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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Achiropoeta Achitophel Achonry, Ireland, Diocese Of
Acidalius, Valens Acolouthia Acolyte
Acquaviva, Rudolph, Blessed Acre Acrostic
Act of Faith Act of God Act of Settlement (English)
Act of Settlement (Irish) Act of Supremacy Act of Toleration
Act, Ecclesiastical Titles Acta Apostolicre Sedis Acta Sanctorum
Acta Sanctorum Hiberniae Acta Sanctre Sedis Acta Triadis Thaumaturgae
Action Francaise Acton, John Actor Ecclesire
Acts and Monuments Acts of the Apostles Acts of the Martyrs
Acts, Canonical Acts, Human Acts, Indifferent
Actual Grace Actual Sin Acus
Ad Bestias Ad Libitum Ad Limina Apostolorum
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam Ad Metalla Ad Regias Agni Dapes
Adalard, Saint Adalbert, Saint Adam
Adam de Marisco Adam de Marsh Adam's Apple
Adam's Peak Adam, Fall Of Adamnan, Saint
Adauctus, Saint Addai, Saint Added, Saint
Addeus and Maris, Liturgy Of Addeus, Saint Adelaide Procter
Adelaide, Australia, Archdiocese Of Adelphians Adeodatus I, Saint, Pope
Adeodatus Ii, Saint, Pope Adeste Fideles Adjuration
Administration Apostolic Administration of the Sacraments Administrator
Admirabilis, Mater Admonitions, Canonical Ado, Saint
Adolph Kolping Adonai Adoption, Canonical
Adoption, Supernatural Adoptionism Adoration

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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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