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489) Acacius, Saint - Bishop of Melitene in the third century Academies, Roman - Historical and bibliographical notes concerning the more important of these associations of learned men Academy, The French - Founded by Cardinal de Richelieu in 1635 Acadia - Usually regarded as the small district on the south shore of the Bay of Fundy from Annapolis to the Basin of Minas Acanthus - A titular see of Macedonia, on the Strymonic Gulf, now known as Erisso Acanthus - An ornamental plant indigenous to middle Europe Acathistus - The title of a certain hymn or, an Office in the Greek Liturgy in honour of the Mother of God Acca, Saint - Bishop of Hexham, companion of St. Acca died in about 742 Accaron - The most northern of the five principal Philistine cities Accentus Ecclesiasticus - Parts of the liturgy the priest, or the deacon, or subdeacon, or the acolyte sang alone Acceptance - In canon law, the act by which one receives a thing with approbation or satisfaction Acceptants - Those Jansenists who accepted the Bull Unigenitus, issued in 1713 against the Jansenist doctrines Accession - Method of acquiring ownership of a thing arising from the fact that it is in some way added to, or is the fruit of something already belonging to oneself Accessus - A term applied to the voting in conclave for the election of a pope, by which a cardinal changes his vote and accedes to some other candidate Acciajuoli - Three cardinals belonging to an illustrious Florentine family, Angelo, Niccolo, and Filippo Accident - The obvious division of things into the stable and the unstable Acclamation - Used in the classical Latin of Republican Rome as a general term for any manifestation of popular feeling expressed by a shout Acclamation (in Papal Elections) - One of the forms of papal election.Consists of all the cardinals present unanimously proclaiming one of the candidates Supreme Pontiff, without the formality of casting votes Accommodation, Biblical - Covers what is meant by biblical accommodation, its use in Sacred Scripture, and the rules which ought to regulate its use Accomplice - A term generally employed to designate a partner in some form of evildoing Accursius, Francesco - Covers an Italian jurisconsult of the Middle Ages, (1182-1260) and his son, also a lawyer, (1225-1293) Acephali - A term applied to the Eutychians who withdrew from Peter Mongus, the Monophysite Patriarch of Alexandria, in 482 Acerenza - Italian archdiocese Achab - Son of Amri and King of Israel Achaia - The name, before the Roman conquest in 146 B.Evin of Rosglass Abiathar - Hebrew ebhyathar, Father of plenty, or, the great one is father Abila - A titular see of Phoenicia Abingdon, The Abbey of - Located in the County of Berkshire, England, founded A. 675 Abington, Thomas - English antiquarian (1560-1647) Abiogenesis and Biogenesis - According to their Greek derivation these two terms refer to the origin of life Abipones - Indian tribe, linguistically of Guaycuru stock Abisai - Nephew of King David Abjuration - A denial, disavowal, or renunciation under oath Abner - A son of Ner, a cousin of Saul, and commander-in-chief of Saul's army Abomination of Desolation, The - Spoken of in St. Mark, xiii, 14 Abortion - Briefly defined as 'the loss of a fetal life.' Abortion, Physical Effects of - Covers definition, causes, and physical effects Abra de Raconis, Charles François d' - French bishop, born at the Chateau de Raconis in 1580 of a Calvinistic family; died 1646 Abrabanel, Don Isaac - Jewish statesman, apologist and exegete (1437-1508) Abraham - Outline of his life, with New and Old Testament views Abraham (in Liturgy) - Of all the names used, a special prominence accrues to those of Abel, Melchisedech, and Abraham Abraham, The Bosom of - Found only in two verses of St.Luke's Gospel (xvi, 22, 23) Abraham a Sancta Clara - A Discalced Augustinian friar, preacher, and author of popular books of devotion (1644-1709) Abraham Ecchelensis - A learned Maronite, born in Hekel, or Ecchel (hence his surname), a village on Mount Lebanon, in 1600; died 1664 in Rome Abrahamites - Syrian