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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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  • Solemnly magnificent, every brilliant detail symbolically picturing the holy history of the Roman Catholic Church in the inexorable progress of its immense structure, which rises from the rock of Peter, with its beacons of faith and devotion piercing the fog of doubt and fear which surround the world and the worldly, was the ceremony yesterday at the Cathedral of St. Vibiana, whereby Bishop John J. Cantwell was installed in his diocese of Monterey and Los Angeles.

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  • In other words, is the nature of the Roman Catholic Church such that it needs our support as a Eucharistie people?


  • States, Vol. V, p. 305): "They [the Knownothings] revived the bitter spirit of intolerance against the Roman Catholic Church such as ten years before had been shown in the riots of Charlestown and

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  • Ralph Raoul, Cardinal de Bricassart has had a long and illustrious association with the Roman Catholic Church in Australia, extending from his arrival as a newly ordained priest in July 1919 to his departure for the Vatican in March 1938.

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  • If what you say is true, then the highest temple of the Roman Catholic Church would be St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican in Rome.

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  • The anger of the positivists against universities and the Roman Catholic Church can be understood in the light of the experience of Domingos Guedes



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