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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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A Kempis, Thomas A Solis Ortus Cardine A.A.
A.B. A.B.C., An A.C.
A.D. A.J. A.M.
A.M.D.G. A.P.A. A.R.M.
A.S.C. A.S.C.J. A.S.S.P.
Aachen, Germany, City Of Aachen, Germany, Diocese Of Aaron
Aaron of Caerleon, Saint Aaron, Rod Of Ab Apostolici
Ab. Abachum, Saint Abacus
Abaddon Abaght, Saint Abandonment
AbbÉ Abba Abba Salama
Abban Abbe de Saint-Cyran Abbess
Abbey Abbey Nullius Abbey Nullius of Belmont, North Carolina
Abbey Nullius of New Norcia Abbey Nullius of Saint Peter Abbey of Abingdon
Abbey of Ampleforth Abbey of Athelney Abbey of Bursfeld
Abbey of Bury Saint Edmunds Abbey of Citeaux Abbey of Clonmacnoise
Abbey of Corbey Abbey of Corbie Abbey of Crowland
Abbey of Croyland Abbey of Dorchester, England Abbey of Dryburgh, Scotland
Abbey of Echternach Abbey of Einsiedeln Abbey of Epternach
Abbey of Fleury Abbey of Fontenelle Abbey of Fontevrault
Abbey of Grottaferrata Abbey of Mellifont Abbey of Melrose
Abbey of Notre Dame Du Lac Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani Abbey of Saint Albans
Abbey of Saint Emmeram Abbey of Saint Gall Abbey of Saint Michael and All Angels
Abbey of Saint Victor Abbey of Saint Wandrille Abbey of Sainte-Genevieve
Abbey of Saints Vincent and Anastasius Abbey of Sweetheart Abbey, Bath

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