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- Catholics are a majority in neighbouring Canada, where there has been a strong historical presence of France and much immigration from Catholic countries.
- Catholics were pacifists in the earliest days of the Church, as witnessed by the fact that Christians were forbidden to join the Roman Army.
- Catholics were now on the same footing as Protestants except for a few restrictions, most of which were later removed.
- Catholics are called to examine their conscience before confession.
- Catholics were barred from living within the city walls, and so the Bogside has always been a predominantly Catholic district.
- Bishop Sheridan warned Catholics in his statement Tuesday that Pelosi's picture of Church history and teaching is categorically false.
- The few Catholics in New York had no church, no priest, no bishop.
- For Lutherans the local congregation is church in the full sense; for Catholics it is the local church led by its bishop.
- Those Christians united with the bishop of Rome (the Pope) are what is commonly referred to as Roman Catholics.
- Once more it is incumbent upon Catholics not to impinge on others' sensibilities and limit themselves to what is acceptable to each particular Church.
- But, my lords, the remainder of the oath could be taken by Dissenters, but could not be taken by Roman Catholics.
- Dissenters were allowed to emigrate, and the free cities were obligated to allow both Catholics and Lutherans to practice their religions.
- In 1658, the Catholics of St. Mary's and the Puritans of St. Leonard's consulted, and the province was surrendered to Lord Baltimore.
- Chorales are to Lutherans what the rosary is to Roman Catholics or what icons are to Eastern Orthodox.
- Some people have asked why the Orthodox don't pray the Rosary as Roman Catholics and some other non-Orthodox do.
- While the Rosary was said by many Roman Catholics in the past, its use has declined since Vatican II, alongside many traditional practices and devotions.
- After releasing two albums with 4AD, he left the label and formed a backing band, Frank Black and the Catholics.
- One of the most hated provisions of these laws was the one that obligated all Catholics (but not Protestants) to tithe the Church of England.
- On the contrary, at that period, danger to the church was apprehended, not from the Roman Catholics, but from the Dissenters from the Church of England.
- Like many other Anglican churches, the Church of England has entered into full communion with the Old Catholics.
- It was the century of Emancipation for Catholics in the entire kingdom and the re-establishment of the Catholic hierarchy in England in 1850.
- The Calvinists are in the winning seat as Reformed Protestants (Calvinists and Arminians alike) go to war against the Catholics.
- As a result, Anabaptists were heavily persecuted during the 16th century and into the 17th by both Roman Catholics and Protestants.
- Some have treated Byzantine Rite Catholics within the Georgian Catholic Church as a separate particular Church with a reunion date of either 1861 or 1917.
- The Melkites, or Byzantine rite Catholics of Middle Eastern origin, are the descendants of the early Christians of Antioch (Syria).
- These Catholics are of Greek or Albanian origin, and use the Byzantine Rite.
- Catholics who pray the Liturgy of the Hours use a set of books issued by the Church that has been called a breviary.
- The remaining members are both Catholics and non-Catholics who have no Anglican background, but have expressed an interest in the Anglican Use liturgy.
- The most important parts of the liturgy are the sacraments, which Roman Catholics believe were instituted by Christ (see below).
- Many Protestants (and some Catholics) in Northern Ireland argue they have a distinct identity that would be overwhelmed in a united Ireland.
- The Judge, one President and 13 assessors were catholics, the other President and 12 assessors were protestants (Augsburg confession).
- The year 1530, with the Augsburg Confession (Confessio Augustana), marked a final attempt to avoid church division between Roman Catholics and Protestants.
- At the Diet of Augsburg in 1547 he created a doctrinal compromise that he felt Catholics and Protestants alike might share.
- Emperor Charles V was to come to Augsburg to hear the differences between the Roman Catholics and Lutherans.
- Those who make a practice of spreading dissension among Catholics assume a terrible responsibility before God and the Church.
- Roman Catholics, Anglicans, and some Protestants use the title Mother of God more often than Theotokos.
- However, Eastern Catholics recognized from ancient times that Mary was preserved by God from sin.
- Upon confession and a priest's absolution of a mortal sin or sins, Catholics are restored to the state of sanctifying grace and rejustified.
- Catholics restrict participation to their members who are not in a state of mortal sin.
- Says Goodwin: "John Wimber actively promotes the reunification of the Protestants and the Catholics.
- This is particularly so with his ready acceptance of Roman Catholics" [John Wimber - Friend or Foe?, p9,10, Philip Jensen].
- Public worship for catholics in the Netherlands is officially forbidden.
- Like the Catholics, the Arminians were now placed under a ban, and were forbidden to hold meetings for public worship.
- The two thorny questions related to freedom of trade in the Indies, and to liberty of public worship to the Roman Catholics in the States.
- The principal liturgy on Sundays is the Holy Eucharist (called the Mass by Catholics).
- Roman Catholics who are baptized and confirmed may share the Holy Eucharist with us, as can Orthodox Christians.
- Catholics may receive Holy Communion outside of Mass, but then it is normally given only as the host.
- Recently in an issue of the Lutheran Magazine you expressed your hope that Lutherans could some day soon celebrate Holy Communion with Roman Catholics.
- The Pope tells the world that the Catholics of France have called for his protection and he must answer that call.
- After this moribund period, the first signs of a revival occurred as thousands of French Catholics fled France during the French Revolution.
