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BCP is not in EEBO yet.  I have seen Catholike a bit earlier.
Tom Izbicki

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medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and
culture

Thomas Izbicki wrote:
>
> I found it in the Oxford English Dictionary in an entry dated 1613
with
> that spelling.  There are 5 earlier examples in Early English Books
> Online:
>

I'm sure we can do better than that.  It occurs, of course, in the Book
of
Common Prayer of 1549 (as 'Catholike' and 'Catholyke fayth'), and must
have
been in Cranmer's English Order of Communion of 1548.

John Briggs

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