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  • Catholic Church

Catholic Church Doctrines. (Corporate Name)

Preferred form: Catholic Church Doctrines.
Used for/see from:
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Catholicism
  • Roman Catholicism
See also:

LC NAMES file: n79-41716.

Matovina, T.M. Latino Catholicism, c2012.

Cunningham, L. An introduction to Catholicism, c2009.

The illustrated encyclopedia of Catholicism, c2009: t.p. (Catholic Christianity)

Wikipedia, Apr. 10, 2012 (Catholicism is a broad term for the body of the Catholic faith, its theologies and doctrines, its liturgical, ethical, spiritual, and behavioral characteristics, as well as a religious people as a whole. For many the term usually refers to Christians and churches, western and eastern, in full communion with the Holy See, known alternatively as the Catholic Church or as the Roman Catholic Church. However, many others use the term to refer to other churches with historical continuity from the first millennium. ... Catholicism is distinguished from other forms of Christianity in its particular understanding and commitment to tradition, the sacraments, the mediation between God, communion, and the See of Rome.)

O'Leary, D. Roman Catholicism and modern science, 2006.

Gillis, C. Roman Catholicism in America, c1999.

The subdivisions used under Catholic Church may also be used under Catholic Church--Ambrosian rite; Catholic Church--Byzantine rite, etc.

Example under Christian sects; Christianity

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