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Dieses englischsprachige Wörterbuch zum Katholizismus ist zwar kein etymologisches Wörterbuch. Aber man findet hier zu vielen Begriffen Hinweise zum historischen Hintergrund bestimmter Ereignisse und damit verbunden auch Hinweise zu bestimmten Bezeichnungen, die Ihren Sinn nur aus dem religiösen Kontext und auf dem Hintergrund der lateinischen Sprache oder als Eponym erhalten. Die Zielsetzung liegt also zwar außerhalb der Etymologie, aber zu vielen Begriffen und Redewendungen kann man hier erhellende Hintergrundinformationen erhalten. Also findet es seinen Platz im Etymologie-Portal.

This is the online version of the Catholic Encyclopedia. The site offers access to about 8,700 transcribed articles, taken from the 1907-1912 print version. The remaining 3,000 articles are continuously being added.

An international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline, and history of the catholic church. Ed. by Charles G. Herbermann et.al. New York: Appleton 1907-13.


The Catholic Encyclopedia, as its name implies, proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Catholic interests, action and doctrine. What the Church teaches and has taught; what she has done and is still doing for the highest welfare of mankind; her methods, past and present; her struggles, her triumphs, and the achievements of her members, not only for her own immediate benefit, but for the broadening and deepening of all true science, literature and art - all come within the scope of the Catholic Encyclopedia. It differs from the general encyclopedia in omitting facts and information which have no relation to the Church. On the other hand, it is not exclusively a church encyclopedia, nor is it limited to the ecclesiastical sciences and the doings of churchmen. It records all that Catholics have done, not only in behalf of charity and morals, but also for the intellectual and artistic development of mankind. It chronicles what Catholic artists, educators, poets, scientists and men of action have achieved in their several provinces. In this respect it differs from most other Catholic encyclopedias. The Editors are fully aware that there is no specifically Catholic science, that mathematics, physiology and other branches of human knowledge are neither Catholic, Jewish, nor Protestant; but when it is commonly asserted that Catholic principles are an obstacle to scientific research, it seems not only proper but needful to register what and how much Catholics have contributed to every department of knowledge.
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Guglielmo | Agnellus of Pisa, Blessed - Founder of the English Franciscan Province (1195-1236) | Agnellus, Andreas, of Ravenna | Agnes of Assisi, Saint | Agnes of Bohemia, Blessed | Agnes of Montepulciano, Saint | Agnes of Prague, Blessed | Agnes of Rome, Saint and Martyr | Agnesi, Maria Gaetana | Agnetz | Agnoetae | Agnosticism | Agnus Dei | Agnus Dei (in Liturgy) | Agony, Archconfraternity of Holy | Agonistici | Agony of Christ | Agostini, Paolo - Italian composer (1593-1629) | Agostino Novello, Blessed | Agoult, Charles Consstance César Joseph Matthieu d' | Agra | Agram | Agrapha | Agrarianism | Agreda, Maria de - Franciscan mystic (1602-1665) | Agria | | Agricola, George | Agricola, Rudolph | Agrippa of Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius | Agrippinus | Aguas Calientes | Aguirre, Joseph Saenz de | Ahicam | Ahriman and Ormuzd | Aiblinger, Johann Caspar | Aichinger, Gregor | Aidan of Lindisfarne, Saint | Aiguillon, Duchess of | Aikenhead, Mary | Ailbe, Saint - Irish bishop (d. 527) | Ailleboust, Family of d' | Ailly, Pierre d' | Aileran, Saint - Irish professor (d. 664) | Aimerich, Mateo - Spanish Jesuit philologist (1715-1799) | Aire - Diocese in France | Airoli, Giacomo Maria - Jesuit Orientalist and Scriptural commentator (1660-1721) | Aisle - Architectural term | | Ajaccio, Diocese of | Akathistos | Akhmin | Alabama | Alabanda - Titular see | Alabaster | Alagoas - South American diocese | Alagona, Pietro - Theologian (1549-1624) | Alain de l'Isle - Monk and philosopher (1128-1203) | Alalis - Titular see of Phoenicia | Alaman, Lucas - Mexican statesman and historian (1792-1853) | Alamanni, Niccolò - Roman antiquary (1583-1626) | Alan of Walsingham - Architect (d. 1364) | Alanus de Rupe - Dominican promoter of the Rosary (1428-1475) | Alarcón, Pedro Antonio de - Spanish novelist and poet (1833-1891) | Alaska | Alatri | Alb | Alba Pompeia, Diocese of | Alban, Saint | Albanenses | Albani | Albania | Albano | Albany | Albenga | Albergati, Niccolo | Alberic of Monte Cassino | Albero de Montreuil | Alberoni, Giulio | Albert, Bishop of Riga | Albert, Blessed (Patriarch of Jerusalem) | | Albert Berdini of Sarteano, Blessed | Albert of Brandenburg | Albert of Castile | Albert of Saxony | Albert of Stade - 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Converted Spanish Rabbi (d. 1531) | Alfonso of Burgos | Alford, Michael | Alfred the Great - King of the West Saxons (849-899) | Alfrida, Saint - Eighth-century virgin and recluse | Alfwold, Saint - English bishop (d. 1058) | Alger of Liége - French priest (1055-1132) | Alghero | Algiers | Algonquins | Alife | Alighieri, Dante | Alimony | Aliturgical Days | All Hallows College | All Saints' Day | All Souls' Day | Allah | Allahabad | Allard, Paul - Archaeologist and historian (b. 1841) | Allatius, Leo | Allegranza, Joseph | Allegri, Antonio | Allegri, Gregorio | Alleluia | Allemand, Jean | Allen, Edward Patrick | Allen, Frances | Allen, George | Allen, John - Archbishop of Dublin | Allen, John - English martyr | Allen, William | Allerstein, August | Alliance, Holy | Allies, Thomas William | Allioli, Joseph Franz | Allison, William | Allocution | Allori | Allot, William - English priest | Allouez, Claude - Jesuit missionary and explorer (1620-1689) | Alma | Alma Redemptoris Mater | Almagro, Diego de | Almedha, Saint | Almeida, John - Jesuit missionary (1571-1653) | Almeria | Almici, Camillo - Italian Oratorian priest (1714-1779) | Almond, John - English Cistercian and Confessor the Faith (d. 1585) | Almond, John, Venerable - English priest and martyr (1577-1612) | Almond, Oliver - Sixteenth-century English priest and writer | Alms and Almsgiving | Alnoth, Saint - Hermit and martyr (d. 700) | Alogi | Aloysius Gonzaga, Saint | Alpha and Omega (in Scripture) | Alpha and Omega | Alphabet, Christian Use of the | Alphege, Saint | Alphonsus Liguori, Saint | Alphonsus Rodriguez, Saint | Alpini, Prospero - Physician and botanist (1553-1617) | Alsace-Lorraine | Altamirano, Diego Francisco | Altamura and Acquaviva | Altar Bell | Altar Breadboxes | Altar Breads | Altar Candles | Altar Candlesticks | Altar Canopy | Altar Cards | Altar Carpets | Altar Cavity | Altar Cloths | Altar Crucifix | Altar Curtain | Altar, Double | Altar Frontal | Altar, High | Altar Horns | Altar Lamp | Altar Lanterns | Altar Ledge | Altar Linens | Altar (in Liturgy) | Altar of Our Lady | Altar of Repose | Altarpiece | Altar, Portable | Altar, Privileged | Altar Protector | Altar Rail | Altar Screen | Altar Side | Altar Steps | Altar Stole | Altar Stone | Altar, Stripping of an | Altar Tomb | Altar Vase | Altar Vessels | Altar Wine | Altarage | Altars (in the Greek Churches) | Altars (in Scripture) | Altar, History of the Christian | Altmann, Blessed | Alton | Altoona | Altruism | Alumbrados | Alumnus | Alunno, Niccolò | Alva, The Duke of | Alva y Astorga, Pedro d' | Alvarado, Alonzo de | Alvarado, Fray Francisco de | Alvarado, Pedro de | Alvarez, Balthazar | Alvarez, Diego | Alvarez, Manoel | Alvarez de Paz | Alvarus Pelagius - Spanish writer (1280-1352) | Alypius, Saint | Alzate, José Antonio | Alzog, Johann Baptist | Ama | Amadeo, Giovanni Antonio | Amadia and Akra | | Amalberga, Saint - Relative of Pepin of Landen | Amalberga, Saint - Virgin who rejected Charlemagne's advances | Amalec | Amalfi | Amalricians | Amalricus Augerii | Amandus, Saint | Amasia - Titular see in Cilicia | Amastris - Titular see in Asia Minor | Amat, Thaddeus - California bishop (1810-1878) | Amathus - Name of two titular sees | Ambarach, Peter - Maronite Orientalist (1663-1742) | Ambition - The undue craving for honor | Ambo | Ambo (in the Russian and Greek Church) | Amboise, George d' | Ambronay, Our Lady of | Ambulatory | Amelia | Amelote, Denis | Amen | Amende Honorable | Amerbach, Veit | America | America, Pre-Columbian Discovery of | American College at Louvain, The | American College in Rome, The | American College in Rome, The South | American Protective Association, The | Amerigo Vespucci | Amherst, Francis Kerril, D.D. - English bishop (1819-1883) | Amias, Ven. John - English martyr (d. 1589) | Amiatinus, Codex | Amice | Amico, Antonio | Amico, Francesco | Amida - Armenian diocese | Amiens, Diocese of | Amiot, Joseph Maria | Amisus | Ammen, Daniel | Ammon | Ammon, Saint | Ammonian Sections | | Amorbach | Amorios | Amorrhites | Amort, Eusebius | Amos - Old Testament prophet | Amovibility | Ampè, André-Marie - Physicist and mathematician (1775-1836) | Amphilochius of Iconium - Fourth-century Cappadocian bishop | Amphilochius of Sida - Fifth-century bishop | Amphoræ | Ampullæ | Amra | Amrah | Amraphel | Amsterdam | Amulet | Amulets, Use and Abuse of | Amyclae | Amyot, Jacques | Anabaptists | Anacletus, Pope Saint | Anacletus II | Anæsthesia | Anagni | Analogy | Analysis | Anaphora | Anarchy | Anastasia, Saint | Anastasiopolis - Name of four ancient sees | Anastasius, Saint - Sixth-century Bishop of Antioch | Anastasius I, Pope Saint - Reigned 399-403 | Anastasius II, Pope - Reigned 496-498 | Anastasius III, Pope - Reigned 911-913 | Anastasius IV, Pope - Reigned 1153-1154 | Anastasius, Saint - Martyred in A.D. 628 | Anastasius Bibliothecarius - Librarian of the Roman Church (810-879) | Anastasius Sinaita, Saint - Seventh-century Greek writer | Anathema | Anathoth | Anatolia, Saint - Roman virgin and martyr | Anatolius, Saint - Bishop of Laodicea in Syria (d. 283) | Anatolius, Saint - Fifth-century Patriarch of Constantinople | Anatolia, Saint | Anatomy | Anazarbus | Añazco, Pedro de | Anchieta, Joseph | Anchor (as Symbol), The | Anchorites | Ancient of Days | Ancilla Dei | Ancona, Ciriaco d' | Ancona and Umana | Ancren Riwle | Ancyra | Ancyra, Councils of | Anderdon, William Henry | Anderledy, Anthony Maria | Anderson, Henry James | Anderson, Lionel Albert | Anderson, Patrick | Anderton, James | Anderton, Venerable Robert - English priest and martyr (1560-1586) | Anderton, Roger - English Catholic layman (d. 1640) | Andlaw, Heinrich Bernhard, Freiherr von - Catholic statesman (1802-1871) | Andlaw, Venerable William - Martyred atYork in 1597 | Andrada, Alonso | Andrada, Antonio de | Andrada de Payva, Diego - Portuguese theologian (1528-1575) | André, Bernard - Fifteenth-century friar, poet, chronographer | André, Yves Marie - Mathematician (1675-1764) | Andrea, Giovanni d' - Canonist (1275-1348) | Andrea Dotti, Blessed | Andrea Pisano | Andreas of Caesarea - Cappadocian bishop | Andreas, Saint - Theologian, homilist, hymnographer (d. 740) | Andreas of Ratisbon - Fourteenth-century historian | Andreis, Felix de - Lazarist superior (1778-1820) | Andres, Juan - Sixteenth-century Spanish canonist | Andrés, Juan - Littérateur and historian (1740-1817) | Andrew, Saint (Apostle and Martyr) | Andrew, Saint (Martyr of Lampsacus) | Andrew Avellino, Saint | Andrew Bobola, Saint | Andrew Corsini, Saint | Andrew of Crete, Saint - Theologian, homilist, hymnographer (d. 740) | Andrew of Lonjumeau - Dominican missionary and papal ambassador (d. 1253) | Andrews, William Eusebius - Editor and author (1773-1837) | Andronicus, Probus, and Tarachus, Saints - Martyrs of the Diocletian persecution (c. 304) | Andria, Diocese | Anemurium - Titular see of Cilicia | Anerio, Felice | Anerio, Giovanni Francesco | Anfossi, Filippo | Ange de Saint Joseph | Ange de Sainte Rosalie | Angel | Angel, Guardian | Angela Merici, Saint - Foundress of the Ursulines (1474-1540) | Angela of Foligno, Blessed - Umbrian penitent and mystical writer (1248-1309) | Angeli, Francesco degli - Missionary to Ethiopia (1567-1628) | Angeli, Girolamo degli - Missionary to Japan (1567-1623) | Angelicals, The | Angelico, Fra - Florentine painter (1387-1455) | Angelo Carletti di Chivasso, Blessed | Angelo Clareno da Cingoli | Angels, Early Christian Representations of | Angels of the Churches | Angelus | Angelus Bell | Angelus, Silesius | Anger | Angers | Angers, University of | Angilbert, Saint | Angiolini, Francesco | Anglesea, The Priory of | Anglican Orders | Anglicanism | Anglin, Timothy Warren | Anglo-Saxon Church, The | Anglona-Tursi | Angola and Congo | Angora | Angoulême | Angra | Angulo, Pedro | Anhalt | Anicetus, Pope Saint - Reigned 155-166 | Anima, College and Church of the, in Rome | Anima Christi | Animals in Christian Art | Animals in the Bible | Animals, Cruelty to | Animism | Animuccia, Giovanni | Anise | Anna | Anna Comnena | Annals, Ecclesiastical | Annas | Annat, François | Annates | Anne, Saint | Anne d'Auray, Sainte | Anne de Beaupré, Sainte | Anne de Xainctonge, Venerable | Annecy | Annegarn, Joseph | Anne Line, Saint | Anne-Marie Javouhey, Venerable | Annibaldi, Annibale d' | Annibale, Giuseppe d' | Annius of Viterbo | Anno, Saint | Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, The Fact of the | Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, The Feast of the | Annunciation, The Orders of the | Anointing of the Sick | Anquetil, Louis-Pierre | Ansaldi, Casto Innocenzio | Ansaloni, Giordano - Dominican missionary to Asia (d. 1634) | Anschar, Saint - Called the Apostle of the North (801-865) | Anse, Councils of - A series of medieval councils | Ansegisus | Ansegisus, Saint | | Anselm, Saint - Eighth-century Italian Abbot | Anselm of Laon - Medieval theologian (d. 1117) | | Anselm of Lucca (the Younger), Saint | Anselme, Antoine | Anslo, Reyer - Dutch poet and convert (1622-1669) | Anstey, Thomas Chisholm - Lawyer and politician (1816-1873) | Antediluvians | Anterus, Pope Saint - Reigned 235-236 | Anthelmi, Joseph - French ecclesiastical historian (1648-1697) | Anthemius - Fourth-century Byzantine official | Anthony of the Desert, Saint | Anthony, Orders of Saint | Anthony of Padua, Saint | Anthony of Sienna | Anthony of the Mother of God | Anthropomorphism, Anthropomorphites | Antichrist | Antidicomarianites | Antidoron | Antigonish | Antimensium | Antinoe | Antinomianism | Antioch | Antioch, The Church of | Antiochene Liturgy | Antiochus of Palestine - Seventh-century monk | Antipater of Bostra - Fifth-century Greek prelate | Antipatris - Titular see of Palestine | Antiphellos - Titular see of Lycia | Antiphon - Umfangreiche Erläuterung des Begriffes Antiphon | Antiphon (in the Greek Church) | Antiphon (in Greek Liturgy) | Antiphon, Communion | Antiphonary | Antiphonary, Gregorian | Antipodes | Antipope | Antiquities, Biblical | Antivari | Antofogaste | Antoine, Paul Gabriel - French theologian (1678-1743) | Anton Ulrich | Antonelli, Giacomo | Antonelli, Leonardo | Antonelli, Nicolò Maria | Antoniano, Giovanni | Antoniano, Silvio | Antoniewicz, Charles - Polish Jesuit and missionary (1807-1852) | Antoninus, Saint | Antoninus Pius | Antonio Maria Zaccaria, Saint | Antonio of Vicenza, Maria | Antonius | Antony, Franz Joseph | Antwerp | Anunciación, Fray Domingo de la | Anunciación, Fray Juan de la | Aosta | Apaches | Apameia | Aparisi y Guijarro, Antonio | Apelles | Aphian, Saint | Aphraates | Apiarius of Sicca | Apocalypse, Book of - Darstellung und Diskussion der Apokalypse des Johannes | Apocatastasis | Apocrisiarius | Apocrypha | Apodosis | Apollinarianism | Apollinaris | Apollinaris, Saint | Apollinaris (the Elder) | Apollinaris Claudius, Saint | Apollonia, Saint | Apollonius of Ephesus | Apologetics | Apolysis | Apolytikion | Apophthegmata Patrum | Aporti, Ferrante | Apostasy | Apostle (in Liturgy) | Apostle Spoons | Apostles, The - 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Spanish Council held in 1473 | Aranda, Philip - Jesuit theologian (1642-1695) | Arason Jón | Arator | Araucania - Prefecture Apostolic in Chile | Araucanians - Indian tribe in Chile | Araujo, Antonio de - Brazilian missionary (d. 1632) | Araujo, Francisco de | Arawaks | Arbieto, Ignacio de - Jesuit (1585-1676) | Arbitration | Arbogast, Saint | Arbroath, Abbey of | Arbuthnott, Missal of | Arca | Arcachon, Our Lady of | Arcadelt, Jacob - Kurzporträt des niederländischen Komponisten Jacob Arcadelt | Arcadiopolis | Arcae | Arcanum | Arch | Archæology, Christian | Archæology, The Commission of Sacred | Archange de Lyon | Archbishop | Archconfraternity | Archdeacon | Archdeacon, Richard | Archdiocese | Archelais | Archeology, Christian | Archer, James | Arches, The Court of | Archiereus | Archimandrite | Archinto, Filipo | Architecture, Ecclesiastical | Architecture, Gothic | Archives, Ecclesiastical | Archontics | Archpriest | Archpriest Controversy | Arcosolium | Arculf | Ardagh | Ardbraccan | Ardchatten, The Priory of | Arden, Edward | Aremberg, Prince Charles d' - Definitor-general and Commissary of the Capuchins (d. 1669) | Areopolis - Titular See of Palestine | Arequipa, Diocese of | Arethas of Caesarea | Arévalo, Faustino - Jesuit hymnographer and patrologist (1747-1824) | Arévalo, Rodríguez Sanchez de | Arezzo | Argenson, Pierre de Voyer d' | Argentina | Argos | Argüello, Luis Antonio | Argyll and the Isles, Diocese of | Argyropulos, John | Arialdo, Saint | Arianism | Ariano | Arias, Francis | Arias de Avila, Pedro | Ariassus | Aribo | Arindela | Ariosto, Ludovico | Aristeas | Aristides | Aristotle | Arius - Heresiarch (250-336) | Arizona | Ark, Noah's | Ark of the Covenant | Arlegui, Fray José | Arles, The Synods of | Armada, The Spanish - Umfassende Darstellung der Hintergründe des Kampfes zwischen Spanien und England | Armagh | Armagh, The Book of | Armagh, The School of | Armagnac, Georges d' | Armenia | Armenierstadt | Armentia, Fray Nicolás | Armidale | Arminianism | Arnauld - Celebrated French family | Arne, Thomas Augustine | Arni Thorlaksson | Arnobius | Arnold - Name of several medieval figures | Arnold of Brescia - Porträt des Chorherrn Arnold von Brescia | Arnoldi, Alberto | Arnoldi, Bartholomaeus | Arnolfo di Cambio | Arnoudt, Peter Joseph - Jesuit spiritual writer (1811-1865) | Arnpeck, Veit | Arnulf of Lisieux | | | Arricivita, Juan | Arrighetti, Nicola | Arrighetti, Nicolò | Arrowsmith, Venerable Edmund | Arsacidæ | Arsenius Autorianos - Patriarch of Constantinople (d. 1273) | Arsenius, Saint - Anchorite (354-450) | Arsinoe | Art, Christian | Art, Ecclesiastical | Artemon | Arthur, King - See Literary or Profane Legends | Arthur, James | Arthur, Thomas | Articles of Faith | Articles, The Organic | Artoklasia | Arts, Bachelor of | Arts, The Faculty of | Arts, Master of | Arts, The Seven Liberal | Artvin | Arundel, Thomas | Arundell | Asaph, Saint | Ascalon | Ascelin | Ascendente Domino | Ascetical Theology | Asceticism | Aschbach, Joseph, Ritter von | Ascoli-Piceno | Ascoli, Satriano, and Cirignola - Diocese in Italy | Aseity | Aseneth | Aser | Asgaard | Ashby, George - Martyred English monk (d. 1537) | Ashby, Thomas | Ashes | Ashley, Venerable Ralph | Ashton, John | Ashton, Venerable Roger | Asia | Asia Minor | Asiongaber - Idumean city | Aske, Robert - English insurgent (d. 1537) | Asmodeus - Demon mentioned in the Book of Tobias | Aspendus - Titular see in Asia Minor | Asperges | Aspilcueta, Martin - Spanish canonist and moral theologian (1491-1586) | | Assemani | Assemblies of the French Clergy | Asser, John | Asses, Feast of | Assessor of the Holy Office | Assessors | Assicus, Saint | Assideans | Assimilation, Physiological | Assimilation, Psychological | Assisi - Diocese in Umbria | Assistant at the Pontifical Throne | Assizes of Jerusalem | Assmayer, Ignaz | Association, Right of Voluntary | Association of Ideas | Association of Priestly Perseverance | Associations, Pious | Assuerus | Assumption, Augustinians of the | Assumption, Little Sisters of the | Assumption, Sisters of the | Assumption of Mary, Feast of the | Assumptionists | Assur (titular see) | Assur (multiple definitions) | Assyria | Assyrian Rite | Asterius | Asti - Diocese in Italy | Aston | Astorga - Diocese in Spain | Astrology | Astronomy | Astronomy in the Bible | Astros, Paul-Thérèse-David d' - French cardinal (1772-1851) | Astruc, Jean | Atahuallpa | Atahualpa, Jean Santos | Atavism | Athanasian Creed, The | Athanasius, Saint - Bishop of Alexandria, Confessor and Doctor of the Church (296-373) | Athabasca | Atheism | Athelney, The Abbey of | Athenagoras | Athenry | Athens, Christian | Athens, Modern Diocese of | Athias, Joseph | Athos, Mount | Atienza, Juan de | Atkinson, James - English Catholic confessor (d. 1595) | Atkinson, Nicholas - English priest and martyr (d. 1610) | Atkinson, Paul, of St. Francis | Atkinson, Sarah - Irish philanthropist and biographer (1823-1893) | Atkinson, Ven. Thomas - English martyr (d. 1616) | Atom | Atomism | Atonement, Day of | Atonement, Doctrine of the | Atrib | Atrium | Attainder | Attala, Saint | Attalia | Attaliates, Michael | Atticus | Attigny, Councils of | Attila the Hun | Attiret, Jean Denis | Atto | Atto of Pistoia | Atto of Vercelli | Attracta, Saint | Attributes, Divine | Attrition | Attuda | Aubarède, Jean-Michel-d'Astorg | Aubermont, Jean-Aontoine d' | Aubery, Joseph | Aubignac, François Hédelin, Abbé d' | Aubusson, Pierre d' | Auch | Auckland | Auctorem Fidei | Audiences, Pontifical | Audifax, Abachum, Martha, and Maris, Saints | Audiffredi | Audin, J.-M.-Vincent | Audisio, Guglielmo | Audran | Auenbrugger, Leopold | Aufsees, Jobst Bernhard von | Auger, Edmond | Augilæ | | | Augusta - Titular see in Asia Minor | Augustin von Alfeld | Augustine, Rule of Saint | | Augustine of Hippo, Life of Saint | Augustine of Hippo, Teaching of Saint | Augustine of Hippo, Works of Saint | Augustinian Canons | Augustinians | Augustinians of the Assumption | Augustinus, Antonius | Augustinus-Verein, The | Augustopolis | Augustus Abbey, Fort | Aulne Abbey - Former French monas=tery | Aumbry | Aunarius, Saint | Aurelian | Aureliopolis | Aurelius - Archbishop of Carthage from 388 to 423 | Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus | Aureoli, Petrus | Auriesville | Aurispa, Giovanni | Aurora Lucis Rutilat | Ausculta Fili | Ausonius, Decimus Magnus - Professor and poet (310-394) | Austin, John | Australia | Austremonius, Saint - Apostle and Bishop of Auvergne (c. 314) | Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, The | Authentic | Authenticity of the Bible | Authority, Civil | Authorized Version, The | Autocephali | Autos Sacramentales | Autran, Joseph | Autun | Auxentius of Milan | Auxentius, Junior | Auxentius of Mopsuestia | Auxerre, Councils of | Auxiliary Bishop | Ava | Avancini, Nicola | Avarice | Avatar | Avaugour, Pierre du Bois, Baron d' | Ave Maria | Ave Maris Stella | Ave Regina | Avellino | Avellino, Saint Andrew | Avempace | Avendano, Fernando | Averbode - Premonstratensian abbey | Aversa, Diocese of | Avesta, The | Avesta, Theological Aspects of the | Avicebron | Avicenna | Avignon | Avignon, Councils of | Avignon, University of | Avila | Avila, Francisco de | Avila, Sancho de | Avitus, Saint - Bishop of Vienne (d. 518) | Aviz, Order of - Military body of Portuguese knights | Avranches, Council of | Avril, Philippe | Axum | Ayeta, Fray Francisco de | Ayllón, Lucas Vésquez de | Aymará | Aymeric of Piacenza | Azara, Féliz de | Azaria, Aristaces | Azarias, Brother | Azevedo, Luiz de | Azor, Juan | Azores | Azotus | Aztecs | Azymes | Azymites

