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Brewer's: Catholic

(The). ?Catholicus,? a title inherited by the King of Spain; as the monarch of England is entitled ?Fidei Defensor,? and the King of France was styled ?Christianissimus.? (See page 228,?

Catholic Saints

/*-->*/ The Roman Catholic Church recognizes more than 10,000 saints. Can you name just ten based on their qualities?

Roman Catholic Pontiffs

Here is a list of all the popes, from St. Peter to Francis I. Reigned Name Birthplace From To St. Peter Bethsaida 42? 67? St. Linus Tuscia c. 67 76 St?

Brewer's: Catholic Association

(The), 1756. The first Catholic Association was formed for the purpose of obtaining relief from disabilities. In 1760 the association was re-established on a more representative basis, but?

Brewer's: Catholic Church

(The). The Church considered as a whole, as distinguished from parish churches. When the Western Church broke off from the Eastern, the Eastern Church called itself the Orthodox Church,?

Brewer's: Catholic Epistles

(The) of the New Testament are those Epistles not addressed to any particular church or individual. Conventionally they are seven- viz. 1 James, 2 Peter, 1 Jude, and 3 John; but 2 John is?

Brewer's: Catholic King

(The) or His Catholic Majesty. A title given by the Pope to Ferdinand, King of Aragon (1452, 1474-1516), for expelling the Moors from Spain. This was about as unwise as the revocation of?

Brewer's: Catholic League

(The), 1614. A confederacy of Catholics to counter-balance the Evangelic League (q.v.) of Bohemia. The two Leagues kept Germany in perpetual disturbance, and ultimately led to the Thirty?

Brewer's: Catholic Majesty

759. A title given by Gregory III. to Alfonso I., King of Asturias. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Catholic ReliefCatholic League A B C D E F G H I?

Brewer's: Catholic Relief

(See Catholic Association.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Catholic RentCatholic Majesty A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W?