Definition of Ultramontanist. Meaning of Ultramontanist. Synonyms of Ultramontanist

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Definition of Ultramontanist

Ultramontanist
Ultramontanist Ul`tra*mon"ta*nist, n. One who upholds ultramontanism.

Meaning of Ultramontanist from wikipedia

- Canadian institutions and values. For this reason they were called ultramontanists. The ultramontanes distrusted both the Protestant anglophone and francophone...
- Polish language and culture, as well as to reduce the influence of the "ultramontanist" Roman Catholic clergy in those regions. Since the Third Partition of...
- authority within the church, and some members were ****ociated with the Ultramontanist movement and the declaration of Papal Infallibility in 1870. In Switzerland...
- unsuccessful. Several authors see in Guénon a successor of the monarchist, ultramontanist Joseph de Maistre, who was a Freemason like Guénon. Even though Guénon...
- Third Republic reducing this influence, under the protests of the Ultramontanists who supported the Vatican's influence. Anti-clericalism was po****r...
- following year, in 1933. As a movement, Jeune-Canada was corporatist and ultramontanist; the group advocated for francophone rights in Canada and political...
- named for Pope Pius IX. Its political direction was conservative and ultramontanist, and its purpose to form a bridge between Catholics and the political...
- Laval and the Ho****e of the Holy Child Jesus. Bourget was a fierce ultramontanist, supporting the supreme authority of the Pope in matters both secular...
- (1813–1875) was the Catholic Bishop of Nîmes from 1855. He was strongly Ultramontanist and anti-Protestant He was an important figure in the debates on papal...
- at all. They were, indeed, regarded as imprudent by more moderate ultramontanists who won the debate at the First Vatican Council. Neo-ultramontanism...
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