- It was one event in the series of civil wars between Roman Catholics and Huguenots that beset France in the late 16th century.
- The religious wars among Catholics, Lutherans and Calvinists were fought by secular monarchs who saw religious schisms as political opportunities.
- During the religious wars, until the sacking of Oudewater, both Roman Catholics and Protestants used this church.
- As the number of Catholics of this Rite has increased very considerably of late years, Leo XIII in 1895 restore the Catholic patriarchate.
- The document stresses that Lutherans and Catholics agree that salvation is the result of an initiative by God through Jesus Christ to forgive sinners.
- For Catholics, the Eucharist is Jesus Christ: body, blood, soul and divinity.
- The Old Catholics are a body of Christians committed to the Person of Jesus Christ and His teaching.
- There are many more Catholics, Jews and Mormons in the Senate than there were a generation or two ago.
- No. I think that most Mormons, Catholics, and Evangelicals will agree more often politically than they disagree.
- Roman Catholics and Mormons both have theological reasons for producing lots of children.
- If Saint Patrick's Day (17 March) falls on a Friday during Lent, the local Bishop can dispense with the rules and Catholics can eat meat.
- Although these rules have been relaxed in the Western church, many Roman Catholics and Protestants choose to give up a favorite food or activity during Lent.
- Recall that neither the Church of Utrecht, nor the Old Catholics, nor the offspring of the Old Catholics, ever accepted their status as schismatics.
- Differences between Arianic Vandals and Catholics or Donatists was a constant source of tensions in their African state.
- As an infallible pronouncement, the Dogma of the Assumption is thus a mandatory belief for Catholics.
- However, this dogma has been interpreted in many different ways by both Catholics and non-Catholics alike.
- As an infallible pronouncement, the Dogma of the Assumption is thus a mandatory belief for Roman Catholics.
- Catholics believe that God the Son, the second of the three Persons of God, became incarnate as Jesus Christ, a human being, born of the Virgin Mary.
- Catholics and Orthodox would even mention the Virgin Mary as an only child, and even Jesus himself.
- Having three "petals," the fleur-de-lis has also been used to represent the Holy Trinity and is used by Roman Catholics to symbolize the Virgin Mary.
- Today Catholics, Eastern Christians, and traditional Protestant communities frame worship around a liturgical calendar.
- Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Eastern Christians, and traditional Protestant communities frame worship around a liturgical calendar.
- Catholics must also attend Mass on approximately ten additional days every year, known as the Holy Day of Obligation.
- Roman Catholics celebrate January 1 as the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God, and it remains a holy day of obligation.
- The Edict resulted in a great transfer of power and property away from the Protestants to the Catholics.
- The ambitions were: full rights for Catholics in Ireland, toleration of the Catholic religion, and self-government for Ireland.
- In Georgia, Jews were protected by the colonial charter which promised the toleration of all immigrants except Catholics.
- Because Pius was such a strong Pope, destroying his good name would weaken the confidence of many Catholics and increase hostility to the Church everywhere.
- In affairs of state, Pius V excommunicated Elizabeth I of England for schism and persecutions of English Catholics during her reign.
- Under Pius X, the traditionally difficult situation of Polish Catholics in Russia did not improve.
- The doctrine was declared dogma for Roman Catholics by Pope Pius XII in the apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus on Nov.
- In 1950, Pope Pius XII defined the Assumption of Mary as being an article of faith for Roman Catholics.
- For Eastern Catholics two sections of Eastern canon law had already, under Pope Pius XII, been put in the form of short canons.
- It was incomprehensible for the Roman Pontiff to be the head of Catholics the world over, yet in his own country be subject to another head of state.
- He is believed by Catholics to fulfill this role as the Successor of Saint Peter, also making him Vicar of Christ.
- I ask Catholics and Christians around world to join together in prayer and discussion to chart a new course for the Church of Rome.
- And while the Muslim is submissive to Allah, all "non-believers" (Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Catholics, etc.) MUST submit to the Muslim.
- Among the Christians, there are so many castes like Catholics, Protestants, Lutherans and Syrians.
- The vast majority of these are Protestants and Roman Catholics.
- The vast majority of those who practice Catholicism in this older form are unrelated to the radical traditionalist Catholics who gathered in Philadelphia.
- The Roman rite is used only by the Latin (Roman Catholic) Church, and is used by the vast majority of Catholics (98%).
- The Roman Rite, being used by the Latin Church, is dominant throughout most of the world, being used by the vast majority of Catholics (approx.
- These autonomous Churches are in communion with Rome, but their members are not “Roman Catholics”, that is, not Catholics of the Roman Rite.
- Christian supporters of Israel include and have included and include Congregationalists, Presbyterians and Roman Catholics such as the Sisters of Zion.
- Whether that portends a serious move to turn Fort Worth Episcopalians and their churches into Catholics and Catholic churches is a matter of dispute.
- Of the first 108 justices, 35 were Episcopalians, 19 were Presbyterians, 11 were Roman Catholics and 10 were Unitarians.
- Pius VIII accepted the situation on mixed marriages between Protestants and Catholics in Germany, but opposed liberalising tendencies in Ireland and Poland.
- Catholics formed about 75% of the population of Ireland, but in England only around 1% and in Scotland about 2%.
- Many Catholics desire a greater connection with the Republic of Ireland, with 42% of Catholics, according to a 2004 survey, supporting a united Ireland.
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