- adj. 天主教的；(catholic)普遍的；广泛的
- n. 天主教徒
- 包容一切的， 统括一切的，包罗万象的
- 天主教的 of the Roman Catholic Church
- [C]天主教徒 a member of the Roman Catholic Church
a member of a Catholic church
of or relating to or supporting Catholicism;
"the Catholic Church"
free from provincial prejudices or attachments;
"catholic in one's tastes"
- Anselm's theology is not Catholic faith.
- The atom bomb is of catholic concern.
- As a young person he had more catholic tastes than he does now.
- Leonardo da Vinci was a catholic genius who excelled in almost everything he did.
- He was a Catholic but didn't practise his religion.
- She was born and bred a Catholic.
- Ordinary Roman Catholic priests are not members of the regular clergy, but monks are.
- He hated the Roman Catholic Church.
- The Pope is the supreme leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
- His book was banned by the Catholic Church until 1835.
- There his weekly broadcasts were aired from the 1920s until he was silenced by the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church.
- Are they Catholic or Protestant?
- She is a devout Roman Catholic.
- There are forty-eight million Catholics in America.
The Lord Protector is noted as a man of a Catholic spirit, desirous of the unity and peace of all the servants of Christ.出自： R. Baxter
- protestant 抗议者
- Catholicism n. 天主教‖Catholicity n. 天主教;天主教教义