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Baader, Franz Xaver von | Baal, Baalim | Baalbek - Town in Syria; also called Heliopolis | Babel | Babel, Tower of | Babenstuber, Ludwig | Babinet, Jacques - French physicist (1794-1872) | Babylas, Saint | Babylon (Title) | Babylonia | Baccanceld | Bacchus and Sergius - Martyrs (d. 303) | Bacchylus | | Bachiarius | Bachmann, Paul | Backer, Augustin de | Backx, Peter Hubert Evermode | Bacon, David William - First Bishop of Portland, Maine (1813-1874) | Bacon, John | Bacon, Nathaniel | Bacon, Roger | Baconian System of Philosophy, The | Badajoz | Baden | Badia, Tommaso | Badin, Stephen Theodore - Pioneer missionary priest of Kentucky (1768-1853) | Badius, Raphael | Bæticus, Gregory | Baegert, John Jacob | Baert, François | Bæumer, Suitbert | Bagamoyo | Bagdad | Bageis | Baglioni, Giovanni, Cavaliere | Bagnorea | Bagot, Jean | Bagshaw, Christopher | Bahama Islands, The | Bailey, Thomas | Baillargeon, Charles François | Baillet, Adrien | Bailloquet, Pierre - French missionary to Canadian Indians (1612-1692) | Baily, Thomas | Bainbridge, Christopher | Baines, Peter Augustine | Baines, Ralph | Baini, Abbate Giuseppe | Baithen of Iona, Saint - Irish monk and associate of St. Columba (d. 600) | Baius, Michel - Theologian (1513-1589) | Baker, Venerable Charles - English Jesuit martyr (1616-1679) | Baker, Francis Asbury - American priest and convert (1820-1865) | Baker City, Diocese of | Bakócz, Thomas | Balaam | Balanaea | Balbina, Saint | Balbinus, Boleslaus | Balboa, Vasco Nuñez de - Explorer (1475-1517) | Balbuena, Bernardo de | Balbus, Hieronymus | Baldachium of the Altar | Balde, Jacob | Balderic (Baudry) | Balderic | Baldi, Bernardino | Baldinucci, Blessed Anthony | Baldovinetti, Alesso | Baldred, Saint | Baldung, Hans | Baldwin | Baldwin, Francis | | Bales, Christopher, Venerable | Ball, Mother Frances Mary Teresa | Ballarat | Ballerini, Antonio - Jesuit theologian (1805-1881) | Ballerini, Girolamo and Pietro | Balme, Henry | Balmes, Jaime Luciano | Balsam | Balsamon, Theodore | Baltasar | Baltimore, Archdiocese of | Baltimore, Plenary Councils of | Baltimore, Provincial Councils of | Baltus, Jean François | Balue, Jean | Baluze, Etienne | Bamber, Ven. Edward | Bamberg | Banaias | Bancel, Louis | Bandello, Matteo | Banduri, Anselmo | Bañez, Domingo - Spanish Dominican theologian (1528-1604) | Bangor, Antiphonary of | Bangor | Bangor Abbey | Banim, John & Michael | Banjaluka | Bankruptcy, Civil Aspect of | Bankruptcy, Moral Aspect of | Banns of Marriage | Bapst, John | Baptism | Baptismal Font | Baptismal Vows | Baptista Mantuanus, Blessed | Baptista Varani, Blessed - Ascetical writer (1458-1527) | Baptistery | Baptistines | Baptists | Barac | Baradæus, Jacob | Baraga, Frederic | Barat, Madeleine-Sophie | Barat, Nicolas | Barba, Alvaro Alonzo | Barbalissos | Barbara, Saint | Barbarigo, Giovanni Francesco | Barbastro | Barbelin, Felix-Joseph | Barber Family, The | Barbieri, Giovanni | Barbosa, Agostino | Barbosa-Machado, Ignacio | Barbour, John | Barbus, Paulus | Barca | Barcena, Alonzo de | Barclay, John | Barclay, William | Barco Centenera, Martin del | Barcos, Martin de | Bard, Henry | Bardesanes and Bardesanites | Bar Hebræus | Bari | Barjesus - False prophet mentioned in the New Testament | Bar-Kepha, Moses - Jacobite bishop and writer (813-903) | Barkworth, Ven. Mark | Barlaam and Josaphat - Principal characters of an ancient Christian legend | Barletta, Gabriel | Barlings, Abbey of | Barlow, William Rudesind | Barnabas, The Epistle of | Barnabas, Saint | Barnabas of Terni | Barnabites | Baroccio, Federigo - Italian painter and engraver (1528-1612) | Barocco Style | Baron, Bonaventura | Baron, Vincent | Baronius, Venerable Cesare | Barquisimeto | Barradas, Sebastião | Barral, Louis-Mathias, Count de | Barrande, Joachim | Barrasa, Jacinto | Barre, Antoine-Lefebvre, Sieur de la | Barreira, Balthasar | Barrientos, Lopez de | Barron, Edward - Irish missionary (1801-1854) | Barros, João de | Barrow, John | Barrow, William, Venerable | Barruel, Augustin | Barry, John - U.S. Navy Captain (1745-1803) | Barry, John - Second Bishop of Savannah (1799-1859) | Barry, Patrick | Barry, Paul de | Barthel, Johann Caspar | Barthélemy, Jean-Jacques | Bartholi, Francesco della Rossa | Bartholomaeus Anglicus - Thirteenth-century Franciscan encyclopedist | Bartholomew, Saint - One of the Twelve Apostles | Bartholomew - Called the "Apostle of Armenia" (d. 1333) | Bartholomew of Braga, Venerable | Bartholomew of Braganca | Bartholomew of Brescia | Bartholomew of Edessa | Bartholomew of Lucca | Bartholomew of Pisa | Bartholomew of San Concordio | Bartholomew's Day Massacre, Saint | Bartholomites | Bartoli, Daniello | Bartolocci, Giulio | Bartolommeo, Fra - Italian Dominican painter (1475-1517) | Bartolozzi, Francesco | Barton, Elizabeth | Baruch | Barzynski, Vincent - Polish-American priest (1838-1899) | Basil the Great, Saint | Basil, Liturgy of Saint | Basil, Rule of Saint | Basilians | Basilica | Basilides - Alexandrian Gnostic (fl. 120-140) | Basilides - Martyrs | Basilinopolis | Basilissa | Basil of Amasea | Basil of Seleucia | Basins, Ecclesiastical Use of | Basle, Council of | Basle-Lugano | Bas-relief | Bassein | Bassett, Joshua | Bassi, Matthew of - Founder of the Capuchins (1495-1552) | Bassianus | Bastiat, Claude-Frédéric | Baston, Guillaume-André-Réné | Basutoland | Batavia | Bath Abbey | Bath and Wells | Bathe, William | Bathilde, Saint - Wife of King Clovis II (d. 680) | Bathurst | Battaglini, Marco | Batteux, Charles | Battista, Giovanni Giuda Giona | Battle Abbey | Bauberger, Wilhelm | Baudeau, Nicolas | Baudouin, Michel | Baumgartner, Alexander - Swiss poet and writer (1841-1910) | Baumgartner, Gallus Jacob | Baunard, Louis | Bauny, Etienne | Bausset, Louis-François de | Bautain, Louis-Eugène-Marie | Bautista, Fray Juan | Bawden, William | Bayeu y Subias, Francisco | Bayeux | Bayley, James Roosevelt | Baylon, Saint Pascal | Bayma, Joseph | Bayonne | Baysio, Guido de | Bazin, John Stephen | Beads, Use of, at Prayers | Beards | Beardsley, Aubrey | Beatific Vision | Beatification and Canonization | Beatitudes, Mount of | Beatitudes, The Eight | Beaton, David | Beaton, James (1473-1539) | Beaton, James (1517-1603) | Beatrix | Beaufort, Lady Margaret | Beaulieu Abbey | Beaune, Renaud de | Beauregard, Jean-Nicolas | Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant | Beauvais | Beauvais, Gilles-François-de | Beauvais, Jean-Baptiste-Charles-Marie de | Bébian, Roch-Amboise-Auguste | Bec, Abbey of | Becan, Martin | Beccaria, Giovanni Battista - Physicist (1716-1781) | Beccus, John | Beche, Blessed John | Beckedorff, George Philipp Ludolf von | Becker, Thomas Andrew | Becket, Saint Thomas | Beckx, Pierre-Jean | Becquerel, Antoine-César | Bédard, Pierre | Bede | Bede, The Venerable | Bedford, Gunning S. | Bedford, Henry | Bedingfeld, Frances | Bedingfeld, Henry, Sir | Bedini, Cajetan | Beelen, Ian Theodor | Beelphegor | Beelzebub | Beesley, George, Venerable | Beethoven, Ludwig van - Composer (1770-1827) | Begnudelli-Basso, Francesco Antonio | Beguines & Beghards | Behaim, Albert von | Behaim, Martin | Beirut | Beja | Belasyse, John | Belchiam, Venerable Thomas | Belem do Pará, Archdiocese of | Belfry | Belgium | Belgrade and Smederevo | Belgrado, Giacopo | Belial | Belief | Belin, Albert (Jean) | Bell, Altar | Bell, Angelus | Bell, Arthur, Venerable | Bell, James | Bellamy, Jerome | Bellarini, John | Bellarmine, St. Robert | Bellasius, Edward | Bellecius, Aloysius | Bellenden, John | Belleville | Belley | Bellings, Sir Richard | Bellini | Belloy, Jean-Baptiste de | Bells | Belluno-Feltre | Belmont, François Vachon de - French-Canadian Sulpician (1645-1732) | Belson, Venerable Thomas | Belsunce de Castelmoron, Henri François Xavier de | Belzoni, Giambattista | Belshazzar | Bembo, Pietro | Benadir | Bénard, Laurent | Benavides, Fray Alonzo | Bench, Communion | Benda | Benefice | Benefit of Clergy | Benettis, Jeremiah | Benevento, Archdiocese of | Bengtsson, Jöns Oxenstjerna | Bengy, Anatole de | Benignus, Saint | Benignus of Dijon, Saint | Benin | Benjamin | Benkert, Franz Georg | Benno II | Benoît, Michel | Benthamism | Bentivoglio, Family of | Bentley, John Francis | Bentney, William | Benziger, Joseph Charles | Benzoni, Girolamo | Berach, Saint | Berard of Carbio, Saint | Berardi, Carbo Sebastiano | Bérault-Bercastel, Antoine Henri de | Bercharius, Saint | Bercheure, Pierre | Berchmans, Saint John | Berchtold, Blessed | Berdini of Sarteano, Blessed Albert | | Bérenger, Pierre | Berenice | Bergamo | Bergen, Ancient See of | Bergier, Nicolas-Sylvestre | Berin, Saint | Berisford, Humphrey | Berissa | Beristain y Martin de Souza, José Mariano | Berlage, Anton | Berland, Pierre | Berlanga, Fray Tomás de | Berlin | Berlioz, Hector - French composer (1803-1869) | Bernal, Agostino | Bernard, Saint - Archbishop of Vienne (778-842) | Bernard, Alexis-Xyste | Bernard, Claude - French ecclesiastic (1588-1641) | Bernard, Claude - French physiologist (1813-1878) | Bernard Guidonis - Bishop and Inquisitor (1261-1331) | Bernard of Besse | Bernard of Bologna | Bernard of Botone | Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint | | Bernard of Luxemburg - Dominican theologian, controversialist, and Inquisitor (d. 1535) | Bernard of Menthon, Saint | Bernard of Pavia - Canonist and bishop (d. 1213) | Bernard Tolomeo, Saint | Bernardine of Feltre, Blessed - Friar Minor and missionary (1439-1494) | Bernardine of Fossa, Blessed - Historian and ascetical writer (1420-1503) | Bernardine of Siena, Saint - "Apostle of Italy" (1380-1444) | Bernardines, The | Berne | Berni, Francesco | Bernier, Etienne-Alexandre | Bernini, Domenico - Son of Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini | Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo - Italian architect and sculptor (1598-1680) | Bernini, Giuseppe Maria | Bernis, François-Joachim-Pierre de | Berno (Abbot of Reichenau) | Berno | Bernold of Constance | Bernward, Saint - German bishop (d. 1022) | Beroea | Berosus | Beroth | Berrettini, Pietro | Berruguete, Alonso | Berruyer, Isaac-Joseph | Berryer, Pierre-Antoine | Bersabee | Bertha | Berthier, Guillaume-François | Berthold | Berthold of Chiemsee | Berthold of Henneberg | Berthold of Ratisbon | Berthold of Reichenau | Berti, Giovanni Lorenzo | Bertin, Saint - Abbot of St. Omer (615-709) | Bertinoro | Bertonio, Ludovico | Bertrand, Louis, Saint | Bertrand, Pierre | Bertulf, Saint - Abbot of Bobbio (d. 639) | Bérulle, Pierre de | Bervanger, Martin de | Besançon | Besange, Jerome Lamy, O.S.B | Beschefer, Theodore | Beschi, Costanzo Giuseppe | Beseleel | Besoigne, Jérôme | Besoldus, Christopher | Bessarion, Johannes - Cardinal | Bessel, Johann Franz | Beste, Henry Digby | Bestiaries | Betanzos, Fray Domingo | Betanzos, Fray Pedro de | Betanzos, Juan de | Bethany | Bethany Beyond the Jordan | Betharan | Bethdagon | Bethel | Bethlehem - Titular see of Palestine | Bethlehem - Birthplace of Our Lord | Bethlehem - Architectural term | Bethlehemites - Military and hospitaller orders | Bethsaida | Bethsan | Bethulia | Betrothal | Bettiah | Betting | Beugnot, Auguste-Arthur, Count | Beuno, Saint - Welsh abbot (d. 660) | Beverley Minster | Beyerlinck, Lawrence | Bezae, Codex | Bianchi, Giovanni Antonio | Bianchini, Francesco | Bianchini, Giuseppe | Bianconi, Charles | Biard, Pierre | Bibbiena | Bibiana, Saint | Bible, The | Bible, Authenticity of the | Bible, Coptic Versions of the | Bible, Editions of the | Bible, Inspiration of the | Bible, Manuscripts of the | Bible Societies | Bibles, Picture | Bibles, Rhymed | Bible, Versions of the | Biblia Pauperum | Biblical Accommodation | Biblical Antiquities | Biblical Commission, The | Biblical Introduction | Bickell, Gustav - Orientalist (1838-1906) | Bickerdike, Robert, Venerable | Bicknor, Alexander | Bidermann, James | Biel, Gabriel | Biella | Bielski, Marcin | Bienville, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de | Bigamy (in Canon Law) | Bigamy (in Civil Law) | Bigne, Marguerin de la | Billart, Saint Julie | Billick, Eberhard | Billy, Jacques de | Bilocation | Bination | Biner, Joseph | Binet, Etienne | Binet, Jacques-Philippe-Marie | Binius, Severin | Binterim, Anton Joseph | Biogenesis and Abiogenesis | Biology | Biondo, Flavio | Biot, Jean-Baptiste - Physicist and mathematician (1774-1862) | Birds (in Symbolism) | Biretta | Birinus, Saint | Birkowski, Fabian | Birmingham | Birnbaum, Heinrich | Birth, The Defect of | Birtha | Bisarchio, Diocese of | Bishop | Bishop, Auxiliary | Bishop, William | Bishop's Crook | Bismarck, Diocese of | Bisomus | Black Fast, The | Blackburne, Robert | Blackfoot Indians | Blackwood, Adam | Blaise, Saint | Blanc, Anthony | Blanchard, Jean-Baptiste | Blanchet, Franç Norbert | Blanchet, Augustin Magloire | Blandina, Saint | Blasphemy | Blastares, Matthew | Blathmac, Saint | Blenkinsop | Blessed, The | Blessed Sacrament, The | Blessed Sacrament, Congregation of the | Blessed Sacrament, Exposition of the | Blessed Sacrament, Reservation of the | Blessed Sacrament, Sisters of the - Founded in 1889 by Katharine Drexel | Blessed Sacrament, Visits to the | Blessed Virgin Mary, The | Blessing | Blessing, Apostolic | Blind, Education of the | Blois | Blomevenna, Peter | Blood Indians | Blosius, François-Louis | Blyssen, Heinrich | Blyth, Francis | Bobadilla, Nicolaus | Bobbio, Abbey and Diocese of | Bobola, Saint Andrew | Boccaccino | Boccaccio, Giovanni | Böcken, Placidus | Bocking, Edward | Bodey, Ven. John | Bodin, Jean | Bodone | Boece, Hector | Boeri, Petrus | Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus | Bogotá | Bohemia | Bohemian Brethren | Bohemians of the United States | Boiano | Boiardo, Matteo Maria | Boileau-Despréaux, Nicholas | Boise | Boisgelin, Jean de Dieu-Raymond de Cucé de | Boisil, Saint | Bois-le-Duc | Bokenham, Osbern | Bolanden, Conrad von | Bolgeni, Giovanni Vincenzo | Bolivia | Bollandists, The | Bollig, Johann | Bologna | Bologna, Giovanni da | Bologna, University of | Bolsec, Jérôme-Hermès | Bolton, Edmund | Bolzano, Bernhard | Bombay | Bommel, Cornelius Richard Anton van | Bona, Giovanni | Bonagratia of Bergamo | Bonal, François de | Bonal, Raymond | Bonald, Louis-Gabriel-Ambroise, Vicompte de | Bonald, Louis-Jacques-Maurice de | Bona Mors Confraternity, The | Bonaventure, Saint | Bonaventure, College of Saint | Boncompagni, Balthasar | Bonet, Juan Pablo | Bonet, Nicholas | Bonfrère, Jacques | Boniface, Saint | Boniface I, Pope Saint - Reigned 418-422 | Boniface II, Pope | Boniface III, Pope | Boniface IV, Pope Saint | Boniface V, Pope | Boniface VI, Pope | Boniface VII, Antipope | Boniface VIII, Pope | Boniface IX, Pope | Boniface Association | Boniface of Savoy | Boni Homines | Bonizo of Sutri | Bonn, University of | Bonnard, Ven. Jean Louis - French martyr (1824-1852) | Bonnechose, Henri-Marie-Gaston Boisnormand de | Bonne-Espérance, The Abbey of | Bonner, Edmund | Bonnetty, Augustin | Bonosus | Bon Secours, Institutes of | Bonvicino, Alessandro | Book of Common Prayer | Book of Kells | Book of Martyrs, Foxe's | Books, Index of Prohibited | Bordeaux | Bordeaux, University of | Bordone, Cavaliere Paris | Boré, Eugène - French Orientalist (1809-1878) | Borgess, Caspar Henry | Borgia, Stefano | Börglum, Ancient See of | Borgo San-Donnino | Borgo San-Sepolcro | Borgognone, Ambrogio | Borneo | Borras, Francisco Nicolás | Borromeo, Andrea | Borromeo, Saint Charles | Borromeo, Federico | Borromeo, Society of Saint Charles | Borromini, Francesco | Borrus, Christopher | Bosa, Diocese of | Bosch, Peter van der | Bosco, Saint Giovanni (John) | Boscovich, Ruggiero Giuseppe - Dalmatian Jesuit and mathematician, astronomer, and physicist (1711-1787) | Bosio, Antonio | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Boso | Boso (Breakspear) | Bossu, Jacques le | Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne - Famous French bishop and orator (1627-1704) | Boste, Saint John | Boston | Bostra | Bothrys | Botticelli, Sandro - Famous Florentine painter (1447-1510) | Botulph, Saint - Abbot (d. 680) after whom Boston was named | Boturini Benaducci, Lorenzo | Boucher, Pierre | Bougaud, Louis-Victor-Emile | Bougeant, Guillaume-Hyacinthe - French Jesuit (1690-1743) | Bouhours, Dominique - French Jesuit author (1632-1702) | Bouillart, Jacques | Bouillon, Cardinal de | Bouix, Marie Dominique | Boulainvilliers, Henri, Count of | Boulanger, André de | Boulay, César-Egasse du | Boulogne, Etienne-Antoine | Bouquet, Martin | Bouquillon, Thomas | Bourassé, Jean-Jacques | Bourchier, Thomas | Bourdaloue, Louis - Famous French Jesuit preacher (1632-1704) | Bourdeilles, Hélie de | Bourdon, Jean | Bourgade, François | Bourges | Bourget, Ignace | Bourgoing, François | Bourke, Ulick Joseph - Irish scholar and writer (1829-1887) | Bourne, Gilbert | Bouvens, Charles de | Bouvet, Joachim - Jesuit missionary (d. 1732) | Bouvier, Jean-Baptiste | Bova | Bovino | Bowyer, Sir George | Boy-Bishop | Boyce, John | Boycotting | Boyle Abbey - Irish Cistercian house | Bracken, Thomas | Bracton, Henry de | Bradley, Denis Mary | Bradshaigh, Edward | Bradshaw, Henry | Brady, William Maziere | Braga, Archdiocese of | Braga, Councils of | Bragança-Miranda, Diocese of | Brahminism | Braille, Louis | Bralion, Nicolas de | Bramante, Donato | Brancaccio | Brancati, Francesco - Jesuit missionary to China (1607-1671) | Brancati di Lauria, Francesco Lorenzo | Branch Sunday | Brandenburg | Branly, Edouard - Nineteenth-century French physicist | Brant, Sebastian | Brantôme, Seigneur de Bourdeille, Pierre de | Brasses, Memorial | Brasseur de Bourbourg, Charles Etienne, Abbé | Brassicanus, Johann Alexander | Brassicanus, Johann Ludwig | Braulio, Saint | Braun, Placidus | Braunschweig | Bravo, Francisco | Brazil | Bread, Liturgical Use of | Breadboxes, Altar | Breads, Altar | Breast, Striking of the | Brébeuf, Jean de | Breda | Bréhal, Jean | Brehon Laws, The | Bremen | Brenach, Saint - Fifth-century Irish missionary | Brenan, Michael John - Irish Church historian (1780-1847) | Brendan, Saint | Brentano, Klemens Maria | Breslau | Bressani, Francesco Giuseppe - Italian missionary to the Indians (1612-1672) | Brest, Union of | Brethren of the Lord, The | Breton, Raymond | Bretton, Venerable John | Breviary | Breviary, Aberdeen | Breviary, Reform of the Roman | Brewer, Heinrich | Briant, Saint Alexander | Bribery | Briçonnet | Bridaine, Jacques | Bridge-Building Brotherhood, The | Bridget of Sweden, Saint | Bridgett, Thomas Edward | Bridgewater, John | Bridgewater Treatises | Briefs and Bulls | Brieuc, Saint | Brigid of Ireland, Saint - Irish nun (451-525) | Brigidines, Institute of the | Brigittines | Brignon, John | Bril, Paulus | Brillmacher, Peter Michael | Brindholm, Ven. Edmund | Brindisi | Brinkley, Stephen | Brisacier, Jacques-Charles de | Brisacier, Jean de | Brisbane | Brischar, Johann Nepomucene | Bristol, Ancient Diocese of | Bristow, Richard | British Columbia | Britius, Francis | Brittain, Thomas Lewis | Britto, Blessed John de | Britton, Venerable John | Brixen | Brogan, Saint | Broglie, Auguste-Théodore-Paul de | Broglie, Jacques-Victor-Albert, Duc de | Broglie, Maurice-Jean de | Brogny, Jean-Allarmet de | Bromyard, John | Brondel, John Baptist | Brookby, Anthony | Brookes, James | Brooklyn | Brosse, Jean-Baptiste de la | Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God | Broughton, Richard | Brouwer, Christoph - Historian (1559-1617) | Brown, William | Browne, Charles Farrar | Brownson, Orestes Augustus | Brownson, Sarah | Brownsville | Bru, Saint | Brück, Heinrich | Bruel, Joachim | Brueys, David-Augustin de | Brugère, Louis-Frédéric | Bruges | Brugière, Pierre | Brugman, John | Brumidi, Constantino | Brumoy, Pierre - French Jesuit humanist (1704-1742) | Brunellesco, Filippo | Brunetière, Ferdinand | Brunforte, Ugolino | Bruni, Leonardo | Brünn | Brunner, Francis de Sales | Brunner, Sebastian | Bruno, Saint - Bishop of Segni (1048-1123) | Bruno, Saint - Founder of the Carthusian Order (1030-1101) | Bruno, Giordano - Italian philosopher (1548-1600) | Bruno of Querfurt, Saint | Bruno the Saxon | Brunswick | Brus, Anton | Brusa | Brussels | Bruté de Rémur, Simon William Gabriel | Bruyas, Jacques - French missionary to the Iroquois (1635-1712) | Bryant, John Delavau | Bubastis | Bucer, Martin | Bucharest | Buck, Victor De - Bollandist (1817-1876) | Buckfast Abbey | Buckley, Venerable John | Buckley, Sir Patrick Alphonsus - Irish soldier, lawyer, statesman, judge (1841-1896) | Budé, Guillaume - French Hellenist (1467-1540) | Budweis | Buenos Aires | Buffalo | Buffier, Claude - Philosopher and author (1661-1737) | Buglio, Louis - Jesuit missionary to China (1606-1682) | Buil, Bernardo - Spanish Franciscan | Buildings, Ecclesiastical | Bukarest | Bulgaria | Bullaker, Ven. Thomas - Friar Minor and English martyr (1604-1642) | Bullarium | Bull-Fight, The Spanish | Bullion, Angélique | Bulls and Briefs | Bulstrode, Sir Richard | Bunderius, Joannes | Buonarroti, Michelangelo - Italian sculptor, painter and architect (1475-1564) | Burchard of Basle | Burchard of Worms | Burchard of Würzurg, Saint | Burckmair, Hans | Burgoa, Francisco | Burgos | Burgundy | Burial, Christian | Buridan, Jean | Burigny, Jean Lévesque de | Burkard, Franz | Burke, Edmund | Burke, Thomas | Burke, Thomas Nicholas | Burleigh, Walter - Leben und Werk | Burlington | Burma | Burnett, Peter Hardeman - First American Governor of California (1807-1895) | Burns, James | Burse | Bursfeld, The Abbey of | Bury St. Edmund's, The Abbey of | Bus, Venerable César de | Busée, Pierre - Jesuit theologian (1540-1587) | Busembaum, Hermann - Jesuit moral theologian (1600-1668) | Busiris | Buskins | Buss, Franz Joseph, Ritter von | Bustamante, Carlos María | Buston, Thomas Stephen - Jesuit missionary and author (1549-1619) | Bute, John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, Third Marquess of | Buteux, Jacques - French Jesuit missionary in Canada (1600-1652) | Butler, Alban - Seventeenth-century English Catholic | Butler, Charles - English lawyer (1750-1832) | Butler, Mary Joseph - Irish Abbess (1641-1723) | Butler, Sir William Francis - Irish general and writer (1838-1910) | Buttress | Buxton, Ven. Chrisopher - English priest and martyr (d. 1588) | Byblos - Titular see of Phoenicia | Bye-Altar | Byllis - Titular see of Albania | Byrd, William - English composer (1542-1623) | Byrne, Andrew - Bishop of Little Rock, Arkansas (1802-1862) | Byrne, Richard - U.S. Civil War hero (1832-1864) | Byrne, William - Missionary and educator (1780-1833) | Byzantine Architecture | Byzantine Art | Byzantine Empire, The | Byzantine Literature | Byzantine Rite

