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Roman Catholic Church


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  • proper n. That part of the Christian churches in union with the pope in Rome.
  • proper n. The Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy


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  • He referred to the Roman Catholic Church as "an international child sex ring."

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  • The Latin Rite, which is the largest, is sometimes called the Roman Catholic Church, particularly by Protestants.

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  • The book's very title had already announced its to a Protestant shocking conclusion: that "searching the Scriptures," along with the Book of Common Prayer, would yield not the "obvious" conclusion--namely, that Protestantism was the way to go--but that the Scriptures themselves adequately demonstrated that the Roman Catholic Church was the one true church.

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  • The highest authority rests with the Church Jesus built, and the Roman Catholic Church is the only Church that traces directly back to Peter and the Apostles and believes the Eucharist is indeed the real Body and Blood of our Lord.

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  • When you have Bishops who are parading around like this, than the Roman Catholic Church is the last church that should be talking about schisms and heresies.

    Banning even the DISCUSSION of the Motu Proprio?

  • He said that the Roman Catholic Church is a greater threat to relationships than Facebook: "Religious bigotry has fuelled the fragmentation of societies, the increase in prejudice and reactionary thinking".

    The End of Civilization As We Know It

  • The Roman Catholic Church is a worldwide structure with more than a billion members.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Galileo's struggle with the Roman Catholic Church is a complicated story that is touched on only in passing in the exhibition, as well as in panels that serve as an exhibition postscript.

    What Galileo Saw

  • The truth is that since Devolution the Scottish branch of the Roman Catholic Church, which is more fundamentalist than most, has become more strident and outspoken in Scottish political life, in effect, dangerously seeking major influence within the Scottish Parliament.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The leaders of the Roman Catholic Church are the same people who point their fingers at the so-called Pagans and say their myths are full of baloney!

    Archive 2008-04-01


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