Definition of Latin Church in English:

Latin Church

Syllabification: Lat·in Church
The Christian Church that originated in the Western Roman Empire, giving allegiance to the pope of Rome, and historically using Latin for the liturgy; the Roman Catholic Church as distinguished from Orthodox and Uniate Churches.

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