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Caballero, Fernán de | Caballero, Raimundo Diosdado - Writer (1740-1830) | Caballero y Ocio, Juan - Priest (1644-1707) | Cabas - Titular see | Cabassut - French theologian and priest (1604-1685) | Cabello de Balboa, Miguel - Sixteenth-century Spanish priest | Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Nuñez | Cabot, John & Sebastian - Navigators and explorers | Cabral, Francisco - Portuguese missionary in Japan (1529-1609) | Cabral, Pedralvarez - Portuguese navigator (b. 1460) | Cabrillo, Estévan - Sixteenth-century sailor | Cadalous - Bishop and antipope (d.1072) | Caddo Indians | Cades | Cadiz, Diocese of | Cadwallador, Venerable Roger - English martyr (1568-1610) | Cædmon, Saint - Seventh-century poet | Caen, University of | Cæremoniale Episcoporum | Cærularius, Michael | Cæsarea - Titular see and Armenian bishopric in Asia Minor | Cæsarea Mauretaniæ - Titular see in North Africa | Cæsarea Palestinæ - Titular see in Palestine | Cæsarea Philippi | Cæsarius of Arles, Saint - French bishop and theologian (470-543) | Cæsarius of Heisterbach - Cistercian monk (1170-1240) | Cæsarius of Nazianzus - Physician and brother of St. Gregory of Nazianzus (330-368) | Cæsar of Speyer - Friar Minor and leader of the Cæsarines (d. 1239) | Cæsaropolis - Titular see | Cagliari, Archdiocese of | Cahier, Charles - French antiquarian (1807-1882) | Cahill, Daniel William - Lecturer and controversialist (1796-1864) | Cahors, Diocese of | Caiaphas - Jewish High Priest | Caiazzo, Diocese of | Caillau, Armand-Benjamin | Cain - First-born of Adam and Eve | Cainites | Caiphas - Jewish High Priest | Caius - Third-century Christian author | Caius, John - Physician and scholar (1510-1573) | Caius and Soter, Saints - Popes | Cajetan, Saint | Cajetan, Tommaso de Vio Gaetani - Dominican cardinal, philosopher, theologian, and exegete (1469-1534) | Calabozo, Diocese of | Calahorra and La Calzada, Diocese of | Calama - Titular see in Africa | Calancha, Fray Antonio de la - Augustinian monk (1584-1654) | Calas Case, The | Calasanctius, Saint Joseph | Calasio, Mario di - Friar Minor and lexicographer (1550-1620) | Calatayud, Pedro de - Jesuit missionary (1689-1773) | Calatrava, Military Order of | Calcutta | Caldani, Leopoldo Marco Antonio - Italian anatomist and physiologist (1725-1813) | Caldara, Polidoro (da Caravaggio) - Italian painter (1492-1543) | Caldas-Barbosa, Domingo - Brazilian poet (1740-1800) | Calderon de la Barca, Pedro - Spanish dramatist (1600-1681) | Caleb | Calepino, Ambrogio - Italian lexicographer (1440-1510) | Cali, Diocese of - Located in Colombia | Caliari, Paolo - Eminent painter of the Venetian school (1528-1588) | California | California, Vicariate Apostolic of Lower - Located in Mexico | California Missions | Callières, Louis-Hector de - Thirteenth Governor of New France (1646-1705) | Callinicus - Titular see of Asia Minor | Callipolis - Titular see of Thrace | Callistus I, Pope | Callistus II, Pope | Callistus III, Pope | Callot, Jacques | Cally, Pierre | Calmet, Dom Augustin | Caloe | Caltagirone | Caltanisetta | Calumny | Calvaert, Dionysius - Painter (1540-1619) | Calvary, Congregation of Our Lady of | Calvary, Mount | Calvert, George - First Lord Baltimore, statesman and colonizer (1580-1632) | Calvert, Cecilius - Second Lord Baltimore (1606-1675) | Calvert, Charles - Third Baron of Baltimore, and Second Proprietary Governor of Maryland (1629-1715) | Calvert, Leonard - Governor of Maryland (1607-1647) | Calvert, Philip - Proprietary Governor of Maryland in 1660-1661 | Calvi and Teano, Diocese of | Calvin, John | Calvinism | Calvinus, Justus Baronius - Convert and apologist (1570-1606) | Calynda | Camachus | Camaldolese | Cámara y Castro, Tomás - Spanish bishop (1847-1904) | Camargo, Diego Muñoz | Cambiaso, Luca | Cambrai, Archdiocese of | Cambridge, University of | Cambysopolis - Titular see of Asia Minor | Camel, George Joseph | Camerino, Diocese of | Camerlengo | Cameroon | Camillus de Lellis, Saint | Camisards - Eighteenth-century French sect | Camões, Luis Vaz de | Campagna, Girolamo | Campagnola, Domenico | Campan, Jeanne-Louise-Henriette | Campaña, Pedro | Campanella, Tommaso | Campani, Giuseppe | Campbell, James - American public official (1812-1893) | Campeche | Campeggio, Lorenzo | Campi, Bernardino | Campi, Galeazzo | Campi, Giulio | Campion, Saint Edmund | Campo Santo de' Tedeschi | Camus de Pont-Carré, Jean-Pierre | Cana | Canaan, Canaanites | Canada | Canada, Catholicity in | Canal, José de la | Canary Islands, The | Canatha | Cancer de Barbastro, Luis - Dominican missionary to the New World (d. 1549) | Candace - Ethiopian queen | Candia | Candidus | Candle, Paschal | Candlemas | Candles | Candles, Altar | Candlestick, Seven-Branch | Candlestick, Triple | Candlesticks | Candlesticks, Altar | Canea | Canelos and Macas | Canes, Vincent | Canice, Saint | Canisius, Henricus | Canisius, Peter, Blessed | Canisius, Theodorich | Cano, Alonso | Cano, Melchior - Dominican bishop and theologian (1509-1560) | Canon - Ecclesiastical person | Canon - Musical term | Canoness | Canon of the Mass | Canon of the Old Testament | Canon of the New Testament | Canon Law | Canonical Hours | Canonization and Beatification | Canons, Apostolic | Canons, Collections of Ancient | Canons, Ecclesiastical | Canons and Canonesses Regular | Canons, Penitential | Canons Regular of the Immaculate Conception | Canopus | Canopy | Canopy, Altar | Canova, Antonio | Cantate Sunday | | Canticle | Canticle of Canticles | Canticle of Simeon | Canticle of Zachary | Cantius, Saint John | Cantor | Cantù, Cesare | Canute | Canute IV, Saint - Martyr and King of Denmark (d. 1086) | Capaccio and Vallo | Capecelatro, Alfonso - Archbishop of Capua (1824-1912) | Capefigue, Baptiste-Honoré-Raymond | Caperolo, Pietro | Capgrave, John | Cap Haïtien | Capharnaum | Capital Punishment | Capitolias | Capitulations, Episcopal and Pontifical | Capocci, Gaetano - Italian composer (1811-1898) | Capponi, Gino, Count | Capranica, Domenico | Caprara, Giovanni Battista | Capreolus, John | Capsa - Titular see | Captain (in the Bible) | Captivities of the Israelites | Capua | Capuchinesses | Capuchin Friars Minor | Capuciati | Caquetá | Carabantes, José de | Caracalla | Caracas | Caraffa, Vincent - Seventh General of the Society of Jesus (1585-1649) | Caraites | Caramuel y Lobkowitz, Juan | Caravaggio (Michaelangelo Morigi) | Carayon, Auguste - French author and bibliographer (1813-1874) | Carbery, James Joseph - Third Bishop of Hamilton, Ontario (1823-1887) | Carbonari | Carbonnelle, Ignatius - Professor of mathematics and science (1829-1889) | Carcassonne | Cardan, Girolamo | Cardenas, Juan - Moral theologian and author (1613-1684) | Cardica | Cardinal | Cardinal Protector | Cardinal Vicar | Cardinal Virtues | Cardinals (1913 List) | Cards, Altar | Carducci, Bartolommeo and Vincenzo | Carem | Carey, Mathew | Carheil, Etienne de | Cariati | Caribs | Carissimi, Giacomo - Italian composer (1604-1674) | Carli, Dionigi da Piacenza - Seventeenth-century Capuchin missionary | Carlisle | Carlovingian Schools | Carmel | Carmel, Mount | Carmel, Feast of Our Lady of Mount | Carmelite Order, The | Carneiro, Melchior - Missionary bishop (d. 1583) | Carnoy, Jean-Baptiste | Carochi, Horacio - Jesuit missionary to Mexico (1586-1666) | Caroline Books | Caroline Islands | Carolingian Schools | Caron, Raymond | Caron, Reneé-Edouard | Carpaccio, Vittore | Carpasia | Carpets, Altar | Carpi | Carracci | Carranza, Bartolomé | Carranza, Diego | Carreno de Miranda, Juan | Carrhae | Carrière, Joseph | Carrières, Louis de | Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton - American statesman (1737-1832) | Carroll, Daniel | Carroll, John - First American bishop (1735-1815) | | Carter, Venerable William - English martyr (1548-1584) | Carthage, Saint | Carthage | Carthage, Councils of - See African Synods | Carthusian Order, The | Cartier, Georges-Etienne | Cartier, Jacques | Carvajal, Bernardino Lopez de | Carvajal, Gaspar de | Carvajal, Juan | Carvajal, Luis de | Carvajal, Luisa de | Carve, Thomas | Caryll, John | Carystus | Casale Monferatto | Casali, Giovanni Battista | Casanare | Casanata, Girolamo | Casas, Bartolomé de las | Caserta | Casey, John | Casgrain, Henri Raymond | Cashel | Casimir, Saint | Casium | Casot, Jean-Jacques | Cassander, George | Cassani, Joseph - Spanish Jesuit (1673-1686) | Cassano all' Ionio | Casserly, Patrick S. | Cassian, John | Cassidy, William | Cassini, Giovanni Domenico - Italian astronomer (1625-1712) | Cassiodorus | Casson, François Dollier de | Cassovia | Castabala | Castagno, Andrea | Castellammare di Stabia | Castellaneta (Castania) | Castellanos, Juan de | Castelli, Benedetto | Castelli, Pietro | Castello, Giovanni Battista | Castiglione, Baldassare | Castiglione, Carlo Ottavio | Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto | Castile and Aragon | Castillejo, Cristóbal de | Castner, Caspar - Jesuit missionary to China (1655-1709) | Castracane degli Antelminelli, Francesco | Castro, Guigo de | Castro, Alphonsus de | Castro Palao, Fernando - Spanish theologian (1581-1633) | Castro y Bellvis, Guillen de | Casuistry | Caswall, Edward | Catacombs, Roman | Catafalque | Catalonia | Catania | Catanzaro | Catechesis | Catechism, Roman | Catechumen | Categorical Imperative | Category | Catenæ | Cathari | Cathedra | Cathedral | Cathedraticum | Catherick, Venerable Edmund | Catherine de' Medici | Catherine de' Ricci, Saint | Catherine of Alexandria, Saint | Catherine of Bologna, Saint | Catherine of Genoa, Saint | Catherine of Siena, Saint | Catherine of Sweden, Saint | Catholic | Catholic Benevolent Legion | Catholic Club of New York | Catholic Epistle | Catholic Knights of America | Catholic Missionary Union | Catholicos | Catholic University of America | Catholic University of Ireland | Catrou, François | Cattaro | Cauchy, Augustin-Louis | Caughnawaga | Caulet, François-Etienne | Caunus | Cause - Historischer Überblick über die verschiedenen Theorien und Ansätze | Caussin, Nicolas - French Jesuit preacher and moralist (1583-1651) | Cavagnis, Felice | Cavalieri, Bonaventura | Cavanagh, James | Cavazzi, Giovanni Antonio | Cavedoni, Celestino | Cavity, Altar | Cavo, Andres | Caxton, William | Cayes | Cayetano, Saint | Caylus, Comte de | Cazeau, Charles-Félix - French-Canadian priest (1807-1881) | Ceadda, Saint - English abbot and bishop (d. 672) | Cebú | Cecilia, Saint - Virgin and martyr; patroness of church music | Cedar - Tree | Cedar - Second son of Ismael | Cedd, Saint | Cedes | Cedron, Brook of | Cefalù | Ceillier, Rémi | Celebret | Celenderis | Celestine I, Pope Saint - Reigned 422-432 | Celestine II, Pope - Reigned 1143-1144 | Celestine III, Pope | Celestine IV, Pope - Reigned October-November 1241 | Celestine V, Pope Saint - Reigned July-December 1294 | Celestine Order | Celestines | Celibacy of the Clergy | Cella | Cellier, Elizabeth | Cellites | Celsus and Nazarius, Saints - Early martyrs | Celsus the Platonist | Celtes, Conrad | Celtic Rite, The | Cemeteries | Cemeteries in Law | Cemeteries, Early Roman Christian | Cenacle, Religious of the | Cenalis, Robert | Ceneda | Censer | Censorship of Books | Censures, Ecclesiastical | Censures, Theological | Census | Central Verein of North America, German Roman Catholic | Centre (Party), The | Centurion | Ceolwulf | Cepeda, Francisco | Ceramus | Cerasus | Ceremonial | Ceremony | Cerinthus | Certitude | Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de - Spanish author (1547-1616) | Cervantes, Salazar Francisco | Cervia | Cesalpino, Andrea - Physician, philosopher, botanist (1519-1603) | Cesarini, Giuliano | Cesena | Ceslaus, Saint | Cestra - Titular see of Asia Minor | Ceva, Thomas - Mathematician (1648-1737) | Ceylon | Chabanel, Noel - Jesuit missionary to the Hurons (1613-1649) | Chad, Saint - English abbot and bishop (d. 672) | Chadwick, James - Irish bishop (1813-1882) | Chaignon, Pierre - French Jesuit (1791-1883) | Chair of Peter | Chalcedon | Chalcedon, Council of | Chaldean Christians | Chalice | Challoner, Richard | Châlons-sur-Marne | Cham, Chamites | Chambéry | Chamberlain | Champney, Anthony - Controversialist (1569-1643) | Champollion, Jean-François - French Orientalist (1790-1832) | Champs, Etienne Agard de - Theologian and author (1613-1701) | Chanaan, Chanaanites | Chanca, Diego Alvarez | Chancel | Chancery, Diocesan | Changanacherry - Vicariate Apostolic in Travancore, India | Chant, Gregorian | Chant, Plain | Chantal, Saint Jane Frances de | Chantelou, Claude | Chantry | Chapeauville, Jean | Chapel | Chapelle, Placide-Louis | Chaplain | Chaplets (Prayer Beads) | Chaptal, Jean-Antoine | Chapter | Chapter House | Chapter and Conventual Mass | Character | Character, Sacramental | Charadrus | Chardon, Jean-Baptiste | Chardon, Mathias | Charette de la Contrie, Baron Athanase-Charles-Marie - French monarchist (1832-1911) | Chariopolis - Titular see | Charismata | Charitable Bequests, Civil Law Concerning | Charity and Charities | Charity, Theological Virtue of | Charity, Congregation of the Brothers of | Charity, Sisters of, of St. Vincent de Paul | Charity, Sisters of, of St. Vincent de Paul (New York) | Charity, Sisters of, of St. Elizabeth | Charity, Sisters of, (St. John, New Brunswick) | Charity, Sisters of, of the Blessed Virgin Mary | Charity, Sisters of, of Providence | Charity, Sisters of, of Jesus and Mary | Charity, Sisters of, of St. Louis | Charity, Sisters of, of St. Paul | Charity, Sisters of, of Our Lady Mother of Mercy | Charity, Theological Virtue of | Charlemagne | Charlemagne and Church Music | Charles V, Emperor | Charles Borromeo, Saint | Charles Martel | Charleston | Charlevoix, François-Xavier | Charlottetown | | Charron, Pierre | Charterhouse | Chartier, Alain - 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Titular see of Asia Minor | Clean and Unclean | Cleef, Jan van - Flemish painter (1646-1716) | Cleef, Joost van - Flemish painter (1520-1556) | Cleef, Martin van - Flemish painter (1520-1570) | Clémanges, Mathieu-Nicolas Poillevillain de | Clémencet, Charles | Clemens, Franz Jacob | Clemens non Papa - Composer (d. 1558) | Clement I, Pope Saint | Clement II, Pope - Reigned 1046-47 | Clement III, Pope - Reigned 1187-1191 | Clement IV, Pope - Reigned 1265-68 | Clement V, Pope - Reigned 1305-14 | Clement VI, Pope | Clement VII, Pope - Reigned 1523-34 | Clement VIII, Pope - Reigned 1592-1605 | Clement IX, Pope - Reigned 1667-1669 | Clement X, Pope - Reigned 1670-1676 | Clement XI, Pope - Reigned 1700-1721 | Clement XII, Pope - Reigned 1730-1740 | Clement XIII, Pope - Reigned 1758-69 | Clement XIV, Pope - Reigned 1769-1774 | Clement, Cæsar | Clément, François | Clement, John | Clementines | Clement Mary Hofbauer, Blessed | Clement of Alexandria - Early Greek theologian; head of the catechetical school of Alexandria (d. 215) | Clement of Ireland, Saint - 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Abbot of Glendalough, Ireland (498-618) | Coenred | Coeur d'Alêne Indians | Coffin, Edward - English Jesuit and missionary (1570-1626) | Coffin, Robert Aston - Ecclesiastical writer and bishop (1819-1885) | Cogitosus - Sixth-century Irish monk and author | Cogolludo, Diego López de - Seventeenth-century Mexican historian | Cohen, Hermann | Coimbatore, Diocese of | Coimbra, Diocese of - Located in Portugal | Coimbra, University of - University in Portugal | Colbert, Jean-Baptiste | Cole, Henry - English confessor (1500-1579) | Coleman, Edward - Controversialist, politician, and secretary of the Duchess of York (d. 1678) | Coleridge, Henry James - Writer and preacher (1822-1893) | Colet, John | Coleti, Nicola | Colette, Saint | Colgan, John | Colima | Colin, Frédéric-Louis | Colin, Jean-Claude-Marie | Coliseum, The | Collado, Diego - Sixteenth-century Spanish missionary | Colle de Val d'Elsa - Diocese in Italy | Collect | Collections | Collectivism | College | College (in Canon Law) | College, Apostolic | Collège de France, The | Colleges, Roman | Collegiate | Colman, Saint, of Kilmacduagh - Bishop of Kilmacduagh | Colman, Saint, of Templeshambo | Colman Mac Lenine, Saint | Colman, Saint, of Mayo | Colman, Saint, of Dalaradia | Colman, Saint Elo | Colman, Saint MacCathbad | Colman, Saint - A patron of Austria | Colman, Walter | Colmar, Joseph Ludwig | Cologne | Cologne, University of | Colomba of Rieti, Blessed | Colombia | Colombière, Saint Claude de la - French missionary and ascetical writer (1641-1682) | Colombo | Colombo, Mateo Realdo | Colona, Blessed Margaret | Colonia - From Volume 4 | Colonia - From Supplement Volume | Colonna | Colonna, Egidio | Colonna, Giovanni Paolo | Colonna, Vittorio | Colonnade | Colophon | Colorado | Colossæ | Colossians, Epistle to the | Colours, Liturgical | Columba, Saint - Abbot of Iona (521-597) | Columba, Saint - Spanish nun (d. 853) | Columba of Sens, Saint - Third-century martyr | Columba of Terryglass, Saint | Columbanus, Saint - Irish Abbot (543-615) | Columbia University (Oregon) | Columbus, Christopher | Columbus, Knights of | Columbus, Diocese of | Column - Architectural term for a supporting pillar | Comacchio | Comana | Comayagua | Combefis, François | Comboni, Daniel | Comellas y Cluet, Antonio - Philosopher (1832-1884) | Comgall, Saint - Founder and abbot of the Irish monas=tery at Bangor (520-602) | Commandments of the Church | Commandments of God (The Ten Commandments) | Commemoration (in Liturgy) | Commendatory Abbot | Commendone, Giovanni Francesco | Commentaries on the Bible | Commines, Philippe de | Commissariat of the Holy Land | Commissary Apostolic | Commissions, Ecclesiastical | Commodianus | Commodus | Common Life, Brethren of the | Common Prayer, Book of | Common Sense, Philosophy of | Commune, Martyrs of the Paris | Communicatio Idiomatum | Communion, Frequent | Communion, Holy | Communion Antiphon | Communion Bench | Communion of Children | Communion of Saints | Communion of the Sick | Communion Rail | Communion under Both Kinds | Communism | Comnena, Anna | Como | Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement - Seventeenth-century secret society | Compensation | Compensation, Occult | Competency, Privilege of | Compiégne, Teresian Martyrs of | Compline | Compromise (in Canon Law) | Conal, Saint | Conan, Saint | Concelebration | Concepción | Conceptionists | Conceptualism, Nominalism, Realism | Conciliation, Industrial | Concina, Daniello - Dominican preacher (1687-1756) | Conclave | Concordances of the Bible | Concordat | Concordat of 1801, The French | Concordia, Diocese of - Located in Italy | Concordia, Diocese of - Located in the United States | Concubinage | Concupiscence | Concursus | Condamine, Charles-Marie de la | Condillac, Ettiene Bonnot de | Condition | Conecte, Thomas | Conferences, Ecclesiastical | Confession - Architectural term | Confession, Lay | Confession, Sacrament of | Confession, Seal of | Confessor | Confirmation | Confiteor | Confraternity (Sodality) | Confraternity of Christian Doctrine | Confucianism | Congregatio de Auxiliis | Congregationalism | Congregational Singing | Congregations, Roman | Congresses, Catholic | Congrua | Congruism | Conimbricenses | Coninck, Giles de - Jesuit theologian (1571-1633) | Connecticut | Connolly, John | Conon, Pope - Reigned 686-687 | Conradin of Bornada | Conrad of Ascoli, Blessed | Conrad of Hochstadt | Conrad of Leonberg | Conrad of Marburg | Conrad of Offida, Blessed | Conrad of Piacenza, Saint | Conrad of Saxony | Conrad of Urach | Conrad of Utrecht | Conry, Florence | Consalvi, Ercole - Cardinal and statesman (1757-1824) | Consanguinity (in Canon Law) | Conscience | Conscience, Examination of | Conscience, Hendrik | Consciousness | Consecration | Consent (in Canon Law) | Consentius | Conservator | Consistory, Papal | Constable, Cuthbert | Constable, John - English Jesuit controversialist (1676-1743) | Constance | Constance, Council of | Constantia - Titular see of Arabia | Constantine, Pope - Reigned 708-715 | Constantine (Cirta) | Constantine Africanus | Constantine the Great | Constantine, Donation of | Constantinople | Constantinople, First Ecumenical Council of | Constantinople, Second Ecumenical Council of | Constantinople, Third Ecumenical Council of | Constantinople, Fourth Ecumenical Council of | Constantinople, Council of - Particular council held in A.D. 382 | Constantinople, Council of, in Trullo - Particular council held in A.D. 692 | Constantinople, Council of - Particular council held in A.D. 754 | Constantinople, Councils of - Three Photian synods held in 861, 867, and 879 | Constantinople, Councils of - Particular councils held in 1639 and 1672 | Constantinople, The Rite of | Constantius, Flavius Julius - Roman emperor (317-361) | Constitutions, Ecclesiastical | Constitutions, Papal | Consubstantiation | Consultors, Diocesan | Contant de la Molette, Philippe du | Contarini, Gasparo | Contarini, Giovanni | Contemplation | Contemplative Life | Contenson, Vincent - Dominican theologian and preacher (1641-1674) | Continence | Contingent | Contract | Contract, The Social (Rousseau) | Contractus, Hermann | Contrition | Contrition, Imperfect | Contumacy (in Canon Law) | Contzen, Adam - Jesuit economist and exegete (1573-1635) | Convent | Convent Schools (Great Britain) | Conventual and Chapter Mass | Conventuals, Order of Friars Minor | Conversano | Conversi | Conversion | Convocation of the English Clergy | Conwell, Henry | Conza | Cooktown | Coombes, William Henry | Copacavana | Cope | Copenhagen, University of | Copernicus, Nicolaus | Coppée, François Edouard Joachim | Coptic Literature | Coptic Persecutions | Coptic Versions of the Bible | Coptos | Coquart, Claude-Godefroi - Jesuit missionary and army chaplain (1706-1765) | Coracesium | Corbie, Venerable Ralph - English Jesuit martyr-priest (1598-1644) | Corbinian | Corcoran, James Andrew | Corcoran, Michael | Cord, Confraternities of the | Cordara, Guilo Cesare - Italian Jesuit historian (1704-1785) | Cordell, Charles | Cordier, Balthasar | Cordova - Spain | Cordova - Argentina | Cordova, Juan de | Cordova, Pedro de | Core, Dathan, and Abiron | Corea | Corfu | Coria | Corinth | Corinthians, Epistles to the | Cork, Diocese of | Cork, School of | Corker, Maurus | Cormac MacCuilenan - Irish bishop and King of Cashel (836-908) | Cornaro, Elena Lucrezia Piscopia | Corneille, Jean-Baptiste - French artist (1646-1695) | Corneille, Michel, the Younger | Corneille, Michel, the Elder | Corneille, Pierre | Cornelisz, Jacob | Cornelius - Roman centurion | Cornelius, Pope | Cornelius, Peter | Cornelius and Companions, Ven. John | Cornelius Cornelii a Lapide | Cornely, Karl Josef Rudolph | Corner Stone | Cornet, Nicolas | Cornice | Cornillon, Abbey of | Cornoldi, Giovanni Maria | Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de | Coronation | Coronel, Gregorio Nuñez | Coronel, Juan | Corporal | Corporation | Corporation Act of 1661 | Corpus Christi, Feast of | Corpus Juris Canonici | Correction, Fraternal | Correctories | Corrigan, Michael | Corrigan, Sir Dominic | Corsini, Saint Andrew | Cortés, Hernando | Cortese, Giovanni Andrea | Cortona | Corvey, Abbey of | Corycus | Corydallus | Cosa, Juan de la | Cosenza - Archdiocese in Italy | Cosgrove, Henry - Second Bishop of Davenport, Iowa (1834-1906) | Cosin, Edmund | Cosmas - Eighth-century Byzantine hymn-writer | Cosmas and Damian, Saints | Cosmas Indicopleustes | Cosmas of Prague | Cosmati Mosaic | Cosmogony | Cosmology | Cossa, Francesco | Costa, Lorenzo | Costadoni, Giovanni Domenico | Costa Rica | Coster, Francis | Costume, Clerical | Cosway, Maria | Cotelier, Jean-Baptiste | Cotenna | Cotiæum | Coton, Pierre | Cotrone | Cottam, Blessed Thomas | Coucy, Robert De | Coudert, Frederick René | Councils, Ecumenical | Councils, General | Councils, Plenary | Counsels, Evangelical | Counterpoint | Counter-Reformation, The | Court (in Scripture) | Courtenay, William | Courts, Ecclesiastical | Cousin, Germain, Saint | Cousin, Jean | Coussemaker, Charles-Edmond-Henride | Coustant, Pierre | Coustou, Nicholas | Coutances | Couturier, Louis-Charles | Covarruvias, Diego | Covenant, Ark of the | Covenanters | Covetousness | Covington | Cowl | Coxcie, Michiel | Coysevox, Charles-Antoine | Cozza, Lorenzo | Cozza-Luzi, Giuseppe | Cracow | Cracow, The University of | Craigie, Pearl Mary Teresa | Crashaw, Richard | Crasset, Jean | Craven, Augustus, Mrs. | Crawford, Francis Marion - Novelist (1854-1909) | Crayer, Gaspar de | Creagh, Richard | Creation | Creation, Six Days of | Creationism | Credence | Credi, Lorenzo di | Cree | Creed | Creed, Apostles' | Creed, Liturgical Use of | Creeks | Creighton University | Crelier, Henri-Joseph - Swiss Catholic priest (1816-1889) | Crema, Diocese of - Suffragan to Milan | Cremation | Cremona | Crépieul, François | Crescens | Crescimbeni, Giovanni Mario | Cresconius | Cressy, Hugh Paulinus Serenus | Creswell, Joseph | Crétin, Joseph | Crétineau-Joly, Jacques | Crèvecoeur, Hector St. John de | Crib | Crime, Impediment of | Crisium | Crispin, Milo | Crispina, Saint | Crispin and Crispinian, Saints | Crispin of Viterbo, Blessed | Criticism, Higher | Criticism, Historical | Criticism, Textual | Crivelli, Carlo | Croagh Patrick | Croatia | Croce, Giovanni | Croia | Croke, Thomas William | Crolly, William | Cronan - Name of several Irish saints | Crosier | Crosiers, The | Cross and Crucifix in Archæology | Cross and Crucifix in Liturgy | Cross, Daughters of the - Belgian religious congregation | Cross, Daughters of the Holy - French institute | Cross, Daughters of the | Cross, Sign of the | Cross, The True | Cross-Bearer | Cross of Jesus, Brothers of the | Crotus, Johann | Crown, Franciscan | Crown of Thorns | Crown of Thorns, Feast of the | Croyland, Abbey of | Crucifix and Cross in Archæology | Crucifix and Cross in Liturgy | Crucifix, Altar | Cruelty to Animals | Cruet | | Crutched Friars | Cruz, Ramón de la | Crypt | Csanád | Cuba | Cuenca - Diocese in Ecuador | Cuenca - Diocese in Spain | Cuernavaca | Cueva, Juan de la - Spanish poet and dramatist (1550-1607) | Culdees | Cullen, Paul | Cult, Disparity of | Culm | Cummings, Jeremiah Williams | Cuncolim, Martyrs of | Cunegundes, Blessed | Cuneo, Diocese of | Cuoq, André-Jean | Cupola | Curate | Curator | Cura Animarum | Curé d'Ars | Cure of Souls | Curia, Roman | Curityba do Parana | Curium | Curley, James - Irish-American astronomer (1796-1889) | Curr, Joseph - English priest (d. 1847) | Curry, John - Irish historian and physcician (d. 1780) | Cursing | Cursores Apostolici | Cursor Mundi | Curtain, Altar | Curubis | Cusæ | Cush | Cuspinian, Johannes | Custom (in Canon Law) | Custos | Cuthbert, Saint | Cuthbert | | Cuyabá | Cuyo, Virgin of | Cybistra | Cyclades | Cydonia | Cyme | Cynewulf | Cynic School of Philosophy | Cyprian of Toulon, Saint | Cyprian and Justina, Saints - Martyrs of Antioch (d. 304) | Cyprian of Carthage, Saint - Bishop and martyr | Cyprus | Cyrenaic School of Philosophy | Cyrene | Cyril and Methodius, Saints - Ninth-century brothers, called "the Apostles of the Slavs" | Cyril of Alexandria, Saint - Fifth-century Doctor of the Church | Cyril of Constantinople, Saint - General of the Carmelites (d. 1235) | Cyril of Jerusalem, Saint - Bishop of Jerusalem and Doctor of the Church (315-386) | Cyrrhus | Cyrus and John, Saints | Cyrus of Alexandria | Cyzicus | Czech Literature

