|Reformed Church||Ref. Ch.|
|(Roman Catholic Church) of an oratory (group of secular priests who lived in religious communities)||Oratorian|
|(Roman Catholicism) the authority which teaches doctrine, teaching authority of Roman Catholic Church||magisterium|
|16th-century Christian religious movement which sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of Protestantism||Reformation|
|acceptance into church, ceremony marking beginning of responsible adulthood, confirming something, formal approval; proof; verification; coming of age ceremony (Christianity, Judaism), something that confirms something else||confirmation|
|according to the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church||catholically|
|act of translating into Latin; act of giving a Latin form to (a word, etc.); act of making conformable to (the customs, traditions, etc.) of the Latins or the Latin Church||Latinization|
|activity or subject, calm controlled behavior, church rules, conscious control over lifestyle, make yourself do something regularly, making people obey rules, order and control, punish, punish; bring order; train, punishment, teach obedience or order t...||discipline|
|adherent of Lutheranism, member of the Lutheran Church, of the religious doctrines of Martin Luther, relating to Lutheranism||Lutheran|
|administrative area in Louisiana, congregation, community; flock; region, district with own church, people of parish||parish|
|advocacy for reuniting the Anglican Church with the Roman Catholic Church||reunionism|
|Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; Elle McPherson (born 1964 as Eleanor Gow), Australian-born Super Model and actor; family name||McPherson|
|all cardinals, cardinalship, office of cardinal, position or duties of cardinal (high ranking official of the Roman Catholic Church), term of office of cardinal||cardinalate|
|all-absorbing regard for the Church, church principles||ecclesiasticism|
|altar canopy, holy wafer box, vaulted freestanding canopy over an altar; covered goblet-shaped cup used to hold the Eucharist during church ceremonies||ciborium|
|altar end of church, area in the east, blowing from the east, compass point opposite west, direction from which the sun rises, direction opposite west on a compass, direction in which the sun rises, of the east; situated in the east, position equivalen...||east|
|American who is of northern European heritage and belongs to the Protestant Church (considered to be the privileged class in the United States)||WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant)|
|American who is of northern European heritage and belongs to the Protestant Church (considered to be the privileged class in the United States), WASP||White Anglo-Saxon Protestant|
|amount of bets in poker, assert rights over something, degree of risk, form of execution, grubstake, invest in something, mark or fence area with stakes, money risked in gambling, Mormon Church district, personal involvement, post that is sharpened at ...||stake|
|ancient Christian church, Byzantine Church||Orthodox Church|
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