Cahill, Daniel William
Cahors, Diocese of
Caiazzo, Diocese of
Caillau, Armand-Benjamin
Cain
Cainites
Caiphas
Caius
Cajetan, Saint
Calabozo, Diocese of
Calahorra and La Calzada, Diocese of
Calama
Calas Case, The
Castracane degli Antelminelli, Francesco
Castro Palao, Fernando
Casuistry
Catacombs, Roman
Catafalque
Catechumen
Categorical Imperative
Category
Cathari
Cathedra
Cathedral
Catherick, Edmund Ven.
Catherine, Monastery of Saint
Catholic
Catholicos
Cauchy, Augustin-Louis
Caughnawaga
Cause
Ceadda, Saint
Cecilia, Saint
Cedd, Saint
Celebret
Celenderis
Celestine I, Pope Saint
Celestine II, Pope
Celestine IV, Pope
Celibacy of the Clergy
Celtic Rite, The
Cenacle, Religious of the
Censer
Censorship of Books
Censures, Ecclesiastical
Censures, Theological
Census
Centurion
Ceolfrid, Saint  
Ceolwulf
Cepeda, Francisco
Ceramus
Cerasus
Ceremonial
Ceremony
Cerinthus
Certitude
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de
Cervantes, Salazar Francisco
Cesalpino, Andrea
Ceslaus, Saint
Cestra
Ceylon
Chabanel, Noel
Chachapoyas Diocese of
Chadwick, James
Chaignon, Pierre
Character
Character, Sacramental
Chardon, Jean-Baptiste
Chardon, Mathias
Charette de la Contrie, Baron Athanase-Charles-Marie -- French monarchist (1832-1911)
Chariopolis -- Titular see
Charismata
Charitable Bequests, Civil Law Concerning
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Vincent de Paul
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Vincent de Paul (New York)
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Elizabeth
Charity, Sisters of, (St. John, New Brunswick)
Charity, Sisters of, of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Charity, Sisters of, of Providence
Charity, Sisters of, of Jesus and Mary
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Louis
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Paul
Charity, Sisters of, of Our Lady Mother of Mercy
Charity, Theological Virtue of
Charlemagne
Charlemagne and Church Music
Charles V, Emperor
Charles Borromeo, Saint
Charles Martel
Charpentier, François-Philippe
Charterhouse
Chartier, Alain -- French poet (1390-1440)
Chartres -- Diocese in France
Chartreuse, La Grande
Chartulary
Chastel, Guigues du
Chastellain, Georges
Chastellain, Pierre
Chasuble
Chaucer, Geoffrey -- English poet (1340-1400)
Chaumonot, Pierre-Joseph -- Jesuit missionary in North America (1611-1693)
Chauncy, Maurice -- Prior of the English Carthusians at Bruges (d. 1581)
Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Octave -- Canadian statesman (1820-1890)
Chelm and Belz
Cheminais de Montaigu, Timoléon -- Pulpit orator (1652-1689)
Cherokee Indians
Chersonesus
Cherubim
Cherubin;lkju;poiuhj
Chézy, Antoine-Léonard -- French Orientalist (1773-1832)
Chiabrera, Gabriello -- Italian poet (1552-1638)
Chicago, Archdiocese of
Children of Mary
Children of Mary of the Sacred Heart, The
Chimalpain, Domingo (San Anton y Muñon)
China
China, The Church in
China, History of
China, Martyrs in
Chinooks
Chios
Chippewa Indians
Chi-Rho (Labarum)
Chivalry
Choctaw Indians
Choir -- Church architecture term
Choir -- Group of singers
Choiseul, Etienne-François, Duc de
Choiseul du Plessis-Praslin, Gilbert
Cholonec, Pierre -- French missionary to Canadian Indians (1641-1723)
Chorepiscopi
Choron, Alexandre-Etienne -- French musician (1772-1834)
Chrism
Chrismal, Chrismatory
Chrismarium
Christ, Agony of