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Dablon, Claude | Dacca | Dacier, André | Dacier, Anne | Dagon | Daguesseau, Henri-François | Dahomey | Dalberg, Adolphus von | Dalgairns, John Dobree | Dalila | Dalley, William Bede | Dalmatia - Geschichte und Kultur Dalmatiens | Dalmatic | Dalton, John | Damão | Damaraland | Damascus | Damasus I, Saint, Pope | Damasus II, Pope | Damberger, Joseph Ferdinand | Damian and Cosmas, Saints | Damien, Father (Joseph de Veuster) | Damietta | Dan | Danaba | Dance of Death | Dancing | Dandolo, Enrico | Daniel | Daniel, Anthony | Daniel, Book of | Daniel, Charles | Daniel, Gabriel | Daniel, John | Daniel and Companions, Saint | Daniel of Winchester | Dansara | Dante Alighieri | Danti, Ignazio | Danti, Vincenzo | Dantine, Maurus | Da Ponte, Lorenzo | Darboy, Georges | Dardanus | Dardel, Jean | Darerca, Saint | Dareste de la Chavanne, Antoine-Elisabeth | Darius and Chrysanthus, Saints - Roman martyrs | Darnis - Titular see of Libya | Darras, Joseph-Epiphane | Darrell, William | Dates and Dating | Daubrée, Gabriel-Auguste | Daulia | Daumer, Georg Friedrich | D'Avenant, Sir William | Davenport, Christopher | Davenport | David, Saint - Bishop and Confessor, patron of Wales | David, Armand | David, Gheeraert - Painter and illuminator (1450-1523) | David, King | | David of Dinant | Davies, Venerable William - Martyr (d. 1593) | Dávila Padilla | Dawson, Æneas McDonnell | Day, George | Day, John Charles, Sir | Day of Atonement | | Deaconesses | Deacons | Dead, Prayers for the | Dead Sea | Deaf, Education of the | Dean | Dean, William, Venerable | Dease, Thomas | Death, Dance of | Death, Preparation for | Death Penalty | Debbora | Debt | Decalogue | Decapolis | Dechamps, Adolphe | Dechamps, Victor Augustin Isidore - Belgian cardinal | Decius | Decker, Hans | Declaration, The Royal | Decorations, Pontifical | Decree | Decretals, Papal | Dedication | Dedication, Feast of the | Deduction | Deer, Abbey of | Defender of the Matrimonial Tie | Definitions, Theological | Definitor (in Canon Law) | Definitors (in Religious Orders) | Deger, Ernst | Degradation | Deharbe, Joseph | Deicolus, Saint | Dei gratia; 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Eadmer | Eanbald I | Eanbald II | East Indies, Patriarchate of the | Easter | Easter Controversy | Eastern Churches | Easterwine | Easton, Adam | Eata, Saint | Ebbo | Ebendorfer, Thomas | Eberhard, Matthias | Eberhard of Ratisbon | Ebermann, Veit | Ebionites | Ebner | Ecclesiastes | Ecclesiastical Architecture | Ecclesiastical Archives | Ecclesiastical Art | Ecclesiastical Buildings | Ecclesiastical Forum | Ecclesiasticus | Eccleston, Samuel | Eccleston, Thomas of | Echard, Jacques | Echave, Baltasar de | Echinus | Echternach, Abbey of | Echter von Mespelbrunn, Julius | Eck, Johann | Eckart, Anselm | Eckebert | Eckhart, Johann Georg von | Eckhart, Meister - Biografie | Eckhel, Joseph Hilarius | Eclecticism | Economics | Ecstasy | Ecuador | Ecumenical Councils | Ecumenism | Edda | Edelinck | Eden, Garden of | Edesius and Frumentius | Edessa | Edgeworth, Henry Essex | Edinburgh | Editions of the Bible | Edmund, Congregation of Saint | Edmund Arrowsmith, Venerable | Edmund Campion, Saint | Edmund Rich, Saint | Edmund the Martyr, Saint | Education | Educational Association, The Catholic | Education of the Blind | Education of the Deaf | Edward III | Edward Powell, Blessed - English priest and martyr (1478-1540) | Edward the Confessor, Saint | Edward the Martyr, Saint | Edwin, Saint | Edwy | Egan, Boetius | Egan, Michael | Egbert, Saint - Northumbrian monk (639-729) | Egbert - "First King of England" (d. 839) | | Egbert, Archbishop of York | Egfrid | Eginhard | Egloffstein, Frederick W. von | Egmont, Lamoral, Count of | Egoism | Eguiara y Eguren, Juan José - Mexican scholar (d. 1763) | Egwin, Saint | Egypt | Egyptian Church Ordinance | Eimhin, Saint | Einhard | Einsiedeln, Abbey of | Eisengrein, Martin | Eithene, Saint | Eithne, Saint | Ekkehard | Ekkehard of Aura | Elaea | Elba | Elcesaites | El Cid | Elder, George | Elder, William Henry | Eleazar | Elect | Election | Election, Papal | Eleutherius, Pope Saint | Eleutherius, Saint - Bishop of Tournai | Eleutheropolis - Titular see | Elevation, The | Elhuyar y de Suvisa, Fausto de - Mineralogist and chemist (1755-1833) | Eli | Elias - Old Testament prophet | Elias of Cortona | Elias of Jerusalem | Elie de Beaumont, Jean-Baptiste-Armand-Louis-Léonce | Eligius, Saint - French bishop (590-660) | Elijah - Old Testament prophet | Elined, Saint - Fifth-century virgin and martyr | Eliseus | Elisha | Elishé | Eliud, Saint | Elizabeth - Mother of St. John the Baptist | Elizabeth Ann Seton, Saint - Foundress of the Sisters of Charity (1774-1821) | Elizabeth, Sisters of Saint | Elizabeth Associations | Elizabeth of Hungary, Saint | Elizabeth of Portugal, Saint - Queen of Portugal (1271-1336) | Elizabeth of Reute, Saint - Third-order Franciscan (1386-1420) | Ellis, Philip Michael | Ellwangen Abbey | Elohim | Elphege, Saint | Elphin | Elusa | Elvira, Council of | Ely | Elzéar of Sabran | Emanationism | Emancipation, Ecclesiastical | Ember Days | Embolism | Embroidery | Emerentiana, Saint | Emery, Jacques-André | Emesa | Emigrant Aid Societies | Emiliana and Trasilla, Saints | Emiliani, Saint Jerome | Emmaus | Emmeram, Saint | Emmeram, Saint, Abbey of | Emmerich, Anne Catherine | Empiricism | Ems, Congress of | Emser, Hieronymus | Encina, Juan de la | Enciso, Diego Ximenez de | Enciso, Martín Fernández de | Encolpion | Encratites | Encyclical | Encyclopedists | Endlicher, Stephan Ladislaus | Endowment | Energy, The Law of Conservation of | Engaddi | Engel, Ludwig | Engelberg, Abbey of | Engelbert of Cologne, Saint | Engelbert | Engelbrechtsen, Cornelis | | | England (After 1558) | England, John - First Bishop of Charleston, S.C. (1786-1842) | Englefield, Sir Henry Charles, Bart. | English College, The, in Rome | English Confessors and Martyrs (1534-1729) | English Hierarchy, Reorganization of the | English Literature | English Revolution of 1688 | Ennodius, Magnus Felix | Enoch - Old Testament Patriarch | Enoch, Book of | Ensingen, Ulrich | Entablature | Enthronization | Eoghan, Saints | Epact | Eparchy | Epée, Charles-Michel de l' | Eperies | Ephesians, Epistle to the | Ephesus | Ephesus, Council of | Ephesus, Robber Council of | Ephesus, Seven Sleepers of | Ephod | Ephraem, Saint | Ephraemi Rescriptus, Codex | Ephraim of Antioch | Epicureanism | Epiklesis | Epimachus and Gordianus, Saints | Epiphania | Epiphanius | Epiphanius of Constantinople | Epiphany | Episcopalians | Episcopal Subsidies | Epistemology | Epistle (in Scripture) | Epping, Joseph | Erasmus, Desiderius | Erastus and Erastianism | Erbermann, Veit | Ercilla y Zúñiga, Alonso de | Erconwald, Saint | Erdeswicke, Sampson | Erdington Abbey | Erhard of Ratisbon, Saint | Erie | Erin, The Twelve Apostles of | Ermland | Ernakulam, Vicariate Apostolic of | Ernan, Saints | Ernst of Hesse-Rheinfels | Ernulf | Errington, William | Error | Erskine, Charles | Erthal, Franz Ludwig von | Erthal, Friedrich Karl Joseph, Freiherr von | Erwin of Steinbach | Erythrae | Erzerum (Theodosiopolis) | Esau | Esch, Nicolaus van | Eschatology - Darstellung der Eschatologie in verschiedenen Kulturen | Escobar, Marina de | Escobar y Mendoza, Antonio | Escorial, The | Esdras | Esglis, Louis-Philippe Mariauchau d' | Eskil | Eskimo | Esnambuc, Pierre Belain, Sieur d' | ESP | Espejo, Antonio | Espen, Zeger Bernhard van | Espence, Claude D' | Espinel, Vincent | Espinosa, Alonso De | Espousals | Espousals of the Blessed Virgin Mary | Essence and Existence | Essenes | Est, Willem Hessels van - Famous commentator on the Pauline Epistles (1542-1613) | Establishment, The | Estaing, Comte d' | Esther | Eternity | Ethelbert, Saint - King of the East Angles (d. 794) | Ethelbert, Saint - King of Kent (552-616) | Ethelbert - Archbishop of York | Etheldreda, Saint | Ethethard | Ethelwold, Saint | Etherianus, Hugh and Leo | Ethics | Ethiopia | Etschmiadzin | Euaria | Eucarpia | Eucharist, Introduction to the | Eucharist, as a Sacrament | Eucharist, as a Sacrifice | Eucharist, Early Symbols of the | Eucharist, Real Presence of Christ in | Eucharistic Congresses | Eucharistic Prayer | Eucharius, Saint | Eucherius, Saint | Euchologion | Eudes, Blessed Jean | Eudists | Eudocia | Eudoxias | Eugendus, Saint | Eugene I, Saint, Pope | Eugene II, Pope | Eugene III, Pope | Eugene IV, Pope | Eugenics | Eugenius I | Eugenius II (the Younger) | Eugenius of Carthage, Saint | Eulogia | Eulogius of Alexandria, Saint | Eulogius of Cordova, Saint | Eumenia | Eunan, Saint - Abbot of Iona (624-704) | Eunomianism | Euphemius of Constantinople | Euphrasia, Saint | Euphrosyne, Saint | Euroea | Europe | Europus | Eusebius, Saint - Bishop of Vercelli | Eusebius, Saint - Bishop of Samosata | Eusebius, Saint - Roman priest | Eusebius, Saint, Pope - Reigned A.D. 309 or 310 | Eusebius, Chronicle of | Eusebius Bruno | Eusebius of Alexandria | Eusebius of Cæsarea | Eusebius of Dorylæum | Eusebius of Laodicea | Eusebius of Nicomedia | Eustace, Saint - Abbot of the Monas=tery of Luxeuil (d. 625) | Eustace, John Chetwode | Eustace, Maurice | Eustachius, Bartolomeo | Eustachius and Companions, Saints - Second-century Roman martyrs | Eustathius, Saint | Eustathius of Sebaste | Eustochium Julia, Saint | Euthalius | Euthanasia | Euthymius, Saint - Abbot in Palestine (377-473) | Eutropius of Valencia | Eutyches | Eutychianism | Eutychianus, Saint, Pope | Eutychius I | Eutychius | Evagrius - Church historian (536-594) | Evagrius - Ascetical writer (345-399) | Evangeliaria | Evangelical Alliance, The | Evangelical Church | Evangelical Counsels | Evangelist | Evaristus, Pope Saint | Eve - First woman; wife of Adam | Eve of a Feast | Evesham Abbey | Evil | Evin, Saint | Evodius | Evolution, Catholics and | Evolution, History and Scientific Foundation of | Evora | Evreux | Ewald, Saints | Ewin, Saint | Ewing, Thomas | Ex Cathedra | Examination | Examination of Conscience | Examiners, Apostolic | Examiners, Synodal | Exarch | Excardination and Incardination | Exclusion, Right of | Excommunication | Executor, Apostolic | Exedra | Exegesis, Biblical | Exemption | Exequatur | Exeter, Ancient Diocese of | Exmew, Blessed William - Carthusian monk and martyr (d. 1535) | Exodus - See Pentateuch | Exorcism | Exorcist | Expectation of the Blessed Virgin Mary | Expectative | Expeditors, Apostolic | Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament | Extension - Philosophical term | Extension Society, The Catholic Church | Extra-Sensory Perception (ESP) | Extravagantes | Extreme Unction | Exul Hibernicus | Exultet | Exuperius, Saint | Eyb, Albrecht von | Eyck, Hubert and Jan van | Eycken, Jean Baptiste van | Eymard, Venerable Pierre-Julien | Eymeric, Nicolas | Eyre, Thomas | Eyston, Charles | Ezechias | Ezekiel | Ezion-geber - Idumean city | Eznik | Ezra | Ezzo

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John | Finglow, Ven. John | Finland | Finotti, Joseph M. - Italian-American Jesuit in Colorado (1817-1879) | Finnian of Moville, Saint | Fintan, Saints | Fioretti di San Francesco d'Assisi | Fire, Liturgical Use of | Firmicus Maternus | Firmilian | First-Born | First-Fruits | Fiscal Procurator | Fischer, Antonius - Cardinal-Archbishop of Cologne (1840-1912) | Fish, Symbolism of the | Fisher, Philip | Fisherman, The Ring of the | Fitter, Daniel | Fitton, James | Fitzalan, Henry | FitzGibbon, Catherine | Fitzherbert, Maria Anne | Fitzherbert, Anthony, Sir | Fitzherbert, Thomas | Fitzpatrick, William John | Fitzralph, Richard | Fitzsimon, Henry - Irish Jesuit (1566-1643) | Fitz-Simons, Thomas | Fixlmillner, Placidus | Fizeau, Armand-Hippolyte-Louis | Flabellum | Flaccilla, Ælia | Flagellants | Flagellation | Flanagan, Thomas Canon | Flanders | Flandrin, Jean-Hippolyte | Flathead Indians | Flathers, Ven. 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Haarlem | Habacuc - Old Testament prophet | Habakkuk - Old Testament prophet | Haberl, Francis Xavier - Music historian (1840-1910) | Habington, William | Habit | Habor River | Haceldama | Hadewych, Blessed | Hadrian, Publius Ælius | Hadrian | Hadrumetum | Hagen, Gottfried | Haggai | Haggith | Hagiography | Hague, The | Hahn-Hahn, Ida | Haid, Herenaus | Hail Holy Queen | Hail Mary | Haimhausen, Karl von | Hair (in Christian Antiquity) | Hairshirt | Haiti | Haito | Hakodate | Hakon the Good | Halicarnassus | Halifax | Hallahan, Margaret | Haller, Karl Ludwig von | Hallerstein, August | Halloween | Halloy, Jean-Baptiste-Julien D'Omalius | Halma, Nicholas | Ham, Hamites | Hamar, Ancient See of - Located in Norway | Hamatha | Hambley, Ven. John | Hamburg | Hamilton, Ontario, Diocese of | Hamilton, John | Hammer-Purgstall, Joseph, Baron von | Hammurabi | Hamsted, Adrian | Haneberg, Daniel Bonifacius von | Hanover | Hanse, Blessed Everald | Hansiz, Markus | Hanthaler, Chrysostomus | Hanxleden, Johann Ernest | Happiness | Haraldson, Saint Olaf - Martyr and King of Norway (995-1030) | Harbor Grace | Hardee, William J. | Hardey, Mary Aloysia | Harding, St. Stephen | Harding, Thomas | Hardman, Mary Juliana | Hardouin, Jean | Hardyng, John | Hare Indians | Harland, Henry - American novelist (1861-1905) | Harlay, Family of | Harlez de Deulin, Charles-Joseph de | Harmony | Harney | Harold, Francis | Harpasa | Harper, Thomas Morton | Harrington, Ven. William | Harris, Joel Chandler | Harrisburg - Diocese in Pennsylvania | Harrison, James | Harrison, William | Harrowing of Hell | Hart, William - English priest (1558-1583) | Hartford | Hartley, Ven. William | Hartmann, Georg | Hartmann von Aue | Hasak, Vincenz | Haschka, Lorenz Leopold | Haspinger, Johann Simon | Hasslacher, Peter | Hatred | Hatto | Hatton, Edward Anthony | Hauara | Haudriettes | Haughery, Margaret | Hauréau, Jean-Barthélemy | Hautecombe | Hautefeuille, Jean de | Hautefeuille, Jean de | Hauteserre | Haüy, René-Just | Haüy, Valentin | Hauzeur, Mathias | Havana | Havestadt, Bernhard | Hawarden, Edward | Hawes, Stephen | Hawker, Robert Stephen | Hawkins, Sir Henry | Hay, Edmund and John | Hay, George | Haydn, Johann Michael - Younger brother of Franz Joseph Haydn (1737-1806) | Haydn, Franz Joseph - Famous composer (1732-1809) | Haydock, Venerable George - English martyr (1556-1583) | Haydock, George Leo - Priest and biblical scholar (1774-1849) | Haymo of Faversham | Haynald, Lajos | Hazart, Cornelius | Healy, George Peter Alexander | Hearse, Tenebrae | Heart of Jesus, Devotion to the | Heart of Mary, Congregations of | Heart of Mary, Devotion to the | Heath, Ven. 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Thurston | Hunting, Canons on | Huntington, Jedediah Vincent | Hunyady, János | Huron Indians | Hurst, Richard | Hurtado, Caspar | Hurter | Hus, Jan | Husenbeth, Frederick Charles | Hussey, Thomas | Hussites | Hutton, Peter | Huysmans, Joris Karl - French novelist (1848-1907) | Hyacinth and Protus, Saints - Roman martyrs | Hyacinth, Saint - Dominican "Apostle of the North" (1185-1257) | Hydatius of Lemica - Chronicler and bishop (d. 468) | Hyderabad-Deccan, Diocese of | Hyginus, Pope Saint | Hylozoism | Hymn | Hymnody and Hymnology | Hypæpa - Titular see of Asia Minor | Hypnotism | Hypocrisy | Hypostatic Union | Hypsistarians | Hyrtl, Joseph | Hyssop

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William | Irenaeus, Saint | Irene, Sister | Irenopolis | Iriarte, Ignacio de | Irish, The, (in countries other than Ireland) | Irish College, in Rome | Irish Colleges, on the Continent | Irish Confessors and Martyrs | Irish Literature | Irnerius | Iroquois | Irregularity | Irremovability | Irvingites | Isaac | Isaac Jogues, Saint | Isaac of Armenia | Isaac of Nineveh | Isaac of Seleucia | Isabella I - Queen of Castile (1451-1504) | Isabel of France, Saint | Isaias | Isaura | Ischia | Isernia and Venafro | Ishmael - Son of Abraham and Hagar | Isidore of Pelusium, Saint | Isidore of Thessalonica | Isidore the Labourer, Saint | Isionda | Isla, José Francisco de | Islam (Concept) | Islam (Religion) | Isleta Pueblo | Islip, Simon | Ismael - Son of Abraham and Hagar | Ispahan | Israelites | Issachar | Issus - Titular see of Cilicia Prima | Ita, Saint | Italian Literature | Italians in the United States | Italo-Greeks | Italy | Ite Missa Est | Itineraria | Itinerarium | Ittenbach, Franz | Ives, Saint | Ives, Levi Silliman | Ivo of Chartres, Saint | Ivory | Ivrea, Diocese of | Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de Alba - Mexican historian (1568-1648)

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Proper name of God in the Old Testament | Jehu | Jemez Pueblo | Jeningen, Venerable Philipp | Jenks, Silvester | Jennings, Sir Patrick Alfred | Jephte | Jeremias - Name of several Old Testament figures | Jeremias the Prophet | Jeroboam | Jerome, Saint | Jerome Emiliani, Saint | Jerusalem (Before A.D. 71) | Jerusalem (71-1099) | Jerusalem, Latin Kingdom of (1099-1291) | Jerusalem (After 1291) | Jerusalem, Assizes of | Jerusalem, Liturgy of | Jesi | Jesu Dulcis Memoria | Jesuits, The | Jesuit Apologetic | Jesuit Generals Prior to the Suppression | Jesuits, Distinguished | Jesuits, History of the (pre-1750) | Jesuits, Suppression of the (1750-1773) | Jesuits, History of the (1773-1814) | Jesuits, History of the (1814-1912) | Jesuit's Bark | Jesus Christ | Jesus Christ, Character of | Jesus Christ, Chronology of the Life of | Jesus Christ, Devotion to the Heart of | Jesus Christ, Early Historical Documents on | Jesus Christ, Genealogy of | Jesus Christ, Holy Name of | Jesus Christ, Knowledge of | Jesus Christ, Origin of the Name of | Jesus Christ, Resurrection of | Jesus, Daughters of | Jesus and Mary, Sisters of the Holy Childhood of | Jesus Mary, Religious of | Jesus, The Society of | Jewish Tribe | Jews (as a Religion) | Jews, History of the | Jezabel | Jíbaro Indians | Joachim, Saint | Joachim of Flora | Joan, Popess - die Fabelpäpstin - The fable about a female pope, who afterwards bore the name of Johanna (Joan), is first noticed in the middle of the thirteenth century. | Joanna of Portugal, Blessed | Joannes de Sacrobosco | Joan of Arc, Saint | Job | Jocelin | Jocelin de Brakelond | Jocelin of Wells | Joel - Old Testament prophet | Joest, Jan | Jogues, Saint Isaac | John I, Pope Saint | John II, Pope | John III, Pope | John IV, Pope | John V, Pope | John VI, Pope | John VII, Pope | John VIII, Pope | John IX, Pope - Reigned 898-900 | John X, Pope | John XI, Pope - Reigned 931-935 | John XII, Pope | John XIII, Pope | John XIV, Pope | John XV (XVI), Pope | John XVI (XVII) - Antipope | John XVII (XVIII), Pope | John XVIII (XIX), Pope | John XIX (XX), Pope | John XXI (XX), Pope | John XXII, Pope | John XXIII - Antipope (1370-1419) | John, Epistles of | John, Gospel of | John and Cyrus, Saints | John and Paul, Saints - Fourth-century martyrs | John Baptist de la Salle, Saint | John Baptist de Rossi, Saint | John Beche, Blessed | John Berchmans, Saint | John Bosco, Saint | John Boste, Saint | John Britton, Venerable | John Buckley, Venerable | John Cantius, Saint | John Capistran, Saint | John Chrysostom, Saint - Great preacher and Doctor of the Church (347-407) | John Climacus, Saint | John Colombini, Blessed | John Cornelius and Companions, Venerable | John Damascene, Saint | John de Britto, Blessed | John Felton, Blessed | John Fisher, Saint | John Forest, Blessed | John Francis Regis, Saint | John Hambley, Venerable | John Ingram, Venerable | John Joseph of the Cross, Saint | John Larke, Blessed - English martyr (d. 1543) | John Malalas | John Nelson, Blessed | John Nepomucene, Saint | John of Antioch | John of Avila, Blessed | John of Beverley, Saint | John of Biclaro | John of Cornwall | John of Ephesus | John of Falkenberg | John of Fécamp | John of Fermo, Blessed | John of Genoa | John of God, Saint | John of Hauteville | John of Janduno | John of Montecorvino | John of Montesono | John of Nikiû | John of Paris | John of Parma, Blessed | John of Ragusa - Dominican theologian (1380-1443) | John of Roquetaillade (de Rupescissa) | John of Rupella | John of Sahagun, Saint | John of Saint Thomas | John of Salisbury | John of Segovia | John of the Cross, Saint | John of Victring | John of Winterthur | John Parvus | John Payne, Blessed | John Rigby, Saint | John Roberts, Saint | John Rochester, Blessed | John Sarkander, Blessed | John Scholasticus | John Shert, Blessed | Johnston, Richard Malcolm | John Stone, Blessed | John Story, Blessed | John Talaia | John the Almsgiver, Saint - Patriarch of Alexandria (550-616) | John the Baptist, Saint | John the Deacon | John the Evangelist, Saint | John the Faster | John the Silent, Saint | John Twenge, Saint - English saint (1319-1379) | Johnson, Lionel Pigot | Johnson, Blessed Robert | Johnson, Blessed Thomas | Joinville, Jean, Sire de | Joliet, Louis | Joliette | Jolly, Philipp Johann Gustav von | Jonas | Jonas of Bobbio | Jonas of Orléans | Jonathan | Jones, Venerable Edward | Jones, Inigo | Jordan, The | Jordanis | Jordanus of Giano | Jörg, Joseph Edmund | Jornandes | Josaphat | Josaphat, Valley of | Josaphat and Barlaam | Josaphat Kuncevyc, Saint - Lithuanian martyr (1580-1623) | Joseph, Saint | Joseph | Joseph Calasanctius, Saint | Joseph Calasanctius of the Mother of God, Pious Workers of Saint | Joseph of Arimathea | Joseph of Cupertino, Saint | Joseph of Exeter | Joseph of Issachar | Joseph of Leonessa, Saint | Joseph II | Joseph, Sisters of Saint | Josephites | Joseph's Society for Colored Missions, Saint | Joseph's Society for Foreign Missions, Saint | Josephus, Flavius | Joshua | Josias | Josue | Joubert, Joseph | Jouffroy, Claude-François-Dorothée de | Jouffroy, Jean de | Jouin, Louis | Jouvancy, Joseph de | Jouvenet, Jean | Jovellanos, Gaspar Melchor de | Jovinianus | Jovianus, Flavius Claudius | Jovius, Paulus | Joyeuse, Henri, Duc de | Juan Bautista de Toledo | Jubilate Sunday | Jubilee, Holy Year of | Jubilee, Year of (Hebrew) | Jubilees, Book of | Juda | Judaism | Judaizers | Judas Iscariot | Judas Machabeus | Judde, Claude | Jude, Epistle of Saint | Judea | Judge, Ecclesiastical | Judges, The Book of | Judgment, Divine | Judgment, General | Judgment, Last | Judgment, Particular | Judica Sunday | Judith, Book of | Julian and Basilissa, Saints | Julian of Eclanum | Julian of Speyer | Juliana, Saint | Juliana Falconieri, Saint - Florentine Servite (1270-1341) | | Juliana of Norwich | Julian the Apostate | Julia Billiart, Saint | Julie Billiart, Saint | Juliopolis | Julitta and Quiricus | Julius I, Pope Saint | Julius II, Pope | Julius III, Pope | Julius Africanus | Jumièges, Abbey of | Jungmann, Bernard | Jungmann, Josef | Junípero Serra - Franciscan missionary (1713-1784) | Jurisdiction, Ecclesiastical | Jussieu, De | Jus Spolii | Juste | Justice | Justification | Justin de Jacobis, Blessed | Justinian I | Justin Martyr, Saint - Christian apologist (A.D. 100-165) | Justina and Cyprian, Saints - Martyrs of Antioch (d. 304) | Justiniani, Benedetto - Theological and Biblical writer (1550-1622) | Justiniani, Nicholas | Justinianopolis | | Juvencus, C. 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| Kadlubek, Blessed Vincent | Kafiristan and Kashmir, Prefecture Apostolic of | Kafirs | Kager, Johann Matthias | Kaiser, Kajetan Georg von | Kaiserchronik | Kaiserwilhelmsland | Kalands Brethren | Kalcker, Jan Stephanus van | Kalinka, Valerian | Kalispel Indians | Kalocsa-Bacs, Archdiocese of | Kamerun, Vicariate Apostolic of | Kandy, Diocese of | Kansas | Kansas City, Diocese of | Kan-Su, Prefecture Apostolic of Southern | Kan-Su, Vicariate Apostolic of Northern | Kant, Philosophy of | Karnkowski, Stanislaw | Kaskaskia Indians | Kassai, Upper | Kauffmann, Angelica | Kaufmann, Alexander | Kaufmann, Leopold | Kaulen, Franz Philip | Kaunitz, Wenzel Anton | Kateri Tekakwitha, Blessed | Kavanagh, Edward | Kavanagh, Julia | Kearney, Diocese of | Keating, Geoffrey | Keewatin, Vicariate Apostolic of | Kehrein, Joseph | Keller, Jacob | Kellner, Lorenz | Kells, Book of | Kells, School of | Kemble, Ven. John - English martyr (1599-1679) | | Kenia - Vicariate Apostolic in Africa | Kenites | Kennedy, James | Kenneth, Saint | Kenny, Saint | Kenosis | Kenraghty | Kenrick, Francis Patrick and Peter Richard | Kent, Nun of - Nickname for Elizabeth Barton | Kentigern, Saint | Kentucky | Keon, Miles Gerard - Irish journalist (1821-1875) | Kerkuk - Chaldean Catholic diocese | Kernan, Francis | Kerry and Aghadoe | Kerssenbroch, Hermann von | Kervyn de Lettenhove, Joseph-Marie-Bruno-Constantin, Baron | Kessels, Matthias | Ketteler, Wilhelm Emmanuel, Baron von | Kevin of Glendalough, Saint | Keyes, Erasmus Darwin | Keys, Power of the | Kharput | Kiang-nan | Kiang-si, Eastern | Kiang-si, Northern | Kiang-si, Southern | Kickapoo Indians | Kickham, Charles Joseph | Kielce | Kieran, Saints | Kildare, School of | Kildare and Leighlin | Kilian, Saint | Killala | Killaloe | Kilmore | | Kingdom of God | Kingisel | Kings - Popular designation for the magi | Kings, First and Second Books of | Kings, Third and Fourth Books of | Kings, Chronology of the | Kingston | Kinloss | Kino, Eusebius | Kiowa Indians | Kirby, Blessed Luke - English martyr (d. 1582) | Kircher, Athanasius | Kirkwall | Kisfaludy | Kiss | Klaczko, Julian | Klee, Heinrich | Klesl, Melchior | Kleutgen, Josef Wilhelm Karl | Klinkowström | Klopp, Onno | Knabl, Joseph | Kneeling | Kneipp, Sebastian | Knight, Venerable William | Knighton, Henry | Knighthood | Knights of Christ, Order of the | Knights of Columbus | Knights of the Cross | Knights of Malta | Knights Templars, The | Knoblecher, Ignatius | Knoll, Albert (Joseph) | Knowledge | Knowledge of Jesus Christ | Knownothingism | Knox, John | Kober, Franz Quirin von | Koberger, Anthony | Kobler, Andreas | Kochanowski, Jan | Kochowski, Vespasian | Kögler, Ignaz - Jesuit missionary to China (1680-1746) | Kohlmann, Anthony - Educator and missionary (1771-1836) | Koller, Marian Wolfgang - Scientist and educator (1792-1866) | Konarski, Stanislaus | König, Joseph - Theologian and exegete (1819-1900) | Königgrätz - Diocese in Bohemia | Königshofen, Jacob - Medieval chronicler (1346-1420) | Konings, Anthony | Konrad ("der Pfaffe") - Twelfth-century German poet | Konrad of Lichtenau - Medieval German chronicler (d. 1240) | Konrad of Megenberg | Konrad of Würzburg | Konsag, Ferdinand | Kosciuszko, Tadeusz | Kostka, Saint Stanislas | Kottayam, Vicariate Apostolic of | Kozmian, Stanislaus and John | Krafft, Adam | Krain | Krämer, John | Krasicki, Ignatius | Krasinski, Sigismund | Kraus, Franz Xaver | Kreil, Karl | Kreiten, William | Kremsmünster | Kromer, Martin | Krzycki, Andrew | Kuhn, Johannes von | Kulturkampf | Kumbakonam | Kuncevyc, Saint Josaphat - Lithuanian martyr (1580-1623) | Kutenai Indians | Kwango | Kwang-si | Kwang-tung | Kwei-chou | Kyrie Eleison

