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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Bishop, Boy

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A boy chosen from the monastery school or cathedral choir to preside as bishop between Saint Nicholas's Day, December 6, and the feast of Holy Innocents, December 28,. The custom dates from early times and was in vogue in most Catholic countries, but chiefly in England.

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Entry for 'Bishop, Boy'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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