Christ, Character of
Christ, Chronology of the Life of
Christ, Early Historical Documents on
Christ, Genealogy of
Christ, Knowledge of
Christ, Order of the Knights of
Christ, Temptation of
Christ, Virgin Birth of
Christendom
Christendom, Union of
Christian Archæology
Christian Art
Christian Brothers of Ireland
Christian Charity, Sisters of
Christian Doctrine, Confraternity of
Christina Alexandra -- Queen of Sweden (1626-1689)
Christine de Pisan
Christine of Stommeln, Blessed
Christmas
Christology
Christopher, Saint
Christopher, Pope
Christopher Numar of Forli -- Minister General of the Friars Minor and cardinal (d. 1528)
Chrodegang, Saint
Chromatius, Saint
Chronicle of Eusebius
Chronicles (Paralipomenon), Books of
Chronology, General
Chrysanthus and Daria, Saints -- Roman martyrs
Chrysogonus, Saint -- Martyr
Chrysostom, Saint John -- Great preacher and Doctor of the Church (347-407)
Church, The
Church and State
Churching of Women
Church Maintenance
Chusai
Chysoloras, Manuel
Ciampini, Giovanni Giustino -- Ecclesiastical archæologist (1633-1698)
Ciasca, Agostino -- Italian Augustinian and cardinal (1835-1902)
Ciborium
Cibot, Pierre-Martial
Ciboule, Robert -- French theologian and moralist (d. 1458)
Cibyra -- Titular see
Ciccione, Andrea -- Fifteenth-century Italian sculptor and architect
Cicognara, Leopoldo, Count -- Politician, writer on art (1767-1834)
Cid, El
Cignani Family -- (Carlo, Felice, Paolo) Bolognese painters
Cima da Conegliano, Giovanni Battista -- Venetian painter (1459-1517)
Cimabue, Cenni di Pepo -- Florentine painter (1240-1301)
Cincture
Cinites
Circesium
Circumcision, Feast of the
Cisalpine Club
Cisamus -- Titular see of Crete
Cistercians
Cistercian Sisters
Cistercians in the British Isles
Cîteaux, Abbey of
Citation
Città della Pieve, Diocese of
Città di Castello, Diocese of
Ciudad Real
Ciudad Rodrigo
Cius -- Titular See
Civil Allegiance
Civil Authority
Civil Marriage
Cività Castellana, Orte, and Gallese
Civitavecchia and Corneto, Diocese of
Clairvaux, Abbey of
Clandestinity (in Canon Law)
Clare of Assisi, Saint
Clare of Montefalco, Saint
Clare of Rimini, Blessed
Claret y Clará, Saint Antonio María -- Spanish prelate and missionary (1807-1870)
Clark, William
Claude de la Colombière, Saint -- French missionary and ascetical writer (1641-1682)
Claudia
Claudianus Mamertus
Claudiopolis -- Titular see in Asia Minor
Claudiopolis
Claver, Saint Peter
Clavigero, Francisco Saverio -- Mexican Jesuit (1731-1787)
Clavius, Christopher -- Mathematician and astronomer (1538-1612)
Clavius, Claudius -- Danish cartographer (b. 1388)
Clayton, James
Clazomenae -- Titular see of Asia Minor
Clean and Unclean
Cleef, Jan van -- Flemish painter (1646-1716)
Cleef, Joost van -- Flemish painter (1520-1556)
Cleef, Martin van -- Flemish painter (1520-1570)
Clemens, Franz Jacob
Clemens non Papa -- Composer (d. 1558)
Clement I, Pope Saint
Clement II, Pope -- Reigned 1046-47
Clement III, Pope -- Reigned 1187-1191
Clement IV, Pope -- Reigned 1265-68
Clement V, Pope -- Reigned 1305-14
Clement VI -- Pope (1342-52)
Clement VII, Pope -- Reigned 1523-34
Clement VIII, Pope -- Reigned 1592-1605
Clement IX, Pope -- Reigned 1667-1669
Clement X, Pope -- Reigned 1670-1676
Clement XI, Pope -- Reigned 1700-1721
Clement XII, Pope -- Reigned 1730-1740
Clement XIII, Pope -- Reigned 1758-69
Clement XIV, Pope -- Reigned 1769-1774
Clement, Cæsar
