Doctor of the Church

noun
(Roman Catholic Church) a title conferred on 33 saints who distinguished themselves through the orthodoxy of their theological teaching
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the Doctors of the Church greatly influenced Christian thought down to the late Middle Ages

Syn: ↑Doctor
Hypernyms: ↑theologian, ↑theologist, ↑theologizer, ↑theologiser
Instance Hyponyms:
Ambrose, ↑Saint Ambrose, ↑St. Ambrose, ↑Aquinas, ↑Thomas Aquinas, ↑Saint Thomas, ↑St. Thomas, ↑Saint Thomas Aquinas, ↑St. Thomas Aquinas, ↑Athanasius, ↑Saint Athanasius, ↑St. Athanasius, ↑Athanasius the Great, ↑Augustine, ↑Saint Augustine, ↑St. Augustine, ↑Augustine of Hippo, ↑Basil, ↑St. Basil, ↑Basil of Caesarea, ↑Basil the Great, ↑St. Basil the Great, ↑Bede, ↑Saint Bede, ↑St. Bede, ↑Baeda, ↑Saint Baeda, ↑St. Baeda, ↑Beda, ↑Saint Beda, ↑St. Beda, ↑the Venerable Bede, ↑Gregory, ↑Gregory I, ↑Saint Gregory I, ↑St. Gregory I, ↑Gregory the Great, ↑Gregory Nazianzen, ↑Gregory of Nazianzen, ↑St. Gregory of Nazianzen, ↑Irenaeus, ↑Saint Irenaeus, ↑St. Irenaeus, ↑Jerome, ↑Saint Jerome, ↑St. Jerome, ↑Hieronymus, ↑Eusebius Hieronymus, ↑Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus, ↑John Chrysostom, ↑St. John Chrysostom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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