- Roman Catholicism
- Roman Catholic ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to the Roman Catholic Church.► NOUN ▪ a member of this Church.DERIVATIVES Roman Catholicism noun.ORIGIN translation of Latin Ecclesia Romana Catholica et Apostolica 'Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church' , apparently first used in place of the earlier Roman, Romanist, or Romish, which were considered derogatory.
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