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  • PriestlyWarmollWarmoll,_John Priestly18301885English canon and convert to Catholicism The Little Book of the Most Holy Child Jesus, 1876 John Priestly Warmoll
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  • JohnAmbroseSt. JohnSt. John,_Ambrose18151875English Oratorian and convert to Catholicism; close friend of John Henry Newman. The Raccolta, tr., 1857 with subsequent
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  • important figures in the development of Western Christianity. In Roman Catholicism, he is a saint and pre-eminent Doctor of the Church, and the patron of
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  • _Edward18141878Anglican clergyman and hymn writer who converted to Roman Catholicism. Lyra Catholica, 1849 Divine Grace, 1853 The Last Farewell, 1853
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  •  (1881)  Catholicism, Protestantism, and Suicide By Henry Morselli 629143Popular Science Monthly Volume 20 December 1881 — Catholicism, Protestantism
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  • _John HenryJ-h-newman.jpg18011890English cardinal; English convert to Catholicism, later made a cardinal; in early life was a major figure in the Oxford
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  • Letter on Behalf of Richard F. Burton (category Roman Catholicism)
    related portals: Roman Catholicism, Marriage. related authors: Richard Francis Burton. sister projects: Data item. A letter introducing w:Richard F.
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  • essayist and critic. Friend of Oscar Wilde until Johnson converted to Catholicism and turned against him. The Art of Thomas Hardy (1894) Poems (1895)
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  • related portals: Roman Catholicism. sister projects: Data item.
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  • "heavenly messenger") and the epithet Silesius ("Silesian") on converting to Catholicism in 1653 “Angelus Silesius” in Encyclopædia Britannica (9th ed.), 1875–1889
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  • jpg16911781English Roman Catholic bishop, a leading figure of English Catholicism during the greater part of the 18th century Missionary Priests “Richard
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  • influence of St. Ambrose in Milan (age 29). Book VI - Moving towards Catholicism under the influence of St. Ambrose (age 30). Book VII - Moving towards
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  • LisleDe Lisle,_Ambrose Lisle Phillipps18091878A noted convert to Roman Catholicism, with eight sons and six daughters The Manual of Devotion, 1843 Mahometanism
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  • a course in theology. His study of the Fathers inclined him towards Catholicism and finally led him to Rome where he was kindly received by Cardinals
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  • or beginning with: "Peter Augustine Baines."  related portals: Roman Catholicism. sister projects: Wikipedia article. This is a disambiguation page. It
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  • jpg15391606Neapolitan Jesuit missionary who helped supervise the introduction of Catholicism to the Far East, and especially to Japan. 1584, "Historia del Principo
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  • related portals: Roman Catholicism, England.
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  • was akin to Catholicism. He endeavoured to prove that modern thought contained in itself, without suspecting it, the seed of Catholicism. (see "Sur les
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  • (1885) (transcription project) The Bible or the Creed (1886) The True Catholicism (1886) (transcription project) Ecclesiastical Polity (1889) Benjamin
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  • UltramontanismUmberto Benigni A term used to denote integral and active Catholicism, because it recognizes as its spiritual head the pope, who, for the greater
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