What was the Roman Catholic Church known as?

The Catholic Church has always been known as the Catholic Church since the late first century when it is referred to as such by St. Ignatius of Antioch in one of his letters. It is known as the Roman Catholic Church only in English speaking countries, the "Roman" started as a slur in England by the Anglicans after the protestant revolt as a way of referring to the Catholic Church, it is never used by the official Catholic Church.