concordat[ kon-kawr-dat ]SEE DEFINITION OF concordat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCORDAT
This was a rupture of the Concordat, and was so regarded by Napoleon.
Since the Concordat he nominates the dignitaries of the Church.
He was imprisoned by Franois I for refusing to recognize the concordat .
In fact, the Concordat can hardly be said to have re-endowed the Church at all.
The Revolutionists did not trouble them, and they had no part in the Concordat of 1801.
I of the Concordat, which is an organic law of the French State.
Napolon restored it to the ecclesiastical authorities at the Concordat.
Thus Consalvi was designated as he who arranged the concordat.
He is one of the chief architects and builders of the Concordat.
A few months after the ratification of the Concordat Talleyrand was secularised by the Pope.