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us: Catholic Church


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    • us: Church of Rome
    • us: Roman Catholic Church
    • us: Katholische Kirche
    • us: Katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva
    • us: Römisch-Katholische Kirche
    • us: Römische Kirche
    • us: Ecclesia Catholica
    • us: Eglise catholique
    • us: Eglise catholique-romaine
    • us: Katolicheskai͡a t͡serkovʹ
    • us: Chiesa cattolica
    • us: Iglesia Católica
    • us: Kościół Katolicki
    • us: Katolicki Kościół
    • us: Kościół Rzymskokatolicki
    • us: Nihon Katorikku Kyōkai
    • us: Katholikē Ekklēsia
    • us: Gereja Katolik
    • us: Kenesiyah ha-Ḳatolit
    • us: Kanisa Katoliki
    • us: כנסיה הקתולית
    • us: כנסייה הקתולית
    • us: 가톨릭교
    • us: 천주교
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    • found: Derrick, C. C.S. Lewis and the Church of Rome, c1981: t.p. (Church of Rome)
    • found: Baresch, K. Katholische Kirche und Freimaurerei, c1983: t.p. (Katholische Kirche) p. 7, etc. (Römisch-Katholische Kirche; Römische Kirche; Ecclesia Catholica)
    • found: 90e anniversaire de l'Eglise catholique au Cameroun, 1890/1980, 1981: t.p. (Eglise catholique; Catholic Church)
    • found: Itinéraires oecuméniques, c1982: t.p. (Eglise catholique-romaine)
    • found: Shevt͡sova, L.F. Sot͡sializm i katolit͡sizm, 1982: t.p. (Katolicheskoĭ t͡serkvi)
    • found: Musselli, L. Chiesa cattolica e comunità politica, 1975.
    • found: Boye, O. Condicionantes externas del aporte de la Iglesia Católica a la idea y praxis de la democracia en Chile, 1984.
    • found: Its Breviarium missionum, 1979: v. 2, p. 3 (Kościoła Katolickiego)
    • found: Encykl. powszechna PWN, 1973-1976: v. 2, p. 437 (Katolicki Kościół, Kościół Rzymskokatolicki)
    • found: Kirisutokyō nenkan, 1987 (Nihon Katorikku Kyōkai)
    • found: Patrii͡arkhalʹnyĭ ustav Pomisnoï Ukraïnsʹkoï (rusʹkoï) katolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy, 1974: p. 9 (Katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva)
    • found: Phōskolos, M. Hē poreia 20 aiōnōn tou laou tou Theou, 1987: t.p. (Katholikē Ekklēsia)
    • found: ha-Kenesiyah ha-Ḳatolit--me-oyev le-vaʻal berit?, 1993.
    • found: In brief the role of Indonesian layman Catholics in state affairs, 1989: p. 5 (Catholic Church; Gereja Katolik)
    • found: Kanisa Katoliki na siasa ya Tanzania bara ... 1992:
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed December 7, 2012 Catholic Church (The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the world's largest Christian church, with more than one billion members worldwide. It is one of the oldest institutions in the world and has played a prominent role in the history of Western civilisation; Church hierarchy is led by the Pope and includes cardinals, patriarchs and diocesan bishops; includes autonomous Eastern Catholic churches; mission includes the spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, administering the sacraments and exercising charity; headquartered in Vatican City State) {http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church}
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    • 1979-04-26: new
    • 2017-06-07: revised
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