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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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JÁNos Hunyady J.C. J.C.D.
J.M.J. J.Ss.R. J.U.D.
J.U.L. Jaccard, Francis, Blessed Jackson, Mississippi, Diocese Of
Jacob Jacob's Well Jacobins
Jacopo Benedetti Jacopo Benedicti Jacopo Facciolati
Jacopone Da Todi Jacques Binet Jacques Bossuet
Jacques Brayas Jacques Broglie Jacques Buteux
Jacques Cartier Jacques Clement Jacques CrÉTineau-Joly
Jacques D'Euse Jacques de Brisay Jacques de Lamberville
Jacques Echard Jacques Emery Jacques Fremin
Jacques Marquette Jacques Migne Jacques MonsabrÉ
Jacques Ozanam Jaffna, Sri Lanka, Diocese Of Jahveh
Jahweh Jainism Jair
Jairus, Daughter Of Jakob Behmen Jakob Boehme
Jam Christus Astra Ascenderat Jam Morte Victor Obruta Jam Sol Recedit Igneus
Jam Toto Subitus Vesper Eat Polo Jamaica James Campbell
James Dana James Doyle James Fitton
James Gibbons James Hope-Scott James Hudson, Blessed
James Ii James Joule James Lainez
James Longstreet James Mangan James Maxwell
James Morison James Moyes James Northcote
James Nugent James of Viraggio, Blessed James Paget
James Randall James Robertson James Sands
James Simpson James the Greater, Saint James the Less, Saint

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