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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Garnier, Charles, Blessed Garnier, Julien Gary, Indiana, Diocese Of
GaspÉ, Philippe Aubert De GaspÉ, Quebec, Canada, Diocese Of Gasquet, Francis Aidan
Gassendi, Pierre Gassner, Johann Joseph Gaston Paris
Gaston, William Gate of Heaven Gate, Lych
Gate-House Chapel Gatianus, Saint Gatineau, Quebec, Archdiocese Of
Gaubil, Antoine Gauda Island Gaudete Sunday
Gaul Gauss, Karl Friedrich Gavantus, Bartolommeo
Gavin Douglas Gaylord, Michigan, Diocese Of Gaza
Gedeon Geez Gehenna
Gelasian Sacramentary Gelasius I, Pope Saint Gelasius Ii, Pope
GelleÉ, Claude Gemara Gemma Galgani
Genealogies, Biblical Genealogy of Christ General Absolution
General Assembly of the Church of the Living God General Association of the Presbyterian Church In General Chapter
General Chronology General Council General Eldership of the Churches of God in North
General Judgment General, Abbot Generation, Spontaneous
Genesareth Genesareth, Lake Of Genesis
Genesius of Arles, Saint Genesius of Clermont, Saint Bishop Genesius of Clermont, Saint Count
Genesius of Lyons, Saint Genesius of Rome, Saint Geneva, Robert Of
Geneva, Switzerland Genevieve, Saint Genoa, Catherine of, Saint
Genoa, Italy, Archdiocese Of Genoa, Italy, City Of Gentiles
Gentili, Aloysius Gentis Polonae Gloria Genuflectentes
Genuflection Geoffrey of Monmouth Geography
Geology Georg Ohm Georg Riemann
George Blackwell George Calvert George Camel

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