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*  Affirming Catholicism
... UK Affirming Catholicism USA Anglo-Catholicism for Progressives. ... "Affirming Catholicism New Chair" (PDF). News letter. Affirming Catholicism. 30 September 2012. Archived from the original (pdf ... Affirming Catholicism is a movement operating in several provinces of the Anglican Communion, including the UK, Ireland, Canada ... Affirming Catholicism. Archived from the original on 5 August 2014. Retrieved 17 January 2015. "New President of Aff Cath ...
*  National Catholicism
... ". Spanish Catholicism: An Historical Overview. University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 978-0-299-09804-9. ... National Catholicism (Spanish: Nacionalcatolicismo) was part of the ideological identity of Francoism, the dictatorial regime ... In the 1920s France, a similar model of National Catholicism was advanced by the Fédération Nationale Catholique formed by ... ISBN 978-963-9241-82-4. Stanley G. Payne (1984). Spanish Catholicism: An Historical Overview. Univ of Wisconsin Press. p. xiii ...
*  Traditionalist Catholicism
... is a movement of Catholics in favour of restoring many or all of the customs, traditions, liturgical ... "Radical Traditional Catholicism", Intelligence Files, Southern Poverty Law Center, 2011 "Radical Traditionalist Catholics Spew ... "Integrism" is a term used to describe traditionalist Catholicism especially in a social and political context. Kay Chadwick ... Historical Dictionary of Catholicism. Retrieved 15 February 2015. Being Right. Retrieved 15 February 2015. Fundamentalisms ...
*  Political Catholicism
Franco's mixture of Catholicism and nationalism received its own brand of National Catholicism and it inspired similar ... Political Catholicism is a political and cultural conception which promotes the ideas and social teaching of the Catholic ... 2004). Political Catholicism in Europe 1918-45. Routledge. ISBN 0-7146-5650-X. Lovell Evans, Ellen (1999). The Cross and the ... Freemasons were seen mainly as enemies and vehement opponents of political Catholicism. A special situation occurred in Mexico ...
*  Anti-Catholicism
has called Anti-Catholicism "the deepest-held bias in the history of the American people". American anti-Catholicism has its ... Catholicism was not openly restored to Japan until the 1850s. See Roman Catholicism in North Korea A Buddhist-influenced ... The New Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice (Oxford University Press, New ed. 2004). British anti-Catholicism was ... anti-Catholicism has gained strength. A pivotal moment during the rise of anti-Catholicism was the kicking of the saint episode ...
*  Subsidiarity (Catholicism)
Foundation for Subsidiarity - a journal of conservative Catholicism. ...
*  Anglo-Catholicism
The terms Anglo-Catholicism, Anglican Catholicism, and Catholic Anglicanism refer to people, beliefs and practices within ... style of Anglo-Catholicism is represented by Affirming Catholicism and the Society of Catholic Priests. A third strand of ... Anglo-Catholicism was emotionally intense, and yet drawn to aspects of the pre-Reformation Church, including the revival of ... Since at least the 1970s, Anglo-Catholicism has been dividing into two distinct camps, along a fault-line which can perhaps be ...
*  Folk Catholicism
... is any of various ethnic expressions of Catholicism as practiced in Catholic communities, typically in ... Folk accommodations between Catholicism and local beliefs can be found in Gaelic Scotland, the Philippines, Ireland, Spain, ... Practices identified by outside observers as "folk Catholicism" vary from place to place and sometimes contradict the official ... "Folk Catholicism in Iligan City" Iligan City: MSU-IIT, 2013.. ... Folk Catholic practices occur where Catholicism is a major ...
*  Cafeteria Catholicism
An early use in print of "cafeteria Catholicism" appears in Fidelity, 1986. "Cafeteria Catholicism" allows us to pick those " ... "Cafeteria Catholicism" is what happens when the stance of Protagoras, regarding man as the measure of all things, gets religion ... Fidelity, 1986, published by the Wanderer Forum Foundation A different distinction, in the term "communal Catholicism," had ... "4 Cafeteria Catholicism - In 1976, I published a book called The Communal Catholic (Greeley, 1976) in which I suggested that ...
*  Polish Catholicism
Characteristics of distinguishing the Polish-Catholicism from the Old-Catholicism: cultivates tradition and devotion typical of ... Polish-Catholicism was established not in the home country but in the United States as a result of disputes within the Catholic ... Polish-Catholicism is the variety of the Old Catholic Church based on Polish religious and cultural traditions. To simplify, ... Polish-Catholicism accepted the principle of the Old Catholic Church's Apostolic Office which represent respectively: deacon - ...
*  Titular (Catholicism)
In Roman Catholicism, a titular is a cardinal who holds a titulus, one of the main churches of Rome. Such holders were ...
*  Interstices (Catholicism)
In Roman Catholicism, the interstices is a period of at least three months between the ordination of a man to the diaconate and ...
*  Catholicism (disambiguation)
The term Catholicism is primarily used as a denominational designation for the Catholic Church Catholicism may also refer to: ... designation for the liberal branch within the Catholic Church National Catholicism, designation for a nationalist branch within ... denominational designation for the Anglican Communion Old Catholicism, denominational designation for the Old-Catholic Church ... Affirming Catholicism, designation for particular religious movement within the Anglican Communion Folk Catholicism, ...
*  Liberal Anglo-Catholicism
In the UK the Affirming Catholicism movement is a home to many liberal Anglican Catholics. Westcott House, Cambridge is a ... The terms liberal Anglo-Catholicism and liberal Anglo-Catholic (also Liberal Catholic) refer to people, beliefs and practices ... Church of England theological college in the tradition of Liberal Anglo-Catholicism. Dalmer 1906. Maurice 1849. Muray 2007. ... that affirm liberal Christian perspectives while maintaining the traditions culturally associated with Anglo-Catholicism. The ...
