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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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G.N.S.H. Gabbatha Gabriel Biel
Gabriel Dabree Gabriel Daniel Gabriel Deshayes
Gabriel Dreuillets Gabriel Druillettes Gabriel Garcia Moreno
Gabriel Lalemant, Blessed Gabriel Malagrida Gabriel Possenti, Saint
Gabriel Richard Gabriel Taurin Dufresse, Blessed Gabriel the Archangel
Gabriello Condulmaro Gabriello Condulmerio Gabriello Fallopio
Gad Gadarn, Derfel Gaels
Gaeta, Giovanni De Gaetani, Benedetto Gaetano Sanseverino
Gaetano, Saint Gagelin, Francis Isidore, Saint Gaius Valerius Galerius Maximinus
Gal, Saint Galatians, Epistle to The Galerius, Valerius Maximianus
Galesians Galgani, Gemma Galilean
Galilee Galilee Porch Galilee, Sea Of
Galilei, Galileo Galileo Galilei Galitzin, Elizabeth
Gall, Saint Galla Placidia Galle, Ceylon, Diocese Of
Gallia Christiana Gallican Articles Gallican Liberties
Gallican Rite Gallicanism Gallicanus, Saint
Gallienus, Publius Licinius Egnatius Gallio Gallitzin, Demetrius Augustine
Galloway, Scotland, Diocese Of Gallup, New Mexico, Diocese Of Gallwey, Peter
Galvani, Luigi Galveston, Texas, Diocese Of Galway, Ireland, Diocese Of
Gama, Vasco Da Gamaliel Gambling
Gaming Gandolfo, Castel Gang Days
Garcia Moreno, Gabriel Garcia, Gonsalo, Saint Garden of Eden
Garden of the Soul Gardiner, German, Blessed Garesche, Julius Peter
Gargoyle Garland Garneau, FranÇOis Xavier

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