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Just for your information: There is no such thing as the Roman Catholic Church. That is a term developed by the Protestant Church of England meant to denigrate the Catholic Church. There is just the Catholic Church and all those other non-Catholic religions.

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Yes, Saint Catherine of Siena was declared a Doctor of the Roman Catholic Church by Pope Paul VI in 1970. She is one of the only four women to receive this title.

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