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The Catholic Encyclopedia

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The Diocese of Aberdeen The University of Aberdeen The Legend of Abgar
The Abbey of Abingdon Thomas Abington The Abomination of Desolation
The Physical Effects of Abortion The Bosom of Abraham The Absolute
Theodore Abucara The Acacians The French Academy
The Archdiocese of Acerenza The Diocese of Achonry Theodore William Achtermann
The Diocese of Aci-Reale The Books of Adam The Archdiocese of Adelaide
The Diocese of Agen The Diocese of Alagoas The Albright Brethren
The Church of Alexandria The Diocese of Alexandria The Alexandrian Library
The Alexandrine Liturgy Thomas William Allies The Duke of Alva
Thaddeus Amat The Ambrosian Library The American College at Louvain
The South American College in Rome The American College in Rome The American Protective Association
The Diocese of Amida The Vicariate Apostolic of Amoy The Abbey of Ampleforth
The Anchor (As Symbol) Thomas Anderton The Angelicals
The Priory of Anglesea Timothy Warren Anglin The Anglo-Saxon Church
The Feast of the Annunciation The Orders of the Annunciation The Annunciation
Thomas Chisholm Anstey The Church of Antioch The Twelve Apostles of Erin
The Apostleship of Prayer The Apostolic Fathers The Apostolic See
The Apostolic Union of Secular Priests The Archdiocese of Aquila The Vicariate Apostolic of Arabia
The Monastic School of Aran The Commission of Sacred Arch&Aelig;Ology The Court of Arches
The Priory of Ardchattan The Diocese of Arequipa The Synods of Arles
The Spanish Armada The Book of Armagh The School of Armagh
Thomas Augustine Arne Thomas Arthur The Organic Articles
The Faculty of Arts The Seven Liberal Arts Thomas Arundel
Thomas Ashby The Ass (in Caricature of Christian Beliefs and Practices) The Feast of the Assumption

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The 1914 Catholic Encyclopedia was the most comprehensive resource on Catholic teaching, history, and information ever gathered in all of human history. Originally printed in fifteen hardcopy volumes, it covered science, literature, history, doctrine, saints, government, art and much more in the 11,000+ entries.

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