- n. Plural form of allocution.
“It must also be kept in mind that John Paul II wrote many, many other documents or gave many other talks or allocutions -- this is only a look at his encyclicals and how many times he quoted or cited Church councils.”
“Speaking of which, please do have a look at another academic blog that is full of allocutions, in some of them in Jacobean language, withal :”
“The first fault of these persons consists precisely in their failure to accept fully the arma veritatis and the teachings which the Roman Pontiffs during the past century, and particularly the reigning Pontiff Pius XII, have given to Catholics on this subject in encyclical letters, allocutions, and instructions of various kinds.”
“Of yore, when he was a great pedestrian and no enemy to good claret, he may have pointed with these minute guns his allocutions to the bench.”
“According to Father Montfaucon, the patriarchs of Constantinople, under the Greek Empire, were accustomed to sign their allocutions with tubular pens of silver, similar in shape to the reed pens which are still used by Oriental nations.”
“The question is not so much whether such allocutions are Christian -- which they possibly may be in Mr. Arnold's clearer aether -- as whether they are adapted to his purpose of winning.”
“Scholarly and pious persons, worthy of all respect, favor us with allocutions upon the sadness of the antagonism of science to their mediaeval way of thinking, which betray an ignorance of the first principles of scientific investigation, an incapacity for understanding what a man of science means by veracity, and an unconsciousness of the weight of established scientific truths, which is almost comical.”
“Discours sur la question sociale" (Mechlin, 1894); "Choix de conférences, discours et allocutions" (Mechlin, 1906).”
“He entered minutely into the details of every measure which came before him, and with his own hand prepared the numerous allocutions, Briefs, and constitutions afterwards collected and published.”
“Such allocutions are afterwards given to the public in order that the world at large may know the mind of the pope on these matters.”
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