Definition of Sodalists
1. sodalist [n] - See also: sodalist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodalists
Literary usage of Sodalists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The First Half Century of St. Ignatius Church and College by Joseph W. Riordan (1905)
"P. McEntyre, P. Lynch, and JF Sullivan, "to consider the advisability of holding some entertainment for the purpose of bringing the sodalists together and ..."
2. The Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs (1889)
"All the Indulgences of the Sodality, even those of the Stations of the churches of Home, which the sodalists may gain, are applicable to the faithful ..."
3. The Jesuits, 1534-1921: A History of the Society of Jesus from Its by Thomas Joseph Campbell (1921)
"While this attack on the sodalists was going on, the Jesuits of course were assailed on all sides. The fight grew fiercer every ..."
4. The Jesuits in Great Britain: An Historical Inquiry Into Their Political by Walter Walsh (1903)
"Primaria Sodality, and enjoy all the privileges and indulgences attached to it, in common with all other sodalists. A distinction, therefore, must be made ..."