*  Humor about Catholicism
Catholicism portal Media portal Microsoft acquisition hoax, an Internet joke suggesting that the information technology company ... The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an international group of mostly gay men who frequently mock Catholicism and promote safe ...
*  Parochial mission (Catholicism)
A parish mission or parochial mission is, in the terminology of the Roman Catholic Church, a term applied to certain special pastoral efforts among Catholics. These are "home missions", distinguished from the apostolic missions sent to make conversions among pagans and heretics. Such missions may consist of systematic preaching and instruction, extending over a stated number of days, performed by authorized missionaries. Until the beginning of the seventeenth century there existed no organized form of Catholic popular missionary work, as it is now understood. The preaching, for example, of the mendicant orders, was not reduced to a system until the foundation of the Congregation of Priests of the Mission by Vincent de Paul. That was in France; in Italy, a century later (1732), Alphonsus Liguori founded his congregation of Redemptorists. About one hundred years later Gaspar Bufalo (died 1837) founded in Rome the Congregation of the Most Precious Blood to devote itself exclusively to parochial ...
*  Great Conversation (Catholicism)
The Great Conversation is a term describing a supposed phenomenon which some Roman Catholic apologists believe takes place in purgatory. They hold that souls arriving in purgatory after death will naturally converse with each other in an effort to determine where they are and how they got there. The impression is that of a large social gathering in which every participant has much the same questions on his or her mind. According to mainstream Catholic teachings, purgatory is the process of purification in which the souls of those who die in a state of grace are made ready for Heaven. One common metaphor describes it as a place where the souls of all Christians go directly after death and where each remains until he or she is ready to be admitted to heaven. In this context, "The Great Conversation" will naturally occur in purgatory as a result of the deeply social nature of humankind: souls in purgatory will communicate with each other. C.S. Lewis once wrote that heaven knows only two languages: ...
*  Nazi views on Catholicism
Roman Catholicism has ancient roots among Germanic peoples, but The Reformation divided German Christians between Protestantism ... According to William Shirer, Hitler "inveighed against political Catholicism in Mein Kampf and attacked both of the Christian ... "church officials were well aware that the ultimate aim of Hitler and other Nazis was the total elimination of Catholicism and ... and retained some regard for the organisational power of Catholicism, he had utter contempt for its central teachings, which he ...
*  The New Anti-Catholicism
Pakenham, Michael, Anti-Catholicism in the U.S.: A hate much loved and lied about Baltimore Sun, May 11, 2003. Retrieved 2011- ... The New Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice is a book written by Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History ... List of book reviews, including The New Anti-Catholicism hosted at Philip Jenkins' Penn State webpage. Accessed 2011-07-22.. ... chapter= ignored (help). The New Anti-Catholicism, About This Book Google Books, book description. Retrieved 2011-07-22.[ ...
*  Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Catholicism
Catholicism and Literature (4 Volumes) XII. Catholicism and the Arts (7 Volumes) XIII. Catholicism and Science (8 Volumes) XIV ... The Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Catholicism is a series of 150 short works on topics pertaining to Catholicism originally ... General and Supplementary (4 Volumes) 20th century encyclopedia of Catholicism. ...
*  Three Pillars of Chinese Catholicism
Christianity in China portal Catholicism portal Roman Catholicism in China Li Yingshi - another important convert made by Ricci ... Later Li would also be responsible for introducing Catholicism to his hometown of Hangzhou. The year after he returned home for ... Ricci also during this time taught him much of Western science, mathematics, and Catholicism. Shortly thereafter Li Zhizao was ... are known as the Three Great Pillars of Chinese Catholicism (聖教三柱石, literally the "Holy Religion's Three Pillar-Stones"). It is ...
*  Anti-Catholicism in Denmark-Norway
... and that they secretly supported Catholicism. Several of these suspected Catholic priests were called to the country's highest ...
*  Anti-Catholicism in the United States
Anti-Catholicism was widespread in the 1920s; anti-Catholics, including the Ku Klux Klan, believed that Catholicism was ... American Anti-Catholicism has its origins in the Reformation. Because the Reformation was based on an effort to correct what ... Anti-Catholicism reached a peak in the mid nineteenth century when Protestant leaders became alarmed by the heavy influx of ... Greed, Roman Catholicism's view on homosexuality, and the celibate priesthood were low on the list of grievances for those who ...
*  Anti-Catholicism in the United Kingdom
18-45 in JSTOR, illustrated Norman, E.R. Anti-Catholicism in Victorian England (1968) Paz, D.G. Popular Anti-Catholicism in Mid ... Anti-Catholicism among many of the English was grounded in the fear that the pope sought to reimpose not just religio-spiritual ... Anti-Catholicism among many of the English was grounded in the fear that the pope sought to reimpose not just religio-spiritual ... Residual anti-Catholicism in England is represented by the burning of an effigy of the Catholic conspirator Guy Fawkes at local ...
*  Anti-Catholicism in the Soviet Union
... , including the Soviet Anti-Catholic Campaigns, refer to those concerted efforts taken by ... In the eyes of the Russian leadership, Catholicism was intrinsically linked with the West; therefore, attempts by the Holy See ... In Romania, the strategy of the Communist leadership was to take a two-pronged approach to suppressing Catholicism. First, the ... Particularly during and following the reign of Peter the Great, Catholicism saw much growth in Russia. Russian nobility wanted ...