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The Catholic Encyclopedia

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The French Concordat of 1801 The Gallican Rite The Gunpowder Plot
The Hague The Heliand The High Priest
The Highest Good The Holy Grail The Holy Lance
The Holy Shroud (of Turin) The Hon. George Spencer The Incarnation
The Irish (in Countries Other Than Ireland) The Jesuits After the Restoration (1814-1912) The Jesuits During the Interim (1773-1814)
The Jordan The Kingdom of Bavaria The Knights Templars
The Lamb (in Early Christian Symbolism) The Last Supper The Law of Conservation of Energy
The Law of the Seal of Confession The Laws of Manu The League
The League of the Cross The Legend of Abgar The Leopoldine Society
The List of Popes The Logos The Lord's Prayer
The Machabees The Martyrs of Gorkum The Master of Liesborn
The Maurists The Military Orders The Monastic School of Aran
The Monk of Malmesbury The Name of Mary The Nature and Attributes of God
The Netherlands The New Testament The Nicene Creed
The Old Chapter The Old Testament The Oratory of Saint Philip Neri
The Orders of the Annunciation The Organic Articles The Oxford Movement (1833-1845)
The Passion of Christ in the Four Gospels The Physical Effects of Abortion The Pious Fund of the Californias
The Pious Society of Missions The Pope The Primer
The Priory of Anglesea The Priory of Ardchattan The Province of Quebec
The Pseudo-Hegesippus The Rambler The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist
The Reformation The Religion of Russia The Religion of Shakespeare
The Renaissance The Ring of the Fisherman The Rite of Constantinople
The Roman Congregations The Roman Rite The Rosary
The Royal Declaration The Royal Veto The Rule of Faith

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Containing 11,511 entries cross-referenced and cross-linked to other resources on StudyLight.org, this resource can be classified as a required reference book for any good study library.

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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the Week of Proper 27 / Ordinary 32
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