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La Chaise, François d'Aix de | La Crosse | La Richardie, Armand de | La Roche Daillon, Joseph de | La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, The Duke of | La Rochejacquelein, Henri-Auguste-Georges du Vergier, Comte de | La Rochelle | Larrey, Dominique-Jean | La Rue, Charles de - French Jesuit orator (1643-1725) | La Salette | La Salette, Missionaries of | La Salle, John Baptist de, Saint | La Salle, René-Robert-Cavelier, Sieur de | La Serena, Diocese of | La Verna | | Laban | Labarum (Chi-Rho) | Labat, Jean-Baptiste | Labbe, Philippe | Labour and Labour Legislation | Labour Unions, Moral Aspects of | La Bruyère, Jean de | Lac, Stanislaus du | Lace | Lacedonia, Diocese of | Lacordaire, Jean-Baptiste-Henri-Dominique - Great Dominican orator (1802-1861) | Lactantius, Lucius Cæcilius Firmianus - Fourth-century Christian apologist | Lacy, Blessed William - Sixteenth-century English priest | Laderchi, James | Ladislaus, Saint | Laennec, René-Théophile-Hyacinthe | Laetare Sunday | Laetus, Pomponius | La Fayette, Marie Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne, Comtesse de | LaFarge, John - Painter, decorator, and writer (1835-1910) | Lafitau, Joseph-Françs | Laflèche, Louis-François Richer | La Fontaine, Jean de | Laforêt, Nicholas-Joseph | La Fosse, Charles de | Lafuente y Zamalloa, Modesto | Lagania | Lagrené, Pierre | La Harpe, Jean-François | La Haye, Jean de | La Hire, Philippe de | Lahore | Laibach | Laicization | Lainez, James | Laity | Lake Indians | Lalemant, Charles | Lalemant, Gabriel | Lalemant, Jerome | Lallemant, Jacques-Philippe | Lallemant, Louis | Lalor, Teresa | La Luzerne, César-Guillaume | Lamarck, Chevalier de | Lamartine, Alphonse de | Lamb, Paschal | Lamb (in Early Christian Symbolism) | Lambeck, Peter | Lambert, Saint | Lambert, Louis A. - Priest and journalist (1835-1910) | Lambert Le Bègue | Lambert of Hersfeld | Lambert of St-Bertin | Lamberville, Jacques and Jean de - Seventeenth-century Jesuit missionaries | Lambillotte, Louis - Belgian Jesuit and composer (1796-1855) | Lambin, Denis - French philologist (1520-1572) | Lambruschini, Luigi | Lambton, Ven. Joseph | Lamego | Lamennais, Félicité Robert de | Lamennais, Jean-Marie-Robert de | Lamoignon, Family of | Lamont, Johann von | La Moricière, Louis-Christophe-Leon Juchault de | Lamormaini, Wilhelm | Lampa | Lamp, Altar | Lamp and Lampadarii | | Lamps, Early Christian | Lampsacus | Lamuel | Lamus | Lamy, Bernard | Lamy, François | Lamy, Thomas Joseph | Lana, Francesco | Lance, The Holy | Lancelotti, Giovanni Paolo | Lanciano and Ortona | Land-Tenure in the Christian Era | Lando, Pope - Reigned 913-914 | Landriot, Jean-François-Anne | Lanfranc | Lanfranco, Giovanni | Lang, Matthew | Langen, Rudolph von | Langénieux, Benoit-Marie | Langham, Simon | Langheim | Langhorne, Ven. Richard | Langley, Richard | Langres - Informationen zur Heiligengeschichte Langres | Lanigan, John - Irish Church historian (1758-1825) | Lanspergius | Lantern | Lanterns, Altar | Lanzi, Luigi | Laodicea | Laos | La Paz | Laplace, Pierre-Simon - Mathematician and astronomer (1749-1827) | La Plata - Argentina | La Plata - Bolivia | Lapparent, Albert Auguste de | Laprade, Victor de | Lapsi | Lapuente, Venerable Luis de | Laranda | Lares | Larino | Larissa | Larke, Blessed John - English martyr (d. 1543) | Larrey, Dominique-Jean | Larue, Charles de | Lasaulx, Ernst von | Lascaris, Constantine | Lascaris, Janus | Laski, John | Lassberg, Baron Joseph Maria Christoph von | Lassus, Orlandus de | Last Judgment, The | Last Supper, The | Lataste, Marie | Latera, Flaminius Annibali de | Lateran, Christian Museum of | Lateran, Saint John | Lateran Councils | Lateran Council, First | Lateran Council, Second | Lateran Council, Third | Lateran Council, Fourth | Lateran Council, Fifth | Lathrop, George Parsons - 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City in Italy | Legio - Titular see of Palestina Secunda | Legists | Legitimation | Le Gobien, Charles | Legrand, Louis | Le Gras, Venerable Louise de Marillac | Le Hir, Arthur-Marie | Lehnin, Abbey of | Leibniz, System of | Leigh, Venerable Richard | Leitmeritz | Lejeune, Jean | Lelong, Jacques | Le Loutre, Louis-Joseph | Le Mans | Lemberg | Lemcke, Henry | Le Mercier, François | Lemercier, Jacques | Lemos, Thomas de | Le Moyne | Le Moyne, Simon | L'Enfant, Pierre-Charles - French engineer (1755-1833) | Lennig, Adam Franz | Lenormant, Charles | Lenormant, François | Le Nourry, Denis-Nicolas | Lent | Lentulus, Publius | Leo I (the Great), Pope - Reigned 440-461 | Leo II, Pope Saint - Reigned 682-683 | Leo III, Pope Saint - Reigned 795-816 | Leo IV, Pope | Leo V, Pope | Leo VI, Pope | Leo VII, Pope | Leo VIII, Pope | Leo IX, Pope | Leo X, Pope - Reigned 1513-1521 | Leo XI, Pope - Reigned 1605 | Leo XII, Pope | Leo XIII, Pope - Reigned 1878-1903 | Leo, Brother - Companion of St. Francis of Assisi (d. 1271) | Leocadia, Saint | Leodegar, Saint | Leo Diaconus | Leon | León | León, Luis de | Leonard of Chios | Leonard of Limousin, Saint | Leonard of Port Maurice, Saint - Preacher and ascetic writer (1676-1751) | Leonard da Vinci - Florentine painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scholar (1452-1519) | Leonidas, Saint | Leontius, Saint | Leontius Byzantinus | Leontopolis | Leopoldine Society, The | Lepanto | Leprosy | Leptis Magna | Le Puy - Diocese in France | Le Quien, Michel | Lérida | Lérins, Abbey of | Leros | Leroy-Beaulieu, Anatole - French publicist (1842-1912) | Le Sage, Alain-René | Lesbi | Lescarbot, Marc | Lesina | Leslie, John | Lesbi | Lescarbot, Marc | Lessius, Leonard | Lessons in the Liturgy | Lestrange, Louis-Henri de | Lesueur, François Eustache | Lesueur, Jean-François - French composer (1760-1837) | Lete | Le Tellier, Charles-Maurice | Le Tellier, Michel | Letourneux, Nicolas | Letters, Ecclesiastical | Leubus | Leuce | Levadoux, Michael | Levau, Louis | Le Verrier, Urbain-Jean-Joseph | Levites | Leviticus | Lex | Lezana, Juan Bautista de | L'Hospital, Michael de | Libel | Libellatici, Libelli | Liber Pontificalis | Liber Septimus | Libera Me | Libera Nos | Liberal Arts, The Seven | Liberalism | Liberatore, Matteo | Liberatus of Carthage | Liber Diurnus Romanorum Pontificum | Liberia | Liberius, Pope - Reigned 352-366 | Libermann, Ven. Francis Mary Paul | Libraries | Libri Carolini | Lichfield | Lidwina, Saint | Lieber, Ernst Maria | Lieber, Moriz | Liebermann, Bruno Franz Leopold | Liesborn | Liesborn, Master of | Liessies | Life | Ligamen | Lights | Ligugé | Liguori, Saint Alphonsus | Lilienfeld | Lilius, Aloisius | Lille | Lillooet Indians | Limbo | Limbourg, Pol de | Limburg | Limoges | Limyra | Linacre, Thomas | Linares | Lincoln - Nebraska | Lincoln - England | Lindanus, William Damasus | Linde, Justin Timotheus Balthasar, Freiherr von | Lindemann, Wilhelm | Line, Saint Anne | Linens, Altar | Lingard, John | Linköping, Ancient See of | Linoe | Linus, Pope Saint | Linz | Lippe | Lippi, Filippino - Italian painter (1458-1515) | Lippi, Filippo - Italian painter (1406-1469) | Lippomano, Luigi | Lipsanotheca | Lipsius, Justus | Lisbon | Lismore | Lismore, School of | | Lister | Liszt, Franz - Pianist and composer (1811-1886) | Litany | Litany of Loreto | Litany of the Holy Name | Litany of the Saints | Literature, English | Lithuania | Lithuanians in the United States | Litta | Little Flowers of St. Francis of Assissi | Little Office of Our Lady | Little Rock | Littré, Paul-Maximilien-Emile | Liturgical Books | Liturgical Chant | Liturgy | Liturgy of the Hours | Liturgy of Jerusalem | Liutprand of Cremona | Liverpool | Livias | Livorno - City in Italy | Llancarvan | Llandaff | Llanthony Priory | Lloyd, Saint John | Loaisa, Garcia de | Loango | Loaves of Proposition | Lobera, Ann | Loccum | Lochleven | Lochner, Stephen | Loci Theologici | Locke, Matthew | Lockhart, William | Lockwood, Venerable John | Lodi | Logia, Jesu | Logic | Logos, The | Lohel, Johann | Lohner, Tobias | Loja, Diocese of | Lollards | Loman, Saint | Loménie de Brienne, Etienne-Charles de - French cardinal and statesman (1727-1794) | Longstreet, James | Lope de Vega Carpio, Félix de | Lopez-Caro, Francisco | Lord's Prayer | Lorea - Titular see in Arabia | Lorenzana, Francisco Antonio de | Lorenzetti, Pietro and Ambrogio | Lorenzo da Brindisi, Saint | Loreto, Holy House of | Loreto, Litany of | Lorette | Lorrain, Claude de | Lorraine | Lorsch Abbey | Loryma | Los Angeles and Monterey | Lossada, Luis de - Spanish philosopher (1681-1748) | Lossen, Karl August | Lot - Nephew of Abraham | Lotti, Antonio | Lotto, Lorenzo | Loucheux | Louis IX, Saint | Louis XIV | Louis Allemand, Blessed | Louis Bertrand, Saint | Louise, Sister | Louisiana | Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort, Saint - French priest (1673-1716) | Louis of Casoria, Venerable - Friar Minor and founder of the Frati Bigi (1814-1885) | Louis of Granada, Venerable - Spanish theologian, writer and preacher (1505-1588) | Louis of Toulouse, Saint - Bishop of Toulouse (1274-1297) | Louise de Marillac Le Gras, Venerable | Louisville, Diocese of | Lourdes, Brothers of Our Lady of | Louvain, University of | Love, Theological Virtue of | Low Church | Lower California, Vicariate Apostolic of - Located in Mexico | Lower Criticism | Low Sunday | Loyola, Saint Ignatius | Loyola University (New Orleans) | Lübeck | Lublin | Luca, Giovanni Battista de | Lucas, Frederick | Lucca | Lucera | Lucerne | Lucian of Antioch | Lucic, John | Lucifer | Lucifer of Cagliari | Lucina, Crypt of | Lucius I, Pope Saint | Lucius II, Pope | Lucius III, Pope | Luçon | Lucy, Saint | Ludger, Saint | Ludmilla, Saint | Ludolph of Saxony | Ludovicus a S. Carolo | Lueger, Karl | Lugo | Lugo, Francisco de | Lugo, John de | Lugos | Luini, Bernardino | Luke, Gospel of Saint | Lulé Indians | Lully, Jean-Baptiste | Lully, Raymond - Philosopher, poet, theologian (1232-1315) | Lumen Christi | Luminare | Lummi Indians | Lumper, Gottfried | Luna, Pedro de | Lund | Lunette | Luni-Sarzana-Brugnato | Lupus | Lupus, Christian | Luscinius, Ottmar | Lusignan, Jean-Baptiste-Alphonse | Lussy, Melchior | Lust | Luther, Martin | Lutheranism | Lütolf, Aloys - Church historian (1824-1879) | Lutzk, Zhitomir, and Kamenetz, Diocese of | Luxemburg | Luxeuil Abbey | Lycopolis | Lydda | Lydgate, John | Lying | Lynch, John | Lyndwood, William | Lyons, Archdiocese of | Lyons, Councils of (Introduction) | Lyons, First Council of | Lyons, Second Council of | Lyrba - Titular see | Lysias - Titular see | Lystra - Titular see

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Maassen, Friedrich Bernard Christian | Mabillon, Jean | Mabinogion | Macao | Macarius, Saint | Macarius - Name of two fourth-century Nitrian monks | Macarius Magnes | Macarius of Antioch | McCabe, Edward | Maccabee, Judas | Maccabees, The | Maccabees, The Books of | MacCaghwell, Hugh | MacCarthy, Bartholomew - Irish scholar and chronologist (1843-1904) | MacCarthy, Denis Florence | McCarthy, Justin - Irish politician and writer (1830-1912) | MacCarthy, Nicholas Tuite | McCloskey, William George - Bishop of Louisville, Kentucky (1823-1909) | MacCuilenan, Cormac - Irish bishop and King of Cashel (836-908) | MacDonell, Alexander | MacDonald, John | Mace | Macedonians | Macedo, Francisco | Macerata and Tolentino | MacFarland, Francis Patrick | McGee, Thomas D'Arcy | MacGeoghegan, James | Machabees, The | Machabees, The Books of | Machabeus, Judas | MacHale, John | Machiavelli | Machpelah | Machutus, Saint | Mackenzie | McLoughlin, John | Maclovius, Saint | MacMahon, Heber | MacMahon, Marie-Edmé-Patrice-Maurice de | McMahon, Martin Thomas | McMaster, James Alphonsus | MacNeven, William James | Mâcon, Ancient Diocese of | McQuaid, Bernard John | Macri | Macrina the Elder, Saint | Macrina the Younger, Saint | McSherry, James Jr. | McSherry, James Sr. | McSherry, Richard | Mactaris | Madagascar | Madaurus | Maderna, Carlo | Maderno, Stefano | Madianites | Madras | Madrid-Alcalá | Madruzzi, Christopher | Madura Mission | Maedoc, Saint | Maelruan, Saint | Maelrubha, Saint | Maerlant, Jacob van | Maestro di Camera del Papa | Maffei, Bernardino - Poet, orator, antiquarian (1514-1549) | Maffei, Francesco - Italian painter (d. 1660) | Maffei, Marchese Francesco Scipione - Italian littérateur and archæologist (1675-1755) | Maffei, Raffaelo - Humanist, historian and theologian (1451-1522) | Magaud, Antoine-Dominique | Magdala | Magdalens | Mageddo | Magellan, Ferdinand - Portuguese explorer (1480-1521) | Magi | Magin Catalá | Maginn, Edward - Irish bishop (1802-1849) | Magisterium and Tradition | Magistris, Simone de | Magliabechi, Antonio | Magnesia | Magnien, Alphonse | Magnificat | Magnus, Olaus | Magnus, Saint | Magnus, Valerianus | Magrath, John Macrory | Magydus | Mahony, Ven. Charles | Mai, Angelo | Maignan, Emmanuel | Mailla, Joseph-Anna-Marie de Moyria de | Maillard, Antoine-Simon | Maillard, Oliver | Maimbourg, Louis | Maimonides, Teaching of Moses | Maina Indians | Maine | Maine de Biran, François-Pierre-Gonthier | Mainz | Maipure Indians | Maisonneuve, Paul de Chomedey de - Founder of Montreal (d. 1676) | Maistre, Joseph-Marie, Comte de | Maistre, Xavier de | Maitland | Majano, Benedetto da | Majella, St. Gerard | Majorca and Iviza | Majordomo | Majority | Majunke, Paul | Malabar | Malabar Rites | Malacca | Malachias - Old Testament prophet | Malachy, Saint | Malaga | Malagrida, Gabriel | Malatesta, House of | Malchus | Maldonado, Juan | Malebranche, Nicolas | Malediction (in Scripture) | Malherbe, François | Maliseet Indians | Mallard, Ernest-François | Mallinckrodt, Herman von | Mallinckrodt, Pauline | Mallory, Stephen Russell | Mallus | Malmesbury | Malmesbury, The Monk of | Malo, Saint | Malone, William | Malory, Sir Thomas | Malpighi, Marcello | Malta | Malta, Knights of | Maltret, Claude | Mamachi, Thomas Maria | Mame, Alfred-Henri-Amand | Mameluco | Mamertine Prison | Mamertus, Claudianus | Mamertus, Saint - Bishop of Vienne (d. 475) | Mammon | Man | Manahem - King of Israel | Manahen, Saint | Manasses | Mance, Jeanne | Manchester | Manchuria | Mandan Indians | Mandeville, Jean de | Manfredonia | Mangalore | Mangan, James Clarence | Manharter | Manichæism | Manifestation of Conscience | Manila | Manila Observatory | Maniple | Manitoba | Mann, Theodore Augustine | Manna | Manning, Henry Edward - Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (1808-1892) | Mannyng, Robert | Mansard, François | Mansard, Jules | Mansi, Gian Domenico | Mantegna, Andrea | Mantelletta | Mantua | Mantuanus, Baptista | Manu, The Laws of | Manuel Chysoloras | Manuscripts | Manuscripts, Illuminated | Manuscripts of the Bible | Manuterge | Manutius, Aldus - Scholar and printer (1450-1515) | Manzoni, Alessandro | Map, Walter | Maphrian | Maran, Prudentius | Marash | Maratta, Carlo | Marbodius | Marca, Pierre de | Marcellian and Mark, Saints | Marcellina, Saint | Marcellinus, Flavius | Marcellinus, Pope | Marcellinus Comes | Marcellinus of Civezza, O.F.M. | Marcello, Benedetto | Marcellus I, Saint, Pope | Marcellus II, Pope | Marcellus of Ancyra | March, Auzias | Marchand, Jean Baptiste | Marchant, Peter | Marchesi, Pompeo | Marchi, Giuseppe | Marcian | Marciane | Marcianopolis | Marcionites | Marcopois | Marcosians | Marcoux, Joseph | Marcus, Pope Saint | Marcus Aurelius Antoninus | Marcus Diadochus | Marcus Eremita | Mardin | Marenco | Marenzio, Luca - Composer (1550-1599) | Margaret, Saint | Margaret Haughery | Margaret of Hungary, Blessed | Margaret of the Blessed Sacrament - French Carmelite nun (1590-1660) | Margaret Clitherow, Saint | Margaret Colona, Blessed | Margaret Mary, Saint | Margaret of Cortona, Saint | Margaret of Lorraine, Blessed | Margaret of Savoy, Blessed | Margaret Pole, Blessed - Countess of Alisbury, martyr (1473-1541) | Margaritae | Margil, Antonio | Margotti, Giacomo | Maria de Agreda - Franciscan mystic (1602-1665) | Maria-Laach | Mariales, Kantes | Mariana | Mariana, Juan | Mariana Islands | Mariannhill, Congregation of the Missionaries of | Marian Priests | Marianus of Florence | Maria Theresa | Marie Antoinette - Queen of France (1755-1793) | Marie Christine of Savoy, Blessed | Marie de France - Twelfth-century French poetess | Marie de l'Incarnation, Blessed - Foundress of the French Carmel (1566-1618) | Marienberg | Marignolli, Giovanni de' - Franciscan missionary to Asia (b. 1290) | Marina, Saint | Marina | Marini, Luigi Gaetano | Marinus I, Pope | Marinus II, Pope | Mariotte, Edme | Maris, Martha, Audifax, and Abachum, Saints | Marisco, Adam de | Marius Aventicus, Saint | Marius Maximus, Lucius Perpetuus Aurelianus | Marius Mercator | Mark, Saint | Mark, Pope Saint | Mark, Gospel of | Mark and Marcellian, Saints | Mark of Lisbon | Maroni, Paul | Maronia | Maronites | | Marquette (Michigan) | Marquette, Jacques | Marquette League | Marquette University | Marriage Banns | Marriage, Civil | Marriage, History of | Marriage, Mixed | Marriage, Moral and Canonical Aspect of | Marriage, Mystical | Marriage, Putative | Marriage, Ritual of | Marriage, Sacrament of | Marriage, Validation of | Marryat, Florence - English novelist and actress (1838-1899) | Marshall, Thomas William | Marsi | Marsico Nuovo and Potenza | Marsigli, Luigi Ferdinando, Count de | Marsilius of Padua | Martel, Charles | Martène, Edmond | Martha, Saint | Martha, Maris, Audifax, and Abachum, Saints | Martial, Saint | Martiall, John | Martianay, Jean | Martianus Capella | Martigny, Joseph-Alexander | Martin I, Pope Saint | Martin II, Pope | Martin IV, Pope | Martin V, Pope | Martin | Martín, Enrico | Martin, Felix | Martin, Gregory | Martin, Konrad | Martin, Paulin | Martina, Saint | Martini, Antonio | Martini, Martino | Martini, Simone | Martinique | Martin of Braga | Martin of Leon, Saint | | Martin of Troppau | Martin of Valencia, O.F.M. | Martinov, John | Martinsberg | Martinuzzi, George | Martin y Garcia, Luis - Jesuit General (1846-1906) | Martyr | Martyr d'Anghiera, Peter | Martyrology | Martyropolis - Titular see | Martyrs, Acts of the | Martyrs, Japanese | | Martyrs in China | Maruthas, Saint | Mary, Blessed Virgin, The | Mary, Children of | Mary, Devotion to the Heart of | Mary, Devotion to the Virgin | Mary, Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary | Mary, Little Brothers of | Mary, Missionaries of the Company of | Mary, Mother of John Mark | Mary, Name of - 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Pacandus - Titular see | Pacca, Bartolommeo - Cardinal, scholar, and statesman (1756-1844) | Pachomius, Saint | Pachtler, George Michael - Controversial and educational writer (1825-1889) | Pacificus - Disciple of St. Francis of Assisi (d. 1234) | Pacificus of Ceredano, Blessed | Pacificus of San Severino, Saint | Pacioli, Lucas - Mathematician (d. 1509) | Paderborn | Padilla, Juan de | Padua | Padua, University of | Paganism | Pagano, Mario - Jurisconsult and man of letters (1748-1799) | Page, Venerable Anthony - English martyr (1571-1593) | Pagi, Antoine - French ecclesiastical historian (1624-1699) | Pagi, François - French ecclesiastical historian (1654-1721) | Pagnino, Santes | Painting, Religious | Pakawá Indians | Palæography | Palæontology | Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de | Palasor, Venerable Thomas - English martyr (d. 1600) | Palatinate, Rhenish | Palatini | Palawan | Palencia | Paleopolis | Paleotti, Gabriele - Cardinal, Archbishop of Bologna (1522-1597) | Palermo | Palermo, University of | Palestrina | Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da - Composer (1514-1594) | Paley, Frederick Apthorp | Pall | Palladio, Andrea | Palladius, Saint | Palladius | Pallavicino, Pietro Sforza | Pallium | Pallotti, Vincent Mary | Palma Vecchio | Palmer, William | Palmieri, Domenico | Palmieri, Luigi | Palm in Christian Symbolism | Palm Sunday | | Palou, Francisco | Paltus | Paludanus, Peter | Pamelius - Belgian theologian (1536-1587) | Pamiers | Pammachius, Saint | Pamphilus of Cæsarea, Saint | Pamplona | Panama | Pancratius and Domitilla, Nereus and Achilleus, Saints | Pandects | Pandulph | Panemotichus - Titular see | Pange Lingua Gloriosi | Panigarola, Francesco | Pannartz, Arnold | Pano Indians | Panopolis | Panpsychism | Pantænus | Pantaleon, Saint | Pantheism | Panvinio, Onofrio | Panzani, Gregorio | Paoli, Venerable Angelo | Papacy, The | Pápago Indians | Papal Arbitration | Papal Elections | Papal Mint | Papal Rescripts | Papal States | Paphnutius | Paphos | Papias, Saint | Papiensis, Bernardus | Papini, Nicholas | Parables | Parabolani | Paracelsus, Theophrastus | Paraclete | Paradise, Terrestrial | Para du Phanjas, François | Parætonium | Paraguay | Paralipomenon, Books of | Parahyba | Parallelism | Parallelism, Psycho-Physical | Paralus | Paraná | Parasceve | Paray-le-Monial | Pardies, Ignace-Gaston | | Paré, Ambroise | Paredes, Blessed Mary Anne de | Pareja, Francisco | Parents | Parenzo-Pola | Parini, Giuseppe | Paris | Paris, University of | Paris, Alexis-Paulin | Paris, Gaston-Bruno-Paulin | Paris Commune, Martyrs of the | Parish | Parium - Titular see in the Hellespontus | Park, Abbey of the | Parkinson, Anthony | Parlais | Parlatore, Filippo | Parma | Parmentier, Antoine-Augustin | Parmigiano, Il | Parnassus | Parochial Mass | Parœcopolis | Parochial Missions, Catholic | Parrenin, Dominique | Parsis - (Parsees) | Particular Judgment | Partnership | Paruta, Paolo | Pascal, Blaise - Mathematician and spiritual writer (1623-1662) | Pascal Baylon, Saint - Spanish Franciscan (1540-1592) | Pasch - Another name for Passover | Paschal I, Pope | Paschal II, Pope | Paschal III (Antipope) | Paschal Candle | Paschal Lamb | Paschal Tide | Paschasius, Saint - Roman deacon (d. after 511) | Paschasius Radbertus, Saint | Passaglia, Carlo | | Passerat, Joseph, Venerable | Passignano, Domenico | Passionei, Domenico | Passionists | Passion Music | Passion of Christ, Commemoration of the | Passion of Jesus Christ | Passion of Jesus Christ in the Four Gospels | Passion Offices | Passion Plays | Passions | Passion Sunday | Passiontide | Passos | Passover | Pasteur, Louis - Scientist (1822-1895) | Pasto, Diocese of | Pastor | Pastoral Epistles (Timothy and Titus) | Pastoral Staff | Pastoral Theology | Pastoureaux, Crusade of the | Patagonia | Patara | Paten | Patenson, Venerable William | Pater Noster | Pathology, Mental | Patmore, Coventry | Patmos | Patras | Patriarch | Patriarch and Patriarchate | Patrician Brothers | Patrick, Saint | Patrick's Purgatory, Saint | Patrizi, Francis Xavier | Patrology | Patron and Patronage | Patron Saints | Patronage of Our Lady, Feast of the | Patti, Diocese of | Paul, Saint | Paul I, Pope | Paul II, Pope | Paul III, Pope | Paul IV, Pope | Paul V, Pope | Paul and John, Saints - Fourth-century martyrs | Pauli, Johannes | Paulicians | Paulist Fathers | Paul of Burgos | Paul of Middelburg | Paul of Samosata | Paul of the Cross, Saint | Paul the Deacon - Historian (720-799) | Paul the Hermit, Saint | Paul the Simple, Saint | Paul-without-the-Walls, Saint | Paula, Saint | Paulinus, Saint - Archbishop of York (d. 644) | Paulinus, Saint - Bishop of Nola (354-431) | Paulinus II, Saint - Patriarch of Aquileia (730-802) | Paulinus a S. Bartholomaeo | Paulinus of Pella | Paulists | Paulus Diaconus - Historian (720-799) | Paulus Venetus | Pavia | Pavia, University of | Pavillon, Nicolas - French bishop (1597-1677) | Pax | Pax in the Liturgy | Payeras, Mariano - Franciscan missionary (1769-1823) | Pázmány, Peter | Payne, Blessed John | Peace Congresses | Peace of the Church | Peasants, War of the (1524-25) | Peba Indians | Pecham, John | Pecock, Reginald | Pectoral | Pectorale | Pectorius of Autun | Pednelissus | Pedro de Cordova | Pelagia | Pelagius I, Pope | Pelagius II, Pope | Pelagius and Pelagianism | Pelisson-Fontanier, Paul | Pella | Pelletier, Pierre-Joseph | Pellico, Silvio | Pellissier, Guillaume | Pelotas | Pelouze, Théophile-Jules | Peltrie, Madeleine de la | Pelusium | Pembroke | Peña, Francisco | Penal Laws | Peñalver y Cardenas, Luis Ignatius - Bishop of New Orleans, Archbishop of Guatemala (1749-1810) | Penance (as a Virtue) | Penance, Sacrament of | Pendleton, Henry - English controversialist (d. 1557) | Penelakut Indians | Penitentes, Los Hermanos | Penitential Canons | Penitential Orders | Penitents, Confraternities of | Penne and Atri, Diocese of | Pennsylvania | Pension, Ecclesiastical | Pentacomia | Pentapolis | Pentateuch | Pentecost | Pentecost (Jewish Feast) | Peoria | Peoria Indians | Pepin the Short | Peppergrass, Paul - Assumed name of priest-novelist John Boyce (1810-1864) | Perboyre, Blessed Jean-Gabriel | Percy, Blessed Thomas - Earl of Northumberland, martyr (1528-1572) | Percy, John | Peregrinus | Perez, Juan | Pérez de Hita, Ginés | Perfection, Christian and Religious | Pergamus | Perge - Titular see in Pamphylia Secunda | Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista - Musical omposer (1710-1736) | Pericui Indians | Périgueux | Periodi | Periodical Literature, Catholic | Perjury | Permaneder, Franz Michael | Pernter, Joseph Maria | Perpetua and Felicitas, Saints | Perpetual Adoration | Perpetual Adoration, Religious of - Founded in Brussels (1857) | Perpetual Adoration, Religious of the - Founded in Switzerland (1526) | Perpetual Adoration, Sisters of the | | Perpetual Help, Our Lady of, Sisters of | Perpetual Help, Our Lady of | Perpetual Succour, Our Lady of | | Perpignan, Diocese of | Perpignan, University of | Perraud, Adolphe - Cardinal and academician (1828-1906) | Perreyve, Henri | Perrone, Giovanni | Perry, Stephen Joseph | Persecution | Persecutions, Coptic | Perseverance, Final | Persia | Persian Rite | Persico, Ignatius | Person | Person, Ecclesiastical | Personality | Persons, Robert | Perth | Pertinax, Publius Helvius | Perugia | Perugia, University of | Perugino | Peruzzi, Baldassare | Pesaro | Pescennius Niger | Pesch, Tilman | Pescia | Pessinus | Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism | Pétau, Denis | Peter, Basilica of Saint | Peter, Chair of | Peter, Saint | Peter, Saint, Epistles of | Peter, Sarah - American philanthropist (1800-1877) | Peter, Tomb of Saint | Peter Baptist, Saint, and Twenty-Five Companions - Martyred at Nagasaki in 1597 | Peterborough | Peter Canisius, Blessed | Peter Cantor | Peter Cellensis | Peter Chrysologus, Saint | Peter Claver, Saint | Peter Comestor | Peter Damian, Saint | Peter de Blois | Peter de Honestis | Peter de Regalado, Saint | Peter de Vinea | Peter Faber, Saint | Peter Fourier, Saint | Peter Fullo | Peter Gonzalez, Saint | Peter Igneus, Blessed | Peter Mongus | Peter Nolasco, Saint | Peter of Alcántara, Saint | Peter of Alexandria, Saint | Peter of Aquila | Peter of Arbues, Saint | Peter of Auvergne | Peter of Bergamo | Peter of Montboissier, Blessed | Peter of Poitiers | Peter of Sebaste, Saint | Peter of Verona, Saint | Peter Snow, Venerable | Peterspence | Peterssen, Gerlac | Peter the Hermit | Peter Urseolus, Saint | Petinessus | Petit-Didier, Matthieu | Petra | Petrarch, Francesco | Petre, Family of | Petrobrusians | Petronilla, Saint | Petronius, Saint | Petropolis | Petrus Alfonsus | Petrus Bernardinus | Petrus Diaconus | Petrus de Natalibus | Petun Nation | Peuerbach, George von | Peutinger, Conrad | Peyto, William | Pez | Pfanner, Franz | Pfefferkorn, Johannes | Pfister, Adolf | Pflug, Julius Von | Pforta | Phacusa | Pharao | Pharbætus | | Pharsalus | Phaselis | Phasga | Phenomenalism | Philadelphia (Lydia) | Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) | Philanthropinism - Informationen zu Inhalten und wichtigen Vertretern des Philanthropismus | Philastrius, Saint | Philemon | Philip the Apostle, Saint | Philip II (Augustus) | Philip II - King of Spain (1527-1598) | Philip IV | Philip of Jesus, Saint | Philip of the Blessed Trinity - Discalced Carmelite (1603-1671) | Philip the Arabian - Third-century Emperor of Rome | Philip Romolo Neri, Saint - "Apostle of Rome" (1515-1595) | Philippi - Macedonian town in Thracia | Philippi - Titular see in Macedonia | Philippine Islands | Philippopolis - Titular see in Thracia Secunda | Philippopolis - Titular see in Arabia | | Philistines | Phillip, Robert - Priest (d. 1647) | Phillips, George | Philo Judæus | Philomelium | Philomena, Saint | Philosophy | Philoxenus | Phocæa | Phœnicia | Photinus | Photius of Constantinople | Phylacteries | Physics, History of | Physiocrats | Physiologus | Piacenza | Pianciani, Giambattista | Pianô Carpine, Giovanni da | | Piatus of Mons - Belgian theologian (1815-1904) | Piauhy | Piazza Armerina | Piazzi, Giuseppe | Pibush, John | Picard, Jean | Piccolomini, Alessandro | Piccolomini-Ammannati, Jacopo | Pichler | Pichler, Vitus | Pickering, Ven. Thomas | Piconio, Bernadine a | Picture Bibles | Picquet, François - Celebrated Sulpician missionary in Canada (1708-1781) | Pie, Louis-Edouard-Désiré | Pieck, Saint Nicholas - Friar Minor and martyr (1534-1572) | Piedmont | Piel, Peter | Pie Pelicane, Jesu, Domine | Pierius | Pierre de Castelnau, Blessed | Pierre de Maricourt | Pierron, Jean | Pierson, Philippe | Pietism | Pighius, Albert | Pignatelli, Venerable Giuseppe Maria | Pike, William | Pilar, Nuestra Señora del | Pilate, Pontius | Pilchard, Venerable Thomas | Pileolus | Pilgrimage of Grace | Pilgrimages | Piligrim | Pillar of Cloud/Fire | Pima Indians | Pinara | Pinar del Rio | Pindemonte, Ippolito | Pineda, John de | Pinerolo | Pingré, Alexandre Guy | Pinna da Encarnaçao, Mattheus | Pinto, Fernão Mendes | Pinturicchio | Pinzón, Martín Alonso | Piombo, Sebastiano del | Pionius, Saint - Third-century martyr | Pious Fund of the Californias, The | Pious Society of Missions, The | Piranesi, Giambattista | Pirhing, Ernricus | Pirkheimer | Piro Indians | Pisa | Pisa, Council of | Pisa, University of | Pisano, Andrea | Pisano, Niccola | Piscataway Indians | Piscina | Pise, Charles Constantine | Pisidia | Pistoia, Synod of | Pistoia and Prato | Pistorius, Johann | Pithou, Pierre | Pitoni, Joseph | Pitra, Jean-Baptiste-François | Pitts, John | Pittsburgh | Pityus | Pius I, Pope Saint | Pius II, Pope | Pius III, Pope | Pius IV, Pope | Pius V, Pope Saint - Reigned 1566-1572 | Pius VI, Pope | Pius VII, Pope | Pius VIII, Pope | Pius IX, Pope | Pius X, Pope Saint | Piusverein | Pizarro, Francisco | Plagues of Egypt | Plain Chant | Plantaganet, Henry Beaufort | Plantin, Christophe | Plants in the Bible | Plasencia | Plateau, Joseph-Antoine - Belgian physicist (1801-1883) | Platina, Bartolomeo | Plato and Platonism | Play, Pierre-Guillaume-Frédéric Le | | Plenarium | Plenary Council | Plessis, Joseph-Octave | Plethon, Georgius Gemistus | Plock | Plowden, Charles | Plowden, Edmund | Plowden, Francis | Plowden, Robert | Plowden, Thomas | Plowden, Thomas Percy | Plumier, Charles | Plunket, Blessed Oliver | Pluscarden Priory | Plymouth | Pneumatomachi (Macedonians) | Poetry, Hebrew, of the Old Testament | Poggio Bracciolini, Giovanni Francesco | Poggio Mirteto | Pogla | Poitiers | Poland | Polding, John Bede | Pole, Blessed Margaret - Countess of Salisbury, martyr (1473-1541) | Pole, Reginald | Polemonium | Poleni, Giovanni | Poles in the United States | Policastro | Polignac, Melchior de | Polish Literature | Politi, Lancelot | Politian | Political Economy, Science of | Pollajuolo, Antonio and Piero Benci | Polo, Marco | Polybotus | Polycarp, Saint | Polycarpus | Polyglot Bibles | Polystylum | Polytheism | Pomaria | Pombal, Marquis de | Pomerania | Pompeiopolis | Pomponazzi, Pietro | Ponce, John | Ponce de León, Juan | Poncet, Joseph Anthony de la Rivière | Pondicherry | Pontfract Priory | Pontian, Pope Saint | Pontifical Colleges | Pontifical Decorations | Pontifical Mass | Pontificale | Pontificalia | Pontigny, Abbey of | Pontius Carbonell | Pontius Pilate | Pontus | Pools in Scripture | Poona | Poor, Care of, by the Church | Poor, Little Sisters of the | Poor Brothers of St. Francis Seraphicus | Poor Catholics | Poor Child Jesus, Sisters of the | Poor Clares | Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ | Poor, Sisters of the, of St. Francis | Poor Handmaids of the Mother of God | Poor Laws | Popayán | Pope, The | Popes, Chronological Lists of the | Popes, Election of the | Popes, List of | Pope, Alexander | Poppo, Saint | Popular Devotions | Population, Theories of | Porch (or Vestibule, in Architecture) | Pordenone, Giovanni Antonio | Pordenone, Ordric of | Pormort, Ven. Thomas | Porphyreon | Porphyrius, Saint | Porrecta, Serafino | Porta, Carlo | Porta, Giacomo della | Portalegre | Port Augusta | Port-au-Prince | Porter, George | Portable Altar | Porter | Portiuncula | Portland | Port Louis | Porto Alegre | Porto Alegre | Porto and Santa-Rufina | Port of Spain | Porto Rico | Portoviejo | Portraits of the Apostles | Port-Royal | Portsmouth | Portugal | Portuguese Literature | Portuguese East Africa | Portuguese West Africa | Port Victoria | Positivism | Possenti, Blessed Gabriel | Possession, Demonical | Possevinus, Antonius | Possidius, Saint | Postcommunion | Postgate, Nicholas | Postulant | Postulation | Potawatomi Indians | Pothier, Robert Joseph | Pouget, Jean-François-Albert du | Pounde, Thomas | Poussin, Nicolas | Poverty | Poverty and Pauperism | Powel, Philip | Powell, Blessed Edward - English priest and martyr (1478-1540) | Poynter, William | Pozzo, Andreas | Pozzuoli | Prades, Jean-Martin de | Prado, Jerome de | Praelatus Nullius | Pragmatic Sanction | Pragmatism | Prague | Prague, University of | Praxeas | Praxedes and Pudentiana | Pray, George | Pray Brethren | Prayer | Prayer, Lord's | Prayer-Books | Prayer of Christ, Feast of the | Prayer of Quiet | Prayers for the Dead | Preacher Apostolic | Preachers, Order of | Preadamites | Prebend | Precaria | Precedence | Precentor | Precept | Precious Blood | Precious Blood, Archconfraternity of the Most | Precious Blood, Congregation of the Most | Precious Blood, Congregations of the | Precious Blood, Feast of the Most | Precipiano, Humbert-Guillaume de, Count | Preconization | Predestinarianism | Predestination | Preface | Prefect Apostolic | Prefecture Apostolic (Supplemental List) | Prelate | Prémare, Joseph Henri Marie de | Premonstratensian Canons | Prémontré, Abbey of | Presbyterianism | Presbytery | Prescription | Prescription in Civil Jurisprudence | Presence, Real | Presence of God | Presentation, Feast of the | Presentation, Order of the | Presentation, Religious Congregations of the | Presentation, Right of | Presentation Brothers | Presentation of Mary, Congregation of the | Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Feast of the | Prester John | Preston, Thomas | Presumption - In moral theology | Presumption - In canon law | Pretorium | Pride | Priene | Priest | Priest, Assistant | Priest, High | Priesthood | Priestly Perseverance, Association of | Priests, Confraternities of | Priests' Communion League | Priests' Eucharistic League | Primacy | Primadicci, James | Primate | Prime | Primer, The | Primicerius | Primus and Felician, Saints | Prince Albert, Diocese of | Prior | Prioress | Priory | Prisca, Saint - Roman martyr | Priscianus | Priscilla and Aquila | Priscillianism | Prisons | Prisons, Ecclesiastical | Privilege | Privileged Altar | Privileges, Ecclesiastical | Proba, Faltonia | Probabilism | Probus, Marcus Aurelius | Probus, Tarachus, and Andronicus, Saints - Martyrs of the Diocletian persecution (c. 304) | Processional, Roman | Processional Cross | Processions | Proclus, Saint - Patriarch of Constantinople | Proconnesus | Procopius of Caesarea | Procter, Adelaide Anne | Procurator | Profession, Religious | Promise, Divine | Promotor Fidei | Promulgation | Proof | Propaganda, Sacred Congregation of | Propagation of the Faith, The Society for the | Property | Property, Ecclesiastical | Property, Ecclesiastical, in the United States | Prophecy | Prophecy, Prophet, and Prophetess | Proprium | Proschko, Franz Isidor | Proske, Karl | Prosper of Aquitaine, Tiro | Protasius and Gervasius, Saints - Second-century Milanese martyrs | Protector, Altar | Protectorate of Missions | Protectories | Protestant Episcopal Church | Protestantism | Prothonotary Apostolic | Protocol | Protopope | Protus and Hyacinth, Saints - Roman martyrs | Prout, Father | Provancher, Léon Abel | Proverbs, Book of | Providence, Congregations of (I) | Providence, Congregations of (II) | Providence, Congregations of (III) | Providence, Congregations of (IV) | Providence, Congregations of (V) | Providence, Diocese of | Providence, Divine | Province, Ecclesiastical | Provincial | Provincial Council | Provision, Canonical | Provisors, Statute of | Provost | Prudence | Prudentius, Aurelius Clemens | Prudentius | Prüm | Prusias ad Hypium | Prussia | Przemysl | Przemysl, Sambor, and Sanok | Psalms | Psalms, Alphabetic | Psalterium | Psellus, Michael | Psychology | Psychotherapy | Ptolemais - Titular see in Egypt | Ptolemais - Also known as Acre | Ptolemy the Gnostic | Public Authority | Publican | Public Honesty (Decency) | Pueblo Indians | Puget, Pierre | Pugh, George Ellis | Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore | Puiseux, Victor-Alexandre | Pulaski, Casimir | Pulati | Pulcheria, Saint | Pulci, Luigi | Pullen, Robert | Pullus, Robert | Pulpit | Punishment, Capital | Puno | Purcell, John Baptist | Purgative Way | Purgatorial Societies | Purgatory | Purgatory, St. Patrick's | Purim | Puritans | Pusey and Puseyism | Pustet | Putative Marriage | Puteanus, Erycius | Putzer, Joseph | Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre | Puyallup Indians | Pyrker, Johann Ladislaus von Oberwart | Pyrrhonism | Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism - 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Quadragesima | Quadratus | Quakers | Quality | Quam singulari | Quamichan Indians | Quantity | Quapaw Indians | Quaresmius, Franciscus | Quelen, Hyacinthe-Louis De | Quem terra, pontus, sidera | Queen's Daughters | Quercia, Jacopo Della - Sculptor (1274-1438) | Querétaro, Diocese of | Quesnel, Pasquier | Quevedo, Juan de - Spanish Franciscan (b. 1519) | Quiche | Quichua Indians | Quicumque Christum Quærtis | Quierzy, Councils of | Quiet, Prayer of | Quietism | Quilon, Diocese of | Quimper, Diocese of | Quin, Michael Joseph | Quinctianus, Saints | Quiñones, Francis - Spanish Cardinal (1482-1540) | Quinquagesima - The period of fifty days before Easter | Quintana, Agustín - Missionary and Indian philologist (1660-1734) | Quiricus and Julitta - Roman martyrs | Quirini, Angelo Maria - Cardinal and scholar (1680-1755) | Quirinus, Saints | Quito, Archdiocese of | Qur'an, The

