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Just a few priests ordained in the Roman Catholic Church have joined the schismatic cause.
Believing as I do that parties are essential, and that schismatic movements are futile, I make a point of not attacking them.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Is there any Church in Christendom with such a polemical history or at the present moment so hopelessly and bitterly schismatic?
It was made treason to call the Queen heretic or schismatic, or to deny her right to the throne.
Captain James would never be sufficiently with a schismatic to be employed by that man Brooke in distributing his charities.
MY LADY LUDLOWELIZABETH GASKELL
In the course of his speech he spoke of the king as a "heretic and schismatic."
JOAN OF ARCLAURA E. RICHARDS
In 1511 he attended the schismatic council of Pisa as a theologian.
The Confederate church was called a schismatic body, and its actions considered as illegal.
Can it be you, my own you past putting away, you are a schismatic and frequenter of Independent Dissenting Chapels?
So were the Luterani, bella Benedetta, to their chief schismatic and leader, the German monk himself.
THE WING-AND-WINGJ. FENIMORE COOPER

WORDS RELATED TO SCHISMATIC

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