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Can you name the religious words, terms or people that begin with 'P'?

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A place associated with eternal happiness, harmony and peace, such as the Garden of Eden in Abrahamic religions.
God of the sea in ancient Greek religion and mythology.
A group of all the gods and/or goddesses worshiped by followers of a single religion or by a single culture.
The five _______ of Islam
A word for 'father' in many Romance languages, sometimes used to refer to a member of the Christian clergy.
A term used by Christians to denote the final period in the life of Jesus covering his visit to Jerusalem and leading to his execution. From the Greek word meaning 'to suffer'.
The act of attempting to verbally communicate with the supernatural.
A term used to refer to a group of early Hebrew leaders, and as a title by the leaders of various Eastern Orthodox churches. From the Greek word meaning 'head of a family'.
One of the twelve disciples of Jesus, regarded as the first Pope by the Roman Catholic Church.
A sacrament in which sins are forgiven by a priest, used by Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Anglican denominations.
A religious building in the form of a multistory tower, originating in the Far East and most commonly used as a memorial or shrine by Buddhists.
Belief in the existence of more than one deity.
A five pointed star used by Wiccans and other neopagans as a religious symbol.
Either a Christian holy day celebrated 49 days after Easter Sunday; or a Jewish festival observed 50 days after Passover. From the Greek word meaning the 50th day.
According to Catholic Church doctrine, this is an intermediate state after physical death in which those destined for heaven undergo purification through punishment.
A journey or search of moral or spiritual significance, typically a journey to a shrine or other location of importance to a person's beliefs and faith.
The doctrine that all events have been willed by God, leading to salvation of some but not others, based mainly on John Calvin's teachings.
A person authorised to perform the sacred rituals of a religion.
A collective term denoting numerous Christian denominations that trace their history back to the Reformation, and the split with the Roman Catholic Church.
Someone who claims to speak for the divine, usually on matters of ethics and morality; or claims to be able to predict future events.
A high ranking Christian ecclesiastic, typically a cardinal, bishop, or abbot.
A broad group of indigenous and historical polytheistic religious traditions.
A prayer ritual performed in Hinduism and other eastern religions to host, honour and worship one or more deities, or to spiritually celebrate an event.

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