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chrēsis (χρήσις)

use, function

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chrēstotēs (χρηστότης)

goodness, kindness; esp. of God

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Christiani sunt in ecclesia

Christians are in the church

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Christotokos (χριστότοκος)

Bearer of Christ; viz., The Virgin Mary

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Christus

Christ; anointed one

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Christus quidem fuit legis doctor, sed non legislator

Christ was indeed the teacher of the law, but not the legislator

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circumincessio

circumincession, coinherence (of persons in Trinity)

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circumscriptivus

circumscriptive; capable of being described or judged by physical circumscription

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cives

citizens

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civis

citizen

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civitas

commonwealth, body politic

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clementia

clemency, mildness

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clementia Dei

clemency of God

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coelum beatorum

heaven or paradise of the blessed

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coelum Dei maiestaticum

the heaven, or height, of divine majesty

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coena Domini

the Lord's Supper

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coena sacra

the holy supper (i.e. Lord's Supper)

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coessentialitas

coessentiality

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coetus electorum

the assembly of the elect

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coetus fidelium

the assembly of the faithful

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coetus vocatorum

assembly of the called; i.e., the church

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cognitio

knowledge in the most general sense of the word

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cognitio abstractiva

abstract or abstractive knowledge

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cognitio certa

certain knowledge or cognition

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cognitio Dei abstractiva

abstract or abstractive knowledge of God

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cognitio Dei intuitiva

intuitive knowledge of God

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cognitio Dei naturalis

natural knowledge of God

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cognitio innata

innate knowledge

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cognitio insita

ingrafted or implanted knowledge

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cognitio intuitiva

intuitive knowledge

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cognoscendum

thing known; object of knowing

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communicare Christo

to have communion with or join with Christ

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communicatio actionum inter se

communication of activity between themselves (i.e., Christ's two natures)

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communicatio apotelesmatum

the communication of apotelesmata or mediatorial operations

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communicatio apotelesmatum

communication of mediatorial operations in and for the sake of the work of salvation

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communicatio corporis

the communication of the body; i.e., the body of Christ

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communicatio gratiarum

communication of graces

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communicatio idiomatum/proprietatum

communication of proper qualities

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communicatio operationum

communication of operations

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communio

communion, community

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communio corporis

communion of the body; i.e., of Christ

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communio fidelium

communion of the faithful

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communio naturarum

communion of natures

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communio sanctorum

communion of saints

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communio sanguinis

communion of the blood; i.e., of Christ

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complacentia rationalis

rational complacency, i.e., the condition of fallen man, pleased with himself and his activities.

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conceptio miraculosa

miraculous conception

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concretum

a concretion; i.e., a concrete existent as opposed to an abstraction

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concupiscentia

concupiscence; profound desire, particularly in a wrongful sense

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concursus, concursus generalis

concurrence, general concurrence

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condescentio

condescension

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conditio sine qua non

the condition without which not; viz., the necessary condition for something

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confessio

confession, the admission or self-accusation of sin

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confirmatio

confirmation

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confirmatio foederis

confirmation of the covenant

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conformitas voluntatis

conformity of will

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confusio naturarum

confusion of natures

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congregatio sanctorum

congregation of the saints

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conscientia

conscience

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consecratio

consecration

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consensu gentium

from the consent of mankind

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consensus ecclesiae catholicae

consensus of the church catholic

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consensus mutuus

mutual consent

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consensus patrum

consensus of the fathers

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consensus quinquesaecularis

consensus of the first five centuries

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conservatio

conservation, preservation

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conservatio mundi

conservation of the world

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consilia evangelica

evangelical counsels

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consilium Dei

counsel of God; in effect, the decision of God

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consilium voluntatis Dei

the counsel of the will of God, the decision of the divine will