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Pope
a prelate who as bishop of Rome is the head of the Roman Catholic Church
Saint(Catholic)
one officially recognized especially through canonization as preeminent for holiness
quarrel
a square-headed bolt or arrow especially for a crossbow
witch
one that is credited with usually malignant supernatural powers
witchcraft
the use of sorcery or magic
Crusader
to engage in a crusade
bishop
one having spiritual or ecclesiastical supervision: as a : an Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, or Roman Catholic clergyman ranking above a priest, having authority to ordain and confirm, and typically governing a diocese
pilgrimage
a journey of a pilgrim; especially : one to a shrine or a sacred place
cured
to restore to health, soundness, or normality
winch
a crank with a handle for giving motion to a machine (as a grindstone)
surcoat
an outer coat or cloak; specifically : a tunic worn over armor
friar
a member of one of several Roman Catholic religious orders for men in which monastic life is combined with preaching and other priestly duties
persecute
to harass in a manner designed to injure, grieve, or afflict; specifically : to cause to suffer because of belief
heretic
a dissenter from established church dogma
inquisitor
one who inquires or makes inquisition; especially : one who is unduly harsh, severe, or hostile in making an inquiry
rivalry
one or two or more trying to reach or obtain something that only one can posses; competition
elaborate
planned or carried out with great care;
descendants
proceeding from an ancestor
sermon
a religious discourse delivered in public usually by a clergyman as a part of a worship service
charge
a figure borne on a heraldic field
lance
a steel-tipped spear carried by mounted knights or light cavalry
shield
a broad piece of defensive armor carried on the arm
sword
a weapon with a long blade for cutting or thrusting that is often used as a symbol of honor or authority