Origin of neo-Catholic
OTHER WORDS FROM neo-Catholicne·o-Ca·thol·i·cism [nee-oh-kuh-thol-uh-siz-uh m] /ˌni oʊ kəˈθɒl əˌsɪz əm/, noun
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The adherents of the Neo-Catholic school were and remained closely attached to the old royal family.
When the Neo-Catholic authors embark on any subject connected with natural science, they at once become extremely comic.
These three dangerous and immoral institutions of the neo-Catholic church are foreign to original Christianity.Major Prophets of To-Day|Edwin E. Slosson
A dream of this sort, even if less melodramatic than Nietzsche's, has visited the mind of many a neo-Catholic or neo-pagan.Winds Of Doctrine|George Santayana
The neo-Catholic has translated it thus: An hour later, Litvinof was in his room.Letters to an Unknown|Prosper Mrime