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Nabo (Nebo)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nabor and Felix, Saints
Martyrs in the Diocletian persecution.
Nabuchodonosor
Commentary on the two Babylonian kings of that name, especially the second, who is mentioned in Scripture.
Nacchiante, Giacomo
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nacolia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nagasaki
History of Catholicism in this Japanese city.
Nagpur
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nahanes
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nahum
Essay on the Old Testament prophet and the book which bears his name.
Nails, Holy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Naim
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Name of Mary, Feast of the Holy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Names, Christian
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Names, Hebrew
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Namur
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nancy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nantes
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nanteuil, Robert
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Naples
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Napoleon I (Bonaparte)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Napoleon III
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nardi, Jacopo
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nardo
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Narni and Terni
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Narthex
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nashville
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nasoraeans
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Natal
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Natal Day
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Natchez
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Natchitoches
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nathan
Identifies six men of that name mentioned in the Old Testament.
Nathanael
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nathinites
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Naturalism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nature
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Naturism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nausea, Frederic
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Navajo Indians
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Navarre
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Navarrete, Domingo Fernández
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Navarrete, Juan Fernández
(catholic Encyclopedia)
Navarrete, Martín Fernández
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nave
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazarene
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazareth
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazareth, Sisters of Charity of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazarite
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazarius and Celsus, Saints
St. Ambrose discovered the bodies of these martyrs.
Nazarius, John Paul
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nazarius, Saint
Fourteenth abbot of Lérins.
Nazarius, Saint, and Companions
Roman martyrs of the Diocletian persecution.
Nazianzus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neale, Leonard
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nebo, Mount
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nebraska
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Necessity
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neckam, Alexander of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Necrologies
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Necromancy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nectarius
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Negligence
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nehemiah, Book of
Summary with some commentary.
Neher, Stephan Jakob
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nelaton, Auguste
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nemore, Jordanus (Jordanis) de
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nemrod
An examination of this Old Testament figure, mentioned in Genesis as "a mighty hunter before the Lord" and king of Babylon.
Neo-Platonism
Article by William Turner covering this movement's principal figures and later influence.
Neo-Pythagorean Philosophy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neo-Scholasticism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neocaesarea
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neophyte
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nephtali
A look at the son of Jacob and the tribe of Nephtali.
Nepi and Sutri
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nepveu, Francis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nereus and Achilleus, Domitilla and Pancratius, Saints
Roman martyrs who shared a feast day on 12 May.
Neri, Antonio
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nerinckx, Charles
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nero
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nerses I-IV
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nerses of Lambron
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nestorius and Nestorianism
Biography of the Patriarch of Constantinople, and examination of the unacceptable implications of his doctrine.
Netherlands, The
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Netter, Thomas
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neugart, Trudpert
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neum
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neumann, Johann Balthasar
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neumayr, Franz
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neusohl
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neutra
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nevada
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neve
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neve, Felix-Jean-Baptiste-Joseph
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nevers
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Neville
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Abbey
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Caledonia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Guinea
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Hampshire
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Jersey
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Mexico
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Norcia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Orleans
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Year's Day
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New York, Archdiocese of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New York, State of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
New Zealand
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newark
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newbattle
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newfoundland
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newhouse, Abbey of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newman, John Henry
Lengthy and admiring biography of Newman as a thinker, author, leader, and illustrious convert to Catholicism.
Newport, Diocese of, in England
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Newton, John
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Niagara University
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicaea
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicaea, First Council of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicaea, Second Council of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicaragua, Republic and Diocese of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicastro
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Niccola Pisano
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nice, Diocese of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicene Creed
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicephorus, Saint
Long article on the stormy career of the Patriarch of Constantinople, who died in 829.
Niceron, Jean-Pierre
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicetas
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicetius, Saint
Sixth-century bishop of Trier.
Niche
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas Garlick, Blessed
Short biography of the English priest and martyr. Also some information on fellow martyr Robert Ludlam. They died in 1588.
Nicholas Horner, Blessed
Short biography of the London tailor, a layman, who was hanged, drawn, and quartered in 1590 for assisting a Catholic priest.
Nicholas I, Pope Saint
Biography of this pope, d. 867, who upheld the authority of the papacy and the inviolability of marriage.
Nicholas II, Pope
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas III, Pope
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas IV, Pope
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas Justiniani, Blessed
Benedictine monk, dispensed from his vows, never formally beatified.
Nicholas of Cusa
Lengthy article on the life and writings of the fifteenth-century canon lawyer, diplomat, and philosopher.
