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Quadragesima
Denotes a season of preparation by fasting and prayer, to imitate the example of Christ.
Quadratus
Second-century Christian apologist.
Quality
Various definitions of quality and its forms or divisions.
Quam singulari
1910 decree of the Sacred Congregation of the Sacraments on the age at which children are to be admitted to first Communion.
Quamichan Indians
Small tribe attached to Cowachan agency, at the southeast end of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Quantity
Interpretations of quantity as either a physical or theoretical abstraction.
Quapaw Indians
An early tribe from the lower Mississippi region.
Quarantines
A strict ecclesiastical penance of forty days.
Quaresmius, Franciscus
Seventeenth-century writer and Orientalist. (1583-1650)
Quebec, Archdiocese of
Comprises thirteen counties in Canada.
Quebec, The Province of
Gives a brief history of this Canadian province and talks about Quebec at the beginning of the twentieth century. Article originally published in 1911.
Queen's Daughters
American religious and charitable society, organized to supplement the work done by the members of the Conference of St. Vincent de Paul.
Quelen, Hyacinthe-Louis De
Archbishop of Paris. (1778-1839)
Quem terra, pontus, sidera
Ancient hymn in honour of the Blessed Virgin.
Quercia, Jacopo Della
Italian sculptor. (1374-1438)
Querétaro, Diocese of
Located in Mexico; suffragan of Michoacan.
Quesnel, Pasquier
French writer. (1634-1719)
Quevedo, Juan de
Spanish Franciscan. (b. 1519)
Quiche
Principal aboriginal tribe of Guatemala.
Quichua Indians
Peruvian and Ecuadoran tribe.
Quicumque Christum Quærtis
Opening line of the twelfth and last poem in the "Cathemerinon" of Prudentius.
Quierzy, Councils of
Series of five councils held in a French village between 838 and 858.
Quiet, Prayer of
A degree of contemplation in which the soul experiences an extraordinary peace and rest.
Quietism
Doctrine which declares that man's highest perfection consists in a sort of psychical self-annihilation and a consequent absorption of the soul into the Divine Essence even during the present life.
Quilon, Diocese of
Indian diocese, suffragan of Verapoly.
Quimper, Diocese of
French diocese, including the Department of Finistère.
Quin, Michael Joseph
Irish journalist. (1796-1843)
Quinctianus, Saints
Several saints named Quinctianus appear in martyrologies, but almost nothing is known about most of them.
Quinquagesima
The period of fifty days before Easter.
Quintana, Agustín
Missionary and Indian philologist. (d. 1784)
Quiricus and Julitta, Saints
Martyrs in the Diocletian persecution.
Quirini, Angelo Maria
Cardinal and scholar. (1680-1755)
Quirinus, Saints
Article discusses several saints of this name.
Quito, Archdiocese of
Comprises two dioceses and four sees in Ecuador.
Quiñones, Francis
Spanish Cardinal. (1482-1540)
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