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  • 181 Grégoire, Henri — born Dec. 4, 1750, Vého, Lorraine, France died May 20, 1831, Paris French prelate who defended of the Constitutional Church in the French Revolution as well as the rights of Jews and blacks. Elected to the National Assembly (1789), he worked to… …

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  • 182 Opus Dei — (Latin; work of God ) Roman Catholic lay and clerical organization whose actions and beliefs have been both criticized and praised. Its members seek personal Christian perfection, strive to implement Christian ideals in their chosen occupations,… …

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  • 183 Camara, Helder Pessoa — ▪ 2000       Brazilian prelate (b. Feb. 7, 1909, Fortaleza, Braz. d. Aug. 27, 1999, Recife, Braz.), was one of the earliest campaigners for liberation theology, using his position of leadership in the Roman Catholic Church to urge the church not… …

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  • 184 Alaska — • The first knowledge of Alaska was acquired in 1741 through the expedition under Vitus Bering, a Dane in the Russian service, who sailed from Okhoysk Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Alaska     Alaska …

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  • 185 Carlisle — • The Catholic was smaller in extent than the present Anglican diocese, which was enlarged in 1856 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Carlisle     Carlisle      …

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  • 186 Chaldean Christians — • The name of former Nestorians now reunited with the Roman Church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chaldean Christians     Chaldean Christians      …

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  • 187 Ecclesiastical Addresses — • Rules as to what is fitting and customary in the matter of ecclesiastical correspondence Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ecclesiastical Addresses     Ecclesiastical Addresses …

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  • 188 Examination — • A process prescribed or assigned for testing qualification; an investigation, inquiry Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Examination     Examination      …

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  • 189 Familiars — • Strictly speaking, seculars subject to a master s authority and maintained at his expense. In canon law the term usually signifies seculars residing in monasteries and other religious houses, actually employed therein as servants and subject to …

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  • 190 Monsignor — • As early as the fourteenth century it was the custom to address persons high in rank or power with the title Monseigneur or Monsignore Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Monsignor     Monsignor …

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  • 191 Oporto — • Diocese in Portugal Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Oporto     Oporto     † Catholic Enc …

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  • 192 Praelatus Nullius — • A prelate who exercises quasi episcopal jurisdiction in a territory not comprised in any diocese Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Praelatus Nullius     Praelatus Nullius …

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  • 193 Scotland — • The northern portion of the Island of Great Britain Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Scotland     Scotland     † …

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  • 194 Tuam — • The Archdiocese of Tuam, the metropolitan see of Connacht, extends, roughly speaking, from the Shannon westwards to the sea, and comprises half of County Galway, and nearly half of Mayo, with a small portion of south Roscommon Catholic… …

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  • 195 Venezuela — • A republic formed out of the provinces which, under Spanish rule, constituted the captaincy general of the same name Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Venezuela     Venezuela   …

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  • 196 Archdiocese of Saint Louis (Missouri) —     St. Louis (Missouri)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Louis (Missouri)     (SANCTI LUDOVICI)     Created a diocese 2 July, 1826; raised to the rank of an archdiocese 20 July, 1847. It comprises that portion of the State of Missouri bounded… …

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  • 197 Catholic Indian Missions of Canada —     Catholic Indian Missions of Canada     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Catholic Indian Missions of Canada     The French discoverers of Canada did not fail to impress the aborigines they met with a vague idea of the religion they professed. Thus,… …

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  • 198 Cletus Joseph Benjamin — (May 2, 1909 April 15, 1961) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia from 1960 to 1961. Biography Cletus Benjamin was born in Old Forge, Pennsylvania, to Evan… …

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  • 199 Coronation of the Russian monarch — Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna in 1896 The Coronation of the Russian monarch was a religious ceremony of the Russian Orthodox Church, the state church of the Russian Empire, in which the Emperor of Russia (generally… …

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  • 200 Daniel Anthony Cronin — Styles of Daniel Cronin Reference style The Most Reverend Spoken style Your Excellency …

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