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Bible Encyclopedias

The Catholic Encyclopedia

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Methods of Abbreviation Moritz von Aberle Maria Gaetana Agnesi
Maria de Agreda Mary Aikenhead Mateo Aimerich
Michael &Amp; Nicetas Akominatos Military Order of AlcÁNtara Michael Alford
Manoel Alvarez Maria Antonio of Vicenza Missal of Arbuthnott
Mariano Armellino Master of Arts Martin Aspilcueta
Modern Diocese of Athens Mount Athos Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Michel Baius Mother Frances Mary Teresa Ball Matteo Bandello
Moral Aspect of Bankruptcy Moses Bar-Kepha Martin Del Barco Centenera
Martin de Barcos Matthew of Bassi Marco Battaglini
Michel Baudouin Mount of Beatitudes Martin Becan
Martin Behaim Medal of Saint Benedict Michel BenoÎT
Martin de Bervanger Manuscripts of the Bible Marcin Bielski
Marguerin de La Bigne Matthew Blastares Matteo Maria Boiardo
Marie Dominique Bouix Martin Bouquet Memorial Brasses
Michael John Brenan Maurice-Jean de Broglie Martin Bucer
Michelangelo Buonarroti Mary Joseph Butler Miguel Cabello de Balboa
Michael C&Aelig;Rularius Mario Di Calasio Military Order of Calatrava
Mount Calvary Melchior Cano Michaelangelo Morigi (Caravaggio)
Mathew Carey Mount Carmel Melchior Carneiro
Monastery of St. Catherine Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Mathias Chardon
Maurice Chauncy Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobio Salvatore Cherubini Michel-EugÈNe Chevreul
Martyrs in China Manuel Chysoloras Martin Van Cleef
Mathieu-Nicolas Poillevillain de ClÉManges Maurice Clenock Martin of Cochem
Mateo Realdo Colombo Martyrs of the Paris Commune Monastery of Corbie

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The 1914 Catholic Encyclopedia was the most comprehensive resource on Catholic teaching, history, and information ever gathered in all of human history. Originally printed in fifteen hardcopy volumes, it covered science, literature, history, doctrine, saints, government, art and much more in the 11,000+ entries.

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