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diligence 1
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diocese 14
dioceses 2
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14 diocese
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14 enter
14 everywhere

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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diocese

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 3, 11, 493 | every bishop in his own diocese, and the Pope in the whole 2 3, 11, 497 | up his title to any other diocese and take the title of Bishop 3 3, 11, 500 | what name is a bishop's diocese sometimes called?~A. A bishop' 4 3, 11, 500 | sometimes called?~A. A bishop's diocese is sometimes called his 5 3, 11, 500 | sometimes called his see. The diocese of Rome, on account of its 6 3, 12, 534 | is the chief Church in a diocese called a Cathedral?~A. The 7 3, 12, 534 | A. The chief Church in a diocese is called a Cathedral because 8 3, 15, 682 | distributed to the priests of the diocese, who must then burn what 9 3, 18, 776 | the lawful bishop of the diocese in which we are at the time 10 3, 20, 855 | Indulgences in their own diocese. Cardinals and some others, 11 3, 24, 984 | number of parishes or a diocese;~3. Archbishops, who have 12 3, 24, 988 | in the government of his diocese. He shares the bishop's 13 3, 24, 989 | exercised by a bishop over his diocese. He has also certain privileges 14 3, 31, 1208| only by the bishop of the diocese to which the relics are


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