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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of Catholicize.
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This is because a Catholicized society did not see life as the necessity to amass wealth, but as a period to accomplish the salvation of our soul.
He finds himself immersed in a world of transparently Catholicized heathenism--artifacts, practices, and beliefs whose pagan origins have been draped with the merest of fig leaves by centuries of village priests.
Thomas Morgan remained adamant that Mary Queen of Scots should be rescued, and England re-Catholicized.
Though these recensions of the "Acts of Peter" have been somewhat Catholicized, their Gnostic character is unmistakable, and they are of value for Gnostic symbolism.
With the exception of some Coptic translations and some expurgated or Catholicized Syriac versions, we possess only a number of fragments of what once must have formed a large library.
Palestine about A.D. 70, or by a Catholic at Rome about A.D. 90, or that it represents a "Catholicized Paulinism" of A.D. 140, or that it is a patchwork of homilies written soon after A.D. 120, are guesses which have been made but not substantiated.
Sounds a bit like a slightly-Catholicized, Aztecian version of the Hindu Kali.