popedom

[ pohp-duh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF popedom
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He'll not be nearer to the Popedom when the cannon are shaking the Vatican!

Surely these are not the expressions of one who was "the slave of the Popedom."

Wolsey desired to save the popedom; but the popedom resisted.

Prayer in popedom is mere tongue-threshing; not prayer but a work of obedience.

The successor of Adrian in the popedom was a native of Sienna, and a temporal monarch as well as Adrian.

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

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

In Italy, the headquarters of Popedom, where the Catholics are greatly in the majority, religious liberty is granted by law.

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

So step by step he finally became elevated to the high dignity of the popedom.

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