Words and phrases that have a meaning related to catholic:   (445 results)

Often used in the same context:
catholic church, christian, catholicism, protestant, anglican, roman catholicism, pius v, augustinian, oblates, apostolic, ecclesia, franciscan order, ecclesiastical, baptist, priest, jesuits, vicariate, diocese, evangelic, benedictines, laity, chrysostom, catechist, christianity, presbyterian, caritas, passionist, baptist church, bishop, sulpician, church, ecclesiastics, episcopacy, presbyters, schismatics, ecclesiology, eucharist, nuns, lutheranism, convent, tridentine, calvinistic, prelature, roman catholic, archbishop, foundress, parishes, thomism, seminarian, franciscans, norbertine, angelic doctor, piarist, pentecostal, parish, trinitarian, mater dolorosa, charism, theology, catechetical instruction, seminaries, carmelite order, melkite, ecumenical, orangeism, catechesis, saints, eparchy, ignatius loyola, st. brigid, hierarchs, christology, apostolate, clericalism, canonist, moslem, holy eucharist, methodist, liturgy, saint ignatius, priestly, theological, ecumenism, uniate, pontifical, patriarchates, mithraic, catechizing, duns scotus, parrish, uniate church, abbeys, conciliar, euphrasia, cistercians, legate, catholicity, jesus christ, muslim, confraternities, papal infallibility, magisterium, lutheran, catholics, buddhist, protestants, anglicans, believers, calvinist, christians, churchmen, hindu, jew, socialist, evangelical, jewish, noncatholic, mormon, monophysite, francophone, nonchristian, shi'i, filipino, fundamentalist, nonconformist, afrikaner

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anglican catholic, greek catholic, roman catholic, starets, uniat, uniate

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., acolyte, ambrose, anagnost, angelus, angelus bell, anglican catholic, anglo-catholicism, anointing of the sick, antonio ghislieri, apostle of germany, apostolic delegate, aquinas, assumption, assumption of mary, athanasius, athanasius the great, augustine, augustine of hippo, augustinian, august 15, austin friar, baeda, basil, basilica, basil of caesarea, basil the great, battle of langside, beatification, beatified, becket, beda, bede, beguine, benedictine order, bilocation, biretta, bishop of rome, blackfriar, black friar, blessed, boniface, breviary, brother, bruno, byzantine church, canon, canonical hour, canonisation, canonise, canonization, canonize, capital of italy, cardinal, carmelite, carmelite order, carthusian order, catholicism, catholicity, catholic pope, catholic school, chesterton, christendom, church father, circumcision, college of cardinals, commune, communicate, confess, confession, conversion, cornelis jansen, cornelius jansenius, council of trent, counter reformation, cross oneself, curia, dean, december 8, devoutly, divine office, doctor, doctor of the church, domestic prelate, domingo de guzman, dominic, dominican, dominican order, doorkeeper, dormition, douay-rheims bible, douay-rheims version, douay bible, douay version, drogheda, eastern catholicism, eastern church, elizabeth, elizabeth i, encyclical, encyclical letter, errancy, eternal city, eusebius hieronymus, eusebius sophronius hieronymus, exorcist, extreme unction, father, father brown, father of the church, feast of dormition, feast of the circumcision, franciscan, franciscan order, francis of assisi, friar preacher, g. k. chesterton, gilbert keith chesterton, giovanni di bernardone, gradual, graham greene, gray friar, greene, gregorian, gregorian chant, gregory, gregory i, gregory nazianzen, gregory of nazianzen, gregory the great, henry graham greene, henry viii, heretic, hieronymus, high anglicanism, high anglican church, high church, holy father, holy see, holy year, humeral veil, hus, huss, ignatius of loyola, immaculate conception, inquisition, intercommunion, interdict, internuncio, italian capital, jansen, jansenism, january 1, jan hus, jerome, jesuit order, john chrysostom, john huss, john rock, john wickliffe, john wiclif, john wyclif, john wycliffe, kiss of peace, langside, lapsed, last rites, lector, little office, loyola, mary queen of scots, mary stuart, mass, mass card, misbeliever, missal, monsignor, monstrance, nestorianism, nihil obstat, non-catholic, none, novena, nuncio, old catholic church, orange group, order of our lady of mount carmel, order of saint benedict, ostiarius, ostiary, ov, padre, pallium, papacy, papal infallibility, papal nuncio, papist, paternoster, pax, penance, penitent, pius v, placebo, plainchant, plainsong, pontiff, pontificate, pope, popery, postulator, prayer beads, probabilism, probabilistic, procreate, protestantism, protestant reformation, provincial, purgatory, puritanism, reader, red hand defenders, reformation, religious outcast, rhd, rheims-douay bible, rheims-douay version, rock, roma, roman, romanism, roman catholic, roman catholicism, roman catholic pope, rome, rosary, rota, sacrament, sacred college, saint, saint ambrose, saint athanasius, saint augustine, saint baeda, saint beda, saint bede, saint boniface, saint bruno, saint dominic, saint francis, saint francis of assisi, saint gregory i, saint ignatius of loyola, saint jerome, saint thomas, saint thomas aquinas, saint thomas a becket, seminarian, seminarist, sister, society of jesus, solemnity of mary, soutane, spiritual bouquet, st. ambrose, st. athanasius, st. augustine, st. baeda, st. basil, st. basil the great, st. beda, st. bede, st. boniface, st. bruno, st. dominic, st. francis, st. francis of assisi, st. gregory i, st. gregory of nazianzen, st. ignatius of loyola, st. jerome, st. john chrysostom, st. thomas, st. thomas aquinas, st. thomas a becket, state of the vatican city, stations, stations of the cross, subdeacon, sursum corda, the holy see, the venerable bede, thomas aquinas, thomas a becket, transubstantiation, ultramontane, ultramontanism, vatican, vatican palace, veil, vicar, vicar-general, vicar apostolic, vicar of christ, vulgate, white friar, wickliffe, wiclif, winfred, wyclif, wycliffe, wynfrith

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