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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Omniscience Omophorion Onanism
Once in Royal David's City Onesimus Onias
Onitsha, Nigeria, Archdiocese Of Only Begotten Son Onolatry
Ontologism Open Brethren Opes Decusque Regium Reliquetas
Opinion Optatus, Saint Optimism
Opus Operatum Oracle - Communication Oracle - Garment
Orange, California, Diocese Of Orange, Council Of Orangemen
Orans Orante Orate Fratres
Orate Fratres (2) Oratorians Oratorio
Oratory Oratory of Saint Philip Neri Ord.Fratr.Praed.
Ord.Praem. Ordeals Order
Order de Santiago de La Espada Order of Aviz Order of Calced Carmelites
Order of Canons Regular of PrÉMontrÉ Order of Citeaux Order of Clerks Regular
Order of Discalced Carmelites Order of Fontevrault Order of Friars Minor
Order of Friars Minor Capuchins Order of Friars Minor Conventuals Order of Friars Preachers
Order of Knights of Saint Gregory Order of Minims Order of Our Lady of Bethlehem
Order of Our Lady of Mercy for the Ransom of Capti Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Order of Pius Ix
Order of Preachers Order of Reformed Cistercians of Our Lady of La Tr Order of Saint Benedict
Order of Saint Dominic Order of Saint James of Compostela Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem
Order of Saint Saviour Order of Saint Sylvester Order of Servants of Mary
Order of the Annunziata Order of the Golden Militia Order of the Golden Spur
Order of the Holy Ghost Order of the Knights of Christ Order of the Mass
Order of the Most Holy Trinity Order of the Presentation Order of the Servants of the Sick
Order of the Visitation Order, Camaldolese Order, Carmelite

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