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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Interest, Legal Interims International Catholic Truth Society
International Holiness Church International Order of Odd Fellows Internuncio
Interpretation of Dreams Intinctio Panis Intolerance
Intransigeance Introduction to the Devout Life Introduction, Biblical
Introit Intrusion Inventor Rutili Dux Bone Luminis
Inventory of Church Property Investiture Invicte Martyr, Unicum
Invitatory Inward Grace Iona
Iona, Ronan of, Saint Ionic Order Iowa
Iowa Synod Ira Justa Conditoris Iran
Iraq Ireland Ireland, Catholic University Of
Ireland, Clement of, Saint Ireland, John Irenaeus, Saint
Irene, Sister Iringa, Tanzania, Diocese Of Irish College of Lisbon
Irish College of Louvain Irish College, Rome Irish Colleges On the Continent
Irish Ecclesiastical Record Irish Emigrant Society Irish Hedge-Schools
Irish Martyrs Irish Sisters of Charity Iron Crown of Lombardy
Irregularity Irremovability Irvingites
Isaac Isaac Barrow Isaac Hecker
Isaac Henderson Isaac Jogues, Blessed Isaac Newton
Isabel, Saint Isabella I Isabella the Catholic
Isaiah Isaias Iscariot, Judas
Ishmael Isidore of Seville, Saint Isidore the Laborer, Saint
Isidorian Rite Isla de Los Apostolos Islam
Islamabad-Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Diocese Of Islands, Philippine Isle of the Apostles
Islip, Simon Ismael Ismaelites

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