Clément, François
Clement, John
Clementines
Clement Mary Hofbauer, Blessed
Clement of Alexandria -- Early Greek theologian; head of the catechetical school of Alexandria (d. 215)
Clement of Ireland, Saint -- Eighth-century scholar
Clenock, Maurice
Cleophas
Clerestory
Cleric
Clericato, Giovanni
Clericis Laicos
Clerk, John
Clerke, Agnes Mary
Clerke, Ellen Mary
Clerks Regular
Clerks Regular of Our Saviour
Clerks Regular of the Mother of God of Lucca
Clermont
Cletus, Pope Saint -- Volume 01
Cletus, Pope Saint -- Volume 04
Clichtove, Josse -- Theologian (1472-1543)
Clifford, William -- English Divine (d. 1670)
Clifton
Climent, José
Clitherow, Saint Margaret
Cloister
Clonard, School of
Clonmacnoise, Abbey and School of
Cloths, Altar
Clotilda, Saint -- Queen of the Franks (474-545)
Clovis -- King of the Salic Franks (466-511)
Cloyne, Diocese of
Clynn, John
Cobo, Bernabé -- Spanish Jesuit missionary (1582-1657)
Coccaleo, Viatora
Cochabamba
Cochin, Diocese of
Cochin, Jacques-Denis -- Preacher and philanthropist (1726-1783)
Cochin, Pierre-Suzanne-Augustin
Cochlæus, Johann
Co-Consecrators
Cocussus
Codex
Codex Alexandrinus
Codex Amiatinus
Codex Bezae
Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus
Codex Sinaiticus
Codex Vaticanus
Codrington, Thomas
Co-education
Coeffeteau, Nicolas
Coelchu
Coelde, Theodore
Coemgen, Saint -- Abbot of Glendalough, Ireland (498-618)
Coenred
Coeur d'Alêne Indians
Coffin, Edward -- English Jesuit and missionary (1570-1626)
Coffin, Robert Aston -- Ecclesiastical writer and bishop (1819-1885)
Cogitosus -- Sixth-century Irish monk and author
Cogolludo, Diego López de -- Seventeenth-century Mexican historian
Cohen, Hermann
Coimbatore, Diocese of
Coimbra, Diocese of -- Located in Portugal
Coimbra, University of -- University in Portugal
Colbert, Jean-Baptiste
Cole, Henry -- English confessor (1500-1579)
Coleman, Edward -- Controversialist, politician, and secretary of the Duchess of York (d. 1678)
Coleridge, Henry James -- Writer and preacher (1822-1893)
Coleti, Nicola
Colette, Saint
Colima
Colin, Frédéric-Louis
Colin, Jean-Claude-Marie
Coliseum, The
Collado, Diego -- Sixteenth-century Spanish missionary
Colle de Val d'Elsa -- Diocese in Italy
Collect
Collectarium
Collectivism
College
College (in Canon Law)
College, Apostolic
Collège de France, The
Colleges, Roman
Collegiate
Colman, Saint, of Kilmacduagh -- Bishop of Kilmacduagh
Colman, Saint, of Templeshambo
Colman Mac Lenine, Saint
Colman, Saint, of Mayo
Colman, Saint, of Dalaradia
Colman, Saint Elo
Colman, Saint MacCathbad
Colman, Saint -- A patron of Austria
Colman, Walter
Colmar, Joseph Ludwig
Colomba of Rieti, Blessed
Colombia
Colombière, Saint Claude de la -- French missionary and ascetical writer (1641-1682)
Colombo
Colombo, Mateo Realdo
Colona, Blessed Margaret
Colonia -- From Volume 4
Colonia -- From Supplement Volume
Colonna, Giovanni Paolo
Colonna, Vittorio
Colonnade
Colophon
Colorado
Colossæ
Colossians, Epistle to the
Colours, Liturgical
Columba, Saint -- Abbot of Iona (521-597)
Columba, Saint -- Spanish nun (d. 853)
Columba of Sens, Saint -- Third-century martyr
Columba of Terryglass, Saint
Columbanus, Saint -- Irish Abbot (543-615)
Columbus, Christopher
Columbus, Knights of
Columbus, Diocese of
Column -- Architectural term for a supporting pillar
Comacchio
Comellas y Cluet, Antonio -- Philosopher (1832-1884)
