He then proceeded to the chapel of the sodality which was crowded with bishops and most of the notables then in the city.
An' Mis' Sykes, she's just crazy to get a-hold o' you an' your house for the sodality.
Pirkheimer and the monk Chelidonius also belonged to this sodality.
Why should not a sodality be established in every considerable parish?
With Harriet's arrival, she became aware of the Aldrich family as a sodality—something she didn't belong to and never could.
The literary and scientific "academies" were recruited only from the sodality.
John Aubrey (writing in 1659) says: “We now use the word clubbe for a sodality in a tavern.”
The sodality of the Children of Mary was organized in 1862 and has about 250 members.
“The London Corresponding Society” had a more ancient origin than that sodality was aware.
April 25th, sang for the sodality in the afternoon (Sisters of Mercy).
"companionship, fellowship, association with others," c.1600, from Middle French sodalité or directly from Latin sodalitatem (nominative sodalitas) "companionship, a brotherhood, association, fellowship," from sodalis "companion," perhaps literally "one's own, relative," related to suescere "to accustom," from PIE *swedh-, extended form of root *s(w)e-, pronoun of the third person and reflective (see idiom). Especially of religious guilds in the Catholic Church.