Ca·thol·i·cism


Ca·thol·i·cism
/kəˈθɑːləˌsızəm/ noun [noncount]
: the Roman Catholic religion

He converted to Catholicism.


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  • Ca|thol|i|cism — «kuh THOL uh sihz uhm», noun. = catholicity. (Cf. ↑catholicity) Ca|thol|i|cism «kuh THOL uh sihz uhm», noun. the faith, doctrine, organization, and methods of the Roman Catholic Church …   Useful english dictionary

  • ca|thol|i|cism — «kuh THOL uh sihz uhm», noun. = catholicity. (Cf. ↑catholicity) Ca|thol|i|cism «kuh THOL uh sihz uhm», noun. the faith, doctrine, organization, and methods of the Roman Catholic Church …   Useful english dictionary

  • An|glo-Ca|thol|i|cism — «ANG gloh kuh THOL uh sihz uhm», noun. Anglo Catholic beliefs and practices …   Useful english dictionary

  • thol — ab·sin·thol; ac·an·thol·o·gy; ac·an·thol·y·sis; ag·a·thol·o·gy; al·pha naph·thol; an·thol·o·gist; an·thol·o·gize; an·thol·o·gy; an·thol·y·sis; ber·thol·le·tia; ber·thol·lide; car·vo·men·thol; ca·thol·i·cal·ly; ca·thol·i·cate; ca·thol·i·cism;… …   English syllables

  • cism — ac·a·dem·i·cism; aes·thet·i·cism; agel·i·cism; ag·nos·ti·cism; anat·o·cism; an·gli·cism; an·thro·po·cen·tri·cism; apoc·a·lyp·ti·cism; arab·i·cism; ar·cha·i·cism; as·cet·i·cism; asi·at·i·cism; ath·let·i·cism; at·ti·cism; be·ta·cism; bib·li·cism;… …   English syllables

  • catholicism — ca·thol·i·cism …   English syllables

  • ca — ab·a·ca; aba·ca·te; aba·ca·xi; ab·di·ca·ble; ab·di·ca·tion; ab·di·ca·tor; ab·ra·ca·dab·ra; ac·ca; ac·ciac·ca·tu·ra; ace·ti·fi·ca·tion; acid·i·fi·ca·tion; ac·ro·tho·rac·i·ca; ac·ti·fi·ca·tion; ad·ju·di·ca·taire; ad·ju·di·ca·tio; ad·ju·di·ca·tion;… …   English syllables

  • Anglo-Catholicism — An glo Ca*thol i*cism, n. The belief of those in the Church of England who accept many doctrines and practices which they maintain were those of the primitive, or true, Catholic Church, of which they consider the Church of England to be the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Catholicism — Ca*thol i*cism, n. [Cf. F. catholicisme.] [1913 Webster] 1. The state or quality of being catholic or universal; catholicity. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] 2. Liberality of sentiment; breadth of view. [1913 Webster] 3. The faith of the whole… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Catholicism — Ca|thol|i|cism [ kə θalı,sızəm ] noun uncount the religion of the Roman Catholic Church …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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