Catholic Answers

Right

Designates the object of justice, a moral or legal authority to possess, claim, and use a thing as one's own.   From Volume XIII of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

Login or register to access high resolution page scans and other advanced features. Registration is free!

Right: Designates the object of justice, a moral or legal authority to possess, claim, and use a thing as one's own; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
email this page to a friend

Search Scans

Navigate Scans

    Current:
  • Right

Additional articles on this scan

John Rigby, Venerable - English martyr executed June 1600
Nicholas Rigby - Priest, b. 1800 at Walton near Preston, Lancashire; d. at Ugthorpe, September 7, 1886

Nearby Articles

Diocese of Rieti - Located in central Italy
Abbey of Rievaulx - St. Bernard of Clairvaux sent a colony of his monks, under the leadership of Abbot William, to make the desired foundation
Caspar Riffel - Historian, born at Budesheim, Bingen, Germany, Jan. 19, 1807; died at Mainz, Dec. 15, 1856
John Rigby, Venerable - English martyr executed June 1600
Nicholas Rigby - Priest, b. 1800 at Walton near Preston, Lancashire; d. at Ugthorpe, September 7, 1886
Right - Designates the object of justice, a moral or legal authority to possess, claim, and use a thing as one's own

Nearby Illustrations

Triple Portrait of Cardinal Richelieu-Philippe de Champaigne - Triple Portrait of Cardinal Richelieu-Philippe de Champaigne
Ruins of the Nave and Transept of Rievaulx Abbey - Ruins of the Nave and Transept of Rievaulx Abbey
Your usage constitutes agreement with User License :: Permissions :: Copyright © 2014, Catholic Answers.
Link to this article scan: http://oce.catholic.com/oce/browse-page-scans.php?id=d80c5a06514e7f800a2d32affafd7645
Last updated: August 14 2009.