the Baroque Hospital de

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    Church of the Holy Ghost, designed

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    Church in Alfred, Maine, photograph

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    church is covered by an enormous ba

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    St. John the Evangelist Church, Hop

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    The apse of an early Christian chur

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    VIII till the Death of Mazarin, 2 v

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    ly the best Greek revival church in

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    ation for Christian Art in Cologne

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    of its progress was the ‘‘highw

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    the First Baptist Meeting House, Pr

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    (1962), where 150-foot spires of al

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    scape in the early twenty-first cen

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    Chicago together accounted for over

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    CHURCH PROPERTY

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    eady condemning the luxurious livin

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    Holy See had to dispute or share wi

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    was small, containing but a few con

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    CICONIA, JOHANNES

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    (1080). It was an ally of the Latin

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    Ohio and held in the name of the Do

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    chy and clergy in the history of th

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    Daughters of Jesus now operate scho

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    in Israel was connected with the ri

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    Classification of Circumstances. So

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    Angélique ARNAULD and became a str

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    DERS reduced monastic vocations con

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    Cultural Contributions

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    either cross or color. The Cisterci

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    CIVIL CONSTITUTION OF THE

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    society is a ‘‘scheme of cooper

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    show the need of new reflection on

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    al explanation for certain types of

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    youth, in 1275 Clare of Montefalco

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    ending its persecution. The Clareni

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    vicar apostolic of Darien, Panama,

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    tained a respectful indifference. Y

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    1964. J. RIVIÈRE, ‘‘Paul Claud

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    long voyages epidemics and despair

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    pointed choirmaster at St. Donatien

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    Historical Background. The historic

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    erg, Heinrich VI und Montecassino.

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    and Bologna, he was consecrated bis

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    Lettres . . . intéressant les pays

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    (London 1972). Epistolae ad Princip

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    Clement also attempted to improve t

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    CLEMENT X, POPE

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    ishop of Paris, Cardinal Louis de N

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    vice as a prothonotary, and was imm

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    legitima potestate Romani pontifici

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    asked his opinion on its possible s

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    für Theologie und Kirche, ed. J. H

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    dition of salvation (ibid. 2.115.2)

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    CLEOPAS

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    de l’État (Paris 1956). C. A. WH

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