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The Catholic Encyclopedia

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Ubaldo Giraldi Ubanghi Ubanghi-Chari
Uberaba Ubertino of Casale Ubiquitarians
Ucayali Uccello Ugolino Brunforte
Uhtred Ulfilas Ulick Joseph Bourke
Ulissi Aldrovandi Ulric Zasius Ulrich Ensingen
Ulrich of Bamberg Ulrich of Richenthal Ulrich Zell
Ulrich Zwingli Ultramontanism Unam Sanctam
Ungava Uniformity Acts Unigenitus
Union of Brest Union of Christendom Unions of Prayer
Unitarians United Sees of Macerata and Tolentino Unity (As a Mark of the Church)
Universalists Universals Universities
University College, Dublin University of AlcalÁ University of Angers
University of Avignon University of Barcelona University of Bonn
University of Bordeaux University of Caen University of Cambridge
University of Coimbra University of Cologne University of Copenhagen
University of Dillingen University of Fribourg (Switzerland) University of Granada
University of Graz University of Greifswald University of Heidelberg
University of Ingolstadt University of Leipzig University of Louvain
University of MÜNster University of Notre Dame University of Ottawa
University of Oxford University of Padua University of Palermo
University of Paris University of Pavia University of Perpignan
University of Perugia University of Pisa University of Prague
University of Rome University of Rostock University of Saint Andrews
University of Saint Mark University of Saint Thomas University of Salamanca

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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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