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  • 1 adjure — v. a. 1. Entreat (as if under oath), conjure, obtest, beseech, pray, supplicate, beg, implore, invoke, enjoin solemnly. 2. Swear by, invoke (by oath), take oath upon …

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  • 2 conjure — I. v. a. Beseech, supplicate, beg, pray, entreat, implore, enjoin solemnly. See adjure. II. v. a. Charm, enchant, bewitch, fascinate, affect by magic arts. III. v. n. Juggle, practise magic or sorcery, play tricks …

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  • 3 Masonry (Freemasonry) —     Masonry (Freemasonry)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Masonry (Freemasonry)     The subject is treated under the following heads:     I. Name and Definition;     II. Origin and Early History;     III. Fundamental Principles and Spirit;     IV.… …

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  • 4 Coronation — • Discussed as (I) The Emperors at Constantinople; (II) Visigothic and Celtic Elements; (III) The English Coronation Orders; (IV) The Western Empire and the Roman Pontifical; and (V) Other Ceremonials Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.… …

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  • 5 Judaism — • Judaism designates the religious communion which survived the destruction of the Jewish nation by the Assyrians and the Babylonians Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Judaism     Judaism …

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  • 6 Passionists — • Full title: The Congregation of Discalced Clerks of the Most Holy Cross and Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Passionists     Passionists …

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  • 7 Bigamy (in Canon Law) —     Bigamy (in Canon Law)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bigamy (in Canon Law)     According to the strict meaning, the word should signify the marrying of a second after the death of the first wife, in contradistinction to polygamy, which is… …

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  • 8 Kneeling and Genuflection —     Genuflexion     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Genuflexion     To genuflect [Lat. genu flectere, geniculare (post classic), to bend the knee; Gr. gonu klinein or kamptein] expresses:     ♦ an attitude     ♦ a gesture: involving, like prostration,… …

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  • 9 Rule of Saint Francis —     Rule of Saint Francis     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Rule of Saint Francis     As known, St. Francis founded three orders and gave each of them a special rule. Here only the rule of the first order is to be considered, i.e., that of the Friars …

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  • 10 St. Francis of Assisi —     St. Francis of Assisi     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Francis of Assisi     Founder of the Franciscan Order, born at Assisi in Umbria, in 1181 or 1182 the exact year is uncertain; died there, 3 October, 1226.     His father, Pietro… …

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  • 11 adjure — I verb administer an oath, affirm, appeal to, ask, attest, beseech, bid, bind, call, charge, command, conjure, declare, enjoin, entreat, enunciate, exhort, express, formulate, implore, imprecate, petition, plead, pray, prescribe, press, pressure …

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  • 12 Massachusetts Constitution — The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is the fundamental governing document of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, one of the 50 individual state governments that make up the United States of America. It was drafted by John Adams,… …

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  • 13 Moore v. Dempsey — Supreme Court of the United States Argued January 9, 1923 Decided February 19, 1923 …

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  • 14 Processions — • Processions, an element in all ceremonial, are to be found, as we should expect, in almost every form of religious worship. . . . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Processions     Processions …

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  • 15 The Sacrament of Penance —     The Sacrament of Penance     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Sacrament of Penance     Penance is a sacrament of the New Law instituted by Christ in which forgiveness of sins committed after baptism is granted through the priest s absolution to… …

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  • 16 The Seal of Confession —     The Law of the Seal of Confession     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Law of the Seal of Confession     In the Decretum of the Gratian who compiled the edicts of previous councils and the principles of Church law which he published about 1151,… …

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  • 17 keep — Synonyms and related words: POW camp, TLC, abide, abide by, abstain, accede to, accommodate, accommodation, accommodations, accumulate, acknowledge, acropolis, act up to, adhere to, administer Communion, afford, afford support, agree to, aliment …

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