the faith, system, and practice of the , especially the .
Be in no doubt: the decline of Catholicism in Irish life is chiefly the result of the Church’s own actions.
Father Ted: Comedy as Liberation Tom Doran March 7, 2013
Italy has 1.2 million Muslim residents and 20,000 Italians who have converted to Islam from Catholicism.
An Islamic Louvre On Venice’s Canals Barbie Latza Nadeau February 22, 2014
Catholicism, understood on its own terms, is radically opposed to American culture, and to the essence of modernity.
The End of a ‘Catholic Moment,’ Ctd. Justin Green February 16, 2013
Six years ago, Reisz was a student at a Kentucky seminary school, studying Catholicism.
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The former two-term governor of Florida speaks fluent Spanish, is a convert to Catholicism, and has high name recognition.
5 Reasons Why Republicans Should Say No to Jeb 2016 Myra Adams March 31, 2014
In that light, immigration is a repeat of the Reconquest, when Ferdinand and Isabella took Spain back for Catholicism.
Learning From Carlos Fuentes, One Year On Ethan Shaskan Bumas May 14, 2013
Perhaps Callista has grounded him and he has found redemption after converting to Catholicism, as he says.
How Newt Gingrich Crashed and Burned When He Was House Speaker Howard Kurtz, Lois Romano December 26, 2011
Catholicism, from the outside, carries a deep knowledge of human suffering and pain.
The American Prophet of Delusion: Robert Stone in Conversation David Samuels November 14, 2013
The Catholic League should be in the business of defending Catholicism, no?
Darks Days for Bill Donohue Michael Tomasky December 17, 2013
And there is something divinely radical that connects rebellious women within Islam and Catholicism.
Christian Mom Faces Execution Asra Q. Nomani December 14, 2010
short for Roman Catholicism
the beliefs, practices, etc, of any Catholic Church
“faith and practice of the Catholic church,” 1610s, from Catholic + -ism.
The beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.
designed to prevent the occurrence of in teeth: an anticavity toothpaste.
an official who examines books, plays, news reports, motion pictures, radio and television programs, letters, cablegrams, etc., for the purpose of suppressing parts deemed objectionable on moral, political, military, or other grounds. any person who supervises the manners or morality of others. an adverse critic; faultfinder. (in the ancient Roman republic) either of two officials […]
severely critical; faultfinding; carping. Contemporary Examples Yet jollity and gloom are still at war in our censorious age. A History of American Fun Stefan Beck February 8, 2014 But amid all the censorious protests against “self-censorship” an important legal principle has been ignored. Three Cheers for Censorship! Lee Siegel August 29, 2009 Historical Examples He […]
Geology. the point on the surface of the earth diametrically opposite the epicenter of an earthquake. Astronomy. the point on the celestial sphere diametrically opposite the galactic .
the act or practice of . the office or power of a . the time during which a censor holds office. the inhibiting and distorting activity of the Freudian censor. Contemporary Examples So this startling move towards Internet censorship should come as no surprise. The UK’s War on Porn: ‘Proof That Men Making These Rules […]