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Catholicism is the branch of Christianity which has remained loyal to the Pope in the face of a number of major historical schisms, including Protestantism (started by Martin Luther) and Anglicanism.
Catholicism is officially (and by definition) governed by the Catholic Church.
Episcopalianism is probably the nearest thing to a non-Papal Catholicism: it shares many of the same rituals and items of doctrine but is independent of the Catholic Church.
- The Catholic League (US): a non-profit organization which advocates for "the right of Catholics... to participate in American public life without defamation or discrimination."
- The Confraternity of Catholic Clergy: an association of Catholic priests and deacons in the United States which advocates specific political positions
- 2009-10-19 The Catholic church is a force for good in the world: the answer was overwhelmingly "no"
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- AllAboutReligion: Roman Catholic Church Catholic Priests
- Catholic Encyclopedia "proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Catholic interests, action and doctrine"