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  • 41 Eucharistic Congresses — • Gatherings of ecclesiastics and laymen for the purpose of celebrating and glorifying the Holy Eucharist and of seeking the best means to spread its knowledge and love throughout the world Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Eucharistic… …

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  • 42 Galileo Galilei —     Galileo Galilei     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Galileo Galilei     Generally called GALILEO. Born at Pisa, 15 February, 1564; died 8 January, 1642.     His father, Vincenzo Galilei, belonged to a noble family of straitened fortune, and had… …

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  • 43 Gregory I —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 44 Pope St. Gregory I (the Great) —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 45 St. Gregory the Great —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 46 French States-General — In France under the Ancien Regime, the States General or Estates General (French: états généraux ), was a legislative assembly (see The States) of the different classes (or estates) of French subjects. It owed its origin to the same causes which… …

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  • 47 Lord Chancellor — For other uses, see Lord Chancellor (disambiguation). Not to be confused with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain …

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  • 48 Canons and Canonesses Regular — • According to St. Thomas Aquinas, a canon regular is essentially a religious cleric Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Canons and Canonesses Regular     Canons and Canonesses Regular …

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  • 49 French Revolution — • A view of its effect on the Church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. French Revolution     French Revolution     † …

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  • 50 Ordeals — • A means of obtaining evidence by trials, through which the guilt or innocence of an accused person was supposedly established Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ordeals     Ordeals …

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  • 51 Ecclesiastical Seminary —     Ecclesiastical Seminary     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Seminary     I. TERMINOLOGY     The word seminary (Fr. séminaire, Ger. Seminar) is sometimes used, especially in Germany, to designate a group of university students devoted …

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  • 52 Revolutionary —     French Revolution     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► French Revolution     The last thirty years have given us a new version of the history of the French Revolution, the most diverse and hostile schools having contributed to it. The philosopher,… …

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  • 53 Ecclesiastical Judge — An Ecclesiastical Judge (in Latin Judex or Iudex Ecclesiasticus ) is an ecclesiastical person who possesses ecclesiastical jurisdiction either in general or in the strict sense. Catholic canon lawThe official body appointed by the qualified… …

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  • 54 Art of El Greco — El Greco (1541 1614) was a prominent painter, sculptor and architect of the Spanish Renaissance. He developed into an artist so unique that he belongs to no conventional school. His dramatic and expressionistic style was met with puzzlement by… …

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  • 55 cardinal — cardinally, adv. cardinalship, n. /kahr dn l/, adj. 1. of prime importance; chief; principal: of cardinal significance. 2. of the color cardinal. n. 3. Rom. Cath. Ch. a high ecclesiastic appointed by the pope to the College of Cardinals and… …

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  • 56 Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… …

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  • 57 America — • Consists of three main divisions: North America, Central America, and South America Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. America     America      …

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  • 58 Biology — • The science on life and living organisms Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Biology     Biology     † …

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  • 59 Louis XIV — • King of France, b. at Saint Germain en Laye, 16 September, 1638; d. at Versailles, 1 September, 1715; was the son of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, and became king, upon the death of his father, 14 May 1643 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight …

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  • 60 Ecclesiastical Judge —     Ecclesiastical Judge     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Judge     (JUDEX ECCLESIASTICUS)     An ecclesiastical person who possesses ecclesiastical jurisdiction either in general or in the strict sense (see JURISDICTION) The official …

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