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Rabanus, Blessed Maurus Magnentius | Rabbi and Rabbinism | Rabbulas | Rabelais, François | Raccolta | Race, Human | Race, Negro | Rachel | Racine, Jean | Rader, Matthew | Radewyns, Florens | Radowitz, Joseph Maria von | Radulph of Rivo | Raffeix, Pierre | Ragueneau, Paul | Ragusa | Raich, Johann Michael | Rail, Altar | Raimondi, Marcantonio | Rainald of Dassel | Rajpootana | Râle, Sebastian | Ralph Milner, Venerable | Ralph Sherwin, Blessed | Ram, Pierre François Xavier de | Ramatha | Rambler, The - English Catholic periodical | Rameau, Jean-Philippe | Ramsey Abbey | Ramus, Peter | Rancé, Jean-Armand le Bouthillier de | Randall, James Ryder | Ransom, Feast of Our Lady of | Raphael, Saint | Raphael - Painter (1483-1520) | Raphoe | Rapin, René | Raskolniks | Räss, Andreas | Rathborne, Joseph | Ratherius of Verona | Rationale | Ratio Studiorum | Rationalism | Ratisbon | Ratisbonne, Maria Alphonse - Converted Jew (1814-1884) | Ratisbonne, Maria Theodor - Convert-priest (1802-1884) | Ratramnus | Ratzeburg, Ancient See of | Ratzinger, Georg | Rauscher | Ravalli, Antonio | Ravenna | Ravesteyn, Josse | Ravignan, Gustave Xavier Lacroix de | Rawes, Henry Augustus | Raymbault, Charles | Raymond IV, of Saint-Gilles | Raymond VI | Raymond VII | Raymond Lully - Philosopher, poet, theologian (1232-1315) | Raymond Martini | Raymond Nonnatus, Saint - Spanish Mercedarian (1200-1240) | Raymond of Peñafort, Saint - Spanish Dominican (1175-1275) | Raymond of Sabunde | Raynaldi, Odorico | Raynaud, Théophile | Raynouard, Françpois-Juste-Marie | Reading Abbey | Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist | Realism, Nominalism, Conceptualism | Reason | Reason, Age of | Recanati and Loreto | Rechab and the Rechabites | Recollection | Reconciliation, Sacrament of | Rector | Rector Potens, Verax Deus | Recusants, English | Red Sea | Redeemer, Feast of the Most Holy | Redeemer, Knights of the | Redemption | Redemption in the Old Testament | Redemptions, Penitential | Redemptoristines | Redemptorists | Redford, Sebastion | Redi, Francesco | Reding, Augustine | Reductions of Paraguay | Referendarii | Reformation, The | Reformed Churches | Reform of a Religious Order | Refuge, Cities of | Refuge, Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of the | Regale, Droit de | Regalia | Regeneration | Regensburg | Regesta, Papal | Reggio di Calabria | Reggio dell' Emilia | Regina | Regina Coeli | Reginald of Piperno - Companion of St. Thomas Aquinas (1230-1290) | Regino of Prüm | Regionarii | Regis, John Francis, Saint | Régis, Jean-Baptiste | Régis, Pierre Sylvain | Registers, Parochial | Regnault, Henri Victor | Regulæ Juris | Regulars | Reichenau | Reichensperger, August | Reichensperger, Peter | Reifenstein | Reiffenstuel, Johann Georg | Reims | Reims, Synods of | Reinmar of Hagenau | Reisach, Carl von | Reisch, Gregor | Relationship | Relatives, Duties of | Relativism | Relics | Religion | Religion, Virtue of | Religions, Statistics of | Religious Life | Religious Profession | Reliquaries | Remesiana - Titular see | Remigius, Saint | Remigius of Auxerre | Remiremont | Remuzat, Ven. Anne-Madeleine | Remy, Abbey of Saint | Renaissance, The | Renaudot, Eusebius | Renaudot, Théophraste | Reni, Guido | Rennes | Renty, Gaston Jean Baptiste de | Renunciation | Reordinations | Reparation | Repington, Philip | Repose, Altar of | Reputation (as Property) | Requiem, Masses of | Rerum Crerator Optime | Rerum Deus Tenax Vigor | Rerum Novarum | Rescripts, Papal | Reservation | Reserved Cases | Residence, Ecclesiastical | Respicius, Tryphon, and Nympha | Respighi, Lorenzo | Responsorium | Restitution | Resurrection of Jesus Christ | Resurrection, General | Rethel, Alfred | Retreat of the Sacred Heart, Congregation of | Retreats | Retz, Cardinal de | Reuben - Patriarch and Tribe of Israel | Reuchlin, Johannes | Reumont, Alfred von | Reusens, Edmond | Reuss | Revelation | Revelation, Book of | Revelations, Private | Revocation | Revolution, English | Revolution, French | Rex Gloriose Martyrum | Rex Sempiterne Cælitum | Rey, Anthony | Reynolds, William | Rhætia | Rhaphanæa | Rheinberger, Joseph Gabriel | Rhenish Palatinate | Rhesæna | Rhinocolura | Rhithymna | Rhizus | Rho, Giacomo | Rhodiopolis | Rhodo | Rhosus | Rhymed Bibles | Rhythmical Office | Ribadeneira, Pedro de | Ribas, Andrés Pérez De | Ribe, Ancient See of, in Denmark (Jutland) | Ribeirao Preto | Ribera, Jusepe de | Ricardus Anglicus | Riccardi, Nicholas | Ricci, Lorenzo | Ricci, Matteo - Founder of the Catholic missions of China (1552-1610) | Riccioli, Giovanni Battista | Rice, Edmund Ignatius | Rich, St. Edmund | Richard | Richard I, King Of England | Richard, Charles-Louis | Richard de Bury | Richard de la Vergne, François-Marie-Benjamin - Archbishop of Paris (1819-1908) | Richard de Wyche, Saint - English bishop and confessor (1197-1253) | Richard Fetherston, Blessed - English priest and martyr (d. 1540) | Richard of Cirencester | Richard of Cornwall | Richard of Middletown | Richard of St. Victor | Richard Thirkeld, Blessed - English martyr (d. 1583) | Richard Whiting, Blessed | Richardson, Ven. William - Last martyr under Queen Elizabeth (d. 1603) | Richelieu, Armand-Jean du Plessis, Duke de - Cardinal and French statesman (1585-1642) | Richmond, Diocese of | Ricoldo da Monte di Croce | Riemenschneider, Tillmann - Frankish sculptor (1460-1531) | Rienzi, Cola di | Rieti | Rievaulx, Abbey of - Founded in England in 1131 | Riffel, Caspar | Rigby, John, Saint | Rigby, Nicholas | Right | Right of Exclusion | Right of Option | Right of Voluntary Association | Rimbert, Saint - Archbishop (d. 888) | Rimini, Council of | Rimini | Rimouski | Ring of the Fisherman, The | Rings | Rinuccini, Giovanni Battista | Rio, Alexis-François - French writer on art (1797-1874) | Riobamba | Rioja, Francisco de - Spanish poet (1583-1659) | Rio Negro | Ripalda, Juan Martínez de | Ripatransone | Ripon, Marquess of | Risby, Richard | Rishanger, William | Rishton, Edward | Rita of Cascia, Saint | Rites | Rites in the United States | Ritschlianism | Ritter, Joseph Ignatius | Ritual | Ritualists | Rivington, Luke | Rizal, José Mercado | Robbers, Seven | Robbia, Andrea della | Robbia, Lucia di Simone | Robert, Saint - Founder of the Abbey of Chaise-Dieu in Auvergne (1000-1067) | Robert Bellarmine, Saint | Robert Johnson, Blessed | Robert of Arbrissel | Robert of Courçon | Robert of Geneva | Robert of Jumièges | Robert of Luzarches | Robert of Melun | Robert of Molesme, Saint | Robert of Newminster, Saint - English abbot (d. 1159) | Robert Pullus | Roberts, Saint John | Robertson, James Burton | Robinson, Venerable Christopher - English martyr (d. 1598) | Robinson, William Callyhan - Jurist and educator (1834-1911) | Rocaberti, Juan Tomás de - Spanish theologian (1624-1699) | Rocamadour | Rocca, Angelo | Roch, Saint - Miracle-working saint (1295-1327) | Roche, Alanus de la - Dominican promoter of the Rosary (1428-1475) | Rochester, Ancient See of - Located in England | Rochester, Diocese of - Located in New York | Rochester, Blessed John | Rochet | Rochette, Désiré Raoul | Rock, Daniel | Rockford, Diocese of | Rockhampton | Rococo Style | Rodez | Rodrigues Ferreira, Alexandre - Brazilian scientist and explorer (1756-1815) | Rodriguez, Saint Alphonsus | Rodriguez, Alonso | Rodriguez, Joao - Missionary and author (1558-1633) | Roe, Bartholomew | Roermond | Rogation Days | Roger, Bishop of Worcester | Roger Bacon | Roger Cadwallador, Venerable Roger of Hoveden | Roger of Wendover | Roh, Peter | Rohault de Fleury | Rohrbacher, Réné François | Rojas y Zorrilla, Francisco de | Rokewode, John Gage | Rolduc | Rolfus, Hermann | Rolle de Hampole, Richard | Rollin, Charles | Rolls Series | Rolph, Thomas - Surgeon (1800-1858) | Roman Catacombs | Roman Catechism | Roman Catholic | Roman Catholic Relief Bill | Roman Christian Cemeteries, Early | Roman Colleges | Roman Congregations | Roman Curia | Roman Processional | Roman Rite, The | Romanos, Saint - Sixth-century poet | Romanos Pontifices, Constitutio | Romans, Epistle to the | Romanus, Saints | Romanus, Pope - Reigned in 897 | Rome | Rome, University of | Romero, Juan - Missionary and Indian linguist (1559-1630) | Romuald, Saint | Romulus Augustulus | Ronan, Saint | Ronsard, Pierre de | Rood | Roothaan, Johann Philipp | Roper, William | Rorate Coeli | Rosa, Salvatore | Rosalia, Saint | Rosary, The | Rosary, Breviary Hymns of the | Rosary, Confraternity of the | Rosary, Feast of the Holy | Rosary, Seraphic | Rosate, Alberico de | Roscelin - Leben und Werk des Philosophen | Roscommon | Rosh Hashanah | Rosicrucians | Roskilde, Ancient See of, in Denmark | Roskoványi, August | Rosmini and Rosminianism | Rosminians | Ross | Ross, School of | Rossano | Rosselino, Antonio di Matteo di Domenico - Italian sculptor (1427-1478) | Rosselino, Bernardo - Italian sculptor (1409-1464) | Rosselli, Cosimo | Rossi, Bernardo de | Rossi, Giovanni Battista de | Rossi, Pellegrino - Diplomat, economist, statesman (1787-1848) | Rossini, Gioacchino Antonio - Composer (1792-1868) | Rostock, Sebastian von - Bishop of Breslau (1607-1671) | Rostock, University of - Founded in 1419 | Roswitha | Rota, Sacra Romana | Roth, Heinrich | Rothe, David | Rottenburg | Rotuli | Rouen, Archdiocese of | Rouen, Synods of | Rouquette, Adrien | Rousseau, Jean-Baptiste | Rovezzano, Benedetto da - Sculptor and architect (1490-1530) | Rowsham, Stephen | Royal Declaration, The | | Ruadhan, Saint - Sixth-century Irish saint | Ruben - Patriarch and Tribe of Israel | Rubens, Peter Paul | Rubrics | Rubruck, William | Rudolf of Fulda | Rudolf of Habsburg | Rudolf of Rüdesheim | Rudolf von Ems | Rueckers, Family of | Ruffini, Paolo | Rufford Abbey | Rufina, Saints | Rufinus, Saint | Rufus, Saint | Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza, Juan de | Ruiz de Montoya, Antonio | Ruiz de Montoya, Diego | Rule of Faith, The | Rule of St. Augustine | Rumania | Rumohr, Karl Friedrich | Rupe, Alanus de - Dominican promoter of the Rosary (1428-1475) | Rupert, Saint | Rusaddir | Rusicade | Ruspe | Russell, Charles | Russell, Charles William | Russell, Richard | Russia | Russia, The Religion of | Russian Language and Literature | Rusticus of Narbonne, Saint | Ruth, Book of | Ruthenian Rite | Ruthenians | Rutter, Henry | Ruvo and Bitonto | Ruysbroeck, Blessed John | Ruysch, John | Ryan, Father Abram J. | Ryan, Patrick John | Ryder, Henry Ignatius Dudley | Ryken, Theodore James

