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Definition of Paulist
Paulist Paul"ist, n. (R. C. Ch.)
A member of The Institute of the Missionary Priests of St.
Paul the Apostle, founded in 1858 by the Rev. I. T. Hecker of
New York. The majority of the members were formerly
Meaning of Paulist from wikipedia
, or Paulines, is the name used for Roman Catholic orders
and congregations under
of Paul of Thebes
Hermit. From the time...
- The Missionary Society
Paul the Apostle, better known
as the Paulist
Fathers, is a Roman Catholic society
life for men founded
- Paulist Productions
in 1960 by the Paulist priest Father Ellwood
the religious television program
- Defense, trans. and ed. by Bernard McGinn
Colledge, New York: Paulist Press
and London: SPCK, 1981. Re-published in paperback without notes
- its lineage
back to the Paulist tradition
of the late 19th Century. In 1904 Father William
Finn (1881-1961) founded
the Paulist Choristers
- John LaFarge
at the Church
Paul the Apostle
as the Paulist Fathers
Church) on 59th Street
and 9th Avenue, New York City. The church...
22, 1888) was an American Roman Catholic priest
of the Paulist
Fathers, a North American religious society
of men; he is named
- that aired
1960 to January
by Paulist Productions
in Los Angeles, the series presented
- executive. He attended Mater
Dei High School
Ana, California, the Paulist Seminary
St Peter's College, in Baltimore, Maryland, and the University...
- Conference. Romero
is the first feature
film from Paulist
Pictures, a company founded
by the Paulist
Fathers, a Roman Catholic society
of priests. This...
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