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  • 81Sacrifice of the Mass — • The word Mass (missa) first established itself as the general designation for the Eucharistic Sacrifice in the West after the time of Pope Gregory the Great, the early Church having used the expression the breaking of bread (fractio panis) or… …

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  • 82Tennessee — • Includes geography, history, and demographics Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Tennessee     Tennessee     † …

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  • 83Uniformity Acts — • Statutes passed in an effort to secure uniformity in public worship throughout England Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Uniformity Acts     Uniformity Acts      …

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  • 84David Beaton —     David Beaton     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► David Beaton     (Or Bethune)     Cardinal, Archbishop of St. Andrews, b. 1494; d. 29 May, 1546. He was of an honourable Scottish family on both sides, being a younger son of John Beaton of Balfour… …

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  • 85Fear (From a Moral Standpoint) —     Fear     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Fear     (CONSIDERED FROM A MORAL STANDPOINT.)     Fear is an unsettlement of soul consequent upon the apprehension of some present or future danger. It is here viewed from the moral standpoint, that is, in… …

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  • 86Feast of the Circumcision —     Feast of the Circumcision     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Feast of the Circumcision     As Christ wished to fulfil the law and to show His descent according to the flesh from Abraham. He, though not bound by the law, was circumcised on the… …

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  • 87Mormonism —     Mormons     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Mormons     (Also called the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.)     This religious body had its origin during the early part of the nineteenth century.     Joseph Smith, the founder and first… …

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  • 88Ritual of Marriage —     Ritual of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ritual of Marriage     The form for the celebration of the Sacrament of Matrimony, as it stands in the Rituale Romanum of the present day, is remarkably simple. It consists of the following… …

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  • 89Society of Friends (Quakers) —     Society of Friends (Quakers)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Society of Friends (Quakers)     The official designation of an Anglo American religious sect originally styling themselves Children of Truth and Children of Light , but in scorn by… …

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  • 90St. Agnes of Bohemia —     St. Agnes of Bohemia     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Agnes of Bohemia     (Also called Agnes of Prague). Born at Prague in the year 1200; died probably in 1281. She was the daughter of Ottocar, King of Bohemia and Constance of Hungary, a… …

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  • 91St. Denis —     St. Denis     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Denis     Bishop of Paris, and martyr. Born in Italy, nothing is definitely known of the time or place, or of his early life. His feast is kept on 9 October. He is usually represented with his head… …

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  • 92The Dominican Republic —     The Dominican Republic     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Dominican Republic     (SAN DOMINGO, SANTO DOMINGO).     The Dominican Republic is the eastern, and much larger political division of the island now comprehensively known as Haiti,… …

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  • 93Civil Union Act, 2006 — Act to provide for the solemnisation of civil unions, by way of either a marriage or civil partnership; the legal consequences of civil unions; and to provide for matters incidental thereto. Citation …

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  • 94Same-sex marriage in New Hampshire — Legal recognition of same sex relationships Marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden …

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  • 95Marriage Act, 1961 (South Africa) — Marriage Act, 1961 Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the solemnization of marriages and matters incidental thereto. Citation Act No. 25 of 1961 Territor …

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  • 96Norse rituals — Norse paganism Part of Norse paganism …

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  • 97Nuu-chah-nulth people — Nuu chah nulth Three Nuu chah nulth children in Yuquot, 1930s Total population 8147 Regions with significant populations …

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  • 98Anne Brandon, Baroness Grey of Powys — (* zwischen 1506 und 1509; † Januar 1558) war eine englische Adlige und älteste Tochter von Charles Brandon, 1. Duke of Suffolk aus seiner Ehe mit Anne Browne. Unter obskuren Umständen geboren und unter ständigem Verdacht der Illegitimität… …

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  • 99Florence Farr — Florence Beatrice Farr (épouse Emery, née le 7 juillet 1860 à Bickley et décédée le 29 avril 1917 à Colombo sur Ceylan) était une actrice et metteur en scène de théâtre, une musicienne et chef d orchestre, une …

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  • 100United Kingdom —    The National Census of April 2001 reported 559,000 Hindus living in Britain, approximately 1 percent of the population, making Hinduism Britain’s third largest religion. In 1977, 70 per cent of Hindu residents were Gujarati, 15 percent Punjabi …

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