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Word: catholic

Definition: (of likings and interests) universal; general; broad; including many different parts; wide-ranging liberal; Ex. catholic opinions/tastes

Sentences Containing 'catholic'

78.52% of its population is Roman Catholic.
and is considered to have conservative Catholic views.
Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church in Wilmington, Delaware.
Catholic Office for Emergency Relief and Refugees
Catholic religious orders are, historically, a category of Catholic religious institutes.
Catholic worship was sanctioned to be held at the Apinac church by the Catholic Church of France.
Forerunner of the Catholic Apostolic Church.
He also desegregated all Catholic hospitals in the archdiocese.
He is a Catholic priest of the Eparchy of Kothamangalam.
He is also a member of the Board of the Catholic Extension Society and the Catholic Mutual Relief Society.
He is an atheist, although reared as a Catholic.
He is currently the episcopal moderator for Catholic Health Services for the Florida Catholic Conference.
He was raised in the Catholic religion and graduated from Central Catholic High School.
He was raised Roman Catholic; he attended a Catholic school (St.
Her family was wealthy and devoutly Roman Catholic.
Her music in contemporary Catholic culture.
His parents were Irish Catholic immigrants.
It also publishes The Catholic Transcript.
It is a member of the Catholic Press Association.
It is here also, that St Edward's Catholic Primary School and Catholic Club are found.
It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Allentown.
It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mondovì.
List of Roman Catholic churches in Singapore
List of Roman Catholic dioceses in Ireland
Louis Catholic Cemetery, Louisville in 1867.
Louis Catholic church and an apartment building.
Michael serve the Roman Catholic population.
Monsignor Philip Hughes (1895-1967) was a Roman Catholic priest and Catholic ecclesiastical historian.
Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church
Patrick's Catholic Church provided the invocation.
People's Association for Catholic Germany
Peter's Roman Catholic Church (Manhattan)
Pulis is a Catholic and regularly attends church.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton
Roman Catholic Diocese of Santarém, Portugal
Saint George's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)
Sarkozy was, accordingly, raised Catholic.
She is a columnist with The Irish Catholic.
Some Catholic theologians compared him with Abaddon.
St Thomas More Catholic Elementary School
The building was renamed the Catholic Center.
The Cross points at the Catholic tradition of the City.
The Diocese has a total of 90 Catholic schools.
The French creole are predominately Catholic.
The trustees of the Catholic Mission were : Fr.
These include several Catholic churches such as St.
This was with an eye also to sectarian opponents, and in defense of the continuity of Catholic teaching and Catholic life.
Traina was born in Sicily, into a Catholic family.
What devils have possessed you to set you on against our Catholic faith?

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