the see of a catholicos.
This remained the official attitude of the Armenian church until the catholicate of Elias (703-717).
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broad-mindedness or liberality, as of tastes, interests, or views. universality; general inclusiveness. (initial capital letter) the Roman Catholic Church, or its doctrines and usages. Historical Examples For fifty years the history of catholicity on New York island is a blank. The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869 Various A bird remarkable for the catholicity of […]
verb to make or become catholic (often capital) to convert to or become converted to Catholicism
a universal remedy; panacea. Historical Examples In 1407 there was a collection of fifty service books, and a catholicon, the latter being perhaps the nucleus of a library. Old English Libraries Ernest Savage The catholicon is printed in a small type, not very cleanly cut. Fine Books Alfred W. Pollard I soon saw the catholicon […]
(often initial capital letter) Eastern Church. any of the heads of certain autocephalous churches. (in some autocephalous churches) a primate subject to a patriarch and having authority over metropolitans. (in the early Christian church) the head of monasteries in the same city. Historical Examples And the priest of the Christians is called “catholicos” in the […]