non-catholic non-catholic


  • (n) a religious person who is not a Catholic



  1. "He felt he needed to console me," Bielema said. "I'm the only non-Catholic head coach that has a priest that's worried about me."
    on Oct 23, 2008 By: Bret Bielema Source: Chicago Tribune

  2. Donohue said, "No non-Catholic would ever treat a bishop this way. But too many liberal Catholics, especially Irish Catholics, think they are exempt from the same standards of civility that apply to others."
    on Nov 24, 2009 By: Bill Donohue Source: Providence Journal

  3. "The secular press and a good many non-Catholic church leaders expressed outrage and offense at the Pope's comments -- assuming that such teachings were simply out of place in the modern world," Mohler wrote on the Washington Post/Newsweek...
    on Apr 16, 2008 By: Albert Mohler Source: BP News

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