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Reginald Cardinal Pole
Reginald Cardinal Pole Reginald Pole, cardinal Reginald Pole (1500 – November 17, 1558) Archbishop of Canterbury, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was a son of Sir Richard ... Neville, Duchess of Clarence. The last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, Cardinal Pole was ...
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Help festival cardinal   (translated from Japanese)
Help festival cardinal Help festival cardinal(The じ ょ float today which encounters)Catholic churchIt is the higher order clergyman cardinal group, bishop cardinal 、 priest cardinal , it is the ...
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Catholic kindertagesstaetten   (translated from German)
Catholic kindertagesstaetten Catholic child daily mechanisms are from that Roman-catholic church carried mechanisms for care of children ... over Kindergartens , Kindertagesstaetten or Strongholds act. The catholic church is in Germany one of the ... and baptism. Beside the church municipalities some catholic medals set themselves aimed the care ...
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Cardinal virtues   (translated from French)
Cardinal virtues Religion Three monotheisms Judaism - Christianity - Islam ... constructions Cathedral Basilica Collegial Church Temple The cardinal virtues are four: prudence , who lays out ... hinge part (from where their name the "cardinal ones", of Latin "cardo", hinge, pivot) in ... teaches temperance and prudence, justice and force." Cardinal virtues and theological virtues In Christianity, this group of four human virtues, cardinal, is supplemented by three "theological" virtues ( ...
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Catholic dogmas   (translated from French)
Catholic dogmas Christianity The three large ones Confessions ... The Vatican I Council The Vatican II Catholic dogmas Contemporary DEBATES Liberal Catholicism Catholicism in France Modernistic crisis Catholic reformers Theology Theology of the XXe century ... the Church Moral theology Dogmas and doctrines Catholic vocabulary Clergy Pape Cardinal Archbishop Évêque Prêtre Diacre Moines and ...
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Catholic virtues   (translated from French)
Catholic virtues This article is one outline to ... charity (caritas mean in Latin affection). Four Cardinal virtues (on which the life rests morals ...
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Ernesto Cardinal   (translated from Spanish)
Ernesto Cardinal Ernesto Cardinal (been born 20 of January 1925 in Granada , Nicaragua ) is a Nicaraguan catholic priest and one of the most outstanding ... many of its companions and friends. Ernesto Cardinal decides to enter the monastery of Gethsemani ... leaves to study theology in Cuernavaca (Mexico). Cardinal takes in 1965 the votes of ...
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Catholic Encyclopedia   (translated from Italian)
Catholic Encyclopedia Catholic Encyclopedia (Catholic Encyclopedia) is encyclopedia catholic in English language whose publication finished in ... university professor of philosophy of the premises Catholic university. Condé B. Pallen, director. The ...
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Cardinal (Catholicism)   (translated from Italian)
Cardinal (Catholicism) Cardinal it is the term that Chiesa catholic it uses in order to indicate i ... presbiteri. First of the cardinals the deacons cardinal calls itself protodiacono and it has the ... in the meaning more common to that cardinal that it has the task to ...
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Catholic church   (translated from Italian)
Catholic church Catholic church it is, between Christian churches, that ... number of supporters. Index Ecclesiastical organization The catholic Church is composed from all its it ... voices Sacred order and Smaller orders. The catholic ecclesiastical structure is organized second one hierarchy ... is the more characteristic institution of the catholic Church, than it distinguishes it from ...
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