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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Entombment of Christ in Art Envoy Envy
Eoghan, Saint EpÉE, Charles Michel de L' Ep.
Epact Ephesians, Epistle to The Ephesus
Ephesus, Robber Council Of Ephesus, Third Council Of Ephod
Ephpheta Ephraem, Saint Ephraim
Ephraim, Tribe Of Ephrata Epicureanism
Epigonation Epikeia Epiklesis
Epimachus, Saint Epiphany, Feast of The Episc.
Episcopacy Episcopal Church in the United States of America Episcopal Cross
Episcopal Gloves Episcopal Sandals Episcopal See
Episcopalian Episcopus Castrensis Epistemology
Epistle Epistle of Saint James Epistle of Saint Jude
Epistle Side of Altar Epistle to the Colossians Epistle to the Ephesians
Epistle to the Galatians Epistle to the Hebrews Epistle to the Romans
Epistles of Saint Peter Epistles to the Corinthians Epistles, Captivity
Epistles, Catholic Epistles, Pastoral Epistolary
Epping, Joseph Epscop Alban Epternach, Abbey Of
Equatorial Nile, Central Africa, Prefecture Aposto Equivocation Er.Cam.
Era Erasmus Keyes Erasmus, Desiderius
Erasmus, Saint Erastianism Ercole Consalvi
Erdington Abbey, Birmingham, England Erie, Pennsylvania, Diocese Of Erin, the Twelve Apostles Of
Eriugena, John Scotus Ernakulam-Angamaly, India, Archdiocese Of Ernest Psichari
Error Esau Eschatology
Escobar Y Mendoza, Antonio Escobar, Marina de, Venerable Escolapios

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