William Addis and Thomas Arnold’s A Catholic Dictionary contains definitions and accounts of the doctrine, discipline, rites, ceremonies, councils, and religious orders of the Catholic Church.
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William E. Addis (1844–1917) was elected a fellow in mental and moral philosophy at Royal University of Ireland. He was the author of numerous works, including Anglicanism and the Fathers and Anglican Misrepresentation.
Thomas Arnold (1823–1900) was a lecturer in literature at Dublin University, and then was professor of English language and literature at University College of St. Stephen’s Green. He authored a widely used school textbook, A Manual of English Literature, and the autobiography, Passages of a Wandering Life.