heretics of the ninth century Abram, Nicholas - Jesuit theologian (1589-1655) Abrasax - A class of ancient stone articles, of small dimensions, inscribed with outlandish figures and formulas Absalom - Article covers Absalom, son of David; Absalom, father of Mathathias; and Absalom, father of Jonathan Absalon of Lund - A Danish prelate, also known as Axel (1128-1201) Absinthe - Wormwood, known for its repulsive bitterness Absolute, The - Philosophical term referring to God Absolution - The remission of sin, or of the punishment due to sin, granted by the Church Abstemii - One who cannot take wine without risk of vomiting Abstinence - Includes information about old and new testament fasting as well as church laws Abstinence, Physical Effects of - Article deals with effects due to partial or periodic abstinence, such as practiced by the Catholic Church Abstraction - A process (or a faculty) by which the mind selects for consideration some one of the attributes of a thing to the exclusion of the rest Abthain - An English or Lowland Scotch form of the middle-Latin word abthania (Gaelic, abdhaine), meaning abbacy Abucara, Theodore - A bishop of Caria in Syria; d., probably, in 770 Abundius - An Italian bishop, b. 469 Abydus - A titular see of Troas in Asia Minor, suffragan of Cyzicus in the Hellespontic province Abyss - Primarily and classically an adjective, very deep Abyssinia - Provides details on the geography, ethnology, political revolutions, as well as church information Acacia - The Biblical Acacia belongs to the genus Mimosa Acacians, The - Fourth-century Arian sect Acacius - Bishop of Beroea (322-432) Acacius - Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine, disciple and biographer of Eusebius, the historian, whose successor in the See of Caesarea he became in 340 Acacius - Patriarch of Constantinople (d.Aachen - In French, Aix-la-Chapelle, the name by which the city is generally known; in Latin Aquae Grani, later Aquisgranum Aarhus, Ancient See of - Located in Denmark Aaron - Brother of Moses, and High Priest of the Old Law Abachum, Audifax, Martha, and Maris, Saints - Family martyred at Rome in 270. Maris and Martha were husband and wife Abaddon - A Hebrew word signifying: ruin, destruction (Job ); place of destruction; the Abyss, realm of the dead (Job 26:6; Proverbs ) Abandonment - A term used by writers of ascetical and mystical books to signify the first stage of the union of the soul with God by conforming to His Will Abarca, Pedro - Theologian (1619-1693) Abarim - A mountain range across Jordan Abba - Aramaic word for father Abbadie, Antoine d' - Astronomer, geodetist, genographer, physician, numismatist, philologian (1810-1897) Abban of Magheranoidhe, Saint - Irish monastic founder, d. Abban of Magheranoidhe, and often confused with St.Evin of Rosglass Abban the Hermit, Saint - An Irishman who lived at Abingdon, England, before St.
Died in about 250 Abduction - May be considered as a public crime and a matrimonial diriment impediment Abecedaria - Complete or partial lists of letters of the alphabet, chiefly Greek and Latin, inscribed on ancient monuments, Pagan and Christian Abecedarians - A sect of Anabaptists who disdained human knowledge, contending that God would enlighten His elect interiorly and give them knowledge of necessary truths by visions and ecstasies Abel - Commentary on the first murder victim Abel - Biblical place-name Abel, Blessed Thomas - Biography of the priest and martyr, chaplain to Catherine of Aragon Abelard, Peter - Dialectician, philosopher, and theologian (1079-1142) Abelly, Louis - Associate of St.Vincent de Paul (1603-1691) Abenakis - A confederation of Algonquin tribes, comprising the Penobscots, Passamaquoddies, Norridgewocks, and others, formerly occupying what is now Maine, and southern New Brunswick Aben-Ezra, Abraham-ben-Méir - Spanish rabbi (1092-1167) Abercius, Inscription of - A Greek hagiographical text Abercromby, John - Named as having lost his life from Catholic clergy violence Abercromby, Robert - Jesuit missionary in Scotland (1532-1613) Aberdeen, The Diocese of - A see founded in 1063 at Mortlach by Bl.