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- adv. In a schismatic way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a schismatic manner; by a schismatic separation from a church; by schism.
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- adv. in a manner that is schismatic
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For a non-schismatically minded Orthodox layman is as much a prisoner of his clergy as many of us Latins are of our own more or less heretically minded clergy.
Ecclesiastical politicians have been circulating rumors for months that the Vatican and the schismatically traditionalist Society of St. Pius X are moving toward reconciliation.
Turning from the text of the Cambridge Platform to its application, we find among the earliest churches "rent by discord," schismatically corrupt, and to be disciplined according to its provisions, that of
Those who gravely counsel the fishes to abide peacefully within the net, and not to leap out pharisaically and schismatically because foul fish abound within the same enclosure, certainly show themselves incapable of appreciating the analogies of nature, whatever may be their familiarity with ecclesiastical affairs.
Though schismatically eonsecrated, Alexander Devereux was rehabilitated under Queen Mary as Bishop of Ferns, and died at
Nicholas Shaxton was schismatically intruded into the see.
Though the See of Chester, schismatically created by Henry VIII in 1541, was recognized by the Holy See only for the short space of Queen Mary's reign, the city had in earlier times possessed a bishop and a cathedral, though only intermittently.
Christianity has grown up in quite a different spirit, to such a point that it has risen in rebellion and schismatically turned against the mother-city.
Synod judged on the first and second charges, that the election of the elders after the rising of the commission (held at Mount Bethel) was irregular; and that Mr. Balch is highly censurable for ordaining them so disorderly and schismatically; and that he was imprudent in preaching in the house to but a part of the congregation.
Their calling such as have schismatically deserted its communion, true protestants.