He attempted the suppression of the cordeliers; was an active pontiff, and respected for his frugality, prudence and sanctity.
It was made into a church, which at present is served by the cordeliers.
Jacobins and cordeliers no longer strove to gain her support.
Oliver Maillard, a French divine of the order of cordeliers, died.
It was necessary to pass before the convent of the cordeliers, who, rejoicing and expectant, had assembled before the gate.
It was in the Church of the cordeliers that this miracle occurred.
The Jacobins, like the cordeliers, and the Feuillants, had appropriated the premises and taken the name of the dispossessed monks.
Then, 'Out upon the petitioners, the Jacobins and the cordeliers!'
His body is interred at the cordeliers, and his heart deposited at the Ave-Maria.
Though still a young man, Desmoulins was an influential member of the Club of the cordeliers.