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  1. The Old Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht was formed in 1703 [disputed – discuss] in the area occupied by the historical Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht, which had been canonically suppressed in response to the Protestant Reformation in 1580 and superseded by the Dutch Mission erected in 1592.

  2. After annexation of the Kingdom of Ruthenia by the Kingdom of Poland in course of the Galicia–Volhynia Wars in Lviv was established the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lviv in the 14th century. In mid-15th century Metropolitan of Kyiv Isidore attempted to unite the Ruthenian Church with the Catholic world by attending the Council of Florence.

  3. › wiki › EcumenismEcumenism - Wikipedia

    Purpose and goal. The term ecumenism as it is now commonly used refers to interdenominational cooperation between different Christian churches.These initiatives can range from local churches of different denominations operating a soup kitchen for the poor, hosting an ecumenical Bible study with participants from different Christian traditions, inviting all baptized Christians to partake in a ...

  4. St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania) St Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church (Fermeuse, Newfoundland and Labrador) St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church, est. 1846, Woonsocket, Rhode Island; St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (Milan, Indiana), in Ripley County; St. Charles Church (Arlington, Virginia)

  5. Mary is the patron saint of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orlando, which Bishop William Donald Borders claimed included the moon due to a technicality in the 1917 Code of Canon Law which stated that any newly discovered territory would fall under the bishopric from whence the discovering expedition departed, making the Diocese of Orlando responsible for the moon following the flight of Apollo 11.

  6. For instance, according to a 2014 Doxa poll: 80% of women defined themselves as "Catholic", while 69% of men did so; 80% of the people in the age group above 55 defined themselves as Catholic, while 8% said to be irreligious or atheist and another 7% described themselves as "without religious reference"; among people aged between 15 and 34, percentages were 68%, 13% and 12%, respectively; in ...

  7. The name "Cecilia" applied generally to Roman women who belonged to the plebeian clan of the Caecilii. Legends and hagiographies, mistaking it for a personal name, suggest fanciful etymologies. Among those cited by Chaucer in " The Second Nun's Tale " are: lily of heaven, the way for the blind, contemplation of heaven and the active life, as if lacking in blindness, and a heaven for people to ...