Definition of Papalism

1. the papal system [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Papalism

papagoite
papahood
papaia
papain
papains
papal
papal bull
papal bulls
papal cross
papal infallibility
papal nuncio
papal supremacy
papalise
papalised
papalises
papalism (current term)
papalisms
papalist
papalists
papalities
papality
papalize
papalized
papalizes
papalizing
papally
papalties
papalty
papaphilia
papaphobia

Literary usage of Papalism

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1. Waymarks in Church History by William Bright (1894)
"papalism AND ANTIQUITY. ALL members of that imperial Church which, in claiming to be the One Church Catholic and Apostolic, is careful to add the ..."

2. Syllabus of Lectures on European History by Andrew Stephenson (1897)
"PART III papalism OR THE THEOCRATIC ATTEMPT AT CIVILIZATION 7.V ELEVEN LECTURES GENERAL AUTHORITIES Y\ Mum.!-. History of the Renaissance in ..."

3. French Literature of the Great War by Albert Schinz (1920)
"The first of these doctrines may be termed "papalism," by which we mean Neo- ... papalism is a pre-war doctrine. It was first taught (together with violent ..."

4. The Study of Religion in the Italian Universities by Louis Henry Jordan, Baldassare Labanca (1909)
"If, as invariably happens, Indifferentism should fail to bring us any blessing, papalism is preparing for us (and will most certainly bring us) not a little ..."

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