Translation for 'Catholicism' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   Catholicism | -
SYNO Catholicism | Catholicity
Catholicism {noun}
католицизъм {м}
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Translation for 'Catholicism' from English to Bulgarian

Catholicism {noun}
католицизъм {м}религ.
Usage Examples English
  • The hostile view of Liberal Catholicism lessened during the Second Vatican Council.
  • Gámeza was conquered and Spanish missionaries were sent to convert the indigenous people to catholicism. On November 4, 1585 Gámeza was properly founded.
  • It criticized religious fanaticism and fanatical catholicism.
  • The fall of the Western Roman Empire negatively influenced the status of Acci, whose population may have in large part moved to rural areas, and the city is known to have been one of the first in the Iberian Peninsula to adopt catholicism.
  • Catholicism has been decreasing for many decades. According to the different census, in 1940, 98.5% of the peruvian population adhered to catholicism, decreasing to 94,6% in 1981 and to 81,3% in 2007.

  • During the colonial period of the newly established state New Kingdom of Granada, Duitama was converted to catholicism by friars of Santo Domingo, arriving in 1556.
  • During this time of the Wars of Religion in France, Montaigne, a Roman Catholic, acted as a moderating force, respected both by the Catholic King Henry III - and the Protestant Henry of Navarre, who later converted to catholicism.
  • He is known for his successful conversions of people to catholicism known as "convert maker".
  • It is best known for folklore and folk catholicism associated to it.
  • Main event in the travel was his stay in Cochinchina that lasted for several months in late 1591 and put him in close relation with Emperor Lê Thế Tông and his sister, whom he converted to catholicism.

  • Chiti graduated in philosophy and has always studied the history of catholicism.
  • Somatemps supports political catholicism, positioning the Catholic Church as a part of their view of a Spanish nation.
  • The largest concentration of kullas can be found in the historic region of Mirditë, known as the epicenter of catholicism in the country.
  • Nompanim died in an unknown year shortly after 1514 and was succeeded by Sugamuxi, the last "iraca" of the City of the Sun, who confronted the Spanish conquerors and converted to catholicism.
  • Although predominantly Roman Catholic, the school accepts some pupils from other religions too, But mainly followers of catholicism.

  • He was a convicted atheist for most of his life, but he converted to catholicism later in life.
  • Bernard Bonnejean expressed in 1996 about the true catholicism of Paul Verlaine.
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