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  • The Scottish Reformers, who had formed a great league which they called The Congregation of the Lord, secretly represented to Elizabeth that, if the reformed religion got the worst of it with them, it would be likely to get the worst of it in

    A Child's History of England

  • The Scottish Reformers, who had formed a great league which they called The Congregation of the Lord, secretly represented to Elizabeth that, if the reformed religion got the worst of it with them, it would be likely to get the worst of it in England too; and thus, Elizabeth, though she had a high notion of the rights of Kings and Queens to do anything they liked, sent an army to Scotland to support the Reformers, who were in arms against their sovereign.

    A child`s history of England

  • The Congregation is now working on the document that will include a résumé of the life of Cardinal Newman and the miraculous cure attributed to this Servant of God of Jack Sullivan, a Permanent Deacon from the Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts.

    Cardinals Approve Miracle for Newman Beatification

  • He runs an office that is the called the Congregation for the Doctrine and the Faith, which is a historical successor of the Inquisition.

    CNN Transcript Apr 8, 2005

  • The name Congregation of the Mission indicates their first and chief object.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • VI, following this custom, on the occasion of the revolutionary conditions of France in 1793, established a congregation of this kind, which he called the Congregation for the Ecclesiastical Affairs of France (Congregatio super negotiis ecclesiasticis regni

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Rabbi Levine started his career at what was then known as Congregation B'nai Jacob in Washington in 1951.

    Patricia C. Gregory-Lynch; Reuben R. Levine; Suzanne S. Jacobsen; John J. 'Jack' Hughes

  • On the wall facing the Congregation was a giant Menorah, a 7-branched candelabrum.

    Is That Legal?: A Sign of Hope

  • He worked first as the secretary for the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith -- today called the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples -- before serving as the president of the Pontifical Councils Cor Unum and Justice and Peace.

    Archive 2008-05-11

  • And second, the recent totalitarian turn in the Church flies in the face of the whole notion of Congregation, which is and must be central to religion.

    Ferule & Fescue

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