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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the Society of the Catholic Apostolate
  • n. A member of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate


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  • There's loads to do on and off shore, but don't miss Middle Lagoon and the pearl shell altar at the Sacred Heart Church, built by the Pallottine monks and the indigenous people of Beagle Bay in 1917. | Top Stories

  • When the nursing school first opened in 1926, students initially lived and studied in the hospital, which the Pallottine Sisters opened on Nov. 6, 1924.


  • Holy Ghost Fathers replaced German Pallottine Fathers in Cameroon.

    e. West Central Africa


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