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  1. sco.wikipedia.org › wiki › CatholicismCatholicism - Wikipedia

    Catholicism haes twa main meanins, described in Webster's Dictionar as: 1) "the faith o the Roman Catholic Kirk, or adherence tharetil." 2) "the hail orthodox christian kirk, or adherence tharetil"; an the term comes frae the Greek adjective καθολικός-ή-όν (katholikos), meanin "general" or "universal". In Greek, the wird for "Kirk" is feminine an ...

  2. WikiProject Catholicism is a WikiProject dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of topics related to the Catholic Church, including the Latin Church, and the Eastern Catholic Churches in communion with the Pope in Rome. Feel free to join by adding your username to the members list

  3. regional distribution of u.s. catholics (as a percentage of the total u.s. catholic population) is as follows: northeast, 24%; midwest, 19%; south, 32% (a percentage that has increased in recent years due to a growing number of catholics mainly in texas, louisiana, and florida, with the rest of the southern states remaining overwhelmingly …

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  4. Catholic Church and Judaism. Christianity started as a movement within Judaism in the mid-1st century. Worshipers of the diverging religions initially co-existed, but began branching out under Paul the Apostle. In 380, Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire, and a power on its own after the Fall of Rome.

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    Catholicism (usually uncountable, plural Catholicisms) The faiths, practices and doctrines of the Catholic Church. 2011, Connie Green, Religious Diversity and Children's Literature, p 156 Catholicism is the second largest religious body after Sunni Muslims; Hypernyms . Christianity, trinitarianism; Coordinate terms . Mormonism, Protestantism, Quakerism

  6. Category. : Catholicism. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. This is a main category requiring frequent diffusion and maybe maintenance. As many pictures and media files as possible should be moved into appropriate subcategories. Catholicism. Christian doctrine professed by the Catholic Church. image distribution map.