from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not Roman Catholic; not adhering to the Catholic religion.
- n. A person who is not a Roman Catholic.
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- n. a religious person who is not a Catholic
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The legal rights of non-catholic employees in publicly funded hospitals... or a 2000 year church doctrine.
My wife and I slept in the nude then, darkly conscious of our non-catholic ways but the shades of the flat were drawn against the church, against everyone peeking into our lives from the outside.
He found that the presence of a strong catholic alternative in your Ontario city improved outcomes of the non-catholic schools.
May 30th, 2008 5: 20 pm ET the catholic league protects free speech of catholics? then why is the president condemning a non-catholic for remarks by a cathloic priest? this is ridiculous.
If Notre Dame wants to stand up and be catholic they need to dismiss their non-catholic students, or at the very least the non-christian students, and let go of almost half of the faculty that is not catholic.
To call the confraternity "Lefebvrist" and non-catholic reflects one or other of these positions.
That is the same non-catholic nonsense that I and others like P.K.T.P. discussed with jordanes & alii days and weeks before.
Clearly, his priority is to prevent gays from marrying, even non-catholic ones.
And John, as we're watching this, walk us through what is going on, especially for the viewer who are non-catholic.
HARRIS: John, as a non-catholic, and let me ask a question that maybe other non-Catholics may be thinking as we watch this, maybe wondering, you know, what is it that the pope really, truly represents?
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