Noun(1) a Roman Catholic who advocates ultramontanism (supreme papal authority in matters of faith and discipline
Adjective(1) of or relating to ultramontanism(2) on or relating to or characteristic of the region or peoples beyond the Alps from Italy (or north of the Alps(3) on the Italian or Roman side of the Alps
(1) Henry Manning, who progressed from convert to ultramontane cardinal, encouraged Pius IX to consolidate authority and claim infallibility when pronouncing ex cathedra.(2) Even the terrible wounds inflicted after 1789 were beneficial in the long run, for the Church that emerged was much more populist, much more ultramontane , and generally better equipped to survive in a more pluralist world.(3) These opinions were in opposition to the ideas which were called ultramontane .(4) Manifestly, it was going to be anathema to an ultramontane like him, who had seen over the previous five years the government install what he saw as a deplorable new godless and materialist proletarian state.(5) Any priest who thinks he can dictate the political choices of his parishioners is living an ultramontane fantasy.(6) The promulgation of the infallibility of the Pontiff and the universality of his episcopate reinforced this ultramontane dogma at the First Vatican Council.(7) The new immigrants and these ultramontane clerics who came to serve them overwhelmed the small, relatively Americanized Catholic Church they found here.(8) Shatili is the best protected from ultramontane Khevsrian monuments.(9) You know what the categories are - ultramontane , gallican, liberal, integriste, laicite, anticlerical, etc. - they were virtually invented here, and they never change.(10) The mid-nineteenth century witnessed a ‘Catholic revival’ in Europe, with both ultramontane and liberal wings.(11) The sun fell blinding white on the snowfields, and the dancing breeze swept ice crystals down from ultramontane glaciers.(12) Weigel's ultramontane effusions about John Paul II are warmly endorsed.(13) To do this, he needed to single out the Catholics as being guilty of separatism and ultramontanism .(14) The support for Mary, a universal saint, may sometimes have been at the expense of local cults, making Marian devotions a central element in the progress of ultramontanism .(15) Brian Clark outlines the underlying similarities between ultramontanism and evangelicalism.(16) The third section shifts from liberalism to socialism, and from a study of the rise of Ultramontanism to that of Ultramontanism in practice.
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