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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of Catholicise.


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  • He extended the control of the Catholic church over previously non-Catholic or pagan parts of Europe but the people who became Catholicised (or Christianised) didn't exactly have much choice in the matter.

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  • "There exists a very rare Anglican Usage Rite, essentially a Catholicised Book of Common Prayer."

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