Definition of Catholicizing

1. Verb. (present participle of Catholicize) ¹



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Definition of Catholicizing

1. catholicize [v] - See also: catholicize

Lexicographical Neighbors of Catholicizing

cathodoluminescences
cathodoluminescent
cathole
catholes
catholical
catholically
catholicate
catholicates
catholicise
catholicism
catholicities
catholicity
catholicize
catholicized
catholicizes
catholicizing (current term)
catholickly
catholicly
catholicness
catholicoi
catholicon
catholicons
catholicos
catholicoses
catholics
catholiquely
catholysis
cathood
cathoods
cathouse

Literary usage of Catholicizing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Thoughts on the Present Position of Protestantism by Adolf von Harnack (1899)
"They may be described in one word as the progressive catholicizing of the ... They will make clear in what sense the word catholicizing is to be here ..."

2. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1884)
"To oppose to it the catholicizing party is* only to call in the Saxons to expel the ... for the catholicizing party need only the courage to be consistent, ..."

3. The Freedom of Authority: Essays in Apologetics by James Macbride Sterrett (1905)
"The following are the danger signals that alarm him.2 They are signals "of the progressive catholicizing (Romanizing) of the Protestant Churches" in Germany ..."

4. The New Era (1873)
"... or catholicizing process. Such, however, iä not the case. We have before us the condition of society, as it is and ever has been in Roman Catholic ..."

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