Comgall, Saint -- Founder and abbot of the Irish monastery at Bangor (520-602)
Commandments of the Church
Commandments of God (The Ten Commandments)
Commemoration (in Liturgy)
Commendatory Abbot
Commendone, Giovanni Francesco
Commentaries on the Bible
Commines, Philippe de
Commissariat of the Holy Land
Commissary Apostolic
Commissions, Ecclesiastical
Commodianus
Commodus
Common Life, Brethren of the
Common Prayer, Book of
Common Sense, Philosophy of
Commune, Martyrs of the Paris
Communicatio Idiomatum
Communion, Frequent
Communion, Holy
Communion Antiphon
Communion Bench
Communion Rail
Communion of Saints
Communion of the Sick
Communion under Both Kinds
Communism
Comnena, Anna
Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement -- Seventeenth-century secret society
Compensation
Compensation, Occult
Competency, Privilege of
Compiégne, Teresian Martyrs of
Compline
Compostela
Compromise (in Canon Law)
Conal, Saint
Conan, Saint
Concelebration
Concepción
Conceptionists
Conceptualism, Nominalism, Realism
Conciliation, Industrial
Concina, Daniello -- Dominican preacher (1687-1756)
Concordances of the Bible
Concordat
Concordat of 1801, The French
Concordia, Diocese of -- Located in Italy
Concordia, Diocese of -- Located in the United States
Concubinage
Concupiscence
Concursus
Condamine, Charles-Marie de la
Condillac, Ettiene Bonnot de
Condition
Conecte, Thomas
Conferences, Ecclesiastical
Confession (Burial Place of a Martyr)
Confession, Lay
Confession, Sacrament of
Confession, Seal of
Confessor
Confirmation
Confiteor
Confraternity (Sodality)
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine
Confucianism
Congregatio de Auxiliis
Congregationalism
Congregational Singing
Congregations, Roman
Congresses, Catholic
Congrua
Congruism
Conimbricenses
Coninck, Giles de -- Jesuit theologian (1571-1633)
Connolly, John
Conon, Pope -- Reigned 686-687
Conrad of Leonberg
Conrad of Marburg
Conrad of Piacenza, Saint
Conrad of Saxony
Conrad of Urach
Conrad of Utrecht
Consanguinity (in Canon Law)
Conscience
Conscience, Examination of
Consciousness
Consecration
Consent (in Canon Law)
Consentius
Conservator
Consistory, Papal
Constable, John -- English Jesuit controversialist (1676-1743)
Constance, Council of
Constantia -- Titular see of Arabia
Constantine, Pope -- Reigned 708-715
Constantine Africanus
Constantine the Great
Constantine, Donation of
Constantinople
Constantinople, First Ecumenical Council of
Constantinople, Second Ecumenical Council of
Constantinople, Third Ecumenical Council of
Constantinople, Fourth Ecumenical Council of
Constantinople, Council of -- Particular council held in A.D. 382
Constantinople, Council of, in Trullo -- Particular council held in A.D. 692
Constantinople, Council of -- Particular council held in A.D. 754
Constantinople, Councils of -- Three Photian synods held in 861, 867, and 879
Constantinople, Councils of -- Particular councils held in 1639 and 1672
Constantinople, The Rite of
Constantius, Flavius Julius -- Roman emperor (317-361)
Constitutions, Ecclesiastical
Constitutions, Papal
Consubstantiation
Consultors, Diocesan
Contant de la Molette, Philippe du
Contarini, Gasparo
Contarini, Giovanni
Contemplation
Contemplative Life
Contenson, Vincent -- Dominican theologian and preacher (1641-1674)
Continence
Contingent
Contract
Contract, The Social (Rousseau)
Contractus, Hermann
Contrition
