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  • Italian · Spanish · Others Timeline History of the Catholic Church Catechism of the Catholic Church Compendium · Simplified · Baltimore Catechism Codex
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  • be termed "Roman Catholics" or simply "Catholics". Historically speaking, the word "Catholic" has always been applied to the Church (it means "universal")
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  • Introduction of Chanting (later termed Gregorian Chanting) into the Catholic church services. Western Music then started becoming more of an art form with
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  • The language was extended beyond the limits of the empire by the Catholic Church, which chose it to preach to Indians in the Andes area. It has, along
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  • During this period of European history, the Catholic Church, which had become rich and powerful, came under scrutiny. For over a thousand years the Christian
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  • This is a study guide for the history of the Roman Catholic Church. 1.Sources of history Books: both by those "participating" in history, and those
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  • a Biblical Worldview and those who hold to the historically traditional Church view. In both cases, Biblical writings are considered to be absolute truth
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  • subject of Ecclesiatical Latin, in the form in current use by the Catholic Church. As such, it is not a primer on Classical Latin. These two idioms of
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  • The four attributes of the Catholic Church are: it is One, Holy, Catholic (universal), and Apostolic.[1] There is One God in three Divine Persons: the
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  • assembled body of Catholic believers, the Roman Catholic Church. In common with most other Christian communities the Roman Catholic Church professes belief
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  • pronunciation of ecclesiastical or ‘Church’ Latin, which is still the official liturgical language of the Catholic Church. Desiring uniformity, this Italian
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  • of the known world. The ruler of the Catholic Church was called the Pope. The Pope was decided by Catholic Church members and officials. Since almost everyone
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  • era of unquestionable power, prestige and predominance for the Roman Catholic Church in Western Europe. Life in this era for the great majority of Europeans
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  • to have a male heir, he founded the Anglican Church in England and broke away from the Catholic Church. After Henry married Catherine of Aragon, she
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  • Latin phonology remains alive today, in institutions such as the Roman Catholic Church; this system is known as ecclesiastical Latin. The Roman alphabet has
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  • John Gogarty. Joyce uses it as a continued satirical comment on the Catholic church by having Mulligan sing, who has taken on the voice of the maudlin
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  • the human person. – Catechism of the Catholic Church In addition to personal purity and modesty, the Catholic Church teaches that Christian purity requires
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  • bound to keep, and no one has called for the money. It was the holy Catholic Church that changed the day of rest from Saturday, the seventh day, to Sunday
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  • associated with the Roman Catholic Church; inquiring at the local Catholic diocese is a good way of finding a teacher. Catholic teachers usually call the
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  • catholicam et apostolicam ecclesiam     (Latin) and [in] one holy catholic and apostolic church. These words are taken from the Nicene Creed, part of the Ordinary
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