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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Martini, Martin Martinian, Saint Martinmas
Martyr Martyr d'Anghiera, Peter Martyr Dei Venantius
Martyr of God, Whose Strength Was Steeled Martyr, Edmund the, Saint Martyr, Edward the, Saint
Martyr, Justin, Saint Martyrdom, Instruments Of Martyrologies
Martyrs of Corfu Martyrs of Cuncolim Martyrs of Gorkum
Martyrs of Uganda Martyrs, Acts of The Martyrs, Carthusian
Martyrs, English Martyrs, Forty Martyrs, Irish
Mary Mary Anne de Paredes, Blessed Mary Guise
Mary Hardey Mary Magdalen De' Pazzi, Saint Mary Magdalen in Art
Mary Magdalen of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mary Magdalen Postel, Saint Mary Magdalen, Saint
Mary Magdalena Bentivoglio Mary Mediatrix Mary of Cleophas, Saint
Mary of Egypt, Saint Mary of the Gael Mary Sadlier
Mary Stuart Mary Tudor Mary's Lent
Mary, Children Of Mary, Little Company Of Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces
Mary, Name Of Mary, Psalter Of Mary, Society Of
Marygrove College Maryhelp Abbey Maryknoll
Maryknoll House of Studies Maryland Marymas
Marymount College Marywood University Masci, Girolamo
Maseru, Lesotho, Archdiocese Of Masonry Masons
Mass Mass Dials Mass of Requiem
Mass of the Pre-Sanctified Mass Penny Mass Priest
Mass, Chapter Mass, Children's Mass, Conventual
Mass, Cross Mass, Cursal Mass, Field
Mass, High Mass, Hunter's Mass, Low

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