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Agatho the Wonderworker, a Sicilian believed to have been over 100 years old at the time of his election.

He died in 681 Age, Canonical - Fixed by the canons, or law of the Church, at which her subjects become capable of incurring certain obligations, enjoying special privileges, embracing special states of life, holding office or dignity, or receiving the sacraments Age of Reason - The name given to that period of human life at which persons are deemed to begin to be morally responsible Agnes of Assisi, Saint - Brief biography of the younger sister of St.

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For valid and licit consecration vinum de vite, i.e. Ambrose, and was consecrated in the year 386 Ambrose, Saint - Article on the life and teachings of this Bishop of Milan, and Doctor of the Church, who died in 397 Ambrosian Chant - Chant composed by St.

the pure juice of the grape naturally and properly fermented, is to be used Altars (in Scripture) - Describes several biblical uses of the word Altar, History of the Christian - An elevated surface, tabular in form, on which the Sacrifice of the Mass is offered Altruism - A term formed by Auguste Comte in 1851, to denote the benevolent, as contrasted with the selfish propensities Alumnus - Signifies in ecclesiastical usage, a student preparing for the sacred ministry in a seminary Alvarado, Pedro de - Accompanied Grijalva on his exploration of Yucatan and the Mexican coast in 1518, and was the chief officer of Cortez during the conquest of Mexico Alypius, Saint - Close friend of St. Ambrose Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite - The liturgy and Rite of the Church of Milan, which derives its name from St. Cletus Anacletus II - The title which was taken by Cardinal Pietro Pierleone at the contested papal election of the year 1130 Anæsthesia - A term in medicine, and the allied sciences, signifying a state of insensibility to external impressions, consequent upon disease, or induced artificially by the employment of certain substances known as anaesthetics, or by hypnotic suggestion Analogy - A philosophical term used to designate, first, a property of things; secondly, a process of reasoning Analysis - The process by which anything complex is resolved into simple, or at least less complex parts or elements Anaphora - A liturgical term in the Greek Rite Anarchy - An absence of law Anastasia, Saint - Article on this martyr, whose feast day is 25 December.

Alexander who was indeed a martyr Alexander II, Pope - Reigned 1061-1073 Alexander III, Pope - Reigned from 1159-81 Alexander IV, Pope - Reigned 1254-61 Alexander V - Pietro Philarghi, born c. Alexander was martyred in the Decian persecution Alexander, Saint (Patriarch of Alexandria) - Patriarch of Alexandria.

1339, on the island of Crete (Candia), whence his appellation, Peter of Candia; elected 26 June, 1409; died at Bologna, 3 May, 1410 Alexander VI, Pope - Rodrigo Borgia, born at Xativa, near Valencia, in Spain, 1 January, 1431; died in Rome, 18 August, 1503 Alexander VII, Pope - Biographical article on this seventeenth-century pontiff Alexander VIII, Pope - Pietro Ottoboni, born at Venice, April, 1610; elected 5 October, 1689; died at Rome, 1 February, 1691 Alexander, Saint (Bishop of Comana) - Called 'The Charcoal Burner.' Made bishop of Comana at the recommendation of St. Elected instead of the heresiarch Arius, who had been scheming to be made bishop. Alexander died in 326 Alexander of Hales - Biographical article on the first of the scholastic theologians to use Aristotelean principles in systematic theology Alexandria - Seaport of Egypt, on the left bank of the Nile Alexandria, The Church of - Founded by St.

Mark the Evangelist, the center from which Christianity spread throughout all Egypt, the nucleus of the powerful Patriarchate of Alexandria Alexandrian Library, The - The Great Library of Alexandria, so called to distinguish it from the smaller or 'daughter' library in the Serapeum, was a foundation of the first Ptolemies for the purpose of aiding the maintenance of Greek civilization in the midst of the conservative Egyptians Alexandrinus, Codex - Greek manuscript of the Old and New Testaments, so named because it was brought to Europe from Alexandria and had been the property of the patriarch of that see Alexius, Saint - Tries to untangle the story of the Man of God.

According to tradition, a fifth-century Roman who became a beggar in Edessa.

489) Academy, The French - Founded by Cardinal de Richelieu in 1635 Accident - The obvious division of things into the stable and the unstable Accomplice - A term generally employed to designate a partner in some form of evildoing Achilleus and Nereus, Domitilla and Pancratius, Saints - Roman martyrs who shared a feast day on 12 May Acolyte - A cleric promoted to the fourth and highest minor order in the Latin Church, ranking next to a subdeacon Acta Pilati - The Gospel of Nicodemus Acta Sanctæ Sedis - A publication containing the principal public documents issued by the Pope, directly or through the Roman Congregations Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Baron Acton - Biography of the historian best-known for his view of the corruption power causes Acts, Human - St.

Thomas and the scholastics in general regard only the free and deliberate acts of the will as human Acts, Indifferent - An act that is neither good nor bad Acts of the Apostles - The fifth book of the New Testament Acts of the Martyrs - Records of the trials of early Christian martyrs made by the notaries of the court Actual Grace - A grace that is given for the performance of salutary acts and is present and disappears with the action itself Ad Limina Visit - The obligation incumbent on certain members of the hierarchy of visiting, the 'thresholds of the Apostles', Sts.

Deusdedit, who is also called Adeodatus Adjuration - An urgent demand made upon another to do something, or to desist from doing something, which is rendered more solemn by coupling with it the name of God Adonai - Hebrew meaning 'lord, ruler', a name bestowed upon God in the Old Testament Adoption - Adoption, as defined in canon law, is foreign to the Bible Adoption, Supernatural - The adoption of man by God in virtue of which we become His sons and heirs Adoptionism - The theory that the man Jesus at some point in time became the Son of God only by adoption. 1260 Adrian I, Pope - Reigned 772-95 Adrian II, Pope - Reigned 867-872 Adrian III, Pope Saint - Short article on this pope, a Roman, who died in 885 Adrian IV, Pope - Reigned 1154-1159 Adrian V, Pope - A Genoese, and nephew of Innocent IV.

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