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Sa, Manoel de | Saavedra, Fajardo Diego de - Statesman and author (1584-1648) | Saavedra Remírez de Baquedano, Angel de | Saba and Sabeans | Sabaoth | Sabbas, Saint | Sabbatarians, Sabbatarianism | Sabbath | Sabbatical Year | Sabbatine Privilege | Sabina, Saint | Sabinianus, Pope - Reigned 604-606 | Sabran, Louis de - Jesuit (1652-1732) | Sabrata - Titular see | Sacchoni, Rainerio | Sacra Jam Splendent | Sacramentals | Sacraments | Sacrament, Reservation of the Blessed | Sacred Heart, Brothers of the | Sacred Heart of Jesus, Devotion to the | Sacred Heart of Jesus, Missionary Sisters of the | Sacred Heart of Jesus, Missionaries of the | Sacred Heart of Jesus, Society of the - Founded in Belgium | Sacred Heart of Jesus, Society of the - Founded in France | Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Congregation of the | Sacrifice | Sacrifice of the Mass | Sacrilege | Sacris Solemniis | Sacristan | Sacristy | Sadducees | Sadler, Thomas Vincent Faustus | Sadlier, Mary Anne Madden | Sadoleto, Jacopo - Cardinal, humanist, and reformer (1477-1547) | Sagalassus | Sagard, Théodat-Gabriel | Sahagún, Bernardino de | Sahaptin Indians | Sahara, Vicariate Apostolic of | Sailer, Johann Michael | Sainctes, Claude de | Saint Albans, Abbey of | Saint Albert - Diocese in Canada | Saint Andrews and Edinburgh | Saint Andrews, University of | Saint Andrews, Priory of | Saint Asaph, Ancient Diocese of | Saint Augustine, Abbey of | Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre | Saint Bonaventure, College of Saint | Saint Boniface | Saint-Brieuc | Saint-Claude | Saint Cloud | Saint-Cosme, Jean-François Buisson de | Saint-Denis, Abbey of | Saint-Denis | Saint-Dié | Saint Gall | Saint George, Orders of | Saint George's - Diocese | Saint Hyacinthe - Diocese | Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne | Saint John - Diocese | Saint John's University | Saint Joseph, Diocese of | Saint Joseph's College, University of | Saint Louis (Missouri) | Saint Louis, University of | Saint Mark, University of | Saint Omer, College of | Saint-Ouen, Abbey of | Saint Paul (Minnesota) | Saint Paul-without-the Walls | Saint Peter, Basilica of | Saint Peter, Tomb of | Saint Petersburg | Saint-Pierre and Miquelon | Saint-Simon, Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de | Saint-Simon and Saint-Simonism | Saint-Sulpice, Society of | Saint Thomas, Diocese of | Saint Thomas, University of | Saint Thomas of Guiana | Saint Thomas of Mylapur - Diocese in India | Saint-Vallier, Jean-Baptiste de | Saint-Victor, Abbey of | Saint-Victor, Achard de | Saint Vincent de Paul, Society of | Sainte Anne d'Auray | Sainte Anne de Beaupré | Sainte-Claire Deville, Charles | Sainte-Claire Deville, Henri-Etienne | Sainte-Geneviève, Abbey of | Saint-Flour | Saint Francis Mission | Saint Francis Xavier's College, University of | Saints, Canonization of | Saints, Communion of | Saints, Legends of the | Saints Vincent and Anastasius, Abbey of | Sala, George Augustus Henry | Salamanca | Salamanca, University of | Salamon, Louis-Siffren-Joseph | Salazar, Domingo de | Sale | Salem | Salerno | Salesian Society, The | Salford | Salimbene degli Adami | Salisbury, Ancient Diocese of | Saliva Indians | Salle, Saint John Baptist de la | Salmanticenses and Complutenses | Salmas | Salmeron, Alphonsus | Salome | Salt | Salta, Diocese of | Saltillo, Diocese of | Salt Lake, Diocese of | Salto | Salutati, Coluccio di Pierio di | Saluzzo | Salvatierra, Juan Maria | Salvation | Salve Mundi Salutare | Salve Regina | Salvete Christi Vulnera | Salvianus - Fifth-century Latin writer | Salzburg | Salzmann, Joseph | Sámar and Leyte | Samaria | Samaritan Language and Literature | Sambuga, Joseph Anton | Samoa | Samogitia | Samos | Samosata | Sampson, Richard - English bishop (d. 1554) | Samson - Most famous of the Judges of Israel | Samson - Abbot of St. Edmunds (1135-1211) | Samson, Saint - Bishop and confessor (d. 565) | Samuco Indians | Samuel, First and Second Books of | San Antonio, Diocese of | San Carlos de Ancud | San Gallo | Sanhedrin | San José de Costa Rica | Sánchez, Alonzo | Sánchez, Alonzo Coello | Sánchez, José Bernardo | Sanchez, Thomas | Sanctifying Grace | Sanction | Sanction, Pragmatic | Sanctity | Sanctorum Meritis | Sanctuary - A consecrated place of refuge | Sanctuary - Church architecture term | Sanctus | Sandals, Episcopal | Sandemanians | Sandeo, Felino Maria | Sander, Anton | Sander, Nicholas | Sandhurst | Sandomir | Sands, Benjamin and James U.S. Navy admirals | Sandys, Venerable John | Sanetch Indians | San Francisco | San Juan | Sankt Pölten | San León del Amazonas | San Luis Potosí | San Marco and Bisignano | San Marino | San Martino al Cimino | San Miniato | Sannazaro, Jacopo | San Salvador - Caribbean | San Salvador - Central America | San Sepolcro, Piero da | San Severino | Sanseverino, Gaetano | San Severo | Sansovino, Andrea Contucci del | Santa Agata dei Goti, Diocese of | Santa Casa di Loreto | Santa Catharina | Santa Cruz de la Sierra | Santa Fe (New Mexico) | Santa Fe (Argentina) | Santa Lucia del Mela | Santa Maria (Brazil) | Santa Maria de Monserrato | Santa Marta | Santander | Sant' Angelo in Vado and Urbania | Santarem | Santa Severina | Santiago, University of | Santiago del Estero | Santini, Giovanni Sante Gaspero | Santo Domingo, Archdiocese of | Santos, João dos | San Xavier del Bac, Mission of | São Carlos do Pinhal | São Luiz de Cáceres | São Luiz de Maranhão | | São Salvador de Bahia de Todos os Santos | São Thiago de Cabo Verde | Sappa | Sara | Sarabaites | Saragossa | Saragossa, University of | Sarajevo, Archdiocese of | Sarayacú Mission | Sarbiewski, Mathias Casimir | Sardes | Sardica | Sardica, Council of | Sardinia | Sarepta | Sarkander, Blessed John | Sarnelli, Januarius Maria | Sarpi, Paolo | Sarsfield, Patrick | Sarsina | Sarto, Andrea del | Sarum Rite | Sasima | Saskatchewan and Alberta | Sassari | Sassoferrato, Giovanni Battista Salvi da | Satala | Satolli, Francesco | Saturninus, Saint | Sauatra | Saul | Sault St. Louis | Sault Sainte Marie | Savannah | Savaric | Savary | Savigny, Abbey of | Savigny, Karl Friedrich - Diplomatist (1814-1875) | Savona and Noli | Savonarola, Girolamo | Savoy | Saxe, Jean de | Saxe-Altenburg | | Saxe-Meiningen | Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach | Saxo Grammaticus - Thirteenth-century Danish historian | Saxony | Saxony, Albert of | Scala Sancta (Holy Stairs) | Scaliger, Julius Caesar | Scalimoli | Scammon, Ellakim Parker | Scandal | Scannabecchi, Filippo | Scapular | Scaramelli, Giovanni Battista | Scarampi, Pierfrancesco | Scarlatti, Alessandro | Scarron, Paul | Scepticism | Schadow, Friedrich Wilhelm | Schaepman, Herman | Schäftlarn | Schall von Bell, Johann Adam | Schannat, Johann Friedrich | Schatzgeyer, Caspar - Inquisitor (1463-1527) | Schäufelin, Hans Leonhard | Schaumburg-Lippe | Schäzler, Constantine, Baron von | Schedel, Hartmann | Scheeben, Matthias Joseph | Scheffmacher, John James | Scheiner, Christopher | Schelble, Johann Nepomuk | Schelstrate, Emmanuel | Schenkl, Maurus von | Schenute | Scherer, Georg | Scherer-Boccard, Theodore, Count von | Schinner, Matthæus | Schism | Schism, Eastern | Schism, Western | Schlegel, Friedrich von | Schleswig | Schlör, Aloysius | Schlosser, John Frederick Henry | Schmalzgrüber, Francis Xavier | Schmid, Christoph von | Schmidt, Friedrich von - Architect (1825-1891) | Schneeman, Gerard | Schoenberg, Matthias von | Schöffer, Peter | Schola Cantorum | Scholasticism | Scholliner, Herman | Schols, Charles Mathieu | Scholz, John Martin Augustine | Schönborn | Schongauer, Martin | Schöningh | Schools | Schools, Apostolic | Schools, Clerks Regular of the Pious | Schorlemer-Alst, Burghard Freiherr von | Schott, Gaspar | Schottenklöster | Schrader, Clement | Schram, Dominic | Schrank, Franz Paula von | Schraudolph, Johann - Historical painter (1808-1879) | Schubert, Franz - Composer (1797-1829) | Schwane, Joseph | Schwann, Theodor | Schwanthaler, Ludwig von | Schwarz, Berthold | Schwarzenberg, Friedrich, Prince of | Schwenckfeldians | Schwind, Moritz von | Science and the Church | Scillium - Titular see | Scillium, Martyrs of - Killed in A.D. 180 | Scopia | Scranton - Diocese in Pennsylvania | Screen, Altar | Scribes | Scriptorium | Scripture | Scruple | Scrutiny | Sculpture | Scutari, Archdiocese of | Scythopolis | Seal | Seal of Confession, the Law of the | Seattle | Sebaste | Sebastia | Sebastian, Saint | Sebastian Newdigate, Blessed | Sebastopolis | Sebenico | Secchi, Angelo | Sechelt Indians | Sechnall, Saint | Seckau | Secret | Secret, Discipline of the | Sect and Sects | Secularism | Secularization | Secular Clergy | Sedgwick, Thomas | Sedia Gestatoria | Sedilia | Seduction | Sedulius - Fifth-century Christian poet | Seekers - Obscure Puritan sect | Seelos, Francis X. | Seerth - Chaldean see | Séez | Seghers, Charles John - "Apostle of Alaska" (1839-1886) | Segneri, Paolo - Italian Jesuit (1624-1694) | Segni | Segorbe | Segovia | Ségur, Louis Gaston de | Ségur, Sophie Rostopchine, Comtesse de - French writer (1797-1874) | Sehna, Diocese of | Seidl, Johann Gabriel | Seitz, Alexander Maximilian | Sejny, Diocese of | Sekanais - Indian tribe | Seleucia Pieria | Seleucia Trachea | Seleucians - Gnostic sect | Seleucids | Self-Defense | Selgas y Carrasco, José | Selge | Selinus | Selvaggio, Giulio Lorenzo | Selymbria | Sem | Semiarians and Semiarianism | Seminary, Ecclesiastical | Semipelagianism | Semites | Semitic Epigraphy | | Semmes, Raphael | Seña, Balthasar | Senan, Saint | Señan, José Francisco de Paula | Sénanque | Seneca Indians | Senefelder, Aloys | Senegambia | Sennen and Abdon, Saints - Persian martyrs under Decius (c. A.D. 250) | Sens | Sens, Councils of | Sentence | Septimius Severus | Septuagesima | Septuagint Version | Sepulchre, Holy | Serajevo, Archdiocese of | Seraphic Crown | Seraphim | Seraphin of Montegranaro, Saint | Seraphina Sforza, Blessed | Serapion, Saint - Second-century Bishop of Antioch | Serena, Diocese of La | Sergeant, John | Sergeant, Ven. Richard | Sergiopolis | Sergius and Bacchus - Martyrs (d. 303) | Sergius I, Pope Saint - Reigned 687-701 | Sergius II, Pope - Reigned 844-847 | Sergius III, Pope - Reigned 904-911 | Sergius IV, Pope - Reigned 1009-1012 | Seripando, Girolamo | Seroux d'Agincourt, Jean-Baptiste-Louis-George | Serpieri, Alessandro | Serra, Junípero - Franciscan missionary (1713-1784) | Serrae | Servants of Mary (Order of Servites) | Servants of the Most Blessed Sacrament | Servia | Servites, Order of | Servus servorum Dei | Sessa-Aurunca | Setebo Indians | Seton, Saint Elizabeth Ann - Foundress of the Sisters of Charity (1774-1821) | Seton, William | Settignano, Desiderio da | Settlement, Act of (Irish) | Seven-Branch Candlestick | Seven Deacons | Seven Robbers | Seven Sleepers of Ephesus, The | Seventh-Day Adventists - See Adventists | Severian | Severinus, Pope - Reigned May-August 640 | Severus, Alexander | Severus Sanctus Endelechus | Sévigné, Madame de | Seville | Seville, University of | Sexagesima | Sexburga, Saint | Sext | Sexton | Sfondrati, Celestino | Sforza, Blessed Seraphina | | Shammai | Shan-si, Vicariate Apostolic of Northern | Shan-si, Vicariate Apostolic of Southern | Shan-tung, Vicariate Apostolic of Eastern | Shan-tung, Vicariate Apostolic of Northern | Shan-tung, Vicariate Apostolic of Southern | Sharpe, James - English priest (1577-1630) | Shea, John Dawson Gilmary - American historian (1824-1892) | Sheil, Richard Lalor | Sheldon, Edward - Translator (1599-1687) | Shelley, Richard | Shem | Shen-si, Northern | Shen-si, Southern | Shepherd, John - English musical composer (1512-1563) | Sherborne Abbey | Sherbrooke | Sheridan, Philip Henry | Sherson, Martin | Shert, Blessed John | Sherwin, Blessed Ralph - English martyr (1550-1581) | Sherwood, Blessed Thomas - English martyr (1551-1578) | Sherwood, William - Bishop of Meath (d. 1482) | Shewbreads | Shields, James | Shi-koku | Shire | Shirley, James - English poet and dramatist (1596-1666) | Shrewsbury | Shrines of Our Lady and the Saints in Great Britain and Ireland | Shroud of Turin | Shrovetide | Shuswap Indians | Siam | Sibbel, Joseph | Siberia | Sibour, Marie-Dominique-Auguste | Sibylline Oracles | Sicard | Sicca Veneria | Sichem | Sicilian Vespers | Sicily | Sick, Anointing of the | Side, Altar | Sidon - Easter Catholic See in Syria | | Sidonius Apollinaris | Sidyma | Siena | Siena, University of | Sieni, Cyril | Sierra Leone | Sigebert of Gembloux | Siger of Brabant | Sigismund | Sign of the Cross | Signorelli, Luca | Sigüenza | Sikhism | Silandus | Silence | Silesia | Siletz Indians | Siloe | Silveira, Ven. Goncalo da | Silverius, Pope Saint - Reigned 536-537 | Silvester, Francis | Silvia, Saint | Simeon | Simeon, Holy | Simeon, Canticle of | Simeon of Durham | Simeon Stylites the Elder, Saint - Famous "pillar hermit" | Simeon Stylites the Younger, Saint | Simla | Simon the Apostle, Saint | Simonians | Simon Magus | Simon of Cascia - Italian preacher and writer (d. 1348) | Simon of Cramaud - French bishop (1360-1422) | Simon of Cremona - Augustinian writer and preacher (d. 1390) | | Simon of Tournai | Simon Peter | Simon Stock, Saint | Simone da Orsenigo | Simony | Simplicius, Pope Saint - Reigned 468-483 | Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrice | Simpson, Richard | Sin | Sinai | Sinaiticus, Codex | Sinaloa | Singing, Congregational | Sinigaglia | Sinis | Sinope | Sion - Titular see in Asia Minor | Sion - Diocese in Switzerland | Sioux City | Sioux Falls | Sioux Indians | Sipibo Indians | Sirach, Book of | Siricius, Pope Saint - Reigned 384-399 | Sirleto, Gugliemo | Sirmium | Sirmond, Jacques | Sisinnius, Pope | Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, Ohio | Sisters of the Little Company of Mary | Sistine Choir | Sitifis | Sitjar, Buenaventura | Siunia | Six Days of Creation | Skara, Ancient See of - Located in Sweden | Skarga, Peter | Skoda, Josef | Slander | Slavery and Christianity | Slavery, Ethical Aspect of | Slaves | Slavonic Language and Liturgy | Slavs, The | Slavs in America | Slomšek, Anton Martin | Slotanus, John | Sloth | Slythurst, Thomas | Smalkaldic League | Smaragdus, Ardo | Smith, James | Smith, Richard - Bishop of Chalcedon (1568-1655) | Smith, Richard - English scholar (1500-1563) | Smith, Thomas Kilby | Smits, William - Orientalist and exegete (1704-1770) | Smyrna | Snorri Sturluson | Snow, Venerable Peter | Sobaipura Indians | Sobieski, John | Social Contract, The (Rousseau) | Socialism | Socialistic Communities | Societies, Catholic | Societies, Catholic, American Federation of | Societies, Secret | Society | Society, The Catholic Church Extension | Society of Foreign Missions of Paris | Society of Jesus, The | Society of the Blessed Sacrament, The | Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, The | Sociology | Socinianism | Socorro - Diocese in Colombia | Socrates - Fourth-century Church historian | Socrates - Greek philosopher (469-399 B.C) - Leben und Werk Sokrates | Sodality | Sodality (Confraternity) | Sodor and Man - Ancient diocese | Soissons | Solanus, Saint Francis - Franciscan missionary to South America (1549-1610) | Solari | Solemnity | Solesmes | Soli | Solicitation | Solimôes Superiore | Solomon | Solomon, Psalms of | Solomon Islands, Northern | Solomon Islands, Southern | Solsona | Somaliland | Somaschi | Somerset, Thomas | Song, Religious | Songish Indians | Sonnius, Franciscus | Son of God | Son of Man | Sonora | Sophene | Sophists | Sophonias | Sophronius | Sora | Sorbait, Paul de | Sorbonne | Sorin, Edward | Sorrento | Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Feast of the Seven | Soter and Caius, Saints - Popes | Soto, Dominic | Soul | Soul, Faculties of the | South American College in Rome, The | South Carolina | Southerne, Venerable William | Southwark | Southwell, Venerable Robert | Southworth, Saint John | Sovana and Pitigliano | Sozopolis | Sozusa | Space | Spagni, Andrea | Spain | Spalato-Macarsca (Salona) | Spalding, Martin John - Seventh Archbishop of Baltimore (1810-1872) | Spallanzani | Spanish-American Literature | Spanish-American Universities | Spanish Armada, The | Spanish Language and Literature | Sparta | Species | Speckbacher, Josef | Speculation | Spedalleri, Nicola | Spee, Friedrich Von | Speed, Blessed John | Spencer, The Hon. 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Anna Maria | Tait Indians | Takkali | Talbot, James | Talbot, John | Talbot, Peter | Talbot, Thomas Joseph | Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles-Maurice de - Prince of Benevento, Bishop of Autun, French minister and ambassador (1754-1838) | Tallis, Thomas - English composer (1514-1585) | Talmud | Talon, Jean | Talon, Nicolas | Talon, Pierre | Tamanac Indians | Tamassus | Tamaulipas | Tamburini, Michelangelo | Tamburini, Thomas | Tametsi | Tamisier, Marie-Marthe-Baptistine | Tanagra | Tancred | Taney, Roger Brooke | Tanguay, Cyprien | Tanis | Tanner, Adam | Tanner, Conrad | Tanner, Edmund | Tanner, Matthias | Tantum Ergo | Tanucci, Bernardo | Taoism | Taos Pueblo | Taparelli, Aloysius | Tapestry | Tapis, Esteban | Tarabotti, Helena | Tarachus, Probus, and Andronicus, Saints - Martyrs of the Diocletian persecution (c. 304) | Taranto | Tarapacá | Tarasius, Saint | Tarazona | Tarbes | Tarentaise | Targum | Tarisel, Pierre | Tarnow | Tarquini, Camillus | Tarragona | Tarsicius, Saint - Roman martyr | Tarsus | Tartaglia, Nicolò | Tartini, Giuseppe | Taschereau, Elzéar-Alexandre | Tassach, Saint - Irish saint (d. 497) | Tassé, Joseph | Tassin, René-Prosper | Tasso, Torquato | Tassoni, Alessandro | Tatian | Tatwin, Saint | Taubaté | Tauler, John | Taunton, Ethelred | Taverner, John - English composer (1475-1535) | Tavistock Abbey | Tavium | Taxa Innocentiana | Taxster, John de | Taylor, Frances Margaret | Taylor, Ven. 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French priest (1017-1066) | | Theocracy | Theodard, Saint | Theodicy | Theodore I, Pope | Theodore II, Pope | | Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia | Theodore of Amasea, Saint | Theodore of Studium, Saint | Theodoret | Theodoric (Thierry) of Chartres | Theodoric the Great | Theodorus and Theophanes, Saints | Theodorus Lector | Theodosiopolis | Theodosius I | Theodosius Florentini | Theodotus of Ancyra, Saint | Theodulf | Theology, Ascetical | Theology, Dogmatic | Theology, History of Dogmatic | Theology, Moral | Theology, Mystical | Theology, Pastoral | Theology of Christ (Christology) | Theonas | Theophanes, Saint - Chronicler (758-817) | Theophanes Kerameus - Twelfth-century archbishop and writer | Théophane Vénard - French missionary (1829-1861) | Theophilanthropists | Theophilus - Second-century Bishop of Antioch | Theophilus - Fourth-century Patriarch of Alexandria | Theosophy | Theotocopuli, Domenico | Thera (Santorin) | Thérèse of Lisieux, Saint | Thermae Basilicae | Thermopylae | Thessalonians, Epistles to the | Thessalonica | Theveste | Thibaris | Thierry of Freburg | Thiers, Louis-Adolphe | Thignica | Thijm, Joseph Albert Alberdingk | Thijm, Peter Paul Maria Alberdingk | Thimelby, Richard | Third Orders | Thirty Years War | Thmuis - 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Nicholas | Tichborne, Ven. Thomas | Ticonius | Ticuna Indians | Tieffentaller, Joseph | Tiepolo | Tierney, Mark Aloysius | Tigris, Saint - Sister of St. Patrick | Tillemont, Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de | Tilly, Johannes Tserclæs, Count of | Timbrias | Time | Timothy and Symphorian, Saints - Martyrs | Timothy and Titus, Epistles to | Timucua Indians | Tincker, Mary Agnes | Tingis | Tinin | Tinos and Mykonos | Tintern Abbey | Tintoretto, Il | Tipasa | Tiraboschi, Girolamo | Tiraspol | Tisio da Garofalo, Benvenuto | Tissot, James | Tithes | Tithes, Lay | Titian | Titopolis | Titulus | Titus, Bishop of Bostra | Titus | Titus and Timothy, Epistles to | Tius | Tivoli | Tlaxcala | Tlos | Toaldo, Giuseppe | Toba Indians | Tobias - Name of various persons and a book in the Bible | Tocqueville, Charles-Alexis-Henri-Maurice-Clerel de | Todi | Tokio | Toledo (Spain) | Toledo (Ohio) | Toledo, Francisco | Tolentino and Macerata | Toleration, History of | Toleration, Religious | Tolomei, John Baptist - Jesuit theologian and cardinal (1653-1726) | Tomb | Tomb of the Blessed Virgin Mary | Tomb, Altar | Tomi | Tommasi, Blessed Giuseppe Maria | Tongerloo, Abbey of - Founded in 1128 near Antwerp, Belgium | Tongiorgi, Salvator - Italian philosopher (1820-1865) | Tongues, Gift of | Tonica Indians | Tonkawa Indians | Tonsure | Tootell, Hugh | Torah | Torbido, Francesco | Tornielli, Girolamo Francesco | Torone | Toronto | Torquemada, Tomás de - Grand Inquisitor of Spain (1420-1498) | Torres, Francisco - Hellenist and polemicist (1509-1584) | Torres Naharro, Bartolemé de | Torricelli, Evangelista | Torrubia, José | Tortona | Tortosa | Toscanella and Viterbo | Toscanelli, Paolo dal Pozzo | Tosephta | Tostado, Alonso | Tosti, Luigi | Totemism | Totonac Indians | Touchet, George Anselm | Toulouse | Tournai | Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de | Tournély, Honoré | Tournon, Charles-Thomas Maillard de | Touron, Antoine | | Toustain, Charles-François | Tower of Babel | Tracy, Alexandre de Prouville, Marquis de | Tradition and Living Magisterium | Traditionalism | Traducianism | Trajan | Trajanopolis - Rhodope | Trajanopolis - Phrygia Pacatiana | Tralles | Trani and Barletta | Transcendentalism | Transept | Transfiguration | Transfiguration of Christ, Feast of the | Transvaal | Transylvania | Trapani | Trapezopolis | Trappists | Trasilla and Emiliana, Saints | Treason, Accusations of | Trebizond | Trebnitz | Tredway, Lettice Mary | Tregian, Francis | Trent | Trent, Council of | Trenton | Tresham, Sir Thomas | Treviso | Tribe, Jewish | Tricarico, Diocese of | Tricassin, Charles Joseph | Tricca | Trichinopoly, Diocese of | Trichur | Tricomia | Triduum | | Triesnecker, Francis a Paula | Triest-Capo d'Istria | Trincomalee | Trinità di Cava dei Tirrenti, Abbey of | Trinitarians, Order of | Trinity, The Blessed | Trinity College | Trinity Sunday | Triple-Candlestick | Tripolis | Trissino, Giangiorgio | Tritheists | Trithemius, John | Trivento | Trivet, Nicholas | Troas | Trocmades | Trokelowe, John de | Trondhjem, Ancient See of | Trope | Tropology, Scriptural | Troy, John Thomas | Troyes | Truce of God | | Trudo, Saint - Apostle of Hasbein in Brabant (d. 698) | Trudpert, Saint - Seventh-century missionary in Germany | Trueba, Antonio de | Trullo, Council in | Trujillo | Trumpets, Feast of | Trumwin, Saint | Trustee System | Trusts and Bequests | Truth Societies, Catholic | Tryphon, Respicius, and Nympha | Tschiderer zu Gleifheim, Johann Nepomuk von | Tschupick, John Nepomuk | Tuam | Tuam, School of | Tübingen, University of | Tubunae | Tucson | Tucumán | Tudela | Tuguegarao | Tulancingo | Tulasne, Louis-René | Tunic | Tunis | Tunja | Tunkers | Tunstall, Cuthbert - English bishop (1474-1559) | Tunstall, Venerable Thomas - English martyr (d. 1616) | Tunsted, Simon - English Minorite (d. 1369) | Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques - French minister (1727-1781) | Turin | Turin, Shroud of | Turin, University of | Turkestan | Turkish Empire | Turnebus, Adrian | Turpin | Tuscany | Tuy | Twenge, Saint John - English saint (1319-1379) | Twiketal of Croyland - English abbot (d. 975) | Tyana - Titular see of Cappadocia Prima | Tychicus - Disciple and companion of St. Paul | Tynemouth Priory | Types in Scripture | Tyrannicide | Tyre

