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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Aged Poor Society Ages, Middle Aggressor, Unjust
Agios O Theos Aglar Aglipay, Gregorio
Agnellus of Pisa, Blessed Agnellus, Saint Abbot Agnellus, Saint Martyr
Agnes of Assisi, Saint Agnes of Bohemia, Blessed Agnes of Montepulciano, Saint
Agnes of Prague, Blessed Agnes of Rome, Saint Agnesi, Maria Gaetana
Agnetz Agnoetre Agnosticism
Agnus Dei Agolanti, Chiara Agony of Christ
Agostino Ciasca Agra, Archdiocese Of Agrapha
Agreda, Maria De Agricius, Saint Agricola (Bauer), Georg
Aherne, Cornelius Ahriman Aidan, Saint
Aiguillon, Marie de Vignerot de Pontcourlay, Duche Aikenhead, Mary Ailbe, Saint
Ailleboust, Barbe D' Ailleboust, Louis d', Sieub de Coulanges Aillon, Joseph de La Roche D'
Aimerich, Mateo Air Machine Blessing Aisle
Aix-La-Chapelle Aix-Marseilles, University Of Ajmir, Diocese Of
Alabama Alabaster Alacoque, Margaret Mary, Saint
Alain de La Roche Alais, Peace Of Alamo, The
Alan of Tewkesbury Alan of Walsingham Alanus de Rupe
Alaric Alascans Alaska
Alb Alban Butler Alban of Mainz, Saint
Alban, Epscop Alban, Saint Albanel, Charles D'
Albania Albany Albany, New York, Diocese Of
Albendorf Albert Albert of Brandenburg
Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach Albert the Great, Saint Alberta University Catholic College
Alberto Di Morra Albertus Magnus College Albertus Magnus, Saint

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