Definition of Catholicism
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An excellent argument against Roman Catholicism I would say, and Greene might well stare in blank incomprehension at my pages.
Such revelations seem like the dream come true of know-nothing anti-Catholicism.
As the saying goes, anti-Catholicism is the anti-Semitism of the intellectual class.
That's another story, and Doubt limns the particular joylessness of Irish Catholicism.
Roman Catholicism in England has shown a tendency to advance, especially among the upper and upper-middle classes.
The oaths were based on a real fear which identified Roman Catholicism with treason.Virginia Under Charles I And Cromwell, 1625-1660|Wilcomb E. Washburn
Wolken of Ratisbon, a convert to Roman Catholicism in the second half of the fifteenth century.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ|Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
The history of German Catholicism proves once more that the Church is never more admirable than when she is persecuted.
Treitschke has fought Roman Catholicism and its champions, the Jesuits, with relentless hate.
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Cultural definitions for Catholicism
The beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.