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It has been traced back to the middle of the fourteenth century Death, Preparation for - Includes the steps taken, such as calling a priest, winding up earthly affairs, and confession Death Penalty - The infliction by due legal process of the penalty of death as a punishment for crime.
Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more all for only .99...With the article (ho) it denotes Lucifer, their chief, as in Matthew , 'the Devil and his angels' Devil Worship - Fathers and theologians explain the matter as, the fallen angels besides tempting and assailing men in other ways have, by working on their fears or exciting their cupidity, brought them to give worship to themselves under the guise of idols Devil's Advocate - A title given to an officer of the Sacred Congregation of Rites, established in 1587, by Sixtus V, to deal juridically with processes of beatification and canonization Devotions, Popular - Brief explanation of the spiritual practices collectively called 'devotions' or 'popular devotions.' Dialectic - Greek dialektike (techne or methodos), the dialectic art or method, from dialegomai I converse, discuss, dispute; as noun also dialectics; as adjective, dialectical Dias, Bartolomeu - A famous Portuguese navigator of the fifteenth century, discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope; died at sea, 29 May, 1500 Diaspora - The name given to the countries (outside of Palestine) through which the Jews were dispersed, and secondarily to the Jews living in those countries Díaz del Castillo, Bernal - Spanish historian, one of the chief chroniclers of the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards, b. of parents who had been slaves, at Dioclea, near Salona, in Dalmatia, A. Criticizes excesses at both ends of the spectrum: heavyhanded directors, and people who think that since they have the Holy Spirit they have no need of human help Directories, Catholic - Directorium simply means guide, but in the later Middle Ages it came to be specially applied to guides for the recitation of Office and Mass Discalced - A term applied to those religious congregations of men and women, the members of which go entirely unshod or wear sandals, with or without other covering for the feet Discernment of Spirits - In the restricted sense, spirits indicate the various spiritual agents which, by their suggestions and movements, may influence the moral value of our acts Disciple - This term is commonly applied to one who is learning any art or science from one distinguished by his accomplishments Disciples of Christ - A sect founded in the United States of America by Alexander Campbell Discipline, Ecclesiastical - Various meanings discussed Discipline of the Secret - A theological term used to express the custom which prevailed in the earliest ages of the Church, by which the knowledge of the more intimate mysteries of the Christian religion was carefully kept from the heathen and even from those who were undergoing instruction in the Faith Disparity of Cult - A diriment impediment introduced by the Church to safeguard the sanctity of the Sacrament of Marriage Disparity of Worship - A diriment impediment introduced by the Church to safeguard the sanctity of the Sacrament of Marriage Dispensation - An act whereby in a particular case a lawful superior grants relaxation from an existing law Dispersion of the Apostles - A feast in commemoration of the missionary work of the Twelve Apostles Distraction - Distraction (Lat.distrahere, to draw away, hence to distract) is here considered in so far as it is wont to happen in time of prayer and in administering the sacraments Dives - Latin for rich.Author of commentaries, sermons, and theological and philosophical treatises.He died in 1471 Denzinger, Heinrich Joseph Dominicus - Theologian of the modern Catholic German school and author of the 'Enchiridion' universally used, b. 19 June, 1883 Deo Gratias - An old liturgical formula of the Latin Church to give thanks to God for graces received Deposition - An ecclesiastical vindictive penalty by which a cleric is forever deprived of his office or benefice and of the right of exercising the functions of his orders De Profundis - 'Out of the depths'.
Dagon - A Philistine deity Dalmatia - A part of the Kingdom of Croatia according to a convention entered into between Croatia and Hungary Dalmatic - The outer liturgical vestment of the deacon Damascus - It is mentioned in the Bible at the time of Abraham ; xv, 2); also on the pylons of Karnak, among the Syrian cities captured by the Pharaoh Touthmes III Damasus I, Saint, Pope - Damasus, who had to contend with an antipope, condemned Apollinarianism, and persuaded St.