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- between church and state, the supporters of the Church being called ultramontanes. In Great Britain and Ireland, it was a reaction to Cisalpinism, the...
- spoke the German language, but not the other way around. The support of ultramontane Catholic politicians and clergy for this reform triggered the launch...
- Catholicism, there were substantial differences between the two. The neo-ultramontanes wanted to p**** by decree the most extreme definition of papal infallibility...
- in 1825, was opposed by large sectors of the po****tion. In 1837 the Ultramontanes backed by the Roman Catholic Church gained control of the Bavarian parliament...
- October 1872 that Bismarck's plans were backfiring by strengthening the ultramontane (pro-papal) position inside German Catholicism: "The German Bishops,...
- 'Nationes', divided between that of the Cismontanes and that of the Ultramontanes. The students "had all the power … and dominated the masters". In Europe...
- to bring together the English-speaking Protestant oligarchy and the ultramontane Catholic hierarchy of Quebec and to keep them united in a conservative...
- started the new group Ultramontane. Scythian band member Josef Crosby was not part of Ultramontane, so the press photos that Ultramontane gave NOM included...
- Nuremberg. In 1837, the Roman Catholic-supported clerical movement, the Ultramontanes, came to power in the Bavarian parliament and began a campaign of reform...
- favour of the Catholic Maronite side of the Druze–Maronite conflict. Ultramontane Catholicism, emphasizing the necessity for close links to the Pope at...
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