There are 2 main translations of catholic in Spanish

: catholic1Catholic2

catholic1

liberal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkæθ(ə)lɪk/ /ˈkaθ(ə)lɪk/

adjective

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    (broad, comprehensive)
    liberal
    (tastes/interests) amplio y variado
    he's catholic in his choice of books lee libros de toda índole / de la más variada índole

There are 2 main translations of Catholic in Spanish

: catholic1Catholic2

Catholic2

católico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkæθ(ə)lɪk/ /ˈkaθ(ə)lɪk/

adjective

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    católico
    the (Roman) Catholic Church la iglesia católica (apostólica romana)
    • One reason, no doubt, was the Oxford Movement and its revival of Catholic practice.
    • Actually they seem to argue more accurately for certain heresies than they do for the Catholic doctrines.
    • Moreover, far from being a heretic, he loyally endorsed the essentials of Catholic doctrine.
    • Plus, historical evidence shows that the Catholic church did at least appoint women as deacons between the third and ninth centuries.
    • So also, in Catholic and Orthodox Christianity is the image of the Mother and Child.
    • The two principles that guided his life and career were a deep Catholic faith and Catalan nationalism.
    • Believing in the authenticity of such apparitions is not even a requirement of Catholic faith.
    • Since 1854, the immaculate conception has been an essential dogma of the Catholic faith.
    • For what Galileo did next was to set out at great length his arguments that the Catholic faith should not in any way depend on facts of science.
    • It is indisputable that Catholic education is rooted in a faith community.
    • With or without the pope, the catholic universities go on training young theologians.
    • Would the Huguenot Bourbon family, if successful, tolerate a catholic monarchy?
    • Archbishop Cullen then presided over a committee to set up a catholic university.
    • The funeral was a Catholic Requiem Mass, but the variety of groups of Philip's friends made the event anything but catholic.
    • It was used to teach catholic children the truths of their religion when that religion was suppressed in England.
    • School pupils were put to the taste test when TV chef Peter Vaughan visited St Augustine's catholic college.
    • The review was being conducted in seven regional zones, plus another concentrating on catholic schools.
    • In high school, there was a series of talks on various social issues given to us by devoutly catholic speakers.
    • I was born and raised catholic, but I was always uneasy with my catholic education.
    • Some catholic priests will allow mixed marriages and some won't.
    • He had been briefly married to Mary, Queen of Scots, who was herself ardently catholic and influenced by the Guise family.
    • I owe all of my successes to one Catholic priest and to Christ, who inspired him.
    • Elaborate meals are served on Christmas Eve by Catholic families who attend midnight Mass.
    • Protestant Christianity rejects the cult of the saints so crucial to medieval and modern Catholic Christianity.
    • To the extent this is true, it is a betrayal of the universal and catholic mission of Orthodoxy.

noun

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    católico masculine
    católica feminine