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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Audit Tyrannus Anxius Auditor Audley, Edmund
Audry, Saint Aufklarung Augouard, Philippe Prosper
Augsburg, Germany, Diocese Of Augsburg, Religious Peace Of Augurs
August von Schlegel Augusta Drane Auguste Broglie
Auguste de Lapparent Auguste Nelaton Augustin a Banta Maria
Augustin Blanchet Augustin Cauchy Augustin de Backer
Augustin Fresnel Augustin Quintano Augustine Calmet
Augustine Hewit Augustine Novellus, Blessed Augustine of Canterbury, Saint
Augustine of Hippo, Saint Augustine Schoeffler, Saint Augustine Webster, Saint
Augustinian Canons Augustinians Canons Augustinians Hermits
Augustinians of the Assumption Augustinism Augustinus Lehmkuhl
Augustus Pugin Augustus, Caius Julius Caesar Octavianus Aulneau, Jean Pierre
Aumbry Aureole Aureole of the Saints
Auricular Confession Auriesville, New York Aurora Caelum Purapurat
Aurora Jam Spargit Polum Aurora Soli Praevia Austerities
Austin Canons Austin Friars Austin, Texas, Diocese Of
Australasia Australia Australian Catholic Truth Society
Austremonius, Saint Austria Austria, John of, Don
Authentic Authenticity Author and Finisher of Faith
Author of Life, The Authority Authorized Version
Auto-Da-FÉ Autocephali Autos Sacramentales
Autricum Autun, Inscription Of Auxentius, Saint
Auxerre, France Auxerre, Germain of, Saint Auxiliary Bishop
Auxilium Christianorum Auzalie of Barcelona, Saint Avalon

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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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