Definition of 'Catholicism'
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Peter was always grateful that Frances had received the news of his Catholicism with the unassertiveness he found attractive in her. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)Pius IV's last act before he died was to make an unexpected gift from Catholicism to Orthodoxy. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2002)
Trends of 'Catholicism'
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Translations for 'Catholicism'
British English: Catholicism NOUN
Catholicism is the traditions, the behaviour, and the set of Christian beliefs that are held by Catholics.
...her conversion to Catholicism.
Definition of Catholicism from the Collins English Dictionary
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