Contrition, Imperfect
Contumacy (in Canon Law)
Contzen, Adam -- Jesuit economist and exegete (1573-1635)
Convent
Conventual and Chapter Mass
Conventuals, Order of Friars Minor
Conversi
Conversion
Conza
Cooktown
Coombes, William Henry
Cope
Copernicus, Nicolaus
Coptic Literature
Coptic Persecutions
Coptic Versions of the Bible
Coptos
Coquart, Claude-Godefroi -- Jesuit missionary and army chaplain (1706-1765)
Coracesium
Corbie, Ambrose -- English Jesuit (1604-1649)
Corbie, Venerable Ralph -- English Jesuit martyr-priest (1598-1644)
Corbie, Monastery of
Corbinian
Corcoran, Michael
Cord, Confraternities of the
Cordara, Guilo Cesare -- Italian Jesuit historian (1704-1785)
Cordell, Charles
Cordier, Balthasar
Cordova, Juan de
Cordova, Pedro de
Corea
Coria
Corinth
Corinthians, Epistles to the
Coriolis, Gaspard-Gustave de -- French mathematician (1792-1843)
Cork, Diocese of
Cork, School of
Corker, Maurus
Cormac MacCuilenan -- Irish bishop and King of Cashel (836-908)
Cornaro, Elena Lucrezia Piscopia
Corneille, Jean-Baptiste -- French artist (1646-1695)
Corneille, Michel, the Younger
Corneille, Michel, the Elder
Cornelisz, Jacob
Cornelius -- Roman centurion
Cornelius and Companions, Ven. John
Cornely, Karl Josef Rudolph
Cornet, Nicolas
Cornice
Cornillon, Abbey of
Cornoldi, Giovanni Maria
Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de
Coronation
Coronel, Gregorio Nuñez
Coronel, Juan
Corporal
Corporation
Corporation Act of 1661
Corpus Christi, Feast of
Corpus Juris Canonici
Correction, Fraternal
Correctories
Corrigan, Sir Dominic
Corsini, Saint Andrew
Cortés, Hernando
Corvey, Abbey of
Corycus
Corydallus
Cosenza -- Archdiocese in Italy
Cosgrove, Henry -- Second Bishop of Davenport, Iowa (1834-1906)
Cosin, Edmund
Cosmas -- Eighth-century Byzantine hymn-writer
Cosmas and Damian, Saints
Cosmas of Prague
Cosmati Mosaic
Cosmogony
Cosmology
Cossa, Francesco
Costa, Lorenzo
Costadoni, Giovanni Domenico
Coster, Francis
Costume, Clerical
Cosway, Maria
Cotelier, Jean-Baptiste
Cotenna
Cotiæum
Coton, Pierre
Cotrone
Cottam, Blessed Thomas
Coucy, Robert De
Coudert, Frederick René
Councils, Ecumenical
Councils, General
Councils, Plenary
Counsels, Evangelical
Counterpoint
Counter-Reformation, The
Courts, Ecclesiastical
Cousin, Germain, Saint
Cousin, Jean
Couturier, Louis-Charles
Covarruvias, Diego
Covenant, Ark of the
Covenanters
Covetousness
Cowl
Coxcie, Michiel
Coysevox, Charles-Antoine
Cozza, Lorenzo
Cozza-Luzi, Giuseppe
Cracow
Cracow, The University of
Crashaw, Richard
Crasset, Jean
Crawford, Francis Marion -- Novelist (1854-1909)
Crayer, Gaspar de
Creation
Creationism
Credence
Credi, Lorenzo di
Cree
Creed
Creed, Apostles'
Creed, Liturgical Use of
Creed, Nicene
Cronan -- Name of several Irish saints
Crosier
Cross and Crucifix in Archæology
Cross and Crucifix in Liturgy
Cross, Sign of the
Crown, Franciscan
Curé d'Ars
Cyprian of Toulon, Saint
Cyprian and Justina, Saints -- Martyrs of Antioch (d. 304)
Cyprian of Carthage, Saint -- Bishop and martyr
Cyrenaic School of Philosophy
Cyrene
Cyril and Methodius, Saints -- Ninth-century brothers, called "the Apostles of the Slavs"
Cyril of Alexandria, Saint -- Fifth-century Doctor of the Church
Cyril of Constantinople, Saint -- General of the Carmelites (d. 1235)
Cyril of Jerusalem, Saint -- Bishop of Jerusalem and Doctor of the Church (315-386)
Cyrrhus
Cyrus and John, Saints
Czech Literature