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Definition of Papistical

Papistical
Papistic Pa*pis"tic, Papistical Pa*pis"tic*al, a. [Cf. F. papistique.] Of or pertaining to the Church of Rome and its doctrines and ceremonies; pertaining to popery; popish; -- used disparagingly. ``The old papistic worship.' --T. Warton. -- Pa*pis"tic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Papistical from wikipedia

- The words Popery (adjective Popish) and Papism (adjective Papist) are archaic pejorative words in the English language for Roman Catholicism, historically...
- Papists Act may refer to any of the following Acts of Parliament: Papists Act 1688 Papists Act 1715 Papists Act 1716 Papists Act 1722 Papists Act 1732...
- (often derogatorily referred to in Anglophone Protestant countries as "papists" or "Romanists"). Historian John Wolffe identifies four types of anti-Catholicism:...
- The Papists Act 1688 (1 Will. & Mar., c. 9) was an Act of Parliament p****ed by the Parliament of England during the Glorious Revolution. Its full title...
- See or Church of Rome, or should profess the popish religion, or marry a papist, should be excluded." The Act of Settlement continues, providing "that all...
- Mappe of Rome in 1612, Thomas Taylor spoke of the "generality of his [a papist's] cruelty", which had been "almost without bounds". Such messages were...
- The Papists Act 1740 (14 Geo. 2, c. 21) was an Act of Parliament p****ed by the Parliament of Great Britain during the reign of George II. Its long title...
- The National Archives, ISBN 978-1-903365-43-4. McGrath, Patrick (1967), Papists and Puritans under Elizabeth I, London: Blandford Press. Neale, J. E. (1954)...
- of England that year) as "a heretic", who intended "to have all of the Papist sect driven out of England." He denounced Scotland, and the King's favourites...
- with the safety and welfare of this Protestant kingdom to be governed by a papist prince". The Bishop of London, Henry Compton (one of the "Immortal Seven")...
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