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1. A Council, convened by the Holy See, of the Bishops, and others entitled to vote, of the whole world, or a representative number of them. Papal co-operation must be of the fullest extent to make a council oecumenical, and its decrees have no binding authority until confirmed by the Holy See. The decrees of such a Council are infallible. 2. At Antioch. See Acts, chap.
11, verse 26. 3. A theist. He speaks of " life with its several powers having been originally breathed by the Creator " into a
Lot-in. 4. A chapel in a cathedral or church, founded by wealthy families for the purpose of having Mass said there for the repose of the souls of the founder and his family. 5. Strictly the term denotes those ancient writers whose orthodoxy is unimpeachable, whose works are of signal excellence, and whose sanctity is eminent and
generally recognised. 6. The embroidered pillar or cross on a chasuble, and the wide border around the opening of a cope.
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