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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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A Kempis, Thomas A Solis Ortus Cardine A.A.
A.B. A.C. A.D.
A.J. A.M. A.M.D.G.
A.P.A. A.R.M. A.S.C.
A.S.C.J. A.S.S.P. Aachen, Germany, City Of
Aachen, Germany, Diocese Of Aaron Aaron of Caerleon, Saint
Aaron, Rod Of Ab Apostolici Ab.
Abachum, Saint Abaght, Saint Abba Salama
Abban Abbe de Saint-Cyran Abbey of Saints Vincent and Anastasius
Abbey, Bath Abbey, Belmont Abbey, Benedictbeurn
Abbey, Boyle Abbey, Buckfast Abbey, Cerne
Abbey, Downside Abbey, Dunfermline Abbey, Evesham
Abbey, Farnborough Abbey, Faversham Abbey, Folkestone
Abbey, Fort Augustus Abbey, Fountains Abbey, Furness
Abbey, Glastonbury Abbey, Hagustald Abbey, Hexham
Abbey, Hextold Abbey, Holy Cross, Colorado Abbey, Holy Cross, Ireland
Abbey, Holyrood Abbey, Jedburgh Abbey, Kilwinning
Abbey, Kinloss Abbey, La Trappe Abbey, Maryhelp
Abbey, Mount Melleray Abbey, Mount Saint Joseph Abbey, New
Abbey, New Melleray Abbey, New Subiaco Abbey, Newbattle
Abbey, Newhouse Abbey, Peterborough Abbey, Quarr
Abbey, Ramsey Abbey, Ramsgate Abbey, Reading
Abbey, Rievaulx Abbey, Rufford Abbey, Saint Anselm's
Abbey, Saint Augustine Abbey, Saint Bede Abbey, Saint Benedict's, Kansas

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This dictionary contains not only definitions and explanations of every subject in Religion, Scripture, tradition, doctrine, morals, sacraments, rites, customs, devotions and symbolism, but also accounts of the Church in every continent, country, diocese; missions, notable Catholic centers, cities, and places with religious names; religious orders, church societies, sects and false religions. It has brief articles also on historical events and personages, on the Old Testament and New, and on popes, prelates, priests, men and women of distinction, showing what the Church has done for civilization and correcting many errors which have hitherto passed for history.

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