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“Catholic Protectory, which is under the care of the order established by him, may well be taken as indicative of the general plan of protectories or the ideals which they seek to attain.”
“I call Mangie to thank him for taking care of the room.”
“Another restriction of the powers of Propaganda effected by the new legislation was, that all matters appertaining to faith, the sacraments (particulariy matrimony), rites, and religious congregations — as such, even though they were exclusively devoted to the work of the missions — were assigned to the care of the respective congregations: those of the Holy Office, the Sacraments,”
““My guess is that he'll take care of Ragle, then come back for you.””
“A woman's heart is her major health threat, and everyone who takes care of a woman has to realize that, says Emory University cardiologist Dr. Nanette Wenger, who co-authored the report.”
“Nigritia, which was in the care of Austrian priests; apparently for this reason, when the Coptic Catholic hierarchy was restored in Egypt by Leo XIII (1895), the new patriarch and his suffragans placed themselves under the protection of Austria.”
“Founded at Turin in 1834 by the Marchesa Julia Falletti de Barolo for the care of children and the sick.”
“The care of the jails, up to the middle of the third century, was included among the duties of the triumviri capitales.”
“Henderson briefly considered calling Cutter and reporting the incident without opening the access door, but he decided that this was a perfect opportunity to take care of the matter himself.”
“The site of the first cathedral and at that time the only church in the city, a humble structure, is now occupied by the imposing St. Xavier's Church, accommodating over one thousand families, under the care of the Jesuit Fathers.”
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