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    • How was Latin used in the Roman Catholic Church?

      • Nearly all Roman Catholic church records used Latin to some extent. Latin was used in the records of most European countries and in the Roman Catholic records of the United States and Canada. Because Latin was used in so many countries, local usage varied. Certain terms were commonly used in some countries but not in others.
  1. Aug 13, 2021 · Ed says the Latin Mass is the only part of the Catholic faith that is growing. Despite this, Pope Francis recently said this Mass has divided and injured the church. And now, the man who Catholic ...

  2. The Roman Catholic Church in Modern Latin America . New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972, pps. 182-3. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972, pps. 182-3. For further reading Schmitt discusses Church state relations in twentieth century, including state protection and special privilege and Pope Leo XIII’s encyclical addressing the Church to the modern ...

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  4. Aug 06, 2021 · Francis’ Double Standard: Traditional Latin Mass forbidden, but Anglican Service is fine. On July 16, 2021, “Pope” Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) made it abundantly clear that he has no love for the traditional Roman rite of the Holy Catholic Mass, also called the Tridentine Mass, which was codified by Pope St. Pius V in the 16th century. It ...

  5. Aug 28, 2018 · The Roman Catholic Church – A Gigantic Fraud The Catholic Church has boasted for centuries that it is the “one true Christian Church” and nothing could be further from the truth. They claim they can trace their lineage all the way back to the apostle Peter of the first century, whom they falsely claim was the first Pope or in other words ...

  6. Latin is the language of the Romans. Through the continuing influence of Roman civilization and the use of Latin by the Catholic Church many genealogical resources are written in Latin. This page provides information about the language, including grammar, and a Latin to English wordlist.

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  7. Nov 12, 1980 · November 13, 867: Nicholas I, one of the strongest proponents for Rome's primacy in the church, dies. Though a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, he is not to be confused with the bishop of Myra ...