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  • n. Plural form of Celestinian.


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  • The fact is that Ubertino and Clarenus managed to obtain permission to leave the order, and the former was received by the Benedictines, the latter by the Celestinians.

    The Name of the Rose

  • When there had been read in the holy synod what had been done touching the deposition of the irreligious Pelagians and Celestinians, of Celestius,

    A Source Book for Ancient Church History


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