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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Magin CatalÁ Maginulf Magisterium
Magna Carta Magna, Cappa Magnae Deus Potentie
Magnanimity Magnificat, The Magnus, Olaus
Magog Maguire, John Aloysius Magus, Simon
Magyarok Vasarnapja Mahoney, Francis Sylvester Mai, Angelo
Maid of Kent Maier, Johann Maillard, Antoine Simon
Mailros, Chronica De Main Altar Maine
Maintenance, Church Maintenon, FranÇOise, Marquise De Mainz, Alban of, Saint
Mainz, Germany, City Of Mainz, Germany, Diocese Of Maisonneuve, Paul de Chomedey De
Maistre, Joseph Marie de, Count Maistre, Xavier De Maitland-Newcastle, Australia, Diocese Of
Majella, Gerard, Saint Majesty, Catholic Majordomo
Maker of All, Eternal King Maker of Man, Who From Thy Throne Malabar Rites
Malachias Malachy, Saint Malagrida, Gabriel
Malchus Maldonado, Juan Malebranche, Nicolas
Malediction Malice Mallard, Ernest FranÇOis
Mallinckrodt, Hermann Von Mallinckrodt, Pauline Von Mallory, Stephen Russell
Malmesbury, England Malory, Thomas Malpighi, Marcello
Malta Country Malta, Archdiocese Of Malta, Knights Of
Maltese Cross Malvinas Mambre, Vale Of
Mame, Alfred Henri Amand Mamertine Prison Mamertus, Saint
Mammon Man Man of Sin
Man of Sorrows Man, Son Of Manahen, Saint
Manasses Mance, Jeanne Manchester, New Hampshire, Diocese Of
Mandeville, Jean De Manes Mangalore, India, Diocese Of

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