Catholic Community

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Mangalorean Catholics - History - British and Modern Era
... See also Participation of Mangalorean Catholics in the Indian Independence Movement In the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the British army under officers George Harris, David ... Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the Mangalorean Catholics were freed from his captivity ... Of the 60,000–80,000 Mangalorean Catholics taken captive, only 15,000–20,000 made it out as Christians ...
Marc R. Alexander - Priestly Ministry
... first clustered parishes by combining these communities into the Molokai Catholic Community, where he served until 1990 ... founding executive director of the Hawaii Catholic Conference, the public policy arm of the Roman Catholic Church in the State of Hawaii, from 1994 until 1999 ... This also included the Korean Catholic Community ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Boise Regions - Eastern Deanery - Parishes
... Bernard's Parish Idaho Falls - Idaho Falls Catholic Community Parish Pocatello - Holy Spirit Catholic Community Parish Saint Anthony - Mary Immaculate Parish Salmon - St ... Charles Parish Soda Springs - Good Shepherd Catholic Community Parish ...
Civil Rights Movement in Northern Ireland
... majority and the Irish (Nationalist, Catholic) minority following the Partition of Ireland in 1920 ... Currie, who were fighting for equal access to public housing for the members of the Catholic community ... The CSJ promised the Catholic community that their cries would be heard ...

Famous quotes containing the words community and/or catholic:

    The most perfect political community must be amongst those who are in the middle rank, and those states are best instituted wherein these are a larger and more respectable part, if possible, than both the other; or, if that cannot be, at least than either of them separate, so that being thrown into the balance it may prevent either scale from preponderating.
    Aristotle (384–322 B.C.)

    One cannot really be a Catholic and grown up.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)