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Vaast, Abbey of Saint - Founded in France in A.D. 667 | Vacancy | Vácz, Diocese of - Located in Hungary | Vadstena, Abbey of - Founded in Sweden by St. Bridget in 1346 | Vaga | Vaillant de Gueslis, François - Jesuit missionary (1646-1718) | Vaison, Ancient Diocese of | Valdés, Alfonso de - Spanish Humanist and chancellor of Emperor Charles V (1500-1532) | Valence, Diocese of | Valence, University of | Valencia | Valencia, University of | Valens, Flavius - Emperor of the East (328-378) | | Valentinian I - Emperor of the West (321-375) | Valentinian II - Emperor of the West (371-392) | Valentinian III | Valentinus and Valentinians | Valerian | Validation of Marriage | Valla, Lorenzo - Humanist and philosopher (1405-1457) - Leben und Werk des Philosophen | Valladolid, Archdiocese of | Valladolid, University of | Vallarsi, Dominic - Italian priest (1702-1771) | Valle, Pietro della - Italian traveller (1586-1652) | Vallée-Poussin, Charles-Louis-Joseph-Xavier de la - Geologist (1827-1903) | Valleyfield, Diocese of | Vallgornera, Thomas de - Dominican theologian and ascetical writer (1595-1665) | Valliscaulian Order | Vallo and Capaccio | Vallumbrosan Order | Valois, Henri - Philologist (1603-1676) | Valona | Valroger, Hyacinthe de - French Oratorian (1814-1876) | Valva and Sulmona, Dioceses of | Van Beethoven, Ludwig - Composer (1770-1827) | Van Beneden, Pierre-Joseph | Van Buren, William Home - American surgeon (1819-1883) | Van Cleef, Jan - Flemish painter (1646-1716) | Van Cleef, Jan - Flemish painter (1520-1556) | Van Cleef, Martin - Flemish painter (1520-1570) | Van der Sandt, Maximilian | Van De Vyver, Augustine | Vancouver | Van den Broek, Theodore J. - Priest and missionary (1783-1851) | Van der Bundere, Joannes | Van der Weyden, Rogier - Painter (1399-1464) | Van de Velde, Peter - Spanish painter (1503-1580) | Vane, Thomas - Seventeenth-century convert from Anglicanism | Vannes, Diocese of | Vanni, Andrea | Vanni, Francesco - Siennese painter (1565-1609) | Varani, Blessed Baptista - Ascetical writer (1458-1527) | Vargas, Luis de - Seville painter (1502-1568) | Vargas y Mexia, Francisco de | Vasari, Giorgio - Painter, architect, and writer (1511-1574) - Kurze Biografie des Künstlers | Vase, Altar | Vasquez, Gabriel - Theologian (1549-1604) | Vatable, François | Vatican, The | Vatican as a Scientific Institution, The | Vatican Council | Vatican Observatory | Vaticanus, Codex | Vaudreuil | Vaughan, Herbert | Vaughan, Roger William - Second Archbishop of Sydney (1834-1883) | Vauquelin, Louis-Nicolas - French chemist (1763-1829) | Vaux, Laurence - Martyr in prison (1519-1585) | Vaux-de-Cernay | Vavasour, Thomas - English physician (1536-1585) | Vavasseur, François - Humanist and controversialist (1605-1681) | Vaz, Blessed Joseph | Vecchietta, Lorenzo di Pietro - Artist (1412-1480) | Vedas - Sacred books of ancient India | Vega, Andreas de - Spanish theologian (d. 1560) | Veghe, Johannes | Vegio, Maffeo - Humanist, poet, and educator (1406-1458) | Veglia, Diocese of | Vehe, Michael | Veil, Humeral | Veil, Religious | Veit, Philipp - Painter (1793-1877) | Veith, Johann Emanuel - Preacher (1787-1876) | Velazquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y - Spanish painter (1599-1660) | Vénard, Théophane - French missionary (1829-1861) | Venezuela | Veni Creator Spiritus | Veni Sancte Spiritus Et Emitte Coelitus | Veni Sancte Spiritus Reple | Venice | Venosa | Ventimiglia - Italian diocese | Ventura di Raulica, Gioacchino - Italian orator, patriot, philosopher (1792-1861) | Venturino of Bergamo - Preacher (1304-1346) | Venusti, Raffaele - Italian controversialist (d. 1543) | Vera Cruz | Verapoly, Archdiocese of | Verbiest, Ferdinand - Jesuit missionary and astronomer (1623-1688) | Verbum Supernum Prodiens | Vercelli | Vercellone, Carlo | Verdaguer, Jacinto | Verdi, Giuseppe - Italian composer (1813-1901) | Verecundus | Vergani, Paolo | Vergerio, Pier Paolo, the Elder | Vergil, Polydore | Vergilius of Salzburg, Saint - Eighth-century Irish missionary | Vering, Friedrich Heinrich | Vermont | Verna, La | Vernazza, Tommasina | Verne, Jules | Vernier, Pierre | Veroli, Diocese of | Véron, François | Verona | Veronica, Saint | Veronica Giuliani, Saint | Verot, Augustin | Verrazano, Giovanni da | Verreau, Hospice-Anthelme | Verri, Count Pietro | Verrocchio, Andrea del | Versailles | Versions of the Bible | Versions of the Bible, Coptic | Verstegan, Richard | Vertin, John | Vertot, Réné-Aubert, Sieur de | Veruela | Vesalius, Andreas | Vespasian | Vespasiano da Bisticci | Vespers | Vespers, Music of | Vespers, Sicilian | Vespucci, Amerigo | Vessels, Altar | Vestibule (in Architecture) | Vestments | Veszprém | Veto, The Royal | Vetter, Conrad | Veuillot, Louis | Vexilla Regis Prodeunt | Vexiö, Ancient See of | Vezzosi, Antonio Francesco | Via Crucis | Via Dolorosa | Viader, José | Vianney, Saint Jean-Baptiste-Marie | Viaticum | Viator, Clerics of Saint | Viborg, Ancient See of - Located in Denmark | Vicar | Vicar Apostolic | Vicar of Christ | Vicar Capitular | Vicar-General | Vicari, Hermann von | Vicariate Apostolic (Updated List) | Vice | Vicelinus, Saint - Apostle of Holstein (1086-1154) | Vicente, Gil | Vicenza, Diocese of | Vich, Diocese of | Vico, Francescoe de | Victimae Paschali Laudes Immolent Christiani - First stanza of the Easter sequence | Victor I, Pope Saint - Reigned 189-198 | Victor II, Pope - Reigned 1055-57 | Victor III, Pope Blessed - Reigned 1086-1087 | Victor - Bishop of Tunnunum in Northern Africa (d. 569) | Victor IV | Victor of Capua | Victor Vitensis | Victoria | Victoria Nyanza, Northern | Victoria Nyanza, Southern | Victorinus, Caius Marius | Victorinus, Saint - Bishop and writer (d. 303) | Vida, Marco Girolamo | Viel, Nicholas | Vieira, Antonio | Vienna | Vienna, University of | Vienne, Council of - Convened 1311-1312 | Vierthaler, Franz Michael | Vieta, François | Viger, Denis-Benjamin | Viger, Jacques | Vigevano | Vigilius, Saint - 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Waagen, Wilhelm Heinrich | Wace, Robert | Wachter, Eberhard | Wadding, Luke | Wadding, Michael | Waire, Venerable | Waitzen, Diocese of | Wakash Indians | Walafrid | Walburga, Saint | Waldeck, Principality of | Waldenses | Waldsassen, Abbey of | Waldseemüller, Martin | Walenburch, Adrian and Peter von | Wales | Walkenried | Wall, Venerable John | Walla-Walla Indians | Wallenstein, Albrecht von | Wallon Henri-Alexandre | Walmesley, Charles | Walpole, Ven. Henry | Walsh, Edward | Walsh, Patrick - Irish-American journalist and senator (1840-1900) | Walsh, Peter | Walsh, Robert | Walsh, Thomas | Walsh, William | Walsingham, Thomas | Walsingham Priory | Walter, Ferdinand | Walter of Châtillon | Walter of Merton | Walter of Mortagne | Walter of St-Victor | Walter of Winterburn | Walther von der Vogelweide | Walton, Brian - English Biblical scholar (1600-1661) | Wangnereck, Heinrich - German theologian, preacher, and author (1595-1664) | War | Ward, Hugh - Irish Hagiographer (1590-1635) | Ward, James Harman | Ward, Margaret, Saint | Ward, Mary | Ward, Thomas - English controversialist (1652-1708) | Ward, Ven. William - English martyr (1560-1641) | Ward, William George - English writer and convert (1812-1882) | Warde, Mary Francis Xavier - Irish-American nun (1810-1884) | | Warsaw, Archdiocese of - Located in Poland | Wartenberg, Franz Wilhelm, Count von - Bishop and cardinal (1593-1661) | Washing of Feet and Hands | Washington, D.C. | Washington, State of | Water, Holy | Water, Holy, Fonts | Water, Liturgical Use of | | Waterson, Ven. Edward - English martyr (d. 1594) | Waterton, Charles - English naturalist and explorer (1782-1865) | Waterworth, James - English priest (1806-1876) | Watteau, Jean Antoine - French painter (1684-1721) | Waverley, Cistercian Abbey of | Way, Ven. William - English priest and martyr (d. 1588) | Way of the Cross | Way or State - Purgative, Illuminative, and Unitive | Wealth, Use of | Weathers, William - English bishop (1814-1895) | Webb, Benjamin Joseph - Kentucky editor and historian (1814-1897) | Webbe, Samuel - English composer (1742-1816) | Weber, Friedrich Wilhelm - Physician, poet, statesman (1813-1894) | Weber, Heinrich - German Church historian (1834-1898) | Weber, Karl Maria Friedrich Ernst von - Composer (1786-1826) | Weedall, Henry - English priest (1788-1859) | Week, Liturgical | Wegg-Prosser, Francis Richard - Prominent English convert (1824-1911) | Weis, Nicolaus von - Bishop in Lorraine (1796-1869) | Weislinger, Johann Nikolaus - Polemical writer (1691-1755) | Weiss, Johann Baptist - Historian (1820-1899) | Weitenauer, Ignatius von - Littérateur, exegete, and Orientalist (1709-1783) | Welbourne, Ven. Thomas - English martyr (d. 1605) | Weld - Name of a prominent English Catholic family | Weld, Frederick Aloysius - New Zealand colonist (1823-1891) | Welle, Prefecture Apostolic of | Wellington, Archdiocese of - Located in New Zealand | Wells, Ven. Smithin - English martyr (1536-1591) | Wells in Scripture | Welser, Bartholomeus - German merchant prince (1488-1561) | Welsh Church | Welsh Monastic Foundations | Wenceslaus, Saint | | Weninger, Francis Xavier - Jesuit missionary and author (1805-1888) | | Werner, Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias - Prussian convert, poet, and pulpit orator (1768-1823) | Wessel Goesport, John | Wessenberg, Ignaz Heinrich von - Vicar-General and Administrator of the Diocese of Constance (1774-1860) | West Syrian Rite | West Virginia | Westcott, Sebastian - English organist (1524-1583) | Westeraas, Ancient See of - Located in Sweden | Western Schism | Westminster, Archdiocese of | Westminster, Matthew of | Westminster Abbey | Westminster Cathedral | Weston, William | Westphalia - Province of Prussia | Wettingen-Mehrerau, Abbacy Nullius of - Cistercian abbey in Austria | Wetzer, Heinrich Joseph | Wharton, Ven. Christopher - iEnglish martyr (1536-1600) | Wheeling, Diocese of - Located in West Virginia | Whipple, Amiel Weeks - American military engineer and soldier (1818-1863) | Whitaker, Venerable Thomas - English martyr (1614-1646) | Whitbread, Venerable Thomas - English martyr (1618-1679) | Whitby, Abbey of | Whitby, Synod of | White, Andrew - Missionary (1579-1656) | White, Charles Ignatius - American editor and historian (1807-1878) | White, Edward | White, Eustace, Venerable - English martyr (1560-1591) | White, Richard, Venerable - English martyr (1537-1584) | White, Robert - English composer (1530-1574) | White, Stephen - Irish antiquarian and polyhistor (1574-1646) | White, Stephen Mallory - American statesman (1853-1901) | White, Thomas | White Fathers | Whiting, Blessed Richard | Whitsunday - Alternate name for Pentecost | Whitty, Ellen - Australian nun (1819-1892) | Whitty, Robert - English Jesuit (1817-1895) | Wibald - Medieval Belgian Abbot (1098-1158) | Wichita, Diocese of | Wichita Indians | Wichmans, Francis - Belgian Augustinian (1596-1661) | Widmer, Joseph - Swiss theologian (1779-1844) | Widow | | Wiener-Neustadt, Diocese of - Suppressed see in Lower Austria | Wiest, Stephan - Cistercian (1748-1797) | Wigand, Saints | Wigbert, Saint | Wigbod | Wigley, George J. | Wilberforce, Henry William | Wilberforce, Robert Isaac | Wilcannia, Diocese of | Wilcox, Robert, Venerable - English martyr (1558-1588) | Wild, Johann - Scriptural commentator and preacher (1495-1554) | Wilfrid, Saint | Wilgefortis | Wilhelm of Herle | Wilhering, Cistercian Abbey of | Will - zur Geschichte sowie zur Freiheit des Willens | Will and Testament of Clerics | Will, Free | Willaert, Adrian Composer (1480-1562) | Willehad, Saint - Bishop at Bremen (745-789) | Willems, Pierre - Philologist (1840-1898) | William, Saint - Twelfth-century Archbishop of York | William, Saint - Bishop of St-Brieuc (1180-1234) | William, Blessed - Abbot of Hirschau (d. 1091) | William - Abbot of Marmoutiers (d. 1124) | William - Abbot of Saint-Bénigne on Dijon (962-1031) | William Carter, Venerable - English martyr (1548-1584) | William Exmew, Blessed - Carthusian monk and martyr (d. 1535) | William Filby, Blessed - English martyr (d. 1582) | William Hart, Blessed - English priest (1558-1583) | William Lacy, Blessed - Sixteenth-century English priest | William of Auvergne - Bishop of Paris, medieval philosopher and theologian (d. 1249) | William of Auxerre - Thirteenth-century theologian | William of Champeaux - Scholastic, philosopher and theologian (1070-1121) | William of Conches - Scholastic philosopher and theologian (b. 1100) | William of Digulleville - Fourteenth-century French poet | William of Ebelholt, Saint | William of Gellone, Saint - Second Count of Toulouse (755-812) | William of Maleval, Saint | William of Malmesbury | William of Moerbeke - Scholar, Orientalist, philosopher (1215-1286) | William of Nangis - Medieval chronicler (d. 1300) | William of Newburgh - English historian (1136-1198) | William of Norwich, Saint | | William of Paris, Saint | William of Perth, Saint - English martyr (d. 1201) | William of Poitiers | William of Ramsey | William of St-Amour - Thirteenth-century theologian and controversialist (d. 1273) | William of Sens | William of Shoreham | William of St-Thierry - Theologian and mystic (1085-1148) | William of Turbeville - Bishop of Norwich (1095-1174) | William of Tyre - Archbishop of Tyre and historian (1130-1190) | William of Vercelli - Founder of the Hermits of Monte Vergine (1085-1142) | William of Ware | William of Wayneflete - English bishop and chancellor (d. 1486) | William of Wykeham - Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England (1324-1404) | William Perault - Thirteenth-century French writer and preacher | William the Clerk (of Normandy) | William the Conqueror | William the Walloon - Medieval abbot (d. 1089) | Williamites - Name of two minor religious orders | Willibald and Winnebald, Saints | Willibrord, Saint | Willigis, Saint - Archbishop of Mainz (d. 1011) | Williram - Scripture scholar (d. 1085) | Wilmers, Wilhelm - Professor of philosophy and theology (1817-1899) | Wilmington, Diocese of - Located in Delaware, U.S.A. | Wilton, Richard - English Trinitarian scholar (d. 1239) | Wimpfeling, Jakob - Humanist and theologian (1450-1528) | Wimpina, Konrad - Theologian (1465-1531) | Winchester, Ancient See of | Winckelmann, Johann Joachim - Archaeologist and historian of ancient art (1717-1768) | Winding Sheet of Christ, Feast of the Holy | Windows in Church Architecture | Windsor | Windthorst, Ludwig - German statesman (1812-1891) | Wine, Altar | Wingham, Thomas | Winnebago Indians | Winnebald and Willibald, Saints | Winnoc, Saint - Abbot of Wormhoult (d. 716) | | Winslow, Jakob Benignus - Physician and anatomist (1669-1760) | Winwallus, Saint - Fifth-century Abbot of Landevennec | Wipo - Eleventh-century priest and biographer | Wireker, Nigel - Twelfth-century satirist | Wirt, Wigand | Wisconsin | Wisdom, Book of | Wisdom, Daughters of | Wise Men (Magi) | Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick - Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (1802-1865) | Witchcraft | Witness | Witt, Francis Xavier - Composer and reformer of church music (1834-1888) | Wittenberg - City and University | Wittman, George Michael - Bishop-elect of Ratisbon (1760-1833) | Wittman, Patrizius - Catholic journalist (1818-1883) | Witzel, Georg - Hessian theologian (1501-1573) | Wladislaw, Diocese of | Wolff, George Dering - American editor (1822-1894) | Wolfgang, Saint - Bishop of Ratisbon (934-994) | Wolfram von Eschenbach - Middle-High-German epic poet (d. 1216) | Wolgemut, Michael - Painter and engraver (1434-1519) | Wolowski, Louis-François-Michel-Reymond - Polish economist (1810-1876) | Wolsey, Thomas - Cardinal Archbishop of York (1471-1530) | Woman | Wood, Thomas - Priest and confessor (1499-1588) | Wood-Carving | Woodcock, Venerable John - English Franciscan martyr (1603-1646) | Woodhead, Abraham - English writer (1609-1678) | Woods, Julian Edmund Tenison - Priest and scientist (1832-1889) | Woodhouse, Blessed Thomas | Worcester, Ancient Diocese of | Words (in Canon Law) | World, Antiquity of the | Wormwood | Wörndle, Von, Family - Philip, Edmund, and August | Worship, Christian | Worsley, Edward - English Jesuit (1605-1676) | Worthington, Thomas, D.D. - Third President of Douai College (1549-1627) | Wounds, The Five Sacred | Wouters, G. Henry - Historian (1802-1872) | Wright, Venerable Peter - English martyr (1603-1651) | Wright, William | Wulfen, Franz Xaver Freiherr von - Botanist (1728-1805) | Wulfram, Saint - Bishop of Sens (d. 704) | Würtemberg, Kingdom of | Würzburg, Diocese of | Würzburg, University of | Würzburg Abbeys | Wyart, Théophile-Louis-Henri - French Cistercian (1839-1904) | Wyche, Saint Richard de - English bishop and confessor (1197-1253) | Wyclif, John - Writer and "reformer" (1324-1384) | Wyoming

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Xainctonge, Venerable Anne de | Xaverian Brothers | Xavier, Saint Francis | Ximenes, Didacus | Ximénez de Cisneros, Francisco | Xystus I, Pope Saint

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Yahweh - Proper name of God in the Old Testament | Yakima Indians | Yamasee Indians | Yaqui Indians | Yazoo Indians | Yaxley, Venerable Richard - See Ven. George Nichols | Yellow Knives | Yom Kippur | York, Ancient See of | York, Cardinal of | York, Use of | Youghal | Youville, Marie-Marguérite d' - Foundress of the Gray Nuns, or Sisters of Charity (1701-1771) | Young Men's Institute | Ysambert, Nicolas - French theologian (1565-1642) | Yucatán, Archdiocese of | Yukon, Prefecture Apostolic of | Yun-nan | Yuracaré Indians | Yves, Saint | Yves of Chartres, Saint

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Zabarella, Francesco | Zabulon | Zacatecas - Diocese in Mexico | Zaccaria, Francesco Antonio - Theologian, historian, and writer (1714-1795) | Zacconi, Ludovico - Musical theorist (1550-1623) | Zacharias Chrysopolitanus | Zachary, Pope Saint - Reigned 741-752 | Zachary, Canticle of | Zádori, János | Zahle and Forzol - Greco-Melchite diocese | Zakho - Diocese in Chaldea | Zallinger zum Thurn, Jacob Anton - Philosopher and canonist (1735-1813) | Zallwein, Gregor - Austrian canonist (1712-1766) | Zalvidea, José Maria de - Spanish Franciscan (1780-1846) | Zama - Titular see of Numidia | Zambesi Mission | Zamboanga, Diocese of | Zamboni, Giuseppe - Priest and physicist (1776-1846) | Zamora - Diocese in Spain | Zamora - Diocese in Mexico | Zamora - Vicariate Apostolic in Ecuador | Zampieri, Domenico - Italian painter (1581-1641) | Zängerle, Roman Sebastian - Prince-Bishop of Seckau (1771-1848) | Zante - Diocese in Greece | Zantedeschi, Francesco - Priest and physicist (1797-1873) | Zanzibar | Zapoteca Indians | Zara - Archdiocese in Dalmatia | Zarai | Zarlino, Gioseffe - Italian musical theorist (1517-1590) | Zasius, Ulric - Jurist (1461-1536) | Zeal | Zegers, Nicholas Tacitus | Zela - Titular see | Zell, Karl - Statesman, philologist, defender of Church rights (1793-1873) | Zell, Ulrich - Publisher, first printer of Cologne (d. 1507) | Zengg-Modrus - Diocese in Hungary | Zeno, Saint - Fourth-century bishop and martyr | Zeno of Elea - Greek philosopher (b. 490 B.C.) | Zenobius, Saint - Bishop of Florence (d. 337) | Zenonopolis - Titular see of Asia Minor | Zephaniah | Zephyrinus, Pope Saint - Reigned 198-217 | Zephyrium - Titular see in Cilicia | Zeugma - Titular see in Syria | Zeuss, Johann Kaspar - Philologist (1806-1856) | Ziegelbauer, Magnoald - Historian (1689-1750) | Ziegler, Gregorius Thomas - Bishop of Linz (1770-1852) | | Zigliara, Tommaso Maria - Cardinal, theologian, and philosopher (1833-1893) | Zingarelli, Niccolò Antonio | Zingerle, Pius | Zionists | Zionites | Zips - Diocese in Hungary | Zircz - Cistercian abbey in Hungary | Zita, Saint | Zita's Home for Friendless Women, Saint | Zoara | Zoega, Jörgen - Archeologist and numismatist (1755-1809) | Zolkiewski, Stanislaus - Chancellor of Poland (1547-1620) | Zonaras, John - Twelfth-century Byzantine chronicler and canonist | Zoque Indians | Zosimus, Pope Saint - Reigned 417-418 | Zosimus - Byzantine historian | Zucchetto | Zulia, Diocese of | Zululand | Zumárraga, Juan de | Zuñi Indians | Zurbaran, Francisco | Zurich | Zurla, Giacinto Placido | Zwettl - Cistercian abbey in Austria | Zwingli, Ulrich | Zwirner, Ernst Friedrich

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Biografie des Künstlers (Englisch)

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Biografie von Matthias Corvinus mit Hinweisen zur Entstehung der Bibliothek. (Englisch)

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Biografien einiger Mitglieder der Familie Didot (Englisch)

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Umfassende Darstellung der Hintergründe des Kampfes zwischen Spanien und England (Englisch)

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Kurzporträt des niederländischen Komponisten Jacob Arcadelt (Englisch)

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Ausführliches Porträt des Chorherrn Arnold von Brescia (Englisch)

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Umfangreiche Erläuterung des Begriffes Antiphon (Englisch)

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Historischer Überblick über die verschiedenen Theorien und Ansätze (Englisch)

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Informationen zum Begriff der Induktion sowie zu verschiedenen Induktionsverfahren (Englisch)

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Informationen zum Begriff der Monade (Englisch)

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Informationen zu Leben und Werk Walter Burleighs (Englisch)

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Informationen zu Leben und Werk des Philosophen (Englisch)

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Informationen zu Leben und Werk Ficinos (Englisch)

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(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06391b.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk Gassendis (Englisch)

newadvent - Herbart, Johann Friedrich

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07248a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk Herbarts sowie zu dem auf ihn zurückgehenden Herbartianismus (Englisch)

newadvent - Pythagoras

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12587b.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk des Pythagoras und der von ihm begründeten Schule (Englisch)

newadvent - Roscelin von Compiégne

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/13189c.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk des Philosophen (Englisch)

newadvent - Sokrates

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14119a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk des Sokrates (Englisch)

newadvent - Thomas von Aquin

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/summa/
Online-Edition der "Summa Theologica" von Thomas von Aquin (Englisch)

newadvent - Valla, Laurentius

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15257a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk des Philosophen (Englisch)

newadvent - Materialismus

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10041b.htm
Informationen zum Materialismus und seiner Geschichte (Englisch)

newadvent - Neuplatonismus

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10742b.htm
Informationen zu den wichtigsten Inhalten und Vertretern des Neuplatonismus (Englisch)

newadvent - Neuscholastik

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10746a.htm
Informationen zu Inhalten und Vertretern der Neuscholastik (Englisch)

newadvent - Unbefleckte Empfängnis Mariä

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07674d.htm
Informationen zur Doktrin der Unbefleckten Empfängnis (Englisch)

newadvent - Apostel

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01626c.htm
Beschreibung der Apostel und ihrer Rolle für die Entwicklung des Christentums (Englisch)

newadvent - Philanthropismus

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11796a.htm
Informationen zu Inhalten und wichtigen Vertretern des Philanthropismus (Englisch)

newadvent - Girard, Jean-Baptiste

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06569a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk Girards (Englisch)

newadvent - Ambrosius

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Athanasios

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Basilius der Große

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Cyprianus

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Eckhart, Meister

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05274a.htm
Biografie Meister Eckharts (Englisch)

newadvent - Ephräm der Syrer

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Gregor von Nyssa

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Gregor von Nyssa

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07016a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk sowie ein Verzeichnis seiner Schriften (englischsprachig)

newadvent - Hilarius

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Ignatius von Antiocha

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Johannes Chrysostomos

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Kirchenlehrer

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Kirchenväter

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens von Alexandria

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Lactantius

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0701.htm
"Divinæ Institutiones" in der englischen Übersetzung bei der katholischen Website New Advent

newadvent - Origenes

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Dalmatien

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04606b.htm
Umfassender Online-Aufsatz zur Geschichte und Kultur Dalmatiens (Englisch)

newadvent - Girard, Jean-Baptiste

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06569a.htm
Informationen zu Leben und Werk Girards (Englisch)

newadvent - Alexander III.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01287a.htm
Biografie Alexanders III. (Englisch)

newadvent - Alexander VI.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01289a.htm
Biografie Alexanders VI. mit zahlreichen erläuternden Links (Englisch)

newadvent - Bonifatius IX.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02670a.htm
Biografie Bonifatius' IX., mit zahlreichen Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Bonifatius VIII.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02662a.htm
Biografie Bonifatius' VIII., mit zahlreichen Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Cölestin I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03477c.htm
Biografie Cölestins I., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Cölestin V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03479b.htm
Biografie Cölestins V., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Damasus I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04613a.htm
Biografie Damasus' I. (Englisch)

newadvent - Gelasius I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06406a.htm
Biografie Gelasius' I., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Gregor I., der Große

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Hadrian I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01155b.htm
Biografie Hadrians I., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Hadrian IV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01156c.htm
Biografie Hadrians IV., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Hadrian VI.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01159b.htm
Biografie Hadrians VI., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Innozenz I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08011a.htm
Biografie Innozenz' I., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch).

newadvent - Innozenz III.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08013a.htm
Biografie Innozenz' III., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Innozenz IV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08017a.htm
Biografie Innozenz' IV., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Innozenz X.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08020b.htm
Biografie Innozenz' X., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Innozenz XI.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08021a.htm
Biografie Innozenz' XI., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Johanna Päpstin

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08407a.htm
Anmerkungen über die Fabelpäpstin, mit erläuternden Links und Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Johannes XXII.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08431a.htm
Biografie Johannes' XXII., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Justin

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Kalixt II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03185a.htm
Biografie Kalixt II., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04012c.htm
Biografie Klemens' von Rom (Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04020a.htm
Biografie Klemens' V., mit erläuternden Links und Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens VII.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04024a.htm
Biografie Klemens' VII., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens von Rom

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens XI.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04029a.htm
Biografie Klemens' XI., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Klemens XIV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04034a.htm
Biografie Klemens' XIV., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Leo IV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09159a.htm
Biografie Leos IV., mit Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Lucius

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09412b.htm
Biografie Lucius', mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Martin V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09725a.htm
Biografie Martins V., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Nikolaus I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11054a.htm
Biografie Nikolaus' I. (Englisch)

newadvent - Nikolaus II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11055a.htm
Biografie Nikolaus' II., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Nikolaus V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11058a.htm
Biografie Nikolaus' V., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Paschalis II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11514b.htm
Biografie Paschalis' II., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Paul III.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11579a.htm
Biografie Pauls III., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Paul IV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11581a.htm
Biografie Pauls IV., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Paul V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11581b.htm
Biografie Pauls V., mit weiterführender Literatur (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12126c.htm
Biografie Pius' II. mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius IV.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12129a.htm
Biografie Pius' IV. mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius IX.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12134b.htm
Biografie Pius' IX. mit zahlreichen erläuternden Links (Englisch).

newadvent - Pius V.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12130a.htm
Biografie Pius' V. mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius VI

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12131a.htm
Biografie Pius' VI. mit zahlreichen erläuternden Links (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius VII.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12132a.htm
Biografie Pius' VII. mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Pius X.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12137a.htm
Biografie Pius' X. (Englisch)

newadvent - Silvester I.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14370a.htm
Biografie Silvesters I. mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen (Englisch)

newadvent - Silvester II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14371a.htm
Biografie Silvesters II. (Englisch)

newadvent - Urban II.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15210a.htm
Biografie Urbans II. (Englisch)

newadvent - Urban VI.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15216a.htm
Biografie Urbans VI. (Englisch)

newadvent - Urban VIII.

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15218b.htm
Biografie Urbans VIII. (Englisch)

newadvent - Dalmatien

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04606b.htm
Umfassender Online-Aufsatz zur Geschichte und Kultur Dalmatiens (Englisch)

newadvent - Eschatologie

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05528b.htm
Ausführliche Darstellung der Eschatologie in verschiedenen Kulturen (Englisch)

newadvent - Apokalypse

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01594b.htm
Ausführliche Darstellung und Diskussion der Apokalypse des Johannes (Englisch)

newadvent - Apokryphen

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Klemensbriefe

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/
(Englisch)

newadvent - Langres

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08789c.htm
Informationen zur Heiligengeschichte Langres

newadvent - St. Veronica

(E?)(L1) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15362a.htm


newadvent - Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin

(E?)(L?) http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12558b.htm


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VICIPÆDIA LATINA
Vikipedia Latina
Lateinische Wikipedia

(E?)(L1) http://la.wikipedia.org/
Neben reinen lateinischen Einträgen findet man hier auch die lateinischen Bezeichnungen für Sprachen.

Vicipaedia (Wikipedia) in linguis aliis

Afrikaans - Alsatica - Albanica (Shqiptare) - Armenica - Arabica (Araby) - Asturica - Aymara - Azeri - (Baloch) - Bahasa Melayu - (Balgarski) - Bengali - Bosanski - Brezhoneg - Hispanica (Castellano) - Català - Ceská - Corsu - Cymraeg - Danica - Germanica/Deutsch - Graeco (Ellenika) - English - Esperanto - Hispanica - Eesti - Euskara - Frysk - Gallica (Français) - Hanyu - Gaelige - Galego - Guaraní - Gujarati - Hrvatosrbska - ??? (Hindi) - Hrvatski - Interlingua - Íslenska - Italica/Italiano - Ivrit - (Kartuli ena) - Qazaq - Khmer - Kannada - (Hangukeo) - Ekspresso - Kurdish - Ki'rgh'iz - Latina - [Lingala - Lao - Latviešu - Lietuvu - Malayalam - Magyar - Macedonica (Makedonski) - Mâori - Mongolian - Marathi - Maltin - Myanmar - Nauri - Nahuatl - Nederlands - Nepalensa - Japonica (Nihongo) - Norsk - Occitan - Oromo - Punjabi - Persica (Farsi) - (Poe-Skey) (Tibetan) - Polska - Pashto - Português - Romana - Russkiy - Sanskrit - Saxonica - Singhalese - Slovencina - Slovensko - Shona - Fennica/Suomi - Suedica/Svenska - Swahili - Dravidica - Telugu - Tajik - Tatarça - (Thai) - Turkmeni - Tagalog - Türkçe - Uyghur - (Ukrain'ska) - Urdu - Uzbek - Ti?ng Vi?t - Volapük - Valonica (Walon) - Xhosa - Yoruba - Zhuang - ?? (Zhongwen) - Zulu

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Bücher zur Kategorie:

Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
VA Staat Vatikanstadt, Estado de la Ciudad del Vaticano, État de la Cité du Vatican, Stato della Città del Vaticano, State of the Vatican City
Enzyklopädie, Enciclopedia, Encyclopédie, Enciclopedia, Encyclopaedia

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Isidor von Sevilla (Autor)
Möller, Lenelotte (Übersetzer)
Die Enzyklopädie des Isidor von Sevilla
auch: Etymologiae
auch: Origines

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/386539177X/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/386539177X/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/386539177X/etymologetymo-21


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/386539177X/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 736 Seiten
Verlag: Marixverlag; Auflage: 1 (Oktober 2008)
Sprache: Deutsch


Kurzbeschreibung
Eine prägnante Zusammenfassung der geistigen Grundlagen Europas um 630. Isidor von Sevilla (um 560 - 636) gilt manchen als der letzte Autor lateinischer Muttersprache. Sein Vorsitz beim 4. Reichskonzil zu Toledo (633) nahm Einfluss auf die spanische Geschichte - doch vor allem erreichte er mit seinem umfangreichen schriftstellerischen Schaffen eineaußergewöhnliche Bedeutung. In seinen Werken, die in über tausend Handschriften überliefert sind, behandelt er naturwissenschaftliche, grammatische, historische und theologische Themen. Das Hauptwerk in der Reihe der naturwissenschaftlichen Schriften sind die für König Sisebut geschriebene Etymologiae in 20 Büchern, die er um 630 abschloss. Das ehrgeizige Ziel dieser nach Themen gegliederten Enzyklopädie war es, die Welt und alle ihre Erscheinungen aus den Namen der Dinge heraus zu erklären. Ergebnis des Werkes war eine prägnante Zusammenfassung der geistigen Grundlagen Europas, nämlich des antiken Erbes sowie der Bibel und der frühen Kirchengeschichte.

Über den Autor
Dr. Lenelotte Möller studierte Geschichte, Latein und evangelische Theologie in Saarbrücken, Basel und Mainz; die Promotion in Geschichte folgte im Jahr 2000; seit 2001 unterrichtet sie an einem Gymnasium in Speyer.


(E?)(L2) http://www.mittelalter-lexikon.de/


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Isidor von Sevilla (s.a. Enzyklopädiker, Etymologiae, Kinderheilkunde, Kunst, Notenzeichen, Parasitenbefall)

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