Thesaurus / popedom
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As the representative of the popedom in England, the cardinal was the great obstacle to the Reformation.

During the whole of Innocent's Popedom he had been more or less at war with his citizens notwithstanding his success at first.

The Makers of Modern RomeMrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

During the thirteen years of his popedom, Gregory had full scope for his talents as administrator, as well as ruler.

The step might prove his ruin; but if he succeeded he was saved and the popedom with him.

During his popedom he kept a brazen head, which he regularly consulted concerning diabolical subjects.

Any other reader may find allusions to the supremacy of the popedom over these early Christian communities, if he can.

The Book-HunterJohn Hill Burton

Antipope: an opposition pope, of which there have been several examples in history; they were usurpers of the popedom.

The Popedom has always been a narrow territory, and yet the Papacy has been the great disturber of Europe for a thousand years.

Of all the kingdoms of this world, since the fall of Rome, the Popedom has been the most marked by calamity.

He governed the popedom, and had more people at his audiences than the pope.

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