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  • v. Present participle of Catholicise.


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  • And he could be no less firm about aspects of liturgy of which he disapproved: his theology was never angular or sectarian (remember his generous support of the liturgical experiments of his successor as Dean of Clare, John Robinson), but there was a clear, eirenic but firm foundation in Protestant principle that made him very uneasy with what he regarded as the drip-feed of some sorts of Catholicising devotion into Anglican practice.

    Sermon for the Life and Work of the Revd Prof CFD Moule

  • It seems that James II., in his policy of Catholicising the country, ordered both

    Pioneers of Science

  • It is this -- that we are thoroughly convinced that it would be the surest way of de-Catholicising Ireland.

    Home Rule Second Edition

  • His Protestantising tendencies might, I think, have been more accurately described as non-Catholicising.

    What I Remember

  • Puritanism, -- Puritanism's great superiority over all products, like ritualism, of our Catholicising [253] tendencies, -- and also an idea rich in the latent seeds of intellectual promise.

    Culture and Anarchy


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