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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Armenia Armenian College Armenian Rite
Armidale, Australia, Diocese Of Arminianism Armor
Army Bishop Arnold of Brescia Arnoudt, Peter Joseph
Arnulf of Metz, Saint Arphaxad Arras, Boulogne and Saint-Omer, France, Diocese Of
Arrow Art, Byzantine Art, Christian
Art, Passion of Christ In Artemius Megalomartyr, Saint Arthur Jones
Arthur Marshall Arthur Moore Arthur, King
Articles, Fundamental Articles, Gallican Articles, Lambeth
Articles, Organic Articles, Six Articulo Mortis
Artoklasia Arts, Master Of Arundel and Brighton, England, Diocese Of
Arundell, Henry Arundell, Humphry Arundell, Thomas 1560
Arundell, Thomas 1584 As Fades the Glowing of Day Asaph, Saint
Ascendancy Ascension Ascent of the Scorpion
Asceteby Asceterion Ascetical Theology
Asceticism Aseity Aser
Ash Color, Vestments Of Ash Wednesday Asher
Ashes, Blessed Ashford University Ashmedai
Ashtoret Asia Minor Asia, Proconsular
Asicus, Saint Asmodeus Asp
Asperges Aspergill Aspirations
Ass Ass in Caricature of Christian Beliefs and Practic Ass Worship
Assam, British India, Prefecture Apostolic Of Assemblies of God Assemblies of the French Clergy
Assembly, Freedom Of Asses, Feast Of Assic, Saint
Assideans Assisi, Agnes of, Saint Assisi, Clare of, Saint

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This dictionary contains not only definitions and explanations of every subject in Religion, Scripture, tradition, doctrine, morals, sacraments, rites, customs, devotions and symbolism, but also accounts of the Church in every continent, country, diocese; missions, notable Catholic centers, cities, and places with religious names; religious orders, church societies, sects and false religions. It has brief articles also on historical events and personages, on the Old Testament and New, and on popes, prelates, priests, men and women of distinction, showing what the Church has done for civilization and correcting many errors which have hitherto passed for history.

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