noun, plural ca·thol·i·ci [kuh-thol-uh-sahy, -i-kee] /kəˈθɒl əˌsaɪ, -ɪˌki/.
Origin of catholicus
Examples from the Web for catholicus
Mashtotz, catholicus, collected in one volume the Armenian rituals.
It is the ecclesiastical city of Armenia—its little Rome, where the Catholicus lives.My War Experiences in Two Continents|Sarah Macnaughtan
Fabyan truly was ter Catholicus; he was of the old religion, dying in the odour of sanctity, and was spared the trial of the new.Amenities of Literature|Isaac Disraeli
A restriction, however, was afterwards placed upon the Catholicus, and upon the Episcopal order.An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine|John Henry Cardinal Newman
The catholicus of Valarshapat is nominally chosen by all Armenians.