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  • He began to check Catholic church after Catholic church, until at Dornoch he found that Sean had been sighted at mass the evening before.

    Death of a Scriptwriter

  • Zoe turned as she walked, gazing up at thisEgyptian structure taking pride of place in front of the biggest Catholic church in the world.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • A couple of blocks away, Church of the Transfiguration, the oldest Catholic church building in New York and the largest Chinese Catholic church in America today, has run its own Chinese school for more than fifty years.

    American Chinatown

  • ‘On the first ocasion that Uncle William experienced this distressing phenomenon,’ said Mr Campion, deliberately ignoring the last part of the Inspector’s remark, ‘he found himself standing outside the Roman Catholic church with a glass in his hand.

    Police at the Funeral

  • After the suitable mourning period, she and Rossetti were quietly married at the Catholic church in Bexley-heath.

    The Wayward Muse

  • The late Mark Hanna, the shrewdest and most far-seeing man that Big Business ever brought into power, said that in twenty years there would be two parties in America, a capitalist and a socialist; and that it would be the Catholic church that would save the country from Socialism.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • Over two thousand parishioners stood in line to pay their final respects at La Placita, the oldest Catholic church in Los Angeles.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • Catholic church provinces were erected 16 July, 1821: the Archdiocese of Gnesen-Posen, with the suffragan Diocese of Culm; and the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Standing on the black-and-white chequered floor and looking around at this tiny parish church of St Mary Magdalene, it seems at first glance to be fairly typical of a Catholic church of its time and place.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Philastrius, an Italian bishop, who lived in the latter part of the fourth century, in a work on Heresy says, “It was determined by the apostles and their successors, that nothing should be read in the Catholic church but the law, prophets, evangelists,” &c. —

    The Canon of the Old and New Testaments Ascertained, or The Bible Complete without the Apocrypha and Unwritten Traditions.


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