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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.

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  • 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.

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  • Thomas Morgan remained adamant that Mary Queen of Scots should be rescued, and England re-Catholicized.

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  • 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.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • 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.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • 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.

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  • Sounds a bit like a slightly-Catholicized, Aztecian version of the Hindu Kali.

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