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  • 81Early Symbols of the Eucharist —     Early Symbols of the Eucharist     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Early Symbols of the Eucharist     Among the symbols employed by the Christians of the first ages in decorating their tombs, those which relate to the Eucharist hold a place of the… …

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  • 82Mariyampil — Маріямпіль View of the Dnister from Marijampil …

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  • 83Epistemic theory of miracles — The epistemic theory of miracles is the name given by the philosopher William Vallicella to the theory of miraculous events given by St. Augustine and Baruch Spinoza. According to the theory, there are no events contrary to nature that is no… …

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  • 84Buddhism — Buddhist, n., adj. Buddhistic, Buddhistical, adj. Buddhistically, adv. /booh diz euhm, bood iz /, n. a religion, originated in India by Buddha (Gautama) and later spreading to China, Burma, Japan, Tibet, and parts of southeast Asia, holding that… …

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  • 85Cessationism versus Continuationism — is a Christian theological dispute concerned with the question whether the charismatic gifts are currently in operation. Contents 1 Problems in the dispute 2 Restrictions on the topics 3 Cessationist U …

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  • 86Mandrake Project — Performing live for A Miraculous Container, March 2009 Background information Origin Pittsburgh, PA, USA …

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  • 87supernatural — supernatural, supranatural, preternatural, miraculous, superhuman are overlapping rather than strictly synonymous terms whose meanings all involve a contrast with what is natural or, sometimes, normal or predictable. All, with the possible… …

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  • 88MIRACLE — Biblical Hebrew has no word corresponding to the English miracle. Occasionally, the Bible mentions wonders (peleʾ, niflaʾot) meaning miracles (Ex. 3:20; Josh. 3:5; Ps. 78:11; etc.), but the meaning of wonder is much broader than miracle. A… …

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  • 89Our Lady of Guadalupe — This article is about the Mexican icon. For the Spanish icon, see Our Lady of Guadalupe, Extremadura. Our Lady of Guadalupe Location Tepeyac, Mexico City, Mexico Date …

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  • 90G. I. Gurdjieff — Infobox Philosopher region = 20th century Mystic era = Esotericism color = #B0C4DE image caption = G.I. Gurdjieff name = George Ivanovich Gurdjieff birth = January 13, 1866? Alexandropol, Armenia death = October 29, 1949 American Hospital in… …

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  • 91Roman Catholic Mariology — This article is about Roman Catholic perspectives, and does not reflect the views of other segments of the Catholic Church such as Eastern Catholics. For general Christian views, see Mariology. A series of articles on Roman Catholic Mariology …

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  • 92Marinopol — Infobox Settlement official name = Marijampil native name = Маріямпіль imagesize = 250px image caption =View of the Dnister from Marijampil image shield = nickname = motto = mapsize = map caption = subdivision type = Country Oblast Raion… …

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  • 93Pilgrimages — • Journeys made to some place with the purpose of venerating it, or in order to ask there for supernatural aid, or to discharge some religious obligation. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pilgrimages     Pilgrimages …

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  • 94Glossolalia — is commonly called speaking in tongues . For other uses of speaking in tongues , see Speaking in Tongues (disambiguation).: Tongues redirects here. For the body part, see Tongue, for other uses, see Tongue (disambiguation). Glossolalia or… …

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  • 95Aaron's rod — refers to any of the staffs carried by Moses brother, Aaron, in the Old Testament. Along with Moses rod, Aaron s rod was endowed with miraculous power during the Plagues of Egypt which preceded the Exodus. Upon two occasions, however, the… …

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  • 96Miracle — For other uses, see Miracle (disambiguation). The Raising of Lazarus, (c. 1410) from the Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, Musée Condé, France. A miracle often denotes an event attributed to divine intervention. Alternatively, it may be an… …

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  • 97Fourth Way — For P.D. Ouspensky s book titled The Fourth Way see Fourth Way (book). For the jazz group, see The Fourth Way (band). In his early lectures G.I. Gurdjieff described his approach to self development as a Fourth Way. [P.D. Ouspensky (1949), In… …

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  • 98Catherine Labouré — Infobox Saint name=Catherine Labouré birth date=birth date |1806|5|2|mf=y death date=death date and age|1876|12|31|1806|5|2|mf=y feast day=27 November venerated in=Roman Catholicism imagesize= caption= birth place=Fain lès Moutiers, Burgundy,… …

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  • 99Immaculate Heart of Mary — For other uses, see Immaculate Heart of Mary (disambiguation). Typical image of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, featuring her floral heart. Note the Lily flowers, symbolizing her chastity and modesty. The Immaculate Heart of Mary originally The… …

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  • 100Audrey Santo — Audrey Marie Santo (December 19 1983 April 14, 2007), often referred to as Little Audrey by pilgrims to her home, was a young woman from Worcester, Massachusetts, United States, through whom miracles were said to have happened. [cite web url=http …

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