This is the dominion of the idea; in other words, it is clericalism.
This is the meaning of M. Gambetta's war-cry 'clericalism is the enemy.'
He was a clergyman untouched by clericalism, a courtier unspoiled by courts.
The repression of clericalism was only a part of the scheme for a legalised Despotism.
Is it "clericalism" which manufactures dynamite and blows up houses?
The book was intended to draw the fire of the enemy, clericalism, and it did.
Society was saturated with clericalism, and a taint of heterodoxy was more dangerous than one of disloyalty.
clericalism claimed its bond from the monarchy which it had helped to restore.
Bogot is an archiepiscopal see, founded in 1561, and is one of the strongholds of medieval clericalism in South America.
Nor did he need Paul Bert to tell him, after the terrible struggle of 1877, that clericalism was the enemy.