Nicholas of Flüe, Saint
Soldier, husband and father, became a hermit and was known as Brother Klaus.
Nicholas of Gorran
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas of Lyra
Exegete, author of postillae, insisted that the literal sense of Scripture is the foundation for any spiritual interpretation.
Nicholas of Myra, Saint
Fourth-century bishop in Asia Minor. Also called St. Nicholas of Bari because his relics were translated there in the eleventh century.
Nicholas of Osimo
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas of Strasburg
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholas of Tolentino, Saint
Augustinian hermit, d. 1306.
Nicholas Owen, Saint
A Jesuit lay brother, skilled in building hiding places for priests. He died under torture in 1606.
Nicholas Pieck, Saint
Franciscan, studied at Louvain, was ordained a priest. He was martyred in 1572.
Nicholas Postgate, Blessed
Brief profile of the English priest and martyr, who died at York in 1679.
Nicholas V, Pope
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicholson, Francis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicodemus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolai, Jean
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolaites
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolas, Armella
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolas, Auguste
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolaus Germanus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolaus Steno, Blessed
Or Niels Steensen. Danish anatomist and geologist who converted to Catholicism. Was made a bishop. He died in 1686.
Nicole, Pierre
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolet
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicolo de' Tudeschi
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicomedes, Saint
Roman martyr venerated since at least the fifth century.
Nicomedia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicopolis (Armenia Prima)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicopolis (Bulgaria)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicopolis (Epirus)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicosia (City in Sicily)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nicotera and Tropea
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nider, John
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nieremberg y Otin, Juan Eusebio
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Niessenberger, Hans
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Niger, Peter George
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nigeria, Upper and Lower
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nihilism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nihus, Barthold
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nikolaus von Dinkelsbühl
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nikon
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nilles, Nikolaus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nilopolis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nilus the Younger, Saint
Calabrian monk, hermit, founder, d. 1005.
Nilus, Saint
Fifth-century monk at Mount Sinai.
Nimbus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nimes
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Ninian, Saint
British by birth, St. Ninian evangelized the southern Picts in Scotland.
Nirschl, Joseph
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nisibis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nithard
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Noah
A study of this Old Testament figure.
Noailles, Louis-Antoine de
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nobili, Robert de'
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Noble, Daniel
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nocera dei Pagani
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nocturns
The convoluted history of this nighttime prayer.
Noel Chabanel, Saint
Biographical profile of the Jesuit missionary and martyr.
Nogaret, Guillaume de
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nola
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nola, Giovanni Marliano da
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nollet, Jean-Antoine
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nominalism, Realism, Conceptualism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nomination
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nomocanon
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Non Expedit
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Non-Jurors
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nonantola
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nonconformists
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
None
Essay on the daytime canonical hour recited in mid-afternoon.
Nonnotte, Claude-Adrien
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nonnus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norbert, Saint
Biography of the founder of the Premonstratensians.
Norcia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norfolk, Catholic Dukes of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Noris, Henry
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Normandy
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norris, Sylvester
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
North Carolina
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
North Dakota
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Northampton
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Northcote, James Spencer
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Northern Territory
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Northmen (Vikings)
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norton, Christopher
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norway
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Norwich, Ancient Diocese of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notaries
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notburga, Saint
Cook noted for generosity in feeding the poor.
Nothomb, Jean-Baptiste
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notitia Dignitatum
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notitiae Episcopatuum
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notker
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Noto
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notoriety, Notorious
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notre Dame, School Sisters of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notre Dame, University of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Notre-Dame de Namur, Institute of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nottingham, Diocese of
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nourrisson, Jean-Felix
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nova Scotia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Novara
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Novatian and Novatianism
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Novatus, Saint
Son of St. Pudens and brother of SS. Praxedes and Pudentia.
Novena
Article on the different kinds of novenas and their place in the spiritual life of the Church.
Novice
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nubia
A detailed history of Nubia, with emphasis on the religious aspects (primarily Christian and Catholic) of its culture.
Nueva Cáceres
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nueva Pamplona
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nueva Segovia
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nugent, Francis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nugent, James
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Numbers, Use of, in the Church
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Numismatics
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nunc Dimittis
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nuncio
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nunez, Pedro
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nuns
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nuremberg
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nusco
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nussbaum, Johannn Nepomuk von
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nuyens, Wilhelmus
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nyassa
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
Nyssa
(Catholic Encyclopedia)
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