excommunication

[ eks-kuh-myoo-ni-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF excommunication

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Will the Ultramontanes admit the nullity of the excommunication?

We cannot maintain that all those who die in a state of excommunication, are incorruptible.

The dead man replied that it was because he had died in a state of excommunication.

He has placed your city of Coimbra under a ban of excommunication.

They settled down in the valley of Honnef, and no excommunication has driven them from there.

So, on the 11th of July, the sentence of the greater (p. 303) excommunication was drawn up.

They brought the spreading Plague and the Excommunication of Savonarola.

He threatened the King with excommunication, and of course that frightened him.

The Bishop of Beauvais then pronounced her sentence of excommunication.

We have presumed to separate men from the love of God by excommunication.

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