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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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I Dwell a Captive in His Heart I H S I.B.V.M.
I.C. I.C.M. I.C.R.S.S.
I.H.M. I.M.C. I.N.R.I.
I.W.B.S. Ibar, Saint Iberius, Saint
Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur D' Iceland Icon
Iconoclasm Iconography, Christian Iconostasis
Icthus Idaho Idealism
Idolatry Ignatius de Azevedo, Blessed Ignatius Loyola, Saint
Ignatius of Antioch, Saint Ignatius of Constantinople, Saint Ignaz Philipp Semmelweiss
Ignazio Persico Ignorance Ihs
Il Sodoma Illegitimacy Illinois
Illinois Indians Illuminated Manuscripts Illuminati Bavarian
Illuminati Spanish Illuminative Way Illuminator, Gregory The
Illustris, Doctor Illyrian College Image of God
Images, Veneration Of Imagination Imbert, Lawrence Mary Joseph, Blessed
Imitation of Christ Immaculata College Immaculate Conception
Immaculate Conception Theological Seminary Immaculate Conception, Cathedral College of The Immaculate Conception, Column Of
Immaculate Conception, Feast of The Immaculate Conception, Scapular of The Immaculate Heart College
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Scapular of The Immanence Immanent Action
Immanuel Immense Caeli Conditor Immensity
Immersion Immortality Immunity of Clergy
Immuration Immutability Immutable
Impanation Impeccability Impedient Impediment
Impediment Impediment of Age Impediment of Orders

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