Roman Catholic Church

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the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy

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As a Catholic Christian, my religion is based on human being's ultimate free will in life, including freedom to believe.
Newels, now Dania Newels, was a Catholic Christian working at the center for the past five years.
For all those who have been keeping a close watch on the tension developing between a Catholic Christian missionary and a section of the Muslim Clergy in the Kashmir Valley, it comes somewhat as a surprise that Rev.
Marxist intellectuals as well as Protestant and Catholic Christians suffered during the Cultural Revolution.
and New York City, a recent survey conducted among Protestant and Catholic Christians in the United States revealed that 82 percent say they love the state of Israel and the Jewish people, and feel a moral obligation to support Israel.
It concentrates upon the Madras Presidency, which had a high proportion of India's Christian population, and, unlike most such books, gives equal space to Protestant and Roman Catholic Christians.
Catholic Christians are expected to support the community actively, but it is the duty of the community to provide for its members.
Inside are altars, lecterns, linens, candles, crosses and crucifixes, offering plates, communion sets, and several versions of the Bible to support Protestant and Catholic Christians.
Beijing has intensified its crackdown on the Falun Gong spiritual movement, unregistered Protestant and Catholic Christians, Tibetan Buddhists and Uighur Muslims, Abrams said.
According to the National Council for Community and Justice (NCCJ), religious groups operating in metropolitan Chicago (in order of their estimated size) include Catholic Christians, Protestant Christians, Orthodox Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, Anglican Christians, Mormons, Sikhs, Jains, Baha'is, and Zoroastrians.
Catholicism had become more universal in focus, although the church remained highly Euro-centric, and following both Protestant and Catholic missionizing within as well as outside Europe, the knowledge and practice of Catholic Christians increased and they had become a more disciplined people.
The reader is invited to drink from the well of spiritual experiences that two Catholic Christians have made in their encounter with eastern philosophy.
Orthodox Christians started on Sunday celebrating holy week, the same day Catholic Christians, who follow the Gregorian calendar, were marking Easter Sunday.
Planning the means to just peace rather than to just war seems, thus far, to be the preoccupation of Protestant more than of Catholic Christians.
In speaking of "the church and unity," we non-Roman Catholic Christians are outside the pale.
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