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  • n  a throne that is the official chair of a bishop

  • The Pope speaks ex-cathedra, and in consequence infallibly, when and only when he defines formally that a doctrine is of faith.
  • Magnificently rumpled, intensely convivial though a teetotaler, flamboyant ("He always spoke ex cathedra," says a senior editor), Bill was a vivid personality in an era when .
  • His ex-cathedra advice: Love one another.
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  • Q & A with guard Josh Brown, 2013 basketball recruit
    Basketball He may be the smallest out of the 2013 recruiting class, coming in at 5’10, but freshman guard, Josh Brown is a strong force on the court. A native of Los Angeles, California, Brown played at Cathedra...
    June 20, 2013 - The Prospector

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