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- In high school, he abandoned his parents' Hindu faith and converted to Catholicism.
- The strength of Polish Catholicism derived from the church's role as one of the main sources of national identity.
- A lot of the traditions carried out in her youth revolved around Catholicism and the Church.
- For the mass of Italians the Church and Catholicism were a central part of everyday life.
- Moore's preoccupation with faith and with religion, particularly with Catholicism, is a salient feature of his work.
- Alone among the great monotheistic faiths, Catholicism is a lover rather than a breaker of icons.
- Church and state are separate today, but Catholicism is the religion of the great majority.
- You seem to be confusing being raised as a Catholic with actually practicing Catholicism, mate.
- One of the characteristics of Catholicism is a lively devotion to Our Lady.
- They brought with them Jesuit missionaries to convert the people to Catholicism.
- The Catholicism practiced in Venezuela very much follows the guidelines of the Roman hierarchy.
- Or was her Catholicism simply part of the natural order, just taken for granted?
- Nowadays it is not so easy to know who is a Catholic, or what one understands by Catholicism.
- Families, not bishops, carry and transmit Catholicism, in our culture as any culture.
- In preconciliar Catholicism, such questions would be dismissed quickly and easily.
- I think the shift can be traced to factors both external and internal to American Catholicism.
- Yet Catholicism has never condemned all participation in war as morally impermissible.
- There is no doubt that the shift from the use of Latin to the vernacular was a momentous event in Catholicism.
- The Catholicism of the forties and fifties cannot and should not be restored.
- Obviously Brian felt strongly enough about his Catholicism to insist on a church wedding.