Fathers of the Oratory

Definition of Fathers of the Oratory

(R. C. Ch.) a society of priests founded by St. Philip Neri, living in community, and not bound by a special vow. The members are called also oratorians.

See also: Oratory

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Fateful
Fathead
fatheaded
Father
Father in God
Father longlegs
Father of lies
Father of the bar
Father of the Faithful
Father of the house
Father-God
Father-in-law
Father-lasher
Fatherhood
Fatherland
Fatherless
Fatherlessness
Fatherliness
Fatherly
Fathers of the city
-Fathers of the Oratory-
Fathership
Fathom
Fathomable
Fathomer
Fathomless
Fatidical
Fatiferous
Fatigable
Fatigate
Fatigation
Fatigue
Fatigue call
Fatigue dress
Fatigue duty
Fatigue party
Fatiloquent
Fatiloquist
Fatimite